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IDM 4.0.2 Integration with 4tress, RACF & HASS


We are in the project assessment phase to integrate 4tress, RACF & HASS.
I've not received any driver to integrate these application with NetIQ
IDM. Any help?


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Re: IDM 4.0.2 Integration with 4tress, RACF & HASS

I do not know what 4tress or HASS are, but RACF is one of the security
modules available on an IBM mainframe and has been supported by IDM for
years, primarily with the fan-out drivers but I think there are
bidirectional drivers too.

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Re: IDM 4.0.2 Integration with 4tress, RACF & HASS

On 9/17/2014 7:52 AM, ab wrote:
> I do not know what 4tress or HASS are, but RACF is one of the security
> modules available on an IBM mainframe and has been supported by IDM for
> years, primarily with the fan-out drivers but I think there are
> bidirectional drivers too.


Actually, I do not remember a fanout mainframe driver... But the RACF
driver is nice. I have an IDM User Group session demo of the RACF
driver by one of the developers.

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