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Allow RACF surrogate authority to be used in the configureDb.sh script to define the DB2 database for a DWC running on z/OS
As discussed in case TS012239863, when defining a DB2 for z/OS database it is not necessary to run the SQL (whether it is run as batch job, as a BPXBATCH invocation of a script, or directly as a script under OMVS) under the userid that has SYSADM authority to the DB2,as the job/script can be run via a surrogate user who is allowed to act as the SYSADM, without having to provide the password for the SYSADM user. This is a requirement for z/OS as the person installing the DWC may not be allowed to have the SYSADM password but has surrogate authority (via RACF) to use this. Currently in the properties file used by the configureDb.sh script both the userid and password of the DB2 SYSADM user must be specified (as DB_ADMIN_USER and DB_ADMIN_USER_PASSWORD) but the DB_ADMIN_USER_PASSWORD should be optional, so that if the script is going to be run with RACF surrogate authority the script will just allow DB2 to make all the necessary definitions. This works fine for the EQQINDWC sample definition job (provided by z Workload Scheduler in the SEQQSAMP dataset) and a z/OS installation of the DWC requires that EQQINDWC be run prior to the configureDb.sh script.
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