How do I get Remote Request Management (RRM) to update the 'Work With Collected Entries' screen?
VigilEnt Security Agent for iSeries 7.5
VigilEnt Security Agent for iSeries PSSecure
PSSecure Remote Request Management (RRM)
Remote Request Management (RRM) Work With Collected Entries
There are no recent collected entries.
The requirements for Remote Request Management (RRM) to to update the transaction information on the 'Work With Collected Entries' screen, provided the exit programs are installed, are:
- The RRM database files must be prepared for use.
- The RRM exit points must be configured to collect transactions.
- The RRM Secured Entry (rule) to allow general access may need to be disabled.
- The RRM Collection Monitor must be active.
To prepare the RRM database files for use, run the following commands from a command entry line:
Program NW0099E sets pointers to user indexes.
Program NW0089C attaches trigger programs to files.
To configure the RRM exit points to collect transactions:
- Go to PSMENU.
- Select option 2 (PSSecure).
- Select option 3 (Remote Request Management).
- Select option 8 (Work With Exit Points).
- Press F7 (Update All).
- Specify *ALL, *UNSECURED, or *REJECTED for Collected.
- Press Enter twice to update all exit points to the specified value.
If the RRM Secured Entry (rule) that is shipped with the product to allow general access is enabled (which it is by default), and the RRM exit points are configured as Secured = *NO and Collected = *UNSECURED or *REJECTED, then the rule must be disabled. To disable the rule:
- Go to the RRM main menu.
- Select option 1 (Work With Secured Entries).
- Type 2 (=Edit) next to the rule for User *PUBLIC, Network *ALL, Operation *ALL, Action *PASS, and press Enter.
- SpecifyÂ N for Enabled Status, and press Enter.
To activate the RRM Collection Monitor using menu options:
- Go to the RRM main menu.
- Select option 30 (Manage RRM).
- Select option 5 (Start/Stop RRM Collection Monitor).
- Specify *START for 'RRM collection monitor action'.
- Press Enter to start the RRM Collection Monitor.
You should consider changing your system startup program (specified in system value QSTRUPPGM), or scheduling a job to automatically start the RRM Collection Monitor.
ToÂ start the RRM Collection Monitor via the system startup program, add the following CL commands:
ToÂ schedule a job to automatically start the RRM Collection Monitor daily at 6:00 AM using the IBM Default Job Scheduler, run the following CL command from a command entry line:
ADDJOBSCDEÂ Â JOB(PSRRMCMON) CMD(PSCOMMON/PSRRMCMONÂ ACTION(*START)) FRQ(*WEEKLY) SCDDATE(*NONE)Â SCDDAY(*MON *TUE *WED *THU *FRIÂ *SAT *SUN) SCDTIME(060000) JOBD(PSCOMMON/PSRRMJOBD) JOBQ(*LIBL/QBATCH)
The RRM Collection Monitor is job RRMCOLLECT and it runs in subsystem ZPSSMON which is in library PSCOMMON.