Generating the service log automatically I have a query to generate the service tools security log. I know I can...
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use an option in Work with Service Tools Security Data menu to get it, but it requires me to log in DST mode every time. Can I get the same information from another source and automate it by writing CL program? Unfortunately, IBM has not provided an interface to allow to you get this information programmatically. You must go through DST or SST to access this information.
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