Running rules - assure_mimix - 10.0

Assure MIMIX Administrator Reference

Product type
Software
Portfolio
Integrate
Product family
Assure
Product
Assure MIMIX™ Software
Version
10.0
Language
English
Product name
Assure MIMIX
Title
Assure MIMIX Administrator Reference
Copyright
2023
First publish date
1999
ft:lastEdition
2024-05-07
ft:lastPublication
2024-05-07T13:36:02.962500

This procedure outlines the steps required to run a rule.

Typically, this procedure should be performed from the system and installation where you wan the rule to run. Do the following:

  1. On a command line, type RUNRULE and press F4 (Prompt). The Run Rule (RUNRULE) display appears.

  2. At the Rule name prompt, specify the rule names for the rules you want to run. You can specify up to 100 rules to run from the command.

  3. At the Data group definition prompt, specify the value you want. The default is *NONE, but you can specify that rules be run against an individual data group or all data groups.

  4. Optionally at the Override audit policies prompt, specify the value of *ALL to override auditing policies for this run of the specified audits.

    The *ALL value allows the specified audit rules to run whether auditing is enabled or disabled (AUDRUN policy) and with values that override any applicable auditing options policies (FILDTAOPT, IFSAUDOPT, and DLOAUDOPT). The audits will run using the highest possible auditing option value for the applicable policy.

  5. Press F10 for additional parameters.

  6. At the Notification severity prompt, specify the severity level to assign to the notification that is sent if the rule ends in error. This value overrides values specified in policies or in the rule itself.

    For a MIMIX rule, the default value *DFT is the same as the value *POLICY, where the Notification severity policy in effect determines the severity of the notification. For a user rule, *DFT is the same as the value *RULE, where the rule determines the severity of the notification.

  7. At the Notification on success prompt, specify whether you want the rule to generate a notification when the specified rule ends successfully. This value overrides values specified in policies or in the rule itself.

    For a MIMIX rule, the default value *DFT is the same as *POLICY, where the Audit notify on success policy in effect determines whether a notification is sent. If the policy is set for both the installation and for the data group, the data group value is used. For a user rule, *DFT is the same as the value *RULE, where the value specified in the rule determines whether a notification is sent.

  8. At the Use run rule on system policy prompt, specify whether the rule should use the policy in effect when run.This value is only used when a data group is selected. The default value *NO will run the rule on the local system.

  9. At the Job description and Library prompts, specify the name and library of the job description used to submit the batch request. The default value, MXAUDIT, submits the request using the default job description, MXAUDIT.

  10. To run the rule, press Enter.