Access control list and agent configuration files - connect_cdc_sqdata - 4.1

Connect CDC (SQData) Secure communications components

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Connect CDC (SQData)
Title
Connect CDC (SQData) Secure communications components
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2024
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2000
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These two files are usually created using a text editor on Linux.

Access Control List - The acl.cfg will contain something similar to the following, with the user_name (user_id) under which the Engine will execute either assigned to a group_name or specified in the acls section.
default_acl=query

[groups]
group_name=user_name

[acls]
group_name=admin
A sample sqdagents.cfg file for a single engine running on Linux might look like the following:
acl=acl.cfg
authorized_keys=/home/sqdata/nacl.auth.keys
identity=/home/sqdata/.nacl/id_nacl
message_file=../logs/acl.log
service=2626

[DB2TOKAF]
type=engine
program=sqdata
args=--log-level=2 DB2TOKAF.prc
working_directory=c:/home/sqdata/ENGINE
auto_start=yes