Authorized key list - connect_cdc_sqdata - 4.1

Connect CDC (SQData) Secure communications components

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4.1
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English
Product name
Connect CDC (SQData)
Title
Connect CDC (SQData) Secure communications components
Topic type
How Do I
Installation
Copyright
2024
First publish date
2000
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2024-02-07
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2024-02-07T13:29:14.268926

The NACL.AUTH.KEYS file will contain a concatenated list of the Public Keys of all the Agents interacting with the Engine Controller Daemon. In this example that will only include the Apply Engine running on Linux. On Linux this is usually done by a systems administrator using a text editor.

Access control list and agent configuration files

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