Attempted to use the IBM Z Decision Support software (Tivoli Decision Support for z/OS) to generate a report of all FTP client connections and their security attributes. While these fields exist in the SMF119 Type 3 records, they are not collected or defined in the DB2 TCP_FTP_CLIENT_* tables.
How should it work?
APAR PH10194/PH09654 added support for additional SMF119 Type 70 fields to be collected for the same security attributes we need. They were added to the DB2 TCP_FTP_SERVER_* tables.
We would like this to be replicated for the TCP_FTP_CLIENT_* tables.
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