Implementing

Learn how to install and configure the product.
cdat
Datacom/AD
is a suite of
Datacom
products that are packaged together to provide a common relational database management system (DBMS) used by other
Broadcom
products. This section provides an introduction to the
Datacom/AD
environment and post-installation tasks. A description of regular
Datacom/AD
operation and tuning tasks related to the products that use
Datacom/AD
facilities is also included.
This topic contains the following information:
Audience
Information is provided for those who do one or more of the following tasks:
  • Install
    Datacom/AD
    system software
  • Support
    Datacom/AD
    system software
  • Administer the operations of the
    Datacom/AD
    system
  • Maintain data integrity
  • Ensure data accessibility
  • Maintain system performance and software code currency
For more information, see Products that Use
Datacom/AD
.
Sample Report Headers
Report headers for the sample reports have the following format:
Date:
mm/dd/ccyy
******************************************************************************** Page:
n
* CA Datacom/DB * Time:
hh.mm.ss
* General Utility * Version:
nn.n
* Copyright © 1990-20yy CA. All rights reserved. * Base:
dbid
******************************************************************************** Directory:
name
  • Base:
    The
    dbid
    is the DATACOM-ID (DBID) of the database (base) in use when the report was executed.
    Note:
    Base does not appear in the header if it is not appropriate for the report that was generated or not known at the time the report is produced.
  • Date:
    The date when the report was executed is shown in the format
    mm/dd/ccyy
    :
    • mm =
      Month
    • dd
      = Day
    • cc
      = Century
    • yy
      = Year
  • Directory:
    The
    name
    is the internal name of the Directory (CXX), assigned with the INIT CXX function that was in use when the report was executed and if known at the time the report was produced.
    Note:
    Directory does not appear in the header if it is not appropriate for the report that was generated.
  • Page:
    The
    n
    is the page number of the report.
  • Time:
    The time when the report was assembled is shown in the format
    hh.mm.ss
    :
    • hh
      = Hour
    • mm
      = Minutes
    • ss
      = Seconds
  • Version:
    The version of
    Datacom/DB
    being executed when the report was executed is shown in the format
    nn.n,
    for example, Version: 14.0.
Listing Libraries for
Datacom
Products in JCL
Note:
The sample code provided is intended for use as a reference aid only. No warranty of any kind is made as to completeness or correctness for your specific installation.
Samples for JCL and programs are provided in the install library. You can copy and modify these samples for your specific requirements.
Code any JOB statements to your site standards and specifications. Specify all data set names and library names with the correct names for the installation at your site. In many examples, a REGION= or SIZE= parameter is displayed in an EXEC statement. In most instances, the value that is displayed should be adequate in most instances. However, you can adjust the value to your specific needs.
Include the following information in the order shown for the libraries that are listed for searching:
  1. User customized libraries (CUSMAC, CUSLIB, CUSPROC) you could have defined for specially assembled and linked tables, such as DBMSTLST, DBSIDPR, DDSRTLM, or User Requirements Tables (CUSLIB)
  2. Datacom/AD
    base libraries (CAAXLOAD and CAAXMAC):
    Datacom/DB
    ,
    Datacom Datadictionary
    ,
    IPC
    ,
    Datacom CICS Services
    , SQL, and DSV.
  3. Common Components and Services
    base libraries