Acquire the Product Pax Files

To begin the CA product installation procedure, copy the product pax file into the USS directory that you set up.
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To begin the
product installation procedure, copy the product pax file into the USS directory that you set up.
Downloading pax files for the SMP/E installation as part of the Pax ESD process requires write authority to the UNIX System Services (USS) directories that are used for the Pax ESD process. Also, you must have available USS file space before you start these procedures.
Use one of the following methods:
This section includes the following information:
  • A sample batch job to download a product pax file from the
    Broadcom
    Online FTP server directly to a USS directory on your z/OS system
  • Sample commands to upload a pax file from your PC to a USS directory on your z/OS system
The FTP procedures vary due to local firewall and other security settings. Consult your local network administrators to determine the appropriate FTP procedure to use at your site.
Ensure that sufficient free space is available in the USS file system that you are using to hold the product pax file. If you do not have sufficient free space, error messages similar to the following appear:
EZA1490I Error writing to data set EZA2606W File I/O error 133
When the download finishes, the pax file size in your USS directory matches the value in the Size column for the corresponding pax file on the
Products Download window.
Download Files to a PC Using Pax ESD
You can download product installation files from http://broadcom.com/support to your PC.
Follow these steps:
  1. Log in to Broadcom Support, and click Download Center.
    The Download Center web page appears.
  2. Under Download Center, select Products from the first drop-down list, and specify the product, release, and gen level (if applicable), and click Go.
    The CA Product Download window appears.
  3. Download an entire
    product software package or individual pax files to your PC. If you download a zip file, you must unzip it before continuing.
    For traditional installation downloads, see the
    Traditional ESD User Guide
    . For information about download methods, see the Download Methods and Locations article. Go to http://broadcom.com/support, log in, and click Download Center. Links to these resources appear under the Download Help heading.
Download Using Batch JCL
You download a pax file from http://broadcom.com/support by running batch JCL on the mainframe. Use the sample JCL attached to the PDF file as CAtoMainframe.txt to perform the download.
The PDF version of this documentation includes sample JCL jobs that you can copy directly to the mainframe. To access these jobs, click the paper clip icon at the left of the PDF reader. A window displaying attachments opens. Double-click a file to view a sample JCL. We recommend that you use the latest version of Adobe Reader for viewing PDF files.
We recommend that you follow the preferred download method as described on http://broadcom.com/support. This JCL procedure is our preferred download method for users who do not use CA CSM. We also include the procedure to download to the mainframe through a PC in the next section.
Follow these steps:
  1. Replace
    ACCOUNTNO
    with a valid JOB statement.
  2. Replace
    yourTCPIP.PROFILE.dataset
    with the name of the TCP/IP profile data set for your system. Consult your local network administrators, if necessary.
    The job points to your profile.
  3. Replace
    YourEmailAddress
    with your email address.
    The job points to your email address.
  4. Replace
    yourUSSpaxdirectory
    with the name of the USS directory that you use for Pax ESD downloads.
    The job points to your USS directory.
  5. Locate the product component to download on the
    Broadcom
    Product Download window.
    You have identified the product component to download.
  6. Click Download for the applicable file.
    For multiple downloads, add files to a cart.
    The Download Method window opens.
  7. Click FTP Request.
    The Review Download Requests window displays any files that you have requested to download
    We send you an email when the file is ready to download or a link appears in this window when the file is available.
  8. Select one of the following methods:
    • Preferred FTP
      Uses
      worldwide content delivery network (CDN). If you cannot download using this method, review the security restrictions for servers that company employees can download from that are outside your corporate network.
      Host Name:
      ftp://ftpdownloads.broadcom.com
    • Alternate FTP
      Uses the original download servers that are based on Long Island, New York.
      Host Name:
      ftp://scftpd.broadcom.com for product files and download cart files and ftp://ftp.ca.com for individual solution files.
    Both methods display the host, user name, password, and FTP location, which you then can copy into the sample JCL.
    The following links provide details regarding FTP: the FTP Help document link in the Review Download Requests window and the Learn More link available in the Download Methods window.
  9. Submit the job.
    If your FTP commands are incorrect, it is possible for this job to fail and still return a zero condition code. Read the messages in the job DDNAME SYSPRINT to verify the FTP succeeded.
    After you run the JCL job, the pax file resides in the mainframe USS directory that you supplied.
Example CAtoMainframe.txt, JCL
The following text appears in the attached CAtoMainframe.txt JCL file:
//GETPAX JOB (
ACCOUNTNO
),'FTP GET PAX ESD PACKAGE', // MSGCLASS=X,CLASS=A,NOTIFY=&SYSUID //********************************************************************* //* This sample job can be used to download a pax file directly from * //* CA Support Online to a USS directory on your z/OS system. * //* * //* When editing the JCL ensure that you do not have sequence numbers * //* turned on. * //* * //* This job must be customized as follows: * //* 1. Supply a valid JOB statement. * //* 2. The SYSTCPD and SYSFTPD JCL DD statements in this JCL may be * //* optional at your site. Remove the statements that are not * //* required. For the required statements, update the data set * //* names with the correct site-specific data set names. * //* 3. Replace "Host" based on the type of download method. * //* 4. Replace "YourEmailAddress" with your email address. * //* 5. Replace "yourUSSpaxdirectory" with the name of the USS * //* directory used on your system for Pax ESD downloads. * //* 6. Replace "FTP Location" with the complete path * //* and name of the pax file obtained from the FTP location * //* of the product download page. * //********************************************************************* //GETPAX EXEC PGM=FTP,PARM='(EXIT TIMEOUT 120',REGION=0M //SYSTCPD DD DSN=
yourTCPIP
.PROFILE.
dataset
,DISP=SHR //SYSFTPD DD DSN=
yourFTP
.
DATA.dataset
,DISP=SHR //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=* //OUTPUT DD SYSOUT=* //INPUT DD *
Host
anonymous
YourEmailAddress
lcd
yourUSSpaxdirectory
binary get
FTP_location
quit /*
Download Files to Mainframe through a PC
You download the product installation files to your PC and transfer them to your USS system.
Follow these steps:
  1. Download the product file to your PC using the Pax ESD. If you downloaded a zip file, first unzip the file to use the product pax files.
    The pax file resides on your PC.
    Do
    not
    change the format of the pax.Z.
  2. Open a Windows command prompt.
    The command prompt appears.
  3. Customize and enter the following FTP commands:
    FTP
    mainframe
    userid
    password
    bin lcd C:
    \PC\folder\for\thePAXfile
    cd /
    yourUSSpaxdirectory
    / put
    paxfile
    .pax.Z quit exit
    • mainframe
      Specifies the z/OS system IP address or DNS name.
    • userid
      Specifies your z/OS user ID.
    • password
      Specifies your z/OS password.
    • C:
      \PC\folder\for\thePAXfile
      Specifies the location of the pax file on your PC.
      If you specify a location that has blanks or special characters in the path name, enclose that value in double quotation marks.
    • yourUSSpaxdirectory
      Specifies the name of the USS directory that you use for Pax ESD downloads.
    • paxfile
      .pax.Z
      Specifies the name of the pax file to upload.
    The pax file is transferred to the mainframe.