Prepare the SMP/E Environment for a Pax Installation

The following table shows product-specific high-level qualifier value to use instead of the <hlq> variable in the following procedure:
cadts
The following table shows product-specific high-level qualifier value to use instead of the
<hlq>
variable in the following procedure:
Product Name
<hlq>
value
CA Datacom® CICS Services
DCC
CA Datacom® Server
AYT
CA IPC
IPC
CA Ideal™ for CA Datacom®
IDL
The following steps describe the process to install products using native SMP/E JCL:
  1. Download external HOLDDATA.
  2. Allocate product data sets and SMP/E data sets.
  3. Create an SMP/E environment.
  4. Receive base functions and HOLDDATA.
  5. Download and RECEIVE PTFs.
  6. Run an SMP/E APPLY CHECK operation.
  7. Apply base functions using SELECT GROUPEXTEND.
  8. Run an SMP/E ACCEPT CHECK operation.
  9. Accept base functions using SELECT GROUPEXTEND.
  10. Configure the product according to your site requirements.
Steps 1 through 3 of this process are documented in detail in this topic. Steps 4 through 9 are documented in Run the Installation Jobs for a Pax Installation. If applicable to your product, Step 10 is documented in the section describing how to complete product configuration.
The members that are used in this procedure prepare the data sets, initialize the zones, and create the DDDEFs for your product.
Establishing a zSeries File System (zFS) may be required as part of the product installation or required as a feature of the product.
For information about the members, see the comments in the JCL.
Follow these steps:
  1. Customize the macro
    <hlq>
    SEDIT with your site-specific information and then copy the macro to your SYSPROC location. Replace the rightmost parameters for each ISREDIT CHANGE command. Each time you edit an installation member, type
    <hlq>
    SEDIT on the command line, and press Enter to replace the defaults with your specifications.
    The macro is ready to customize the
    yourHLQ
    .SAMPJCL members.
    Set the DASD HLQ to the same value specified for
    yourHLQ
    within the JCL that is used to unzip the pax file.
    The following steps include instructions to execute the
    <hlq>
    SEDIT macro each time you open a new SAMPJCL member. To edit all SAMPJCL members simultaneously, read and follow the instructions in the
    <hlq>
    AREAD member, and submit the
    <hlq>
    EDALL member.
  2. Open the SAMPJCL member
    <hlq>
    1HOLD in an edit session and execute the
    <hlq>
    SEDIT macro from the command line.
    <hlq>
    1HOLD is customized.
  3. Submit
    <hlq>
    1HOLD.
    This job downloads the error and FIXCAT HOLDDATA from Broadcom Support.
  4. Open the SAMPJCL member
    <hlq>
    2ALL in an edit session and execute the
    <hlq>
    SEDIT macro from the command line.
    <hlq>
    2ALL is customized.
  5. Submit
    <hlq>
    2ALL.
    This job produces the following results:
    • The target and distribution data sets for your product are created.
    • Unique SMPLTS, SMPMTS, SMPSCDS, and SMPSTS data sets for this target zone are created.
  6. Complete the following steps only if your product requires a USS file system or if you want to install a feature of the product that requires a USS file system:
    If the following members do not exist in SAMPJCL, this step does not apply to your product. Go to Step 7.
    You can customize the supplied HFS JCL to zFS, if your site requires it.
    1. Open the SAMPJCL member AY2ALLU in an edit session and execute the
      <hlq>
      SEDIT macro from the command line.
      AY2ALLU is customized.
    2. Submit AY2ALLU.
      This job allocates your HFS or zFS data sets.
    3. Open the SAMPJCL member AY3MKD in an edit session and execute the
      <hlq>
      SEDIT macro from the command line.
      AY3MKD is customized.
    4. Submit AY3MKD.
      This job creates all directories and mounts the file system.
  7. Open the SAMPJCL member
    <hlq>
    3CSI in an edit session and execute the
    <hlq>
    SEDIT macro from the command line.
    <hlq>
    3CSI is customized.
  8. Submit
    <hlq>
    3CSI.
    This job produces the following results:
    • The CSI data set is defined.
    • The SMPPTS and SMPLOG data sets are allocated.
    • The global, target, and distribution zones are initialized.
    • The DDDEF entries for your product are created.
    • The DDDEFs for the required SMP/E data sets are created.
  9. Complete the following steps to add the DDDEFs that are required for the file system to your SMP/E environment:
    If the following member does not exist in SAMPJCL, this step does not apply to your product. Go to Run the Installation Jobs for a Pax Installation.
    1. Open the SAMPJCL member AY23CSIU in an edit session and execute the
      <hlq>
      SEDIT macro from the command line.
      AY23CSIU is customized.
    2. Submit AY23CSIU.
      This job customizes the CSI by adding the DDDEFs associated with the directory.
You are now ready run the installation jobs that are used to receive, apply, and accept SMP/E base functions. Go to Run the Installation Jobs for a Pax Installation.