Run the Installation Jobs for a Pax Installation

Submit and run these SAMPJCL members in sequence. Do not proceed with any job until the previous job has completed successfully.
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The following table shows the 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
IDL
Submit and run these SAMPJCL members in sequence. Do not proceed with any job until the previous job has completed successfully.
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.
Follow these steps:
  1. Open the SAMPJCL member
    <hlq>
    4RECD in an edit session, and execute the
    <hlq>
    SEDIT macro from the command line.
    <hlq>
    4RECD is customized.
  2. Submit
    <hlq>
    4RECD to receive SMP/E base functions and error HOLDDATA.
    Your product is received and now resides in the global zone.
  3. (CA Datacom CICS Services and CA IPC only)
    If an FMID was placed in error, download and receive PTFs from Broadcom Support.
    For IPC, there is an optional FMID for the MQ Transport Service component, CAVQF16. Most sites do not require the MQ Transport Service component. If your site does not have this component, delete CAVQF16 from the following SMP/e jobs:
    - IPC4RECD
    - IPC5APP
    - IPC6ACC
    - IPC8APYP
    - IPC9ACCP
  4. Open the SAMPJCL member
    <hlq>
    5APP in an edit session, and execute the
    <hlq>
    SEDIT macro from the command line.
    <hlq>
    5APP is customized.
  5. Submit
    <hlq>
    5APP to apply SMP/E base functions with the CHECK option. If you find unresolved hold errors, we recommend that you note these errors and verify that resolving PTFs are applied before implementing products in production. Update the JCL to BYPASS the unresolved hold error IDs. After successful completion, rerun APPLY with the CHECK option removed.
    Your product is applied and now resides in the target libraries.
  6. Open the SAMPJCL member
    <hlq>
    6ACC in an edit session, and execute the
    <hlq>
    SEDIT macro from the command line.
    <hlq>
    6ACC is customized.
  7. Submit
    <hlq>
    6ACC to accept SMP/E base functions with the CHECK option. After successful completion, rerun APPLY with the CHECK option removed.
    Your product is accepted and now resides in the distribution libraries.