Listing Libraries for
Datacom
Products

Guidelines to assist you in preparing your JCL are provided. The sample code provided in this document is intended for use as a reference aid only and no warranty of any kind is made as to completeness or correctness for your specific installation.
datacom
Guidelines to assist you in preparing your JCL are provided. The sample code provided in this document is intended for use as a reference aid only and 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 (in z/OS, the default name for this library is CABDMAC). In z/VSE, sample PROCs are provided that allow you to make use of parameter substitution. You can copy and modify these samples for your specific requirements.
Any JOB statements should be coded to your site standards and specifications. All data set names and library names should be specified with the correct names for the installation at your site. In many examples, a REGION= or SIZE= parameter is displayed in an EXEC statement. The value displayed should be adequate in most instances, but you can adjust the value to your specific needs.
The libraries listed for searching must include the following in the order shown:
  1. User libraries (
    hlq
    .CUSLIB) you may have defined for specially assembled and linked tables, such as DBMSTLST, DBSIDPR, DDSRTLM, DQSYSTBL, or User Requirements Tables
  2. Datacom
    base libraries (
    hlq
    .CABDLOAD):
    Datacom/DB
    ,
    Datacom Datadictionary
    ,
    Dataquery
    , SQL
  3. IPC
    libraries (
    hlq
    .CAVQLOAD)
  4. Common Components and Services
    base libraries (
    hlq
    .CAW0LOAD)
  5. Libraries for additional products, such as
    Datacom
    CICS Services,
    Datacom
    VSAM Transparency,
    Ideal for Datacom
    , and so on
Dataquery
users also need the following libraries and data sets for the following specific functions:
  • The z/OS data set DQOUT or the z/VSE data set DQOUTD is used only if the DQBATCH execution uses the EXPORT function.
  • In z/OS, running deferred queries with separate JCL members in batch requires, in addition to the SYSIN statement DEFER, the inclusion of a DD statement for the internal reader used by VPE. This DD statement should be:
    //IRDR DD    SYSOUT=(A,INTRDR)