Recreate the Utility Command Assignments (UTAB)

You can display or recreate the UTAB table using the batch program—IDMSUTAD. IDMSUTAD recreates the UTAB definition syntax from the existing load module. For more information about the UTAB table, see .
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You can display or recreate the UTAB table using the batch program—IDMSUTAD. IDMSUTAD recreates the UTAB definition syntax from the existing load module. For more information about the UTAB table, see Activating CA IDMS Security.
Example: Batch JCL (z/OS)
The z/OS JCL is used to execute the IDMSUTAB batch processor—IDMSUTAD—for CA IDMS.
IDMSUTAB source syntax is decompiled from the load module and written to the SYSPCH DD name. Additional file assignments might be needed for the user catalog and the system dictionary depending on your security implementation. IDMSUTAB creation date is written to the SYSLST DD.
IDMSUTAD
// EXEC PGM=IDMSUTAD,REGION=4096K //STEPLIB DD DSN=idms.dba.loadlib,DISP=SHR // DD DSN=idms.custom.loadlib,DISP=SHR // DD DSN=idms.cagjload,DISP=SHR //SYSPCH DD SYSOUT=A //SYSLST DD SYSOUT=A //SYSIDMS DD * Insert SYSIDMS parameters /*
Variable Descriptions
  • idms.dba.loadlib
    Data set name of the load library containing the DMCL and database name table load modules
  • idms.custom.loadlib
    Data set name of the load library containing customized CA IDMS system software modules
  • idms.cagjload
    Data set name of the load library containing vanilla CA IDMS system software modules
Batch Syntax (z/OS)
#UTABGEN X (OCF,FORMAT,3), X (OCF,LOCK,3), X (OCF,UNLOCK,3), X (BCF,ARCHIVEJOURNAL,10), X (BCF,ARCHIVELOG,10), X (ARCHIVETRACE,1), X (BACKUP,2), X (BUILD,3), X (CLEANUP,4), X (CONVERTCATALOG,5), X (CONVERTPAGE,0), X (EXPANDPAGE,0), X (FASTLOAD,0), X (FIXARCHIVE,0), X (FIXPAGE,50), X
#UTABGEN Source Syntax Content Consideration
Security labels that are associated with activity numbers are not stored in the IDMSUTAB load module and do not appear in the #UTABGEN syntax.