Run the Installation Jobs for a Pax Installation

The members in the following procedure are used to receive, apply, and accept SMP/E base functions. Submit and run these SAMPJCL members in the sequence shown. Do not proceed with any job until the previous job has completed successfully.
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The members in the following procedure are used to receive, apply, and accept SMP/E base functions. 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
AGJSEDIT
macro each time that you open a new SAMPJCL member. To edit all SAMPJCL members simultaneously, read and follow the instructions in the
AGJAREAD
member, and submit the
AGJEDALL
member.
Follow these steps:
  1. Open the SAMPJCL member
    AGJ20RCB
    in an edit session, and execute the
    AGJSEDIT
    macro from the command line.
    AGJ20RCB
    is customized.
    If you do not want to install a specific component, you can comment out the applicable FMID in the RECEIVE job.
  2. Submit
    AGJ20RCB
    to receive SMP/E base functions.
    Your product is received and now resides in the global zone.
  3. Open the SAMPJCL member
    AGJ30APB
    in an edit session, and execute the
    AGJSEDIT
    macro from the command line.
    AGJ30APB
    is customized.
  4. Submit
    AGJ30APB
    to apply SMP/E base functions with the CHECK option.
    1. Note any unresolved errors.
    2. Verify that resolving PTFs are applied before implementing products in production.
    3. After successful completion, rerun APPLY with the CHECK option removed.
    Your product is applied and now resides in the target libraries.
  5. Open the SAMPJCL member
    AGJ40ACB
    in an edit session, and execute the
    AGJSEDIT
    macro from the command line.
    AGJ40ACB
    is customized.
  6. Submit
    AGJ40ACB
    to accept SMP/E base functions with the CHECK option. After successful completion, rerun ACCEPT with the CHECK option removed.
    Your product is accepted and now resides in the distribution libraries.
You can now clean up the USS directory (optional) or apply preventive maintenance as described in Maintain Products using SMP/E JCL.