RESOURCE TABLE Statement -- Defines a Resource Table

The RESOURCE TABLE statement defines the nodes on which resources in your DC/UCF communications network are located. CA IDMS creates a resource name table from the RESOURCE TABLE statement. The resource name table is used at runtime to identify the location of resources required to satisfy database requests.
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The RESOURCE TABLE statement defines the nodes on which resources in your DC/UCF communications network are located. CA IDMS creates a resource name table from the RESOURCE TABLE statement. The resource name table is used at runtime to identify the location of resources required to satisfy database requests.
If all database requests in your DC/UCF communications network will take place within a single region, then you do not have to explicitly code a RESOURCE TABLE statement. CA IDMS will automatically generate a resource name and node entry in a resource name table for the resources located on the system you are defining.
You must use the RESOURCE TABLE statement to explicitly define resources located on another node within your DC/UCF communications network, if they can be accessed by the DC/UCF system you are defining.