Installation Tasks for the Systems Programmer

The systems programmer usually completes the following steps in the installation process:
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The systems programmer usually completes the following steps in the installation process:
  1. Confirm that your site meets the installation requirements.
  2. Install and customize the CA Common Services components CA LMP and CAIRIM for product licensing and authorization.
  3. (Optional) If you plan to use the Concurrent Action Processing (CAP) feature, install and customize CAIENF and the CA Common Communications Interface (CAICCI) for CAP.
  4. (Optional) If you plan to use Web Services, install and customize CAIENF and the CA Common Communications Interface (CAICCI) for Web Services.
  5. Use one of the following methods to install
    CA Endevor SCM
    :
    • Install using CA Chorus Software Manager
    • Install from Pax-Enhanced ESD
    If you are installing Web Services from ESD, the installation creates a SAMPJCL data set with a SCMAREAD file that mentions these members: SI31ALLU, SI32MKD, and SI33CSIU. If you are using USS data sets, these jobs are required for FMID CSIQF03 (Web Services). Execute these jobs after the SCM2CSI job, but before executing one of the receive jobs. Regardless of your installation method, the following steps must be completed.
  6. Deploy and configure the delivered files and configure your installation environment as described in Start Your Product. This includes the following tasks:
    1. Authorize the CSIQAUTU or CSIQAUTH libraries or copy the content to an existing authorized library.
      Existing installations that need to run their current release and the new release on the same system/LPAR need to verify that the libraries for the new release cannot be used by accident. For more information, see Concurrent Releases.
  7. Modify the TSO Command Limiting Facility to allow ISPTLIB commands (ACMQ, BC1PACMI, ESORT, EONLY, EM, QM, and so on). CA ACF2 users only.