Setting Environmental Parameters for Processing

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Before you use
File Master Plus
for IMS, you need to set up the processing parameters. Use the Setup and Processing Parameters screen to specify these parameters.
Select each of the five options from the Setup and Processing Parameters screen and set up the parameters for each option.
  •  
    Default
    Defines the processing control parameters and the job statement to use for batch jobs and online functions.
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    Print
    Defines the sysout class and the print destination for print output.
  •  
    Parm Files
    Defines and updates the processing parameter PDSes and processing parameter members.
  •  
    XREF
    Maintains the Segment Cross Reference file.
  •  
    IMS ENV
    Defines the DLI and BMP IMS environments that are available for the session.
Define Processing Defaults and Jobcard Parameters
You can customize
File Master Plus
for IMS to define control parameters related to screen and batch job operations. The first time you access the screen, you will see the most commonly used values.
:
Broadcom
recommends setting the processing default parameters and the jobcard parameters before performing any other function.
 
Follow these steps:
 
  1. Select SETUP from the Main Menu.
    The Setup and Processing Parameters screen opens.
  2. Select DEFAULT from the menu.
    The Processing Defaults and Jobcard screen opens.
  3. Complete the following fields:
    •  
      Confirm member deletes?
      Specifies whether you want a confirmation screen before deleting a member from a library. The confirmation screen gives you the opportunity to either proceed with the member deletion or bypass it. You can set an indicator to bypass member delete confirmations until you exit the current screen, when the member delete confirmation screen opens.
      Values:
       
      Y
       (Yes), N (No).
    •  
      Use '=' to jump within
      Broadcom
      product?
      Specifies whether you want to jump from one function to another within
      File Master Plus
      for IMS (Y), or jump to the ISPF function (N).
      Values:
       
      Y
       (Yes), N (No)
      Example
      : With a value of Y, when the command =3.1 is entered,
      File Master Plus
      for IMS would jump to
      File Master Plus
      for IMS Option 3.1, Extract IMS Database. With a value of N, the same command would jump to ISPF's Option 3.1.
    •  
      Confirm print class & destination?
      Specifies whether you want a confirmation screen displayed before requesting an online print and before submitting a batch job that requests print. This confirmation screen shows the Sysout class and the destination parameters that have been defined using the Print Output Control Parms screen.
      Values:
       
      Y
       (Yes), N (No)
      Example
      : With a value of Y, each time a print is requested, the Override Print Output Control panel is displayed, allowing you to change the current print settings for the print request. With a value of N, you are not given the opportunity of updating the current print settings before the print request.
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      DASD Unit Name
      Specifies the initial value used for the generic unit name when new datasets are allocated in
      File Master Plus
      for IMS. To control the volumes on which new data sets are allocated, the DASD unit name or the SMS storage class must be specified (but not both).
      Default:
       SYSDA
    •  
      SMS Storage Class
      Defines the initial value for the SMS storage class used for the allocation of new data sets if the data sets are to be SMS-managed.
      To control the volumes on which new data sets are allocated, the DASD unit name or the SMS data class must be specified (but not both).
    •  
      Job Information:
      Defines one to four lines of JCL control statements, usually jobcard information. These four lines are added to the beginning of any online generated batch jobs.
    The control parameters are defined.
Define Print Output Control Parameters
To define the default parameters that control print destinations, use the Print Output Control Parms screen. You can display the default print control parameters from the Processing Defaults and Jobcard screen. Select Y in the Confirm print class & destination field to display these defaults.
 
Follow these steps:
 
  1. Select SETUP from the Main Menu.
    The Setup and Processing Parameters screen opens.
  2. Select Print from the menu.
    The Print Output Control Parms screen opens.
  3. Complete the following fields:
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      Sysout Class
      Defines the one-position sysout class where the print output is routed. This field corresponds to the SYSOUT= JCL parameter.
      Values
      : *, A to Z, and 0 to 9
    •  
      Number of copies
      Defines the number of printed copies. This field corresponds to the COPIES= JCL parameter.
      Values
      : 1 to 255
  4. Complete one of the following selections, and press Enter.
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      Destination printer
      Defines the printer ID of a local or remote printer where print output will be routed. This field corresponds to the JCL parameter DEST=.
      Values
      : One of the following formats: R
      nnnn, 
      RM
      nnnn
      , or RMT
      nnnn
       (where 
      nnnn
       is the one- to four-digit remote printer ID).
    •  
      External JES node and Userid at JES node
      Defines the external JES node and user ID at the JES node to route print output to a specified user ID within an external node.
      These fields operate like the DEST=(
      nnnnnn,uuuuuu
      ) JCL parameter (where 
      nnnnnn
       is JES Node ID and 
      uuuuuu
       is a user ID).
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      Sysout writer name
      Defines the member name of the writer program when you want print handled by a sysout writer program. This program is a started task that gets control for each output record and performs user-defined processing to manipulate and route the print file.
      This field corresponds to the SYSOUT=(
      c,wwwwww
      ) JCL parameter (where 
      c
       is the Sysout Class and 
      wwwwww
       is the name of the Sysout Writer Program).
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      Print dataset name
      Defines the data set name where the print is to be routed. This parameter causes the print to be written to the specified data set instead of being written to a Sysout class.
    •  
      Dataset disposition
      Specifies the data set disposition.
      Values
      : NEW (Create a new data set), SHR (Overlay existing data), MOD (Append print to the data set's current data)
Define and Update Processing Parameters
Use the Define & Update Processing Parms screen to define the DSNs of the following processing parameter files and members:
  • DSN lists
  • Selection criteria
  • Custom rec layouts
  • Segment XREF
  • IMS environments
For each of these parameter files there is a selection field preceding the DSN that provides access to the facility for maintaining that type of parameter.
 
Follow these steps:
 
  1. Select SETUP from the Main Menu.
    The Setup and Processing Parameters screen opens.
  2. Select PARM FILES from the menu.
    The Define & Update Processing Parms screen opens.
    Note:
     To make it easier to specify DSNs, each of the DSN fields on this screen supports wildcarded DSN and DSN Lists. Each PDS can be a personal parm PDS, a parm PDS shared with others in the organization, or a parm PDS that is shared company-wide. 
  3. Specify S (select to update) or A (allocate new PDS) for the following fields:
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      DSN Lists
      Defines the DSN list PDS.
    •  
      Selection Criteria
      Defines the selection criteria PDS.
    •  
      Custom Rec Layouts
      Defines the Custom Record Layout's PDS.
    •  
      Segment XREF
      Defines the segment cross-reference PDS.
    •  
      IMS Environments
      Defines the IMS Environment PDS
      Note:
       This PDS may be restricted by the CAWKOPT COM_IMSENV_DSN installation option. If this is the case, the user must have File Master DBA authority to update this protected field. 
Define Segment Layout Cross-Reference Members
File Master Plus
for IMS uses the segment cross-reference file to determine which layout to use. The application resolves layouts by performing the following actions:
  • Searches the segment cross-reference file for a member that matches the DBD Name.
  • If no DBD name match is found, then it attempts to resolve the layout by matching the segment name with the member names in the layout data set library. If no member name is found in the layout data set library, then it generates and displays a default COBOL layout.
  • If a DBD name match is found, then it reads that member,and searches the layout data set library for the segment name's cross-referenced layout name. If no member name is found in the layout data set library, then it generates and displays a default COBOL layout.
Use the Specify Database for Segment XREF Parm Update screen to access the segment layout cross-reference data set to create new segment layout cross-reference members, or update current members.
 
Follow these steps:
 
  1. Select SETUP from the Main Menu.
    The Setup and Processing Parameters screen opens.
  2. Select XREF from the menu.
    The Segment XREF Parm Update screen opens.
  3. Complete the following fields, and press Enter:
    •  
      DSN
      Defines the segment cross reference PDS that is defined in option 0.3, Define and Update Processing Parms.
    •  
      Member Name
      Defines the DBD for which the segment cross reference member is to be created.
    The Update Segment XREF Parm Member pop-up opens.
    ------ Update Segment XREF Parm Member ----- Row 1 of 7 COMMAND ===> SCROLL ===> CSR Database ===> DBDIVP DBDLIB DSN ===> 'YOUR.DBDLIB' Segment Layout Name Name STUDENT SUBJECT TEACHER CLASS HISTORY TRANSCPT ATTEND ********** End of Segments ****************************
  4. Complete the following fields, and press Enter:
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      Database
      Defines the database definition (DBD name) whose segments will be cross-referenced. The DBD member name must exist in the DBDLIB DSN to create a segment layout cross-reference member.
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      DBDLIB DSN
      Defines the library that contains the DBD the cross-reference member redefines.
  5. Enter the actual layout member name for the segments in the Layout Name field.
  6. Press F3.
    Your changes are saved.
IMS Environments
An IMS environment is a PDS member that specifies the IMS system data sets and parameters that
File Master Plus
for IMS uses to access a database. You must specify an IMS environment for most of the online ISPF functions, and when running a batch function in BMP mode.
Two types of IMS environments are supported: DLI and BMP. The DLI environment runs as an offline batch processing region to which the databases are directly allocated. Included in each DLI environment definition are the IMS RESLIBs, PSBLIBs, and DBDLIBs used to access databases.
The BMP environment runs as a batch message processing region that communicates with an IMS control region to access the databases owned by the control region. Information included in the BMP environment definition is the IMS subsystem identifier, or IMSID, the RESLIBs, and ACBLIBs used in the IMS control region.
The information for each IMS environment parm member is often defined during product installation. Users may share the same IMS environment parm members. However, users may create new members in this parm PDS, or may create new versions of this parm PDS.
 
 
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Display IMS Environment Members
Use the Update IMS Environment screen to display a list of the defined IMS Environment members. This screen has one line for each
 
IMS environment member in the IMS environment parm PDS.
 
Follow these steps:
 
  1. Select SETUP from the Main Menu.
    The Setup and Processing Parameters screen opens.
  2. Select IMS ENV from the menu.
    The Update IMS Environment screen opens, listing the IMS Environments currently defined.
    <productname> -- Update IMS Environment --- Row 1 to 3 of 3 COMMAND ===> SCROLL ===> CSR Actions: S - Select I - Insert R - Repeat D -Delete IMS DLI/ A Env BMP Description _ DLIPROD DLI Prod DLI Environment _ BMPRGNA BMP BMP Region A _ DLITEST DLI Test DLI Environment ************************** End OF IMS Environment List ********************
Insert a New IMS Environment Member
Use the Specify IMS Environment Type pop-up to define the IMS Environment member type you want to insert.
 
Follow these steps:
 
  1. Select SETUP from the Main Menu.
    The Setup and Processing Parameters screen opens.
  2. Select IMS ENV from the menu.
    The Update IMS Environment screen opens.
  3. Type I (insert) next to any environment, and press Enter.
    The Specify IMS Environment Type pop-up opens.
  4. Specify the IMS environment type in the Environment Type field.
    Values:
     DLI and BMP
  5. Press Enter.
    Continue with step 4 of the section Select/Repeat a DLI Environment Member. If you entered a BMP member, continue with step 4 of the Select/Repeat a BMP Environment section.
Select/Repeat a DLI Environment Member
To define, maintain, or update a DLI environment, and to save this environment definition into a member of the IMS Environment Parm PDS, you can use the DLI Environment Parameters screen. A DLI environment is required for each set of data sets used to invoke an IMS process in DLI mode.
For example, various QA and test systems that require different DBDLIB, PSBLIB, or RESLIB data sets require separate DLI environments.
Each batch or on-line process that performs functions such as browsing, editing, printing, unloading, reloading, or updating an IMS database, needs to know the IMS data sets to use when invoking IMS in DLI mode to perform the function. The use of DLI environments allows a set of IMS data sets to be catalogued and referenced by the DLI Environment Name.
 
Follow these steps:
 
  1. Select SETUP from the Main Menu.
    The Setup and Processing Parameters screen opens.
  2. Select IMS ENV from the menu.
    The Update IMS Environment screen opens.
  3. Type S (select) or R (repeat) next to the environment whose definition you want to select or repeat.
    The DLI Environment Parameters screen opens with the DLI Environment parameters populated with their current values.
    --------<productname> -- DLI Environment Parameters ---------- Command ===> __________________________________________________________________ IMS Environment ===> DLIPROD Description ===> Production DLI Environment RESLIB #1 ===> 'YOUR.PROD.IMS.RESLIB' #2 ===> #3 ===> More? ==> N PSBLIB #1 ===> 'YOUR.PROD.IMS.PSBLIB' #2 ===> #3 ===> More? ==> N DBDLIB #1 ===> 'YOUR.PROD.IMS.DBDLIB' #2 ===> #3 ===> More? ==> N VSAM Parm Mem ===> 'YOUR.PROD.IMS.PARMLIB(DFSVSAMP' Log DSN ===> 'YOUR.PROD.IMS.IEFREDR' Change Log Parameters: Volume Serial ===> ______ or Generic Unit Name ===> ________ Primary Cyls ===> 0 (0 = No Logging) Secondary Cyls ===> 0 PF1 HELP PF3 END PF8 FWD
  4. Complete the following fields, and press F8.
    Note:
     Many of these fields described in this procedure can be restricted by the CAWKOPT COM_IMSENV_DLI installation option. If the field is restricted, you must have File Master DBA authority to make any updates.
    •  
      IMS Environment
      Displays the IMS environment member name that identifies the DLI environment that is defined by this screen. The IMS environment name is the member name of the IMS environment parm PDS that will be updated when you exit this screen.
    •  
      Description
      Defines the use of this IMS DLI environment and differentiates it from other IMS environments.
      Limits:
       42 characters.
    •  
      RESLIB *
      Defines up to 3 RESLIB DSNs. The 
      More
       field to the right of the IMS RESLIB #3 field is used to enter more than 3 RESLIB DSNs. When more than 3 RESLIB DSNs are defined for the DLI environment, this field contains the protected literal + More DSNs.
    •  
      PSBLIB *
      Defines up to 3 PSBLIB DSNs. The 
      More
       field to the right of the IMS PSBLIB #3 field is used to enter more than 3 PSBLIB DSNs. When more than 3 PSBLIB DSNs are defined for the DLI environment, this field contains the protected literal + More DSNs.
    •  
      DBDLIB *
      Defines up to 3 DBDLIB DSNs. The 
      More
       field to the right of the IMS DBDLIB #3 field is used to enter more than 3 DBDLIB DSNs. When more than 3 DBDLIB DSNs are defined for the DLI environment, this field contains the protected literal + More DSNs.
    •  
      More?
      Defines whether you want to add more data sets to these library concatenations. Contains up to a total of 99 DSNs for each library concatenation.
      Values:
       Y (Yes), N (No)
    •  
      + More DSNs
      Defines whether the library concatenations contain more data sets than the three displayed on this panel. Placing the cursor anywhere on this character string, and pressing Enter, displays the entire library's concatenation.
    •  
      VSAM Parm Mem *
      Defines the DSN and member name for the VSAM/OSAM Buffer Information Parm. IMS batch jobs created by the user interface will have this parm member allocated to the DFSVSAMP DDNAME.
    •  
      Log DSN *
      Defines the DSN for the IMS log data set. Required for any online or batch IMS process in which there is update intent on a database. This file is required for recovery and restart of any IMS job. If the DSN already exists, it must be allocated with RECFM=VB LRECL=4092 BLKSIZE=4096.
      The DSN entered can be a valid DSN or may contain any of the following variable specifications to support the use of multiple log files for a DLI environment:
      • &USERID -- TSO User ID
      • &DATE -- Dyymmdd where yymmdd is the date in YYMMDD format
      • &TIME -- Thhmmss where hhmmss is the time in hours, minutes, and seconds
      • &DBDNAME -- DBD name of the database being processed
      For example, a value of &USERID.&DATE.FMIMS.LOG would request an IMS log data set with the TSO User ID in the first node and the date in the second node. If USER01 does an update on Dec. 25, 2006, it will be written to the log USER01.D061225.FMIMS.LOG.
      If the IMS log data set does not exist when the online process or online creation of JCL occurs, an IMS log data set will be created.
    •  
      Change Log Parameters: 
      •  
        Volume Serial
        Specifies the 6 digit volume serial of the volume that the Change Log file should be created on.
      •  
        Generic Unit Name
        Defines the DASD unit name used to allocate the Change Log file. Common DASD unit names are SYSDA and SYSALLDA.
      •  
        Primary Cyls
        Defines the primary number of cylinders to allocate to a new Change Log file. Specifiy the estimated number of cylinders to contain the before and after images of all changed segments, plus any inserted or deleted segments during an EDIT session or sessions.
        If this value is 0, no Change Log records are written and no Change Log file is allocated to the EDIT session. Any value greater than zero allocates the Change Log file and causes the EDIT function to record Change Log records for any segment changes during and EDIT session.
        Default: 
        Zero
        Values:
         Numeric, between 0 and 9999999.
        This field value cannot be set to 0 when Change Log is activated by your
        File Master Plus
        for IMS administrator.
      •  
        Secondary Cyls
        Defines the number of secondary cylinders to allocate to a new Change Log file if the primary cylinder allocation is exceeded.
        Default: 
        Zero
        Values:
         Numeric, between 0 and 9999999.
  5. Press PF8 to go to the second DLI Environment Parameter screen.
    The DLI Environment Parameters screen opens.
  6. Complete the following fields, and press End to save the DLI member.
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      IMS Environment
      Displays the IMS environment member name that identifies the DLI environment that is defined by this screen. The IMS environment name is the member name of the IMS environment parm PDS that is updated when you exit this screen.
    •  
      Description
      Defines the use of this IMS DLI environment and differentiates it from other IMS environments.
      Limits:
       42 characters.
    •  
      DBRC Usage
      Defines the DBRC value when
      File Master Plus
      for IMS calls IMS either through its online or batch functions.
      Values:
       Blank (IMS's current DBRC value), Y (Yes), N (No)
    •  
      RECON1
      Defines the RECON1 dataset that overrides the RECON1 dataset that would have been otherwise dynamically allocated by IMS
    •  
      RECON2
      Defines the RECON2 dataset that overrides the RECON2 dataset that would have been otherwise dynamically allocated by IMS.
    •  
      RECON3
      Defines the RECON3 dataset that overrides the RECON3 dataset that would have been otherwise dynamically allocated by IMS.
    The DL1 member is saved.
Select/Repeat a BMP Environment Member
To define, maintain, or update a BMP environment member, and to save it to the IMS Environment Parm PDS, use the BMP Environment Parameters screen.
 
Follow these steps:
 
  1. Select Setup from the Main Menu.
    The SETUP and Processing Parameters screen opens.
  2. Select IMS ENV from the menu.
    The Update IMS Environment screen opens.
  3. Type S (select) or R (repeat) next to the environment whose definition you want to select or repeat.
    The BMP Environment Parameters screen opens with the BMP Environment parameters populated with their current values.
    ---------- <productname> -- BMP Environment Parameters ------- COMMAND ===> IMS Environment ===> BMPRGMA BMP Region ===> RGNA Description ===> BMP Region A RESLIB #1 ===> 'YOUR.IMS.RGNA.RESLIB' #2 ===> #3 ===> More? ==> N ACBLIB #1 ===> 'YOUR.IMS.REGNA.ACBLIB' #2 ===> #3 ===> More? ==> N DOPT ACBLIB ===> 'YOUR.IMS.RGNA.DBC.DOPT.ACBLIB' DBDLIB #1 ===> 'YOUR.IMS.REGNA.DBDLIB' #2 ===> #3 ===> More? ==> N Appl Group Name ===> ________ Normal Buf ===> 35 Overflow Buf ===> 10 Change Log Parameters: Volume Serial ===> _____ or Generic Unit Name ===> ________ Primary Cyls ===> 0 (0 = No Logging) Secondary Cyls ===> 0
  4. Complete the following fields, and press Enter.
    Note:
     Many of these fields described in this procedure can be restricted by the CAWKOPT COM_IMSENV_DLI installation option. If the field is restricted, you must have File Master DBA authority to make any updates.
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      IMS Environment
      Displays the IMS environment member name that identifies the BMP environment that is defined by this screen. The IMS environment name is the member name of the IMS environment parm member that will be updated when you exit this screen.
    •  
      BMP Region
      Names the IMSID or IMSGROUP of the IMS control region to connect to in BMP mode.
    •  
      Description
      Defines the use of this IMS environment member and differentiates it from other members.
      Limit:
       42 characters
    •  
      RESLIB
      Defines the RESLIB data sets that are used when accessing databases with this environment member. These must match the RESLIB data sets defined to the IMS control region. Specify up to 3 RESLIB DSNs. The More field to the right of the IMS RESLIB #3 field is used to enter more than 3 RESLIB DSNs. When there are currently more than 3 RESLIB DSNs defined for the BMP environment, this field contains the protected literal + More DSNs.
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      ACBLIB
      Defines the ACBLIB data sets that are used when accessing databases with this environment member. These must match the ACBLIB data sets defined to the IMS control region. Specify up to 3 ACBLIB DSNs. The More field to the right of the IMS ACBLIB #3 field is used to enter more than 3 ACBLIB DSNs. When there are currently more than 3 ACBLIB DSNs defined for the BMP environment, this field contains the protected literal + More DSNs.
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      DOPT ACBLIB
      Defines the DSN of the Dynamic Option ACBLIB data set where
      File Master Plus
      for IMS will place dynamic ACBS. This library must be in the IMSACBx concatenation defined to the BMP region controller job for this BMP region. This data set must not be the first data set in the concatenation.
       For information about DOPT security considerations, see 
      File Master Plus
      for IMS Tasks.
    •  
      DBDLIB
      Defines up to 3 DBDLIB DSNs. The More field to the right of the IMS DBDLIB #3 field is used to enter more than 3 DBDLIB DSNs. When there are currently more than 3 DBDLIB DSNs defined for the BMP environment, this field contains the protected literal + More DSNs.
      The DBDLIB is required for the INITIALIZE function, the RELOAD function when the reload mode option is set to Load, and for building dynamic ACBs.
    •  
      APPL Group Name
      Defines the application group name (AGN) used when invoking IMS within this BMP environment member.
    •  
      Normal Buf
      Defines the normal buffer allocation used when processing fast path databases within this BMP environment member.
      Default: 
      Zero
      Values:
       Numeric, between 0 and 99999999
    •  
      Overflow Buf
      Defines the overflow buffer allocation used when processing fast path databases within this BMP environment member.|
      Default: 
      Zero
      Values:
       Numeric, between 0 and 99999999
    •  
      Change Log Parameters:
      •  
        Volume Serial
        Specifies the 6 digit volume serial of the volume that the Change Log file should be created on.
      •  
        Generic Unit Name
        Defines the DASD unit name used to allocate the Change Log file. Common DASD unit names are SYSDA and SYSALLDA.
      •  
        Primary Cyls
        Defines the primary number of cylinders to allocate to a new Change Log file. Specifiy the estimated number of cylinders to contain the before and after images of all changed segments, plus any inserted or deleted segments during an EDIT session or sessions.
        If this value is 0, no Change Log records are written and no Change Log file is allocated to the EDIT session. Any value greater than zero allocates the Change Log file and causes the EDIT function to record Change Log records for any segment changes during and EDIT session.
        Default: 
        Zero
        Values:
         Numeric, between 0 and 9999999
        This value cannot be set to 0 when Change Log is activated by your File Master Plus for IMS administrator.
      •  
        Secondary Cyls
        Defines the number of secondary cylinders to allocate to a new Change Log file if the primary cylinder allocation is exceeded.
        Default: 
        Zero
        Values:
         Numeric, between 0 and 9999999
    •  
      COPE Parameters
       
       
       Note:
       The panel displays this section only on COPE support enabled systems.
      •  
        Logical
         
        System
        Specifies the name of the COPE logical system
      •  
        Runtime Lib
        Specifies which COPE runtime library dataset the program product loads the COPETRA load module from.
        Values: 
        DSN of relevant library
      •  
        COPESTEP Lib 
        Specifies which COPESTEP library dataset the product loads the COPEXREF1 and COPEXREF2 load modules from.
        Values: 
        DSN of relevant library
Delete an IMS Environment Member
To delete an IMS environment member from an IMS Environment PDS, use the Update IMS Environment screen.
 
Follow these steps:
 
  1. Select SETUP from the Main Menu.
    The Setup and Processing Parameters screen opens.
  2. Type D (delete) next to the IMS ENV you want to delete.
    The Confirm Member Delete screen opens only if the Confirm Member Deletes value is set to Y on the Processing Defaults and Jobcard panel. If this value is set to N, the IMS Environment is deleted without asking for confirmation.
    <productname> -- Update IMS Environment --- Row 1 to 3 of 3 COMMAND ===> SCROLL ===> CSR Actions: S - Select I - Insert R - Repeat D -Delete IMS DLI/ A Env BMP Description _ DLIPROD DLI Prod DLI Environment D_BMPRGNA BMP BMP Region A DLITEST DLI Test DLI Environment ----------------------------------------------------------- **************** | <productname> -- Confirm Member Delete - | COMMAND ===> | | Data Set Name: | FM.INST.IMSENV | | Member to be Deleted: | BMPRGNA | | Y Confirm subsequent member deletes? | | ENTER to confirm delete. | CANCEL or END to cancel delete. | -----------------------------------------------------------
  3. Press Enter to proceed with the delete, or press CANCEL or END to prevent the member delete from occurring.
    The environment member is deleted.
Specify the IMSID or IMSGROUP name of the IMS control region to connect to in BMP mode