TMOOPTxx Options Table

The following table includes TMOOPTxx (TMOOPT00) options with a short description of their purpose, default, permitted values, and where you can find more information:
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The following table includes TMOOPTxx (TMOOPT00) options with a short description of their purpose, default, permitted values, and where you can find more information:
User Modifiable Options
Description
Default
Permitted Values
More Information
ABE
Sets the abend retention period.
1
0 to 366
ACTRT
Determines if
CA 1
exit for IEFACTRT is to be installed.
NO
YES, NO
ADGDG
Allows pseudo GDGs to be handled the same way as true GDGs.
NO
YES, NO
AUDB4
Controls processing when updating a TMC record (either volume or DSNB).
NONE
BATCH, ALL, NONE
AUDDSN
Defines the Audit data set name.
CAI.CA1.AUDIT
MVS Data Set Name
CDAY
Specifies how
CA 1
treats data sets assigned Cycle Control EXPDTs 99001 through 99364.
DAY
See link.
CJOB
Specifies how
CA 1
treats data sets assigned Cycle Control EXPDTs 99001 through 99364.
DSN
See link.
CMD
Facilitates control of commands for online users.
NO
YES, NO, or EXT
COADDR
Defines your address in reports.
YOUR COMPANY ADDRESS
Variable
COCITY
Defines your city in reports.
YOUR COMPANY CITY
Variable
CONAME
Defines your company name in reports.
YOUR COMPANY NAME
Variable
CREATE
Defines the level of access that is required to create a data set on tape.
UPDATE
CREATE, UPDATE
CYD
Defines the Vault Management System tape cycle.
NO
YES, NO
DATEFMT
Specifies your preferred date format pattern.
DEFAULT (Julian)
N/A
DCHG
Enforces that the tape mounted for output is of the same density as that specified in the JCL.
This option has been made obsolete.
YES
YES, NO
DSEALL
Determines whether data set erase is required for tapes being processed as scratch tapes by TMSCLEAN.
NO
YES, NO
DSN
Allows
CA 1
to perform special real-time post processing functions.
TMSDISP
Between 1 and 8 characters
DSNB
(With OCEOV) Controls read, update, create, or alter access for secondary data sets.
NO
YES, NO
EXPSECA
Controls the use of permanent retention or other long expiration dates.
NONE
ABEND, WARN, NONE
EXPSECV
Specifies the retention value used to control long expiration dates at your installation.
0
0 to 99999
FORNDSN
Determines whether a security verification is made for nonresident tape data sets.
NONE
INPUT, OUTPUT, ALL, NONE
FUNC
Controls special real-time functions.
NO
YES, EXT, NO
ISPFDEF
Allows the specification of a default ISPF and TIQ profile.
USERINQ
Eight Characters
KEYTAP
Specifies the default retention for tape data sets processed through the automatic CHECKIN facility.
This option has been made obsolete.
LDATE/007
Variable
LAB
Prints off a label for a tape.
NO
YES, NO
LCHG
Controls dynamic label changes during real-time processing.
NO
YES, NO, EXT
LOGSVC
Indicates whether external security logging can be performed for successful SVC I/O operations to the TMC or Audit files.
ALL
UPDATE, NONE, ALL
MIXEXP
Specifies what
CA 1
does with a mixed expiration date.
WARNING
LOG, WARNING, DISALLOW
NLWTOR
Controls whether IECTMS1 is issued when a tape is requested by specific VOLSER and no labels are present.
YES
YES, NO
OCEOV
Controls OPEN/CLOSE/EOV processing.
NO
YES, NO
OCTLG
Determines how Catalog Control processing is done either in TMSCLEAN or using the TMSCTLG utility.
YES
YES, NO
PMASK
Allows the default pattern masking characters shipped with
CA 1
to be changed to user specified values.
#@!?*
Variable
PSWD
Limits the use of internal profiles to specific users for online access.
NO
YES, NO
QSAMBF
Determines the size of the I/O buffers allocated for a data set being processed using the QSAM access method.
This option has been made obsolete.
20
1 to 99
RC
Specifies when tapes are removed from Cycle Control.
0
0 to 999
RECRE8
Controls processing during recreation of a tape.
REMOVE
KEEP, REMOVE
REDM
Adds an additional number of days to the system date by the EDM when it instructs
CA 1
to expire a volume.
0
0 to 999
RO
Overrides the RDS.
NO
YES, NO
ROBSCR
Indicates if the real-time robotic interface is invoked when a tape is put into scratch status.
NO
YES, NO
RP
Specifies the default retention time.
5
0 to 999
RPGDG
Specifies the default retention time for GDG data sets.
OPEN
See link.
RR
Specifies when tapes are recreated in a rerun.
0
0 to 999
RV
Specifies the minimum number of days that a tape must be held if it is being returned from a vaulted location and used in an input request.
30
0 to 999
R9
Specifies when tapes are removed from Catalog Control by the TMSCTLG utility.
0
0 to 999
SCRALL
Scratches a volume only if all secondary files are expired.
YES
YES, NO
SCRCAT
Controls whether TMSCLEAN selects tapes for scratching that are still cataloged, even when not under Catalog Control.
YES
YES, NO, GDG
SECWTO
Controls whether WTOR is issued when TMSINIT is executed as a started task.
YES
YES, NO
SHUTDWN
Specifies shutdown value.
CA1(TMS)
Variable
SMS
Controls when the SMS Subsystem Interface is linked to obtain the SMS Management Class name for the data set being processed.
NO
YES, NO, EXT
SR
Determines whether TMSCLEAN applies the maximum retention specification for a data set management class
NO
YES, NO
TCHG
Specifies whether you allow dynamic changes to recording technique.
This option has been made obsolete.
YES
YES, NO
THAUDT
Places warning threshold limits on the number of Audit records written.
80
Percentage
THDSNB
Places warning threshold limits on the number of DSNB records used.
90
Percentage
TMCDSN
Defines the TMC data set name.
CAI.CA1.TMC
MVS Data Set Name
TW
Specifies the elapsed time before a session times out.
02
1 to 29 minutes
UJI
Determines whether
CA 1
exit for IEFUJI is to be installed.
NO
YES, NO, REINIT
UNCATA
Controls the uncatalog operation.
NO
YES, NO, GDG
UNDEF
Changes the external security return code.
ALLOW
ALLOW, FAIL
USI
Determines whether
CA 1
exit for IEFUSI is to be installed.
NO
YES, NO, REINIT
WRKFLS
Determines whether work files can be created. Set to NO if you are using an IBM ATL or VTS System.
This option has been made obsolete.
NO
YES, NO
YSVC
Controls access to the
CA 1
SVC.
NO
YES, NO, EXT