CCX - FREEALL

This page describes the initialization parameters from CCX through FREEALL:
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This page describes the initialization parameters from CCX through FREEALL:
 
 
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CCX
A set of user-defined carriage control specifications for carriage control identifiers 
X.
 
Specify any alphanumeric character (other than A or M) for 
X
, the carriage control identifier.
  •  
    c
     -- Specifies the carriage control character
  • Specify c as either a one-character carriage control character or a two-character hexadecimal representation of the carriage control character.
 You must specify the characters blank, comma (,), and slash (/) in hexadecimal representation (40, 6B, and 61, respectively).
  •  
    b1, b2, …, b99
     -- Specifies the number of lines to skip (0 to 99) before writing the data
  •  
    c1, c2, …, c12
     -- Specifies the channel to skip to (1 to 12) before writing the data
To indicate that no data is to be written, specify an asterisk (*) where:
  •  
    a1, a2, …, a99
     -- Specifies the number of lines to skip (0 to 99) after the data is written or the total number of lines to skip when no data is written (when you specify an asterisk [*] for 
    b
    )
  •  
    c1, c2, …, c12
     -- Specifies the channel to skip to (1 to 12) after the data is written or the channel to skip to when no data is written (when you specify an asterisk [*] for 
    b
    )
For example, to define and assign the standard set of ASA carriage controls to the identifier U, specify the following:
CCU=40/1/0,0/2/0,-/3/0,+/0/0,
1/C1/0,2/C2/0,3/C3/0,4/C4/0,
5/C5/0,6/C6/0,7/C7/0,8/C8/0,
9/C9/0,A/C10/0,B/C11/0,C/C12/0
 
Syntax:
 
CCX=
c1/b1/a1,c2/b2/a2,...
 
 
Default:
 None
DAYS
Specifies whether a new cycle automatically initiates on one of the seven days of the week (Monday through Sunday).
  •  
    Y
    Indicates that a new cycle is to be automatically initiated on a particular day.
  •  
    N
    Inhibits the automatic initiation of a new cycle on a particular day.
 
Syntax:
 
DAYS=
xxxxxxx
 
 
Default:
 YYYYYYY
DBTHRESH
Specifies the threshold percentage of checkpoint capacity.
 
cc
 is a value from 1 to 99, and specifies the checkpoint threshold.
 
Syntax:
 
DBTHRESH=
cc
 
 
Default:
 80
When the threshold of the checkpoint is reached, the following message displays:
RMOCPT05 
nnn
 PERCENT UTILIZATION OF CHECKPOINT DSN=
data-set-name
 
DEFDEL
Indicates whether recipients can delete the report from archive or alter the archive status within CA View.
Valid values are:
  •  
    YES
    Permits recipients to delete the report from the archive or alter the archive status.
  •  
    NO
    Prevents recipients from deleting the report or altering the archive status.
 The value set by DEFDEL either explicitly or implicitly is used to set the DEL value for new recipients added to Report Definition Distribution Specifications or Distribution List Specifications. This value does not change the settings of existing recipient definitions.
 
Syntax:
 
DEFDEL=YES / NO
 
Default:
 YES
DEFOUT
Indicates whether output is to be printed, or tracked or untracked for view only.
Valid values are:
  •  
    YES
    Creates printed output.
  •  
    TRACK
    Creates tracked, view-only output.
  •  
    NO
    Creates untracked, view-only output.
  •  
    EMAIL
    Creates EMAIL, view-only output
 The value set by DEFOUT either explicitly or implicitly is to be used to set the OUT value for new recipients that are added to Report Definition Distribution Specifications or Distribution List Specifications.
This value does not change the settings of existing recipient definitions.
 
Syntax:
 
DEFOUT=YES / TRACK / NO / EMAIL
 
Default:
 YES
DEFREPRT
Indicates whether recipients can reprint reports within CA View.
Valid values are:
  •  
    YES
    Recipient can reprint the report.
  •  
    NO
    Recipient is not allowed to reprint the report.
 The value set by DEFREPRT either explicitly or implicitly is to be used to set the REPRT value for new recipients added to Report Definition Distribution Specifications or Distribution List Specifications. This value does not change the settings of existing recipient definitions.
 
Syntax:
 
DEFREPRT=YES / NO
 
Default:
 YES
DEFRVIEW
Indicates whether the recipient has restricted viewing privileges for the report within CA View.
This parameter provides the ability to view through non-secured logical views and prevents the use of the VIEW command.
Valid values are:
  •  
    YES
    Recipient can only access the report with a non-secured logical view and is prohibited from using the VIEW command
  •  
    NO
    Recipient can access the report through any logical view and can use the VIEW command to create or change the logical view.
 The value set by DEFRVIEW either explicitly or implicitly is to be used to set the RVIEW value for new recipients that are added to Report Definition Distribution Specifications or Distribution List Specifications.
This value does not change settings of the existing recipient definitions.
 
Syntax:
 
DEFRVIEW=NO / YES
 
Default:
 NO
DYNRCHAR
The DYNRCHAR parameter identifies the replacement character that is used for invalid characters found in a dynamic report or distribution name.
The following characters are supported for a dynamic report or distribution name. The designated replacement character replaces all other characters.
  • Letters(A-Z)
  • Numbers(0-9)
  • Period (.)
  • National characters($,#,@)
  • Percent (%)
  • Cent (¢)
  • Exclamation (!)
  • Slash(/)
  • Underscore(_)
  • Dash(-)
  • Blank ( )
  • Less than(<)
  • Left parenthesis“(“
  • Plus (+)
  • Bar(|)
  • Ampersand (&)
  • Right parenthesis “)”
  • Semicolon (;)
  • Not Sign (¬)
  • Broken bar (¦)
  • Comma (,)
  • Greater than(>)
  • Question mark (?)
  • Colon(:)
  • Single quote(‘)
  • Equal (=)
  • Double quote(“)
 
Syntax:
 
DYNRCHAR=
x
 
 
Default:
 "."
EFORMAT
The name of the banner page that contains the default email format template. This template supplies the information that specifies where CA Spool is to deliver the message.
 This value can be overridden at the DISTID level and also on the report level.
 
Syntax:
 
EFORMAT= 
xxxxxxxx
 
 
Default:
 EMAIL
EMAILQ
The default Class, DEST, Form, and Writer for all email messages sent by CA Deliver are defined.
These values route the email message to a CA Spool email printer. To be sure that the values specified on the EMAILQ definition route the file to CA Spool for delivery, check the CA Spool parameter deck. There are several input interfaces used by CA Spool customers -- one, or all of them are available at your site.
 You can use the EMAIL PARMS section of the email template to override these values.
 
Syntax:
 
EMAILQ=
class/dest/form/writer
 
 
Default:
 None or "///"
EXTSEC
Specifies whether calls are to be made to external security.
  • If you specify YES or UNIQUE, external security calls are to be made. The difference between them is in the resource names that are used.
  • Specify EXTSEC=UNIQUE if you need separate rules for one or more regions. This causes external security calls to use the "RMO#." prefix, where the # sign is replaced with the region’s SYSID= value.
     For EXTSEC=YES or EXTSEC=UNIQUE to be in effect, the started task must have been started at least once since the last IPL.
  • If you specify NO, external security calls are not made.
  • For EXTSEC=YES or EXTSEC=UNIQUE, you can also specify whether a list presented to a user contains all elements (NOLIMIT) or only those that the user is authorized to see (LIMIT).
    The default is LIMIT.
 
Syntax:
 
EXTSEC=NO (YES,LIMIT) (YES,NOLIMIT) (UNIQUE, LIMIT) (UNIQUE, NOLIMIT)
 
Default:
 NO
EXTTRAN
If you use external security (RACF, CA ACF2 Security, CA Top Secret Security) and the report id contains characters from the extended special character set, specify this parameter as EXTTRAN=YES.
YES causes extended special characters to be translated automatically to ‘_’ underscores before the RACROUTE security call.
 
Syntax:
 
EXTTRAN=xxx
 
Default:
 NO
FEATURE
Occasionally, new features are added to CA Deliver and are given a number.
The features are activated with this parameter.
  • To activate more than one new feature, enclose the numbers in parentheses and separate them with commas such as: FEATURE=(1,7)
  • To deactivate all features, specify the feature parameter without any sub-parameter values, such as: FEATURE=
 
Syntax:
 
FEATURE=
 
Default:
 None
FEATURE=1
FEATURE 1 enables the Security RACROUTE WTO to produce informational messages which can be used to diagnose security problems.
  • To enable, add number 1 to the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
  • To disable, remove the number 1 from the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
 
Syntax:
 
FEATURE=1
FEATURE=2
Feature 2 enables the banner LRECL to be set to the report's LRECL.
  • To enable, add the number 2 to the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
  • To disable, remove number 2 from the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
 
Syntax:
 
FEATURE=2
FEATURE=3
Feature 3 disables checking for 
cloned
 Sysouts. If this feature is enabled, it is possible to archive multiple copies of a report if the JOBPARM COPIES field is set to a number greater than one.
  • To enable, add the number 3 to the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
  • To disable, remove the number 3 from the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
 
Syntax:
 
FEATURE=3
FEATURE=4
Feature 4 enables the special CBIS BUNDLE and UNBUNDLE code. This code processes bundles based on #BUNDLE or #UNBUNDLE placed in the special instruction fields.
  • To enable, add the number 4 to the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
  • To disable, remove the number 4 from the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
 
Syntax:
 
FEATURE=4
FEATURE=5
Feature 5 enables the JES3 BNDLMOUT enhancement. This enhancement attempts to group bundled reports that contain compatible print attributes together.
  • To enable, add the number 5 to the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
  • To disable, remove the number 5 from the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
 
Syntax:
 
FEATURE=5
FEATURE=6
Feature 6 enables an optional feature which is helpful for clients converting from CA Dispatch to CA Deliver.
When this option is enabled, CA Deliver does not count BLANK lines when processing a STACK report. Therefore if a STACK report is looking for something on line 1, it is interpreted as the first non-blank line.
  • To bypass blank line counting, add the number 6 to the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
  • To disable, or count blank lines, remove the number 6 from the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
 
Syntax:
 
FEATURE=6
FEATURE=7
FEATURE 7 allows the changes made by RMORRQUX to the fields ICBJNAM, ICBSNAM, ICBPNAM, and ICBJID to be saved.
These changed fields are used for the database search but are not copied to the Archival Print Attributes (APA) unless this feature is set.
 
Syntax:
 
FEATURE=7
FEATURE=8
FEATURE 8 forces LINECT=0 if the JCL in a job does not specify a LINECT. If your CA View reprints are incorrectly aligned with the default line count of the printer, you can optionally use FEATURE 8 to align them correctly.
 
Syntax:
 
FEATURE=8
FEATURE=9
FEATURE 9 enables translation of Swedish national characters that are found in Report IDs and that are contained in email addresses generated by CA Deliver.
  • To enable, add the number 9 to the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
  • To disable, remove the number 9 from the CA Deliver FEATURE startup parameter and recycle the CA Deliver started task.
 
Syntax:
 
FEATURE=9
FREEALL
Specifies whether all SYSOUT data sets created by CA Deliver are freed at close time and spun off for printing.
If you specify NO or you use the default, the only SYSOUT data sets freed at close time are those created by CA Deliver for a DD statement in which the FREE=CLOSE parameter is specified.
 
Syntax:
 
FREEALL=
xxx
 
 
Default:
 NO