You can invoke CAUNZIP online as a TSO command or from a batch job running under the IKJEFT01 Terminal Monitor Program. If you invoke CAUNZIP as a TSO command, you must allocate the SYSOUT files that are listed in the sample job DD statements manually.
You can invoke CAUNZIP online as a TSO command or from a batch job running under the IKJEFT01 Terminal Monitor Program. The utility resides in
yourCCSHLQ.CAW0JCL. If you invoke CAUNZIP as a TSO command, you must allocate the SYSOUT files that are listed in the sample job DD statements manually.
CAUNZIP supports the following required and optional parameters:
- ZIPPATH(pathname)Path where ZIPFILE is located. The path name is case-sensitive.Example:ZIPPATH(/u/maint/CA/CAESD)
- ZIPFILE(yourfilename.zip)Name of the file in ZIPPATH that you downloaded from Broadcom Support. The file name is case-sensitive.Example:ZIPFILE(yourfilename.zip)
- JAVAPATH(pathname)The path name for Java. Any 31-bit or 64-bit version of Java 5 or higher is supported. The path name is case-sensitive.Example:JAVAPATH(/usr/lpp/java/J6.0)
- TEMPHLQ(yourhlq)The high-level qualifier that is used when creating temporary data sets. CAUNZIP creates at least 300 cylinders of temporary data sets that are cleaned up when it finishes.
- (Optional) TEMPPRIM(primary-allocation)The optional temporary primary allocation for temporary data sets.
- (Optional) TEMPSEC(secondary-allocation)The optional secondary allocation for temporary data sets.
The following SYSOUT data sets are produced depending on the contents in the zip file for the maintenance order:
- ZIPRPTContains the CAUNZIP summary report. This report provides a summary of the content of the product order zip file with JCL for executing the SMP/E RECEIVE processing. In addition, the report includes details about the content of each of the data sets and z/OS UNIX files that are produced.
- SYSTSPRTContains messages that are produced during CAUNZIP utility processing, including any error messages.
A z/OS UNIX order directory is created in the ZIPPATH that is specified. The directory name is derived from the ZIPFILE name:
- SMPNTSContains GIMZIP archive files and associated metadata files for all extracted PTFs, APARs, and HOLDDATA in the zip file. You can use this directory as the SMPNTS input to SMP/E RECEIVE FROMNTS processing.
- SMPTXTContains a single TEXTFILE that contains PTFs/APARs in the zip file, concatenated and separated with headers. Review them before installing PTFs in the zip file.