Updates that apply to IMS Batch Backout Manager for z/OS , Version 1.1

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Updates that apply to IMS Batch Backout Manager for z/OS , Version 1.1 (SC18-7066-02)

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The most recent updates appear at the top of the list.



Update 8
Date of change: April 4, 2012
Topics:
How to specify options
Change description:
Added IJS information after the Global records description

IJS (IMSID/Jobname/Step name) records
IJS records are used to specify options for specific job steps. With these records, you can select a specific job step by specifying one or more of the following characteristics: Jobname, PROC step name, Job step name, program name, or PSB name. The format of IJS records are shown in the following table.
Table 1. IJS mask entry record format
Column Description
1-3 Record type. Must be coded as IJS.
5-8 IMSID. Specifies the name that is coded for IMSID= for an IMS step. If the IMSID= parameter is not specified in the JCL, then
Program Restart Facility uses the default IMSID for that environment, which is specified in module DFSVC000 in the IMS
RESLIB data set.
10-17 Job name. Specifies the name of the jobs that uses these options.
19-26 PROC Step. Specifies the name of the step that is coded within a PROC. The PROC is executed within a job. If a PROC is not used
in a job, specify ******** so that the IJS statement is applied to the step.
28-35 Job Step. Specifies the name of the step that executes a PROC.
37-44 Program name. Specifies the name of the IMS application program that is used in an IMS step. Specify the program name by using MBR= when you run IMS PROCs DLIBATCH, DBBBATCH, or IMSBATCH.
46-53 PSB name. Specifies the name of the IMS PSB that is used in an IMS step. Specify the PSB name by using PSB= when you run IMS PROCs DLIBATCH, DBBBATCH, or IMSBATCH.
55-120 Parameters. Specifies inclusion option parameters for IMS steps that match all the values that were previously specified.

The values for the job, step, program, and PSB names can include asterisks
(*). The asterisk character is a wildcard character that is a substitute for
any single character. You can bypass the selection of a value by coding the
value as all asterisks; for example, you can specify ******** for a PSB name.



Update 7
Date of change: April 4, 2012
Topics:
How to specify options
Change description:
Each instance of "PGM, PSB, or JOB" was changed to include IJS.



Update 6
Date of change: April 4, 2012
Topics:
Messages and codes
Change description:
Added a new message

BCM073W INCLDSN SYNTAX ERROR statement
Explanation:
The IJS statement included a syntax error in the Inclusion Options data set.
System action:
The statement is ignored and processing continues.
User response:
Verify the syntax of the IJS statement. The values that are specified for the IMSID, jobname, step names, program name, and PSB name are all positional parameters that must be coded in specific columns. See the IJS mask entry format table for more information about IJS syntax.



Update 5

Date of change: April 3, 2012
Topics:
System requirements , Overview of the customization process
Change description:
Updated system requirements
IMS Batch Backout Manager supports IMS Versions 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 running on OS/390, Version 2 Release 8 or later, or z/OS Version 1 Release 1 or later.



Update 4

Date of change: April 3, 2012
Topics:
Installing the bypass logging option
Change description:
Added IMS V12 information
For IMS V12, receive and apply sample usermod BCMUM12A.



Update 3

Date of change: May 7, 2010
Topics:
Appendix A. Messages and Codes -> Messages
Change description:
Added new messages: BCM012I, BCM015E, BCM035I, BCM043E, BCM051W, BCM055I, BCM056I, BCM057E, BCM058W, BCM059E, BCM060W, BCM061W, BCM062W, BCM063E, BCM064E, BCM065E, BCM066E, BCM067E, BCM068E, BCM070I, BCM071E, BCM072W.

messages_bcmuga12.pdf



Update 2

Date of change: May 7, 2010
Topics:
Appendix A. Messages and Codes -> Messages
Change description:
Message CVR007 is changed to message BCM002I.

BCM002I BCM ESTAI CMPC= nnnnnnnn
Explanation:
The job has abended with completion code nnnnnnnn.
System action:
The job continues to terminate abnormally.
User response:
No action is required. This message is informational only.



Update 1

Date of change: March 17, 2010
Topics:
Chapter 3. Configuring the basic product environment -> Environmental control statements
Change description:
Chapter 1, the section titled "System Requirements." (PK74371)

System Requirements

Batch Backout Manager supports IMS Versions 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 running on OS/390, Version 2 Release 8 or later, or z/OS Version 1 Release 1 or later. No minimum maintenance level is required for any version of IMS.

In Chapter 2, the section titled "Overview of the customization
process" under the heading "Before you customize Batch Backout
Manager:," replace the first bulleted item with the following sentences:

You have installed the product requisites. Batch Backout Manager supports IMS Versions 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 running on OS/390 V2R8 or later or z/OS V1R1 or later. No minimum maintenance is required for any version of IMS.

In Appendix B, the section titled "Installing the bypass
logging option", make sure the following bulleted items are
added:

o For IMS V9, receive and apply sample usermod BCMUM91A.
o For IMS V10, receive and apply sample usermod BCMUM10A.
o For IMS V11, receive and apply sample usermod BCMUM11A.

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IMS Batch Backout Manager V1R1 PDF

Publication number

SC18-7066-02

Copyright date

2007

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More support for:

IMS Tools
IMS Batch Backout Manager

Software version:

1.1.2

Operating system(s):

z/OS

Reference #:

7018310

Modified date:

2010-05-11

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