SupportPac CH0A provides a request monitoring utility for CICS Transaction Gateway. It is designed to help identify possible performance-related problems and failing requests.
SupportPac CH0A provides, for IBM CICS Transaction Gateway (CICS TG), the capability to log a single line message for any request that exceeds a specified response time, or fails to complete with an ECI_NO_ERROR . It also provides a regular statistics summary and can be requested to log any request currently in flight that has exceeded the specified response time.
The output of the exit is configurable and kept to a minimum so that the performance impact is as low as possible. In addition, logging can be dynamically enabled and disabled though CICS TG request monitoring exit control.
Systems monitoring and notification of possible performance problems. Analysis of performance related issues.
Skill level required:
System administrator with understanding of the configuration of CICS TG.
What's new in this release (V1.1)?
- Added support for CICS TG V9.1
Author: Paul Crockett, CICS TG Development, Hursley
Last Updated: 29Sep14
Current Version: 1.1
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To download the SupportPac:
1. Click on the link in the table below, under Download Options, and save the file to your local machine.
2. Extract the saved file to a temporary directory on your target machine. This will create the necessary installation files.
3. Follow the instructions in the included documentation to complete installation of this SupportPac.
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Category 2 SupportPacs are provided in good faith and AS-IS. There is no warranty or further service implied or committed and any supplied sample code is not supported by IBM product service channels.
Please read the license file that accompanies the SupportPac, to determine if you want to use it.
To view the complete portfolio of CICS SupportPacs, go to the CICS SupportPacs Home Page
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