Updates that apply to Tools Base IMS Tools Knowledge Base V1.3 User's Guide (SC19-3397-00)
The most recent update is listed first.
Date of change: April 24, 2012
Topic: Chapter 2. Configuring an initial installation of IMS Tools KB -> Defining IMS Tools Knowledge Base to the operating system
Change description: Updated the statement in step 3 of Updating SYS1.PARMLIB.
|Defining IMS Tools Knowledge Base to the operating system
You must define IMS™ Tools Knowledge Base to the operating system of every system that hosts either a server or an application that either reads or writes to the IMS Tools Knowledge Base server (including the IMS Tools Knowledge Base ISPF user interface).
Update the SYS1.PARMLIB file with the appropriate information that defines IMS Tools Knowledge Base to the operating system that hosts the participating IMS tool.
This procedure stages the configuration settings. These changes take effect at the next initial program load (IPL).
Note: To use the IMS Tools Knowledge Base product immediately, you can dynamically define IMS Tools Knowledge Base, as explained in the next topic of this section.
To update the SYS1.PARMLIB file, complete the following steps:
Date of change: April 17, 2012
Topic: Chapter 12. Conversion Utility -> Conversion Utility commands
Change description: Moved topic from Chapter 12. Conversion Utility to Chapter 6. Repository administration, and changed name from "Conversion Utility commands" to "IMS Tools KB server commands," added usage examples, and updated descriptions.
Date of change: March 27, 2012
Topic: Chapter 3. Configuring an existing installation of IMS Tools
Change description: Added information to clarify the requirement to convert all IMS Tools KB V1.1 or V1.2 Input, Output, Sensor, and Registry data sets to the IMS Tools KB V1.3 repository. Added information regarding the deprecation of the DELETE and RESTORE functions in IMS Tools KB V1.3.
|Configuring an existing installation of IMS Tools KB (migration)
IMS™ Tools Knowledge Base provides common services for storing and viewing resources (such as RECON IDs, IMS RECON data set names, reports, sensor data, Autonomics Director objects, Discovery Utility data, policies, and rules) that are generated or used by other participating IMS Tools products.
The following topics describe the procedures that are required to configure, start, and test the migration of an existing installation of IMS Tools KB.
Date of change: March 27, 2012
Topic: Chapter 11. IMS Tools Discovery Utility -> Using the Discovery Utility
Change description: Updated the sample member to correct syntax.
|Using the Discovery Utility
You can run the Discovery Utility by modifying and submitting the JCL.
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