Updates that apply to IMS High Performance Unload V1.2 User's Guide (SC27-0936-07)
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Date of change: November 2013
Change description: Documentation changes by APAR PM97558. This APAR adds a new control statement, SKIPAUTH, for the HSSR Engine. You can use this control statement to bypass IMS DBRC database authorization for HALDB partitions.
Topics: Changes apply to the following multiple topics.
> 2.0 Unloading IMS databases
>> 2.9 Options for HSSR Engine
>>> 2.9.1 Overview of HSSROPT control statements
SKIPAUTH control statement has been added to the following table:
Table. List of HSSROPT control statements for HSSR Engine
(Table 28 in PDF and BookManager formats)
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|SKIPAUTH||Specifies whether to bypass IMS DBRC database authorization for HALDB partitions.|
>> 2.9 Options for HSSR Engine
The following new topic has been added:
SKIPAUTH control statement
The SKIPAUTH control statement specifies whether to bypass IMS DBRC database authorization to avoid DBRC authorization failure (DFS047A) for HALDB partitions.
SKIPAUTH YES is effective only when the HALDB is processed in the ULU region. Otherwise, it is ignored.
Code the SKIPAUTH keyword to bypass IMS DBRC database authorization.
Specify one of the following operands:
Requests HSSR Engine to bypass IMS DBRC database authorization.
Requests HSSR Engine not to bypass IMS DBRC database authorization. NO is the default value.
>> 7.2 Messages and codes
>>> 7.2.4 Messages
>>>> 220.127.116.11 FABH messages
The following two new messages have been added:
FABH0677E INVALID SKIPAUTH CONTROL STATEMENT IS SPECIFIED
Explanation: An incorrect operand is specified on the SKIPAUTH control statement in the HSSROPT data set. The operand must be either YES or NO.
System action: The incorrect statement is ignored.
User response: Correct the SKIPAUTH statement and then rerun the job.
FABH0696I "SKIPAUTH YES" IS APPLICABLE ONLY TO HALDB
Explanation: SKIPAUTH YES is specified in the HSSROPT data set. This control statement is applicable only to HALDBs.
System action: HSSR continues processing. If the database is a HALDB, IMS DBRC database authorization request is bypassed.
User response: If you want to avoid DBRC authorization failure (DFS047A) for non-HALDBs, specify DBRC=N and then rerun the job.
The following two messages have been deleted:
- FABH0385E JCB POINTERS TO SDB'S NOT OK
- FABH0392E SECONDARY LIST OF LP NOT FOUND
Date of change: September 2012
Change description: User's guide correction
> 3.0 Tuning and customizing HSSR application jobs
>> 3.7 Site default options
>>> 3.7.1 How the runtime parameters are determined
The first paragraph has been replaced with the following paragraph:
IMS HP Unload uses the parameter values that are specified in the HSSROPT, HSSRCABP, SYSIN, and CARDIN data sets. If parameter values are not found in these data sets but in the FABHOPT option table, values in the FABHOPT option table are used. If parameter values are not found in the data sets nor in the FABHOPT option table, the system default values are used.
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