I am creating deploy for test locations that live on remote locations. Our endevor instance is on node 4 and I want to deploy for test to a location that is on 3 remote locations, node 1, 10, and 14. Is this possible to use package ship to send the deliverables there? How do I set that up?
As Richard points out, package shipments can be made from D2T target locations to remote locations, using the standard Endevor package shipment process. Additionally there is an add-on "bundle" from Services that can automate package shipments from any Endevor location to 0 or more destinations. D2T targets qualify.
As an administrator, I want to define a "do nothing" process(or) for GENERATE in (for example) production that really "does nothing" so that I do not accidentally create or delete load members or other output components or relational information. For many years, I have been preaching "do not allow generates in production" only to realize…
That commitment to Segregation of Duties is an indication that your company is well managed. Individual employee self-interests sometimes conflicts with the business self-interest, therefore businesses that enforce Segregation of Duties are likely to preform better over the long term, particularly for larger businesses whose employees specialize.…
I am setting up deploy for test sandboxes. I have environment DEVELOP with Stage 1 and Stage 2. Stage 1 will be compiled with debug on. Then move with generate process to stage 2 with debug off. Can I set up deploy for test sandboxes for each stage? For example, from stage 1, deploy for test sandboxes TESTMFD and TESTMFA. From stage 2, deploy for…(Show moreShow less)
This video will help you locate and navigate the CA mainframe software compatibility and lifecycle information links. When you upgrade CA or IBM mainframe software, you need to know requirements, software levels – a whole host of information. This video will help you find this information quickly.
We are pleased to announce the next release of CA Trusted Access Manager for Z -- the only mainframe solution on the market which enables security leaders to restrict and monitor all activity by privileged identities on the mainframe. CA Trusted Access Manager for Z Release 1.1 offers additional functionality: Ability to monitor and control…(Show moreShow less)
Just a heads up to anyone using the Mainframe Webhook Server for CA Endevor SCM - Version 2.3 has been posted on the update site (available from the "Mainframe Webhook Server Document" link on the CA Endevor SCM Maintenance Grid page). This version corrects a number of issues and adds some additional logging enhancements.
I have my first big project: upgrading to Endevor v18. I don't know the first thing about what to do, so I am going to ask a bunch of questions. My first question is what all steps are involved? My second question would be which of those steps are done by me? I'm sure that I'll have many more questions. Thanks in advance to anyone that can give…(Show moreShow less)
Hi Monica, Good Day. Could you please share the Endevor upgrade plan document? It will be very helpful for my Endevor upgrade activity. Thanks in advance. Mailto : R_GopalakrishnanKothandapani@emblemhealth.com
Hi, You may know by now that CA Technologies is now a Broadcom company. Prior to this infusion, the Endevor implementation used the USERID@CA.COM as the email address in the ESMTPTBL so that notifications could be sent via email. Does anyone use the ESMTPTBL with a USER.NAME@company.com syntax? Can anyone offer advice OTHER than requesting an…(Show moreShow less)