ca.portal.admin

OTZ for 16.2 Users

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Jul 22, 2005
Hello fellow listers. I've just finished installing 16.2 and applying
subsequent maintenance into our DBA CV. The new messages identifying
the release level in the startup JES log and ""ENTER NEXT TASK CODE""
messages are nice, but they say ""16.0"". I asked CA for a OTZ to change
this to ""16.2"", to accurately identify the release level. The zap is as
follows:

NAME RHDCCSA RHDCCSA
VER 000600 F1F6,F0F0
REP 000600 F1F6,F0F2

Works nice. I suppose I will make up a USERMOD. But for now, I just
applied it manually. Also, this requires a recycle to take effect.

Thanks to Ed M. and Cal D.! As always, much appreciated.

Rikki Kirschner
DDPMI IDMS Database Administration
(517) 347-5772

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Normal
Re: IDMS Printer Destination
"Derek,

The default print destination P100 is defined in the SYSGEN for the
printer pterm, say for example P100 as follows:

ADD PTERM P100
*+       DATE CREATED IS      03/31/99
*+       DATE LAST UPDATED IS 01/25/05
*+       PREPARED BY PZY6X0
*+       REVISED  BY QZHJT7
ENABLED
IN LINE VTAMP
MAXIMUM ERRORS IS 3
PRINTER DESTINATION IS P100
READBUFFER
TYPE IS V3286
ACQUIRE
NOHOLD
RELEASE
MODEL IS 2
NAME IS P100
NOFORMFEED
.
The Printer Destination Is P100 establishes the default printer
destination for WRITE TO PRINTER requests issued from the physical
terminal.


5. How could I amend the default print destination permanently?

This can be done by modifying the printer destination in the SYSGEN for
the printer Pterm e.g.
MOD PTERM P100
PRINTER DESTINATION IS P200.

Alternatively you can define a Signon Profile and associate it with the
user-id. When the user signs on to IDMS, the signon profile is
automatically executed to issue a DCUF Set Print Dest command

IDD 16.0 ONLINE NO ERRORS DICT=SYSTEM
ADD MOD SETDEST
LANGUAGE IS DC

MOD SOURCE FOLLOWS
DCUF SET PRINT DEST P200
MSEND

MOD USER QZHJT7

SIGNON PROFILE SETDEST LANGUAGE IS DC.

DIS USER QZHJT7
*+   ADD

*+   USER NAME IS QZHJT7

*+       DESCRIPTION IS 'PAUL MAK'

*+       PASSWORD IS ASSIGNED

*+       IDD SIGNON IS ALLOWED

*+       SIGNON PROFILE IS SETDEST VERSION IS 1 LANGUAGE IS DC

*+       AUTHORITY FOR UPDATE  IS (

*+           ALL )

*+       DEFAULT FOR PUBLIC ACCESS IS ALL

V10 Release 16.0 >>> EDS Research CV <<< Enter next task:
s qzhjt7 xxxxxxxx

The signon profile SETDEST is executed

clist SETDEST
dcuf SET PRINT DEST P200
IDMS DC402009 V10 PRINT DESTINATION HAS BEEN SET V10 Release 16.0 >>>
EDS Research CV <<< Enter next task:

DCUF SHOW PRINT DEST
PRINT DESTINATION: P200


The user can also execute the CLIST SETDEST at any time to DCUF Set
Print Dest P200. You can create different clist to set different print
destination, if you like.

6. In Security Administration Manual (Chapter 12.0 Syntax for
securing
global resources; Subtopic 12.3 ALTER USER PROFILE),

You can create a user profile with the PRTDEST attribute to set the
print destination when you log on to IDMS. This is done in OCF. The user
profile is stored in the SYSUSER.DDLSEC area

OCF 16.0 ONLINE IDMS,NO ERRORS DICT=SYSTEM
CREATE USER PROFILE ""DBA-USER-PROF""
ATTRIBUTE
DICTNA = ' ' OVERRIDE YES ,
PRTDEST = 'P200' OVERRIDE YES
;

ALTER USER QZHJT7
PROFILE ""DBA-USER-PROF"";
*+ Status = 0        SQLSTATE = 00000

OCF 16.0 ONLINE IDMS,NO ERRORS DICT=SYSTEM
DIS USER QZHJT7
*+ Status = 0        SQLSTATE = 00000
*+   CREATE USER ""QZHJT7""
*+       USER IS ACTIVE
*+       DESCRIPTION 'PAUL MAK'
*+       NAME 'PAUL MAK'
*+       PASSWORD ASSIGNED
*+       PROFILE DBA-USER-PROF
*+       DATE CREATED 2003-07-21-12.56.21.469245 BY PZY6X0
*+       DATE LAST UPDATED 2003-08-06-15.24.57.732123 BY PZY6X0
*+       WITHIN GROUP DBA
*+       HOLDS SYSADMIN PRIVILEGES
*+       HOLDS SIGNON PRIVILEGES ON SYSTEM SYST0010


After the user is logged in and you issue a DCUF SHOW PRTDEST, you will
get:

DCUF SHOW PRTDEST
PRTDEST :P200
V10 Release 16.0 >>> EDS Research CV <<< Enter next task:

Regards,
Paul Mak
Email : mailTo:paul.mak@eds.com
Phone : +61 2 9378 0503
Mobile : +61 419 398 116
Fax : +61 2 9378 0935
Mail : EDS Australia South Applications Delivery Unit
Level 3, 36-46, George Street, Burwood, NSW 2134, Australia

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