By performing the enablement of the above products, it allows you to exploit z/OS as a server, thus supporting you in your e-business endeavours.
SystemPac with e-business enabled using IBM default mode provides a base for you to further tailor your system. Detailed instructions are provided in the SystemPac installation guide to inform you what has been done and what configuration was setup. With minimal effort, you should be able to tailor your environment such that selected workstations connected to the z/OS host will be able to access the internet using a browser.
If NFS is in the order, a default configuration is also supplied with the component. You can use this as a base for your further tailoring to match that of your environment so that you can access host data from your workstation or access remote data on other NFS servers.
Similarly for InfoPrint Server, selected function of the product is configured if ordered. You can use this as a base for your further tailoring to match that of your environment so that you can exploit the product to transmit output from z/OS system to printers or servers in a TCP/IP network.
SystemPac comes with e-business enabled in IBM default mode. This means that the following activities are performed on your behalf:
If the InfoPrint Server is included in your SystemPac order, the following are configured and customized:
If NFS is included in your SystemPac order, a default configuration is supplied including:
This allows you to access host data from your workstation or access remote data on other NFS servers
If CICS Transaction Server for z/OS is included in your SystemPac order, common data sets that are required for CICS initialization and CICS logstreams to MVS LOGR are defined:
If DB2 for z/OS is ordered the selected functions are configured:
|Format UADLIST from TSO address **||✓||-|
|Toleration maintenance research/PTFs**||✓||-|
|Installation & Verification|
|Integrated subsystem - NCP DB2, CICS, IMS||✓||-|
|Full volume dump (DFDSS) format||✓||-|
|System built and IPL'ed with supplied IODF||✓||-|
|Collection of IODF thru Web (optional)||✓||N/A|
|No Installation Dialog to be executed using Full Volume Dump||✓||-|
|'Load and Go' on your preferred DASD types using full volume dump. Driving system not required.||✓||-|
|Customization parameter collection (assisted by IBM specialists)||✓||N/A|
|Subsystems isolated from z/OS or from themselves||✓||N/A|
|User preferred SYSNAME defined.||✓||✓|
|Indirect Cataloging and IEASYM specifications using Full Volume Dump||✓||-|
|Dynamic products to zones assignment||✓||-|
|Specification of TSO addresses using Full Volume Dump||✓||-|
|Resource Recovery Services setup||✓||-|
|Enablement of Security Server (RACF) using Started class, provide with a sample RACF database||✓||✓|
|WLM Goal Mode initial setup with sample policy||✓||✓|
|Customized SDSF Server (ISFPARM)||✓||-|
|Support for multiple global CSIs per SREL using Full Volume Dump||✓||-|
|IMS basic customization using Full Volume Dump||✓||-|
|Enablement of z/OS System Logger||✓||✓|
|Selective JES installation and optional zone merge||✓||✓|
|msys for Operations setup||✓||✓|
|Subsystem parmlibs provided||✓||✓|
|Monoplex (single-system sysplex) setup||✓||✓|
|SMS active with a small configuration||✓||✓|
|Temporary file system set up for /dev and /tmp||✓||✓|
|Recommended System Layout support||✓||✓|
|HFS and zSeries file system suppport||✓||✓|
|UNIX System Services enabled in full function mode||✓||✓|
|TCP/IP enabled using IBM Default||✓||✓|
|HTTP/WebSphere Application Server enablement||✓||-|
|z/OS Network File Server initial setup||✓||-|
|z/OS InfoPrint Server initial setup||✓||-|
|CICS TS 2.2 and 2.3 Log Manager initial setup||✓||-|
|CICS TS 2.2 and 2.3 External Interface setup||✓||-|
|CICS TS 2.2 and 2.3 Web Support and 3270 Bridge initial setup||✓||-|
|DB2 8.1 and 7.1 ODBC and JDBC setup||✓||-|
|DB2 8.1 and 7.1 Stored Procedure (both DB2-established and WLM-established) setup||✓||-|
|DB2 8.1 and 7.1 Net.Data initial setup||✓||-|
|MQSeries 5.2.0 and 5.3.1 for z/OS initial setup||✓||-|
|WebSphere Application Server 5.0.0 and 5.1 for zSeries initial setup, customization including its following prerequisites||✓||-|
|Resource Recovery Services, IBM Software Developer Kit for z/OS, SDK Java 2 technology 1.3.1, IBM HTTP Server, DB2 Versions 8.1 and 7.1||✓||-|
|z/OS UNIX System Servicez/OS System Logger
Security Server (RACF)
Workload Manager Goal Mode
|Selective Follow-On Services (SFS) maintenance packages, tailored to your system||✓||-|
|Non-marketed products ordering|
|Order products which were withdrawn from marketing***||✓||-|
** Function offered in selected geographies. Please check with your IBM representative.
*** For a list of products available for selection in SystemPac, refer to the SystemPac product list.
When you decide to install/upgrade your z/OS, there may be other systems software that may require associated toleration maintenance, e.g. the driving system, accompanying systems, etc. IBM can offload the task of performing the research for this toleration service by providing you with the necessary toleration maintenance PLUS all the necessary pre-req. and co-req. PTF(s) which you need to install the service on your other systems. All you need to do is tell us which z/OS or subsystems (DB2, CICS,IMS) version/release you are installing and provide us with cop(ies) of your SMP/E configurations for the other system(s). We will send you the toleration maintenance as well as all related service applicable to your CSIs. This will save you the time it currently takes for you to perform all the toleration research.
CSIs can be sent to manufacturing centers via internet.
Depending on the geography, the toleration maintenance management is usually offered as an added value to the SystemPac offering or bundled into larger contracts. For details, contact your geography for information.
Note: Toleration maintenance management is only available in selected geographies in Europe, e.g. Germany, UK, France. In the US,toleration maintenance is available through ServiceLink if you have a SoftwareXcel contract with IBM.
If you are a SoftwareXcel customer, please click on the link below, logon to IBMLink. Go to ServiceLink SRD application and follow the instructions to place your order.
If you are not a SoftwareXcel customer, click on the link below to view information about SoftwareXcel. To request that IBM contact you, simply press the "Call me now" button on the SoftwareXcel information screen.