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:

z/OS UNIX System Services is enabled in full function mode

TCP/IP set-up and enablement in IBM default mode

WebSphere Application Server for z/Series is enabled

InfoPrint Server is customized and setup (optional)

z/OS Network File System is customized and setup

CICS Transaction Server for z/OS is set up and exploited (optional)

DB2 Universal Database Server is setup and exploited (optional)

Work Load Manager (WLM) is configured in goal mode with a sample policy

Resource Recovery Services (RRS) is implemented

IBM HTTP Server is enabled

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Toleration maintenance