Datacom/AD was installed but the Datacom Multi-User-Facility (MUF) log shows this informational message in the startup section:
DB00215I - CA Datacom/DB Version 15.1.02
How to verify what Datacom product is in use?
Here are two options to answer the question:
In the MUF log, look for the message DB00201I. Here is an example for AD and another for DB from their corresponding MUF logs:
DB00201I - MULTI-USER ENABLED, CXX=cxxname MUFNAME=admufname
DB00201I - MULTI-USER ENABLED, CXX=cxxname MUFNAME=bdmufname
Ignore the CXXname and MUFname, but look at the last two characters of this line. This will tell you whether the MUF is running as an AD MUF or a DB MUF. This comes from the MUF Startup Option DATACOM AD or DATACOM DB. which can be seen closer to the top of the log, like this one for AD:
DB01900I - DATACOM AD
or this one for DB:
DB01900I - DATACOM DB
Run a batch DBUTLTY job on each LPAR with SYSIN:
You will see the list of MUF NAMEs, the DC (Datacom) column showing AD or DB along with other information.
Here is a snippet of an MVS report run showing two MUFs, one an AD MUF and the other, a DB MUF:
MUF NAME STATUS REL JOB NAME JOB ID CXX NAME DC ENBL-MDHMS ...
ADMUF ENABLED 15.1 ADMUFJOB JOB12345 ADMUF AD 1011142539 ...
DBMUF ENABLED 15.1 DBMUFJOB JOB54321 DBMUF DB 1003154557 ...
Message DB00215I tells the software version...since Datacom/AD is built on top of the Datacom/DB code, it will always show Datacom/DB.