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Is SOL 155 applied to Rel 12 of CA MAT ?

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Article ID: 190414

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Products

Mainframe Application Tuner

Issue/Introduction

We are upgrading to Rel 12.0  We need to know if this SOL is applied to Rel 12.0.  Also we need to know how many modules are changed by SO10901, and is there an eyecatcher in the modules that we can look for?

APAR #: SO10901                                                               
Product: MATUNE     Release: 12.0        Solution #: 155       Type:           
     OS: OS           Group: MFTEST GBL SUP 1                                  
  Title: MAT DOES NOT HONOR RC IN CICS GLUE CODE

Environment

Release : 12.0

Component : CA MAINFRAME APPLICATION TUNER

Resolution

One can tell if an APAR is on their CA MAT 12.0 CSI by running a SMP/e job with the following control cards...

SET BDY(GLOBAL).
LIST SYSMODS APARS PTFS.
SET BDY(CAIT0).
LIST SYSMODS APARS PTFS.
SET BDY(CAID0).
LIST SYSMODS APARS PTFS.

The client needed the PTF...he asked what modules were modified by it so he could move just those to production libraries and what eyecatcher he can look for in the modules...

L2 answered

The modules are in the CEESPLD library.

CEY3LOAD is the load library for the Dynamic Area Manager, which is a component of MAT.

CEETLOAD is the load library for the Performance Management Assistant, which is also a component of MAT.

Let me know if you need more information.

Yes, you can copy those 10 modules.


You can verify that the maintenance is on by browsing the CEESPLD library.  Select one of the interested modules and find the string #MID.  You should see the following:

#MID­...ç.y....TC68CFTC CEESC00  ~RMID(SO10901)~ 20191121 14.08

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BTW, if you use CA Mainframe Software Manager (also known as Chorus Software Manager) you can install, configure, deploy and maintain many CA products.  This would eliminate the manual effort of identifying updated modules and copying them to your clients' libraries.  Each client would be considered a separate deployment.  You might want to look into it here.