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How to start CCILGR STC?

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Issue/Introduction

Question:

How is the CCILGR STC started?

 

Answer: 

The CCILGR procedure gets started by CA-ENF with the presence of the LOGGER control statement defined in the CCI parameter file (eg. CCIPARMS).

When ENF starts and encounters the LOGGER statement, an internal CCI spawn service is invoked to start the CCILGR task.

Subsequently, when CA-ENF terminates it will shutdown (cancel) the CCILGR task. If the CCILGR task is stopped (eg. P CCILGR), it will automatically get restarted by CA-ENF. If for some reason the CCILGR task is not restarted automatically, it is recommended that it be restarted using ENF command: F ENF,LOGGER

If you don't want the CCILGR procedure to start, comment or remove the LOGGER statement from the CCI parameter file.

If the CCILGR task is already running and you want to shut it down and not restart, CANCEL the task. 

 

Additional Information:

You can check the CA Common Services r14.1 Administration Guide for information about CCILGR.

Bookshelf: https://support.ca.com/cadocs/0/CA%20Common%20Services%2014%201-z%20OS-ENU/Bookshelf.html

Documentation Wiki: https://docops.ca.com/display/CCSZOS141/CA+Common+Services+for+zOS+Home

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