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High-level qualifer for the temporary libraries as well as the global zone in GEN4RECD.

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Article ID: 41778

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Gen Gen - Workstation Toolset Gen - Host Encyclopedia Gen - Run Time Distributed

Issue/Introduction

Question: 

In the RECEIVE installation job, does this populate both the temporary libraries as well as the global zone?  Is the highlevel qualifier the same?

Environment:  

CA Gen release 8.5

Answer: 

The Receive job, GEN4RECD, reads those REL files and creates its own copy using a different PREFIX for SMPTLIB, specified during the GEN3CSI job, which allocates the CSI: 

ADD OPTIONS(OPTGBL) 
DSSPACE(200,100,500) 
DSPREFIX(SMPETEMP)… prefix used when SMP/e dynamically allocates its REL files.  This is not to be confused with the downloaded REL files.  The downloaded REL files use the DASDHLQ high-level qualifer. 

LKED(IEWL) 
ASM(ASMA90) 
RETRYDDN(ALL) 
RECZGRP(ALLZONES) . 
ADD UTILITY(ASMA90) NAME(ASMA90) RC(0) 

See GENSEDIT member to see the instructions to change the SMPETEMP variable:
/* DISKUNIT - Enter the disk unit name. */ 
/* SMPETEMP - Enter the prefix for SMPTLIB datasets. Warning - */ 
/* If you use .CAI as the last node of the SMPETEMP */ 
/* prefix, and DASDHLQ is set to a similar value */ 
/* without the .CAI node, problems can occur and the */ 
/* products may not install. */ 
/* Example: DASDHLQ = ABC.DEF */ 
/* SMPETEMP= ABC.DEF.CAI --- THIS WILL FAIL */ 

GLOBALHLQ has nothing to do with the SMP/e temporary files.  It is used when populating the GLOBAL zone.

GLOBALHLQ should not be confused with SMPETEMP, which is documented in the GENSEDIT member.

Environment

Release: KGNDDL99000-8.5-Gen-DBP Developer License
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