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HOW TO PRE-ALLOCATE THE CA DIRECTORY FOR TSS LDAP 14.0 INSTALLATION.

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Article ID: 51386

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ACF2 ACF2 - DB2 Option ACF2 for zVM ACF2 - z/OS ACF2 - MISC 24X7 High-Availability Manager for DB2 for z/OS Batch Processor Compile QQF Data Compressor for DB2 for z/OS CA Unicenter NSM RC/Update for DB2 for z/OS DB2 TOOLS- DATABASE MISC Top Secret Top Secret - LDAP

Issue/Introduction

Description:

As part of the install of CALDAP R14 Sp01 (CDT9E00), there are no instructions on pre-allocating the /CA/ Directory for the SMP/E install.

Solution:

The following sample JCL can be used to create the CA directory:

//JobName  JOB ( ACCT)                                                       
//ESDMKDIR EXEC PGM=BPXBATCH,                                                
//       PARM='sh cd /Your/Install_Ldap/Directory; mkdir CA;           X     
//             cd CA'                                                        
//STDOUT   DD SYSOUT=*                                                       
//STDERR   DD SYSOUT=*                                                       

The "/Your/Install_Ldap/Directory" is the one that has to match with:

                                                                             
 /* CHANGE THE FULLY QUALIFIED PATH TO YOUR NAMING   */                      
 /* CONVENTIONS.  ENSURE THAT YOU INCLUDE /CA/ AT    */                      
 /* THE END OF THE PATH TO ACCOUNT FOR THE SMP/E     */                      
 /* COPY OF THE UNIX MODULES.                        */                      
 /*                        */                              

ADD DDDEF(CAIHFS) PATH('/Your/Install_Ldap/Directory/CA/').

In job: CAI.R9E0SPxx.SAMPJCL(CDT9UCSI) and has to be run before it.
The alternative is to create the CA directory under either OMVS or ISHELL.

The HFS file has to be mounted first.

Environment

Release:
Component: TSSLDP