How can I disconnect and connect a CCITCPGW connection?

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Issue/Introduction



How can I disconnect and connect a CCITCPGW connection?

Environment

  • Supported z/OS Level
  • CA Common Services r14.1

Resolution

According to Level 2, the proper way to handle a CCI disconnection depends on the PROTOCOL used to establish the connection.  For example, a customer has his connection setup as follows:

PROTOCOL(TCPIPGW,7000)
NODE(TCPIPGW,PLEXTST.XYZ.COMPANY.COM,5,CCIGW2)
CONNECT(CCIGW2)

Level 2 advised that based on this CCITCPGW connection setup, the following are the correct Disconnect/Connect commands: 

F CCITCPGW,DISCONN,sysid 

F CCITCPGW,CONNECT,sysid 

Where sysid = the unique one through eight character identifier of the remote CAICCI system to be disconnected/connected.  

These commands can be used at will, without any problems with ENF.