To run the generated jobs

After the installation and configuration jobs are created, you must run them. 
  1. $103DWNL, #103GET, and #103PUT download the product image files.

    Which files you run depends on the method you used to obtain the Installation System:

    Method usedWhat to runSee
    Direct file transfer$103DWNLTo run the $103DWNL job
    Distributed file transfer#103GET and #103PUTTo run #103GET and To run #103PUT
    Physical media#103PUTTo run #103PUT
  2. The remaining jobs create the SMP/E and runtime environments for the products you are installing.

    Complete the To run the remaining jobs procedure.

After running the jobs, your products are installed and configured.

Many products require customization before starting them, such as creating CLISTs. Additionally, many products can be customized to meet your site's needs. For more information, see Customizing after installation.

To run the $103DWNL job

  1. Run the $103DWNL job.

The product image files are downloaded.

To run #103GET

  1. Copy the #103GET file to your workstation by using the transfer program of your choice, and name it #103GET.txt.
  2. Perform the following steps:
    1. On your workstation, open a command prompt and go to the drive and folder to which you want to download the product image files.
    2. Execute the following command to download the product image files:

      ftp -n -s:'myPath/#103GET.txt'

      Make sure the command prompt is pointing to path where the product files reside and update myPath with the path where you saved the #103GET.txt file.

      Message 250 Transfer completed successfully. displays at the end of each file transfer, and message 221 Quit command received. Goodbye. displays at the end of the output.

      Note

      This command is case sensitive.

      If an error occurs, the following items are common causes:

      • The quotation marks are missing.
      • If you copied and pasted the command, the dashes in front of n and s can be misinterpreted. Type the dashes manually.

    The product image files are downloaded to your workstation.

To run #103PUT

  1. Copy the #103PUT file to your workstation by using the transfer program of your choice, and name it #103PUT.txt.
  2. Update the following variables in the #103PUT.txt file:

    Variable

    Description

    Your_zOS_SSID

    Domain name server (DNS) host name for your mainframe subsystem

    Your_Mainframe_UserID

    Your mainframe user ID

    Your_Mainframe_Password

    Your mainframe password

  3. Execute the following command:

    ftp -n -s:'myPath/#103PUT.txt'

    Update myPath with the path to where the product image files reside.

    Note

    This command is case sensitive.

    If an error occurs, the following items are common causes:

    • The quotation marks are missing.
    • If you copied and pasted the command, the dashes in front of n and s can be misinterpreted. Type the dashes manually.

    The product image files are uploaded to your mainframe.

To run the remaining jobs

  1. Read the checklist members in your JCL library.

    These members contain instructions for running the generated jobs and for performing manual tasks. The job names shown in the checklist reflect the naming convention you specified on the job options panels.

    The following checklists are created:

    • $IJCKLST contains instructions for the installation jobs.
    • $CJCKLST contains instructions for the configuration jobs.
  2. Run the installation jobs by performing each step in the $IJCKLST checklist.

    Each job contains comments that explain the function of the job, provide detailed instructions for running the job, and list the acceptable return codes for the job.

    Best Practice

    Before running the RECEIVE and APPLY processes on new products or maintenance in an existing environment, run the ACCEPT process on all previously installed products and maintenance.

  3. Run the configuration jobs by performing each step in the $CJCKLST checklist.

    Each job contains comments that explain the function of the job, provide detailed instructions for running the job, and list the acceptable return codes for the job.


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