REXX stem variables and sample values for ADD, CHANGE, and GET

The following table displays a list of variables and example values for the TOMEXEC ADD, CHANGE and GET functions.

Some variables are index variables and their value is the number of occurrences of the variable that have been returned. That index number becomes a node within the variable name for the specific values for each variable. Any variable that contains an n as a node in the variable name also has an index variable.

REXX stem variables and values:  object ADD, CHANGE, or GET

The following table lists variables (and example values) that can be set or assigned before issuing the TOMEXEC ADD and CHANGE functions and are returned after issuing the TOMEXEC GET function for objects (OBJECT).

REXX stem variables and sample values: object ADD, CHANGE, or GET

REXX stem variable

Description of variable

Examples of values

LINE.AFFINITY

Determines the priority that TOM gives to the eligible systems listed in the Valid Systems field for the object

HIGH

LINE.CNTL

Specifies whether TOM controls the status of this object

ACTIVE

LINE.CNTL.SCHD.0

Number of optional schedules to suspend control2
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.ILOGICSuspend Control command schedule logicAND
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.TYPESuspend Control command schedule type (values INCLUDE or EXCLUDE)INCLUDE
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.FROMTIMEHhmmss10000
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.TOTIMEhhmmss20000
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.FROMDATEyyyymmdd20080801
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.TODATEyyyymmdd20080802
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.DURING.SETSet nameHoliday set
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.DURING.DAYDay calendar entryMYDAYS
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.DURING.TIMETime calendar entryShift1 
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.DURING.PERIODPeriod calendar entryHolidays
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.FROMNAME.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.FROMNAME.TIMETime calendar entrySecond shift
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.FROMNAME.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup1
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.TONAMED.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.TONAMED.TIMETime calendar entryNight shift
LINE.CNTL.SUSP.n.TONAMED.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup2
LINE.DEPEVAL

Indicates whether or not dependencies on other object and/or sets are satisfied

Value can be YES or NO

YES
LINE.SCHEDEVAL

Indicates whether or not dependencies on schedules are satisfied

Value can be YES or NO

YES
LINE.WLMEVAL

Indicates whether or not the IPLLEVEL is satisfied

Value can be YES or NO

YES

LINE.DESCR

Description of the object

TEST OBJECT DEFINITION

LINE.LOCKIPL

Indicates whether TOM should set the object's status to 'LOCKED' at IPL

YES

LINE.MDLTYPE

Specifies that this definition is a model from which other objects inherit properties

NO

LINE.MODEL

Name of the model or object from which this object should inherit some or all of its properties

VALOBJXX

LINE.PRODUCT

Name of the managed object type

STM

LINE.SHORTNAME

Specifies the short name of an object

OBJ1

LINE.IPLLEVEL

IPL level for this object which determines when TOM starts the object

MINIMAL

LINE.AUTODETECT

Specifies whether TOM automatically detects an object in the system using extension-specific logic.

YES

LINE.ACTCHKPGM.n.LABEL

User-defined label associated with this Active-Check Program command.

ACTCHK1

LINE.SERVER.n.CLABEL

User-defined label associated with this Connect command.

CONCT1

LINE.SERVER.n.DLABEL

User-defined label associated with this Disconnect command.

DISCT1

LINE.STM.ABENDEVT.n.CMDLABEL

User-defined label associated with this abend event for a STM object.

ABND1

LINE.UPM.ABENDEVT.n.CMDLABEL

User-defined label associated with this abend event for a UPM object.

ABND1

LINE.STOPORDER

Specifies the order that TOM uses to stop objects in a dependency tree.

TOPTOBOTTOM

LINE.SYSFAILURE

Specifies whether TOM should automatically move this object to another system in its VSL if its ACTIVE system fails or stops.

YES

LINE.TYPE

Identifies the object type as either normal or transient

TRAN

LINE.USER1

1 to 32 characters user-specified text

USER ATTRIBUTE 1

LINE.USER2

1 to 32 characters user-specified text

USER ATTRIBUTE 2

LINE.USER3

1 to 32 characters user-specified text

USER ATTRIBUTE 3

LINE.USER4

1 to 32 characters user-specified text

USER ATTRIBUTE 4

LINE.USER5

1 to 32 characters user-specified text

USER ATTRIBUTE 5

LINE.USER6

1 to 32 characters user-specified text

USER ATTRIBUTE 6

LINE.USER7

1 to 32 characters user-specified text

USER ATTRIBUTE 7

LINE.USER8

1 to 32 characters user-specified text

USER ATTRIBUTE 8

LINE.USERNOTES

1 to 2048 characters user-specified text

USER NOTES DESCRIPTION

LINE.STM.NAME

MVS name of a started task that TOM will monitor as an object

Valid only for STM objects.

STCNAME

LINE.STM.STEP

Step name of the started task to be monitored

Valid only for STM objects.

STCSTEP

LINE.UPM.IDJOB

Job name that TOM uses to identify the USS objects when there are multiple instances of the object on the system

MYJOB1

LINE.STATUS

Contains the object status

ACTIVE

LINE.HOSTS.0

Number of entries in the valid systems list

2

LINE.HOSTS.n.SYSNAME

System name of this entry

SJSC

LINE.HOSTS.n.STATUS

Status of object on this system

ACTIVE

LINE.HOSTS.n.OMODE

Current operating mode

MAINT

LINE.HOSTS.n.SOMODE

Operating mode used to start the object

MAINT

LINE.HOSTS.n.INITSTRT Object initiation start time on this system 11:24:36.90-19199 
LINE.HOSTS.n.INITSTOP Object initiation stop time on this system 11:24:37.16-19199 
LINE.HOSTS.n.TERMSTRT Object terminate start time on this system 11:47:32.31-19158 
LINE.HOSTS.n.TERMSTOP Object terminate stop time on this system 11:47:34.17-19158

LINE.HOSTS.LOCAL

Index to the local system in the valid systems list

2

LINE.UPDATED.TOD

Time of day when the object was last updated

hh:mm:ss

LINE.UPDATED.USERID

User ID of the last person that updated the object

user ID

LINE.REINST.TYPE

Type of reinstatement (MANUAL or IPL)

IPL

LINE.REINST.IPL.CONFIRM

Indicates whether TOM will issue a WTOR after an IPL and then wait for a response to confirm starting an object when it is in SUSPEND control and Y is specified in the Reinstate at IPL? field

YES

LINE.REINST.IPL.CONFIRM.COUNT

Specifies the number of IPLs after which the object’s control will be changed from SUSPEND to ACTIVE (values 1 to 99,999)

123

LINE.REINST.IPL.CONFIRM.

Specifies how many minutes TOM should wait for an operator response to the WTOR before responding with the default reply (values 00:00:01 to 24:00:00)

00:00:30

LINE.REINST.IPL.CONFIRM.DEFAULT

Specifies how TOM should reply to the WTOR after the Reinstatement time out (values YES or NO)

NO

LINE.REINST.IPL.COUNT

Number of IPLs after which TOM starts the object when it is in SUSPEND control and Y is specified in the Reinstate at IPL? field

2

LINE.DEP.0

Number of dependency entries for this object

1

LINE.DEP.n.NAME

Name of the object or set on which this object depends

If the dependency property name is @OMODE then the value associated with this variable cannot be the name of a set.

AAOCSMN1 TOM OBJECT

LINE.DEP.n.OP

Comparison symbol to use when comparing specified value to the value in the named property

EQ

LINE.DEP.n.PROP

Dependency property name

Property names of @STATUS and @OMODE are defined in TOM.

@STATUS

LINE.DEP.n.SYSNAME

For the @STATUS dependency property, is the name of the system where TOM checks the parent object for the dependency property value

SJSC

LINE.DEP.n.VALUE

Dependency property value (such as @STATUS) to compare to the parent object property value

If the dependency property name is @OMODE, this variable's value must contain the command label of a start command defined to the parent object. The command label must also be specified with the OMODE parameter in BBPARM member MAMINIxx.

ACTIVE

LINE.DEP.n.DEPNAME

One to eight character name assigned to a dependency for the object

D1

LINE.DEPFORM.0

Number of dependency formulas for this object

1

LINE.DEPFORM.n.TEXT

The dependency formula made up of one or more boolean expressions

D1 = 'TRUE' OR D2 = 'TRUE'

LINE.DEP.n.CHILDSTR

Relationship strength between the object and its dependency (either a parent object or set)

WEAK

LINE.SCHD.ILOGIC

Calendar dependencies logic AND or OR

AND

LINE.SCHD.0

Number of schedules defined for the object

1

LINE.SCHD.n.DESCR

Schedule description

SCHED1

LINE.SCHD.n.TYPE

Schedule type (object should be up or down)

INCLUDE

LINE.SCHD.n.FROMTIME

hhmmss

80000

LINE.SCHD.n.TOTIME

hhmmss

150000

LINE.SCHD.n.FROMDATE

yyyymmdd

20080827

LINE.SCHD.n.TODATE

yyyymmdd

20080828

LINE.SCHD.n.DURING.SET

Set name

Holiday Set

LINE.SCHD.n.DURING.DAY

Day calendar entry

MYDAYS

LINE.SCHD.n.DURING.TIME

Time calendar entry

Shift1

LINE.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Holidays

LINE.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.SCHD.n..FROMNAME.TIME

Time calendar entry

MON

LINE.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Second shift

LINE.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAY

Day calendar entry

Night shift

LINE.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIME

Time calendar entry

Backup1

LINE.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup2

LINE.SCHD.GCO.0

Number of global calendar override definitions for the object

1

LINE.SCHD.GCO.n.DESCR

Global calendar override description

VAL GCO 1

LINE.SCHD.GCO.n.TYPE

GCO schedule type (object should be up or down)

EXCLUDE

LINE.SCHD.GCO.n.FROMTIME

hhmmss

80000

LINE.SCHD.GCO.n.TOTIME

hhmmss

90000

LINE.SCHD.GCO.n.FROMDATE

yyyymmdd

20080825

LINE.SCHD.GCO.n.TODATE

yyyymmdd

20080826

LINE.PRESTART.0

Number of pre-start command entries for this object

1

LINE.PRESTART.n.CMD

Command name and parameters for this entry

RES1

LINE.PRESTART.n.DESCR

Description of this pre-start entry

PRESTART EXEC1

LINE.PRESTART.n.INTVL Number of seconds to wait before executing the command

nn


LINE.PRESTART.n.LABEL

User defined label associated with this pre-start command

DISASTER

LINE.PRESTART.n.TYPE

Pre-start command type (such as EXEC, USS, and so on)

Valid values are EXEC, USS, MVS, AOSV, TOM, VPUT, LOG, JRNL, WTO.

EXEC, USS, MVS, AOSV, TOM, VPUT, LOG, JRNL, WTO

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.0

Number of schedules defined for this pre-start command

1

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.ILOGIC

Pre-start command schedule logic

OR

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.FROMTIME

hhmmss

10000

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.TOTIME

hhmmss

20000

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.FROMDATE

yyyymmdd

20080901

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.TODATE

yyyymmdd

20080902

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.DURING.SET

Set name

Holiday Set

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.DURING.DAY

Day calendar entry

MYDAYS

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.DURING.TIME

Time calendar entry

Shift1

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Holidays

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIME

Time calendar entry

Second shift

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIME

Time calendar entry

Night shift

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup1

LINE.PRESTART.n.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup2

LINE.PRESTART.n.SPAWNJOB

For pre-start command type of USS, specifies the job name of the address space where the pre-start command USS process runs

SYSP01

LINE.PRESTART.SUSPSuspend Pre-start value (values YES or NO)YES
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.0Number of optional schedules to suspend Pre-start2
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.ILOGICPre-start command suspend schedule logicAND
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.TYPEPre-start command suspend schedule type (values INCLUDE or EXCLUDE)INCLUDE
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMTIMEHhmmss10000
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.TOTIMEhhmmss20000

LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMDATE

yyyymmdd20080801
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.TODATEyyyymmdd20080802
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.SETSet nameHoliday set
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.DAYDay calendar entryMYDAYS
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.TIMETime calendar entryShift1 
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIODPeriod calendar entryHolidays
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIMETime calendar entrySecond shift
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup1
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIMETime calendar entryNight shift
LINE.PRESTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup2

LINE.PRESTART.n.TIMEOUT

Number of seconds to wait for the command to complete if LINE.PRESTART.n.WAITCMPL=Y or null

This is used for LINE.PRESTART.n.TYPE=MVS|TOM.

nn


LINE.PRESTART.n.USERNAME

For pre-start command type USS, specifies the user-name to be used to execute this pre-start command USS process

PRODOPR1

LINE.PRESTART.n.WAITCMPL 

Indicates whether to wait for the command to complete before executing the next pre-start command, or the start command if this is the last pre-start command 

The default is Y.

Y or N


LINE.POSTSTRT.0

Number of post-start commands for this object

1

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.CMD

Post-start command name and parameters for this entry

RES1

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.DESCR

Description of this post-start entry

PRESTART EXEC1

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.INTVL

Number of seconds between executions of this post-start command

30

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.LABELUser defined label associated with this post-start commandCOLD

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.MAX

Maximum number of executions of this post-start command

3

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.0

Number of schedules defined for this post-start command

1

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.ILOGIC

Post-start command schedule logic

OR

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.FROMTIME

hhmmss

10000

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.TOTIME

hhmmss

20000

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.FROMDATE

yyyymmdd

20080901

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.TODATE

yyyymmdd

20080902

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.DURING.SET

Set name

Holiday Set

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.DURING.DAY

Day calendar entry

MYDAYS

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.DURING.TIME

Time calendar entry

Shift1

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Holidays

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIME

Time calendar entry

Second shift

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIME

Time calendar entry

Night shift

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup1

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup2

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.SPAWNJOB

For post-start command type USS, specifies the job name of the address space where the post-start command USS process runs

SYSP01

LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSPSuspend Post-start value (values YES or NO)YES
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.ILOGICPost-start command suspends schedule logicAND
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.TYPEPost-start command suspends schedule type (values INCLUDE or EXCLUDE)INCLUDE
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMTIMEHhmmss10000
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.TOTIMEhhmmss20000
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMDATEyyyymmdd20080801
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.TODATEyyyymmdd20080802
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.SETSet nameHoliday set
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.DAYDay calendar entryMYDAYS
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.TIMETime calendar entryShift1 
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIODPeriod calendar entryHolidays
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIMETime calendar entrySecond shift
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup1
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIMETime calendar entryNight shift
LINE.POSTSTRT.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup2

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.TIMEOUT

Number of seconds to wait for the command to complete if LINE.POSTSTRT.n.WAITCMPL=Y or null

This is used for LINE.POSTSTRT.n.TYPE=MVS|TOM.

nn


LINE.POSTSTRT.n.TYPE

Post-start command type (such as EXEC, USS, and so on)

Valid values are EXEC, USS, MVS, AOSV, TOM, VPUT, LOG, JRNL, WTO.

EXEC, USS, MVS, AOSV, TOM, VPUT, LOG, JRNL, WTO

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.USERNAMEFor post-start command type USS, specifies the user-name to be used to execute this post-start command USS processPRODOPR1

LINE.POSTSTRT.n.WAITCMPL

Indicates whether or not to wait for the command to complete before executing the next post-start command

The default is N.

Y or N


LINE.PRESTOP.0

Number of pre-stop commands for this object

1

LINE.PRESTOP.n.CMD

Command name and parameters for this entry

RES1

LINE.PRESTOP.n.DESCR

Description of this pre-stop entry

PRESTART EXEC1

LINE.PRESTOP.n.INTVL

Number of seconds to wait before executing the command

60

LINE.PRESTOP.n.LABELUser defined label associated with this pre-stop commandSYSP01

LINE.PRESTOP.n.MAX

Maximum number of executions of this pre-start EXEC

3

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.0

Number of schedules defined for this pre-stop command

1

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.ILOGIC

Pre-stop command schedule logic

OR

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.n.FROMTIME

hhmmss

10000

LINE.PRESTOP.n. SCHD.n.TOTIME

hhmmss

20000

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.n.FROMDATE

yyyymmdd

20080901

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.n.TODATE

yyyymmdd

20080902

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.n.DURING.SET

Set name

Holiday Set

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.n.DURING.DAY

Day calendar entry

MYDAYS

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.n.DURING.TIME

Time calendar entry

Shift1

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Holidays

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIME

Time calendar entry

Second shift

LINE.PRESTOP. n.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIME

Time calendar entry

Night shift

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup1

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup2

LINE.PRESTOP.n.TYPE

Pre-stop command type (such as EXEC, USS, and so on)

Valid values are EXEC, USS, MVS, AOSV, TOM, VPUT, LOG, JRNL, WTO.

EXEC, USS, MVS, AOSV, TOM, VPUT, LOG, JRNL, WTO

LINE.PRESTOP.n.SPAWNJOBFor command type USS, specifies the job name of the address space where the pre-stop command USS process runsSYSP01

LINE.PRESTOP.n.TIMEOUT

Number of seconds to wait for the command to complete if LINE.PRESTOP.n.WAITCMPL=Y or null

This is used for LINE.PRESTOP.n.TYPE=MVS|TOM.

nn


LINE.PRESTOP.n.USERNAME

For pre-stop command type USS, specifies the user-name to be used to execute this pre-stop command USS process

PRODOPR1

LINE.PRESTOP.n.WAITCMPL

Indicates whether or not to wait for the command to complete before executing the next pre-stop command or the stop command if this is the last pre-stop command

The default is Y.

Y or N


LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP

Suspend Pre-stop value (values YES or NO)

YES
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.0Number of optional schedules to suspend Pre-stop2
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.ILOGICPre-stop command suspend schedule logicAND
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TYPEPre-stop command suspend schedule type (values INCLUDE or EXCLUDE)INCLUDE
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMTIMEHhmmss10000
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TOTIMEhhmmss20000
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMDATEyyyymmdd20080801
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TODATEyyyymmdd20080802
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.SETSet nameHoliday set
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.DAYDay calendar entryMYDAYS

LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.TIME

Time calendar entryShift1 
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIODPeriod calendar entry

Holidays

LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAYDay calendar entry

MON

LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIMETime calendar entrySecond shift
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup1
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIMETime calendar entryNight shift
LINE.PRESTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup2

LINE.POSTSTOP.0

Number of post-stop command entries for this object

1

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.CMD

Command name and parameters for this entry

RES1

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.DESCR

Description of this post-stop entry

PRESTART EXEC1

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.INTVL

Number of seconds between executions of this post-stop command

60

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.LABELUser defined label associated with this post -stop commandMINIMAL

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.MAX

Maximum number of executions of this post-stop command

3

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.0

Number of schedules defined for this post-stop command of the object

1

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.ILOGIC

Post-stop command schedule logic

OR

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.FROMTIME

hhmmss

10000

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.TOTIME

hhmmss

20000

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.FROMDATE

yyyymmdd

20080901

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.TODATE

yyyymmdd

20080902

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.DURING.SET

Set name

Holiday Set

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.DURING.DAY

Day calendar entry

MYDAYS

LINE.POSTSTOP.n. SCHD.n.DURING.TIME

Time calendar entry

Shift1

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Holidays

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIME

Time calendar entry

Second shift

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIME

Time calendar entry

Night shift

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup1

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup2

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup2

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.SPAWNJOBFor post-stop command type USS, specifies the job name of the address space where the post-stop command USS process runsSYSP01

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.TIMEOUT 

Number of seconds to wait for the command to complete if LINE.POSTSTOP.n.WAITCMPL=Y or null

This is used for LINE.POSTSTOP.n.TYPE=MVS|TOM.

nn


LINE.POSTSTOP.n.TYPE

Post-stop command type (for example, EXEC, USS, and so on)

Valid values are EXEC, USS, MVS, AOSV, TOM, VPUT, LOG, JRNL, WTO.

EXEC, USS, MVS, AOSV, TOM, VPUT, LOG, JRNL, WTO


LINE.POSTSTOP.n.USERNAME

For post-stop command type USS, specifies the user-name to be used to execute this post-start command USS process

PRODOPR1

LINE.POSTSTOP.n.WAITCMPL 

Indicates whether or not to wait for the command to complete before executing the next post-stop command

The default is N.

Y or N


LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP

Suspend Post-stop value (values YES or NO)YES
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.0Number of optional schedules to suspend Post-stop2
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.ILOGICPost-stop command suspends schedule logicAND
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TYPEPost-stop command suspends schedule type (values INCLUDE or EXCLUDE)INCLUDE
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMTIMEHhmmss10000
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TOTIMEhhmmss20000
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMDATEyyyymmdd20080801
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TODATEyyyymmdd20080802
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.SETSet nameHoliday set
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.DAYDay calendar entryMYDAYS
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.TIMETime calendar entryShift1 
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIODPeriod calendar entryHolidays
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIMETime calendar entrySecond shift
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup1
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIMETime calendar entryNight shift
LINE.POSTSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup2

LINE.STARTRETRY.0

Number of RETRY START commands for this object

1

LINE.STARTRETRY.n. CMD

Start-retry command name and parameters for this entry

S VAL0001

LINE.STARTRETRY.n. DESCR

Description of this Start Retry entry

STARTRETRY MVS1

LINE.STARTRETRY.n. TYPE

Start-retry command type.

Valid values are MVS, EXEC, USS, and AOSV.

MVS

EXEC

USS

AOSV

LINE.STARTRETRY.n. MAX

Maximum number of times TOM issues the associated START RETRY command for the object

25

LINE.STARTRETRY.n. TIMEOUT

Maximum number of seconds to wait for the object to become active after TOM has issued the START RETRY command associated with this value

250

LINE.STARTRETRY.n. USERNAME

For start-retry command type USS, specifies the user-name to use to execute the USS process

PRODOPR1

LINE.STARTRETRY.n. SCHD.0

Number of schedules defined for this START RETRY command

1

LINE.STARTRETRY.n. SCHD.ILOGIC

Start-retry command schedules logic

AND

LINE.STARTRETRY.n. SCHD.n. FROMTIME

hhmmss

100000

LINE.STARTRETRY.n. SCHD.n. TOTIME

hhmmss

110000

LINE.STARTRETRY.n. SCHD.n. FROMDATE

yyyymmdd

20080301

LINE.STARTRETRY.n. SCHD.n. TODATE

yyyymmdd

20080302

LINE.STARTRETRY.n.SCHD.n. DURING.SET

Set name

Holiday Set

LINE.STARTRETRY.n.SCHD.n. DURING.DAY

Day calendar entry

MYDAYS

LINE.STARTRETRY.n.SCHD.n. DURING.TIME

Time calendar entry

Shift1

LINE.STARTRETRY.n.SCHD.n. DURING.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Holidays

LINE.STARTRETRY.n.SCHD.n. FROMNAME.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.STARTRETRY.n.SCHD.n. TONAMED.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.STARTRETRY.n.SCHD.n. FROMNAME.TIME

Time calendar entry

Second shift

LINE.STARTRETRY.n.SCHD.n. TONAMED.TIME

Tme calendar entry

Night shift

LINE.STARTRETRY.n.SCHD.n. FROMNAME.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup1

LINE.STARTRETRY.n.SCHD.n. TONAMED.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup2

LINE.STARTRETRY.n..SPAWNJOB

For start-retry command type USS, specifies the job name of the address space where the start-retry command USS process runs.

The job name is associated with address space name where the process is running.

SYSP01

LINE.STARTRETRY.n..LABEL

User defined label associated with this start retry command

WARM

LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSPSuspend Start Retry value (values YES or NO)YES
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.0Number of optional schedules to suspend Start Retry2
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.ILOGICStart Retry command suspends schedule logicAND
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TYPEStart Retry command suspends schedule type (values INCLUDE or EXCLUDE)INCLUDE
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMTIMEHhmmss10000
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TOTIMEhhmmss20000
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMDATEyyyymmdd20080801
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TODATEyyyymmdd20080802
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.SETSet nameHoliday set
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.DAYDay calendar entryMYDAYS
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.TIMETime calendar entryShift1 
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIODPeriod calendar entryHolidays
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAYDay calendar entryMON

LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIME

Time calendar entrySecond shift

LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIOD

Period calendar entryBackup1
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIMETime calendar entryNight shift
LINE.STARTRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup2

LINE.STOP.DEFAULT

Default index number of the STOP command to be issued to stop the object

2

LINE.STOPRETRY.0

Number of RETRY STOP commands for this object

1

LINE.STOPRETRY.n. CMD

Stop-retry command name and parameters for this entry

S VAL0001

LINE.STOPRETRY.n. DESCR

Description of this Stop Retry entry

STARTRETRY MVS1

LINE.STOPRETRY.n. TYPE

Stop-retry command type

Valid values are MVS, EXEC, USS, and AOSV.

MVSEXEC

USS

AOSV

LINE.STOPRETRY.n. MAX

Maximum number of times TOM issues the associated STOP RETRY command for the object

25

LINE.STOPRETRY.n. TIMEOUT

Maximum number of seconds to wait for the object to become inactive after TOM has issued the STOP RETRY command associated with this value

250

LINE.STOPRETRY.n. USERNAME

For stop-retry command type USS, specifies the user-name to be used to execute this stop-retry command USS process

PRODOPR1

LINE.STOPRETRY.n. SCHD.0

Number of schedules defined for this STOP RETRY command

1

LINE.STOPRETRY.n. SCHD.ILOGIC

Stop-retry command schedules logic

AND

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. FROMTIME

hhmmss

100000

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. TOTIME

hhmmss

110000

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. FROMDATE

yyyymmdd

20080301

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. TODATE

yyyymmdd

20080302

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. DURING.SET

Set name

Holiday Set

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. DURING.DAY

Day calendar entry

MYDAYS

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. DURING.TIME

Time calendar entry

Shift1

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. DURING.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Holidays

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. FROMNAME.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. TONAMED.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. FROMNAME.TIME

Time calendar entry

Second shift

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. TONAMED.TIME

Time calendar entry

Night shift

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. FROMNAME.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup1

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.SCHD.n. TONAMED.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup2

LINE.STOPRETRY.n..SPAWNJOB

For stop-retry command type USS, specifies the job name of the address space where the stop-retry command USS process runs

SYSP01

LINE.STOPRETRY.n.LABEL

User defined label associated with this stop retry command

COLD

LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSPSuspend Stop Retry value (values YES or NO)YES
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.0Number of optional schedules to suspend Stop Retry2
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.ILOGICStop Retry command suspend schedule logicAND
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TYPEStop Retry command suspend schedule type (values INCLUDE or EXCLUDE)INCLUDE
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMTIMEHhmmss10000
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TOTIMEhhmmss20000
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMDATEyyyymmdd20080801
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TODATEyyyymmdd20080802
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.SETSet nameHoliday set
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.DAYDay calendar entryMYDAYS

LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.TIME

Time calendar entryShift1
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIODPeriod calendar entryHolidays
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIMETime calendar entrySecond shift
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup1
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIMETime calendar entryNight shift
LINE.STOPRETRY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup2

LINE.START.0

Number of START commands for this object

1

LINE.START.DEFAULT

Number of the default start command

1

LINE.START.DEFLABEL 

Label of the command(s) to be used in the starting of an object (pre-start, start, retry-start, post-start) when not specified on the START operator command

If you specify this value, it overrides the default start command number specified by the value in the LINE.START.DEFAULT variable. The value is also used for scheduled starts of the object such as when TOM determines that the object should be started. For example, when a dependency or schedule specification is met.

Valid values can be up to 32 characters and can accommodate one or more variables; however, only the first eight characters of the resolved value are used.

PRESTART


LINE.START.n. CMD

Command used to start this object

S AAO,JOBNAME=OBJCSMN0

LINE.START.n. DESCR

Description of this START command

START command

LINE.START.n. MAX

Maximum number of times TOM issues the associated START command for the object until it becomes active

10

LINE.START.n. TIMEOUT

Maximum number of seconds to wait for the object to become active after TOM has issued the START command associated with this value

300

LINE.START.n. TYPE

Type of command used to start this object

Valid values are MVS, EXEC, USS, and AOSV.

MVS

EXEC

USS

AOSV

LINE.START.n. USERNAME

For start command type USS, specifies the user-name to use to execute the start command USS process

PRODOPR1

LINE.START.n..SPAWNJOB

For start command type USS, specifies the job name of the address space where the start command USS process runs

SYSP01

LINE.START.n..LABEL

User defined label associated with this start command

MAINT

LINE.ALLSTART.SUSPSuspend All Start value (values YES or NO)YES
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.0Number of optional schedules to suspend All Start2
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.ILOGICAll Start command suspend schedule logicAND
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.TYPEAll Start command suspend schedule type (values INCLUDE or EXCLUDE)INCLUDE
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMTIMEHhmmss10000
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.TOTIMEhhmmss20000
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMDATEyyyymmdd20080801
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.TODATEyyyymmdd20080802
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.SETSet nameHoliday set
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.DAYDay calendar entryMYDAYS
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.TIMETime calendar entryShift1 
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIODPeriod calendar entryHolidays
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIMETime calendar entrySecond shift
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup1
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIMETime calendar entryNight shift
LINE.ALLSTART.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup2
LINE.RESTARTRestart this object

YES or NO

A null values is the equivalent of a NO value

LINE.STOP.0

Number of STOP commands identified for this object

1

LINE.STOP.DEFAULT

Number of the default stop command

1

LINE.STOP.DEFLABEL 

Label of the command(s) to be used in the stopping of an object (pre-stop, stop, retry-stop, post-stop) when not specified on the STOP operator command

If you specify this value, it overrides the default stop command number specified by the value in the LINE.STOP.DEFAULT variable. The value is also used for scheduled stops of the object such as when TOM determines that the object should be stopped. For example, when a dependency or schedule specification is met.

Valid values can be up to 32 characters and can accommodate one or more variables; however, only the first eight characters of the resolved value are used.

PRESTOP


LINE.STOP.n. CMD

Command used to stop this object

P VALCSMN0

LINE.STOP.n. DESCR

Description of this STOP command

STOP command

LINE.STOP.n. MAX

Maximum number of times TOM issues the associated STOP command for the object until it becomes inactive

13

LINE.STOP.n. TIMEOUT

Maximum number of seconds to wait for the object to become inactive after TOM has issued the STOP command

300

LINE.STOP.n. TYPE

Type of command used to stop this object

Valid values are MVS, EXEC, USS, and AOSV.

MVSEXEC

USS

AOSV

LINE.STOP.n. USERNAME

Specifies the user-id to be used to issue the nth stop command for the object

PRODOPR1

LINE.STOP.n..SPAWNJOB

For stop command type USS, specifies the user-name to use to execute the stop command USS process

SYSP01

LINE.STOP.n..LABEL

User defined label associated with this stop command

MAINT

LINE.STOP.SUSPSuspend STOP value (values YES or NO)YES
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.0Number of optional schedules to suspend STOP2
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.ILOGICSTOP command suspend schedule logicAND
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TYPESTOP command suspend schedule type (values INCLUDE or EXCLUDE)INCLUDE
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMTIMEHhmmss10000
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TOTIMEhhmmss20000
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMDATEyyyymmdd20080801
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TODATEyyyymmdd20080802
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.SETSet nameHoliday set
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.DAYDay calendar entryMYDAYS
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.TIMETime calendar entryShift1 
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIODPeriod calendar entryHolidays
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIMETime calendar entrySecond shift
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup1
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIMETime calendar entryNight shift
LINE.STOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup2
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSPSuspend All Stop value (values YES or NO)YES
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.0Number of optional schedules to suspend All Stop2
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.ILOGICAll Stop command suspend schedule logicAND
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TYPEAll Stop command suspend schedule type (values INCLUDE or EXCLUDE)INCLUDE
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMTIMEHhmmss10000
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TOTIMEhhmmss20000
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMDATEyyyymmdd20080801
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TODATEyyyymmdd20080802
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.SETSet nameHoliday set
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.DAYDay calendar entryMYDAYS
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.TIMETime calendar entryShift1 
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIODPeriod calendar entryHolidays
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIMETime calendar entrySecond shift
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup1
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIMETime calendar entryNight shift
LINE.ALLSTOP.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup2

LINE.SERVER.CCMD

Command used to connect to the server object

RES

LINE.SERVER.CTYPE

Type of command used to connect to the server object

Valid values are MVS, EXEC, USS, and AOSV.

MVS

EXEC

USS

AOSV

LINE.SERVER.CUSRN

For server-connect command type USS, specifies the user-name to use to execute the server connect command USS process

RES

LINE.SERVER.DCMD

Command used to disconnect from the server object

F VALX,%RES

LINE.SERVER.DTYPE

Type of command used to disconnect from the server object

Valid values are MVS, EXEC, USS, and AOSV.

MVS

EXEC

USS

AOSV

LINE.SERVER.DUSRN

For server-disconnect command type USS, specifies the user-name to be used to execute the server-disconnect command USS process

PRODOPR1

LINE.SERVER.SERVOBJ

Name of the object from which this object obtains services

VALOBJS1

LINE.SERVER.0

Number of server entries

1

LINE.SERVER.n. SERVOBJ

Server object name

SERVER

LINE.SERVER.n. CCMD

Connect command

S SERVER

LINE.SERVER.n. CTYPE

Connect command type

MVS | EXEC | USS |AO

LINE.SERVER.n. CUSRN

For server-connect command type USS, specifies the user-name to use to execute the server connect command USS process

OPER1

LINE.SERVER.n. DCMD

Disconnect command

P SERVER

LINE.SERVER. n. DTYPE

Disconnect command type

MVS | EXEC | USS |AO

LINE.SERVER.n. DUSRN

For server-disconnect command type USS, specifies the user-name to be used to execute the server-disconnect command USS process

OPER1

LINE.SERVER.n..CSPWNJOB

For server-connect command type USS, specifies the job name of the address space where the server-connect command USS process runs.

SYSP01

LINE.SERVER.n..DSPWNJOB

For server-connect command type USS, specifies the job name of the address space where the server-disconnect command USS process runs

SYSP01

LINE.RECOVERY.CMD

Command to be executed when the object's abnormal-termination event occurs

F VALX,.D P

LINE.RECOVERY.TYPE

Recovery command type.


EXEC, USS, AOSV,


LINE.RECOVERY.USERNAME

For recovery command type USS, specifies the user-name to be used to execute the recovery command USS process

PRODOPR1

LINE.RECOVERY.SPAWNJOB

For recovery command type USS, specifies the user-name to be used to execute the recovery command USS process

SYSP01

LINE.STM.ABENDEVT.0

Number of abnormal termination events identified for this object

Valid only for STM objects.

1

LINE.STM.ABENDEVT.n ID

ID of the command or message event

Valid only for STM objects.

VAL403I

LINE.STM.ABENDEVT.n.ORGINSTC

Name of the started task from which the message or command event is coming

Valid only for STM objects.

VALSTC01

LINE.STM.ABENDEVT.n.STEP

Step name of the started task

Valid only for STM objects.

STCSTEP

LINE.STM.ABENDEVT.n.TEXT

Text of the command or message event

Valid only for STM objects.

ABENDEVT FOR VALOBJ01 TYPE MSG

LINE.STM.ABENDEVT.n.TYPE

Type of event (MSG, JRNL, CMD, ALRT)

Valid only for STM objects.

ALRT

LINE.STM.ABENDEVT.n.ALERTQUEUE

Alert queue for ALRT type event

Valid only for STM objects.

ALRT QUEUE1

LINE.STM.ABENDEVT.n.ALERTKEY

Alert key for ALRT type event

Valid only for STM objects.

ALRT KEY1

LINE.STM.STARTEVT.0

Number of start events identified for this object

Valid only for STM objects.

1

LINE.STM.STARTEVT.n.ID

ID of the command or message even

Valid only for STM objects.

VAL403I

LINE.STM.STARTEVT.n.ORGINSTC

Name of the started task from which the message or command event is coming

Valid only for STM objects.

VALSTC01

LINE.STM.STARTEVT.n.STEP

Step name of the started task

Valid only for STM objects.

STCSTEP

LINE.STM.STARTEVT.n.TEXT

Text of the command or message event

Valid only for STM objects.

STARTEVT FOR VALOBJ01 TYPE MSG

LINE.STM.STARTEVT.n.TYPE

Type of event (MSG, JRNL, CMD, ALRT)

Valid only for STM objects.

MSG

LINE.STM.STARTEVT.n.ALERTQUEUE

Alert queue for ALRT type event

Valid only for STM objects.

ALRT QUEUE1

LINE.STM.STARTEVT.n.ALERTKEY

Alert key for ALRT type event

Valid only for STM objects.

ALRT KEY1

LINE.STM.STOPEVT.0

Number of stop events identified for this object

Valid only for STM objects.

1

LINE.STM.STOPEVT.n.ID

ID of the command or message event

Valid only for STM objects.

VALCMDI

LINE.STM.STOPEVT.n.ORGINSTC

Name of the started task from which the message or command event is coming

Valid only for STM objects.

VALCMD01

LINE.STM.STOPEVT.n.STEP

Step name of the started task

Valid only for STM objects.

STCSTEP

LINE.STM.STOPEVT.n.TEXT

Text of the command or message event

Valid only for STM objects.

STOPEVT FOR VALOBJ01 TYPE CMD

LINE.STM.STOPEVT.n.TYPE

Type of event (MSG, JRNL, CMD, ALRT)

Valid only for STM objects.

CMD

LINE.STM.STOPEVT.n.ALERTQUEUE

Alert queue for ALRT type event

Valid only for STM objects.

ALRT QUEUE1

LINE.STM.STOPEVT.n.ALERTKEY

Alert key for ALRT type event

Valid only for STM objects.

ALRT KEY1

LINE.UPM.CMD

Specifies the full command and parameters used to identify the process

Valid only for UPM objects.

/usr/bin/mypgm -f /var/myappl/mypgm.log

LINE.UPM.JOBNAME

Specifies the MVS job name of the address space where the USS process is started and running

Valid only for TOMEXEC FUNC(GET) and UPM objects.

MYJOB1

LINE.UPM.PID

Specifies the process ID

Valid only for TOMEXEC FUNC(GET) and UPM objects.

16778841

LINE.UPM.PPID

Specifies the parent process ID

Valid only for TOMEXEC FUNC(GET) and UPM objects.

1

LINE.UPM.ASID

specifies address space ID of the job where the process is running

Valid only for TOMEXEC FUNC(GET) and UPM objects.

634

LINE.UPM.ABENDEVT.0

Number of abnormal termination events identified for this object

Valid only for UPM objects.

1

LINE.UPM.ABENDEVT.n.ID

ID of the command or message event

Valid only for UPM objects.

VAL403I

LINE.UPM.ABENDEVT.n.ORGINSTC

Name of the Started Task or job from which the message originates

Valid only for UPM objects.

VALSTC01

LINE.UPM.ABENDEVT.n.STEP

Step name of the Started Task or job from which the message originates

Valid only for UPM objects.

STCSTEP

LINE.UPM.ABENDEVT.n.TEXT

Text of the command or message event

Valid only for UPM objects.

ABENDEVT FOR VALOBJ01 TYPE MSG

LINE.UPM.ABENDEVT.n.TYPE

Type of event (MSG, JRNL, CMD, ALRT)

Valid only for UPM objects.

ALRT

LINE.UPM.ABENDEVT.n.ALERTQUEUE

Alert queue for ALRT type event

Valid only for UPM objects.

ALRT QUEUE1

LINE.UPM.ABENDEVT.n.ALERTKEY

Alert key for ALRT type event

Valid only for UPM objects.

ALRT KEY1

LINE.UPM.STARTEVT.0

Number of start events identified for this object

Valid only for UPM objects.

1

LINE.UPM.STARTEVT.n. ID

ID of the command or message event

Valid only for UPM objects.

VAL403I

LINE.UPM.STARTEVT.n.ORGINSTC

Name of the USS process from which the message originates

Valid only for UPM objects.

VALSTC01

LINE.UPM.STARTEVT.n.STEP

Step name of the USS process from which the message originates

Valid only for UPM objects.

STCSTEP

LINE.UPM.STARTEVT.n.TEXT

Text of the command or message event

Valid only for UPM objects.

STARTEVT FOR VALOBJ01 TYPE MSG

LINE.UPM.STARTEVT.n.TYPE

Type of event (MSG, JRNL, CMD, ALRT)

Valid only for UPM objects.

MSG

LINE.UPM.STARTEVT.n.ALERTQUEUE

Alert queue for ALRT type event

Valid only for UPM objects.

ALRT QUEUE1

LINE.UPM.STARTEVT.n.ALERTKEY

Alert key for ALRT type event

Valid only for UPM objects.

ALRT KEY1

LINE.UPM.STOPEVT.0

Number of stop events identified for this object

Valid only for UPM objects.

1

LINE.UPM.STOPEVT.n. ID

ID of the command or message event

Valid only for UPM objects.

VALCMDI

LINE.UPM.STOPEVT.n.ORGINSTC

Name of the USS process from which the message or command event is coming

Valid only for UPM objects.

VALCMD01

LINE.UPM.STOPEVT.n.STEP

Step name of the USS process

Valid only for UPM objects.

STCSTEP

LINE.UPM.STOPEVT.n.TEXT

Text of the command or message event

Valid only for UPM objects.

STOPEVT FOR VALOBJ01 TYPE CMD

LINE.UPM.STOPEVT.n.TYPE

type of event (MSG, JRNL, CMD, ALRT)

Valid only for UPM objects.

CMD

LINE.UPM.STOPEVT.n.ALERTQUEUE

Alert queue for ALRT type event

Valid only for UPM objects.

ALRT QUEUE1

LINE.UPM.STOPEVT.n ALERTKEY

Alert key for ALRT type event

Valid only for UPM objects.

ALRT KEY1

LINE.USERPROP.0

Number of user properties identified for this object

2

LINE.USERPROP.n.NAME

Name of the user property for this object

uprop1

LINE.USERPROP.n.VALUE

Value associated with the user property for this object

user properties value 1

LINE.VERIFY.START

Issue a WTOR each time before starting the object

NO

LINE.VERIFY.STOP

Issue a WTOR each time before stopping the object

YES

LINE.VERIFY.STPDEF

Default reply to WTOR issued before stopping the object

YES

LINE.VERIFY.STPTIME

Number of seconds to wait before automatically replying to the stop WTOR with the default reply

360

LINE.VERIFY.STRDEF

Default reply to WTOR issued before starting the object

YES

LINE.VERIFY.STRTIM

Number of seconds to wait before automatically replying to the start WTOR with the default reply

360

LINE.PATTERN

Template for the name of a generated object that this object will be used for on another system or SYSPLEX by using the layering application

&SYSPLEX.&SYSNAME.TSO

LINE.ACTCHKPGM.0

Specifies the number of Active-Check-Program commands

Valid values are 0 or 1.

1

LINE.ACTCHKPGM.n.CMD

Specifies the name of the Active-Check-Program command

ACTCHK

LINE.ACTCHKPGM.n.TYPE

Specifies the type of the Active-Check-Program command

Valid values are EXEC or USS.

USS

LINE.ACTCHKPGM.n.INTVL

Specifies how often the Active-Check-Program command will be issued

Valid values are 0-86399 seconds.

60

LINE.ACTCHKPGM.n.TIMEOUT

Specifies how long to wait for the Active-Check-Program command to be completed

Valid values are 0-86399 seconds.

30

LINE.ACTCHKPGM.n.MAXTMOUTS

The number of consecutive time-outs encountered before considering the object inactive

Valid values are 0-999.

20

LINE.ACTCHKPGM.n.SPAWNJOB

Specifies the 8-character user ID to be used to start a USS process if line.actchkpgm.n.type is USS

You can use a variable. The default value is the user ID associated with the TOM PAS.

The only valid value for n where n is the number of the Active-Check-Program command is 1.

PRODOPR1

LINE.ACTCHKPGM.1.SPAWNJOB

For Active Check Program command type USS, specifies the job name of the address space where the Active Check Program command USS process runs

SYSP01

LINE.CONNAME

Specifies the command console name

CONSOLE1

LINE.WRM.RESOURCE

WLM Resource name

DB2A

LINE.WRM.ABENDEVT.0

Number of abnormal termination events identified for this object

Valid only for WRM objects.

1

LINE.WRM.ABENDEVT.n.ID

ID of the command or message event

Valid only for WRM objects.

VAL403I

LINE.WRM.ABENDEVT.n.ORGINSTC

Name of the started task from which the message or command event is coming

Valid only for WRM objects.

VALSTC01

LINE.WRM.ABENDEVT.n.STEP

Step name of the started task

Valid only for WRM objects.

STCSTEP

LINE.WRM.ABENDEVT.n.TEXT

Text of the command or message event

Valid only for WRM objects.

ABENDEVT FOR

VALOBJ01 TYPE

MSG

LINE.WRM.ABENDEVT.n.TYPE

Type of event (MSG, JRNL, CMD, ALRT)

Valid only for WRM objects.

ALRT

LINE.WRM.ABENDEVT.n.ALERTQUEUE

Alert queue for ALRT type event

Valid only for WRM objects.

ALRT QUEUE 1

LINE.WRM.ABENDEVT.n.ALERTKEY

Alert key for ALRT type event

Valid only for WRM objects.

ALRT KEY1

LINE.WRM.STARTEVT.0

Number of start events identified for this object

Valid only for WRM objects.

1

LINE.WRM.STARTEVT.n.ID

ID of the command or message event

Valid only for WRM objects.

VAL403I

LINE.WRM.STARTEVT.n.ORGINSTC

Name of the started task from which the message or command event is coming

Valid only for WRM objects.

VALSTC01

LINE.WRM.STARTEVT.n.STEP

Step name of the started task

Valid only for WRM objects

STCSTEP

LINE.WRM.STARTEVT.n.TEXT

Text of the command or message event

Valid only for WRM objects.

STARTEVT FOR

VALOBJ01 TYPE

MSG

LINE.WRM.STARTEVT.n.TYPE

Type of event (MSG, JRNL, CMD, ALRT)

Valid only for WRM objects.

MSG

LINE.WRM.STARTEVT.n.ALERTQUEUE

Alert queue for ALRT type event

Valid only for WRM objects.

ALRT QUEUE 1

LINE.WRM.STARTEVT.n.ALERTKEY

Alert key for ALRT type event

Valid only for WRM objects.

ALRT KEY1

LINE.WRM.STOPEVT.0

Number of stop events identified for this object

Valid only for WRM objects.

1

LINE.WRM.STOPEVT.n.ID

ID of the command or message event

Valid only for WRM objects.

VAL403I

LINE.WRM.STOPEVT.n.ORGINSTC

Name of the started task from which the message or command event is coming

Valid only for WRM objects.

VALSTC01

LINE.WRM.STOPEVT.n.STEP

Step name of the started task

Valid only for WRM objects

STCSTEP

LINE.WRM.STOPEVT.n.TEXT

Text of the command or message event

Valid only for WRM objects.

STOPEVT FOR

VALOBJ01 TYPE

MSG

LINE.WRM.STOPEVT.n.TYPE

Type of event (MSG, JRNL, CMD, ALRT)

Valid only for WRM objects.

MSG

LINE.WRM.STOPEVT.n.ALERTQUEUE

Alert queue for ALRT type event

Valid only for WRM objects.

ALRT QUEUE 1

LINE.WRM.STOPEVT.n.ALERTKEY

Alert key for ALRT type event

Valid only for WRM objects.

ALRT KEY1

LINE.RECOVERY.0

Number of RECOVERY commands identified for this object

2

LINE.RECOVERY.n.CMD

Command or EXEC used to recover this object

START RECOVERY

LINE.RECOVERY.n.INTVL 

Number of seconds to wait before executing the command

nn


LINE.RECOVERY.n.LABELUser-defined label associated with this recovery commandRECOV01

LINE.RECOVERY.n.TIMEOUT 

Number of seconds to wait for the command to complete if LINE.RECOVERY.n.WAITCMPL=Y 

This is used for LINE.RECOVERY.n.TYPE=MVS|TOM.

nn


LINE.RECOVERY.n.TYPE

Type of command used to recover this object

Valid values are EXEC, USS, MVS, AOSV, TOM, VPUT, LOG, JRNL, WTO.

EXEC, USS, MVS, AOSV, TOM, VPUT, LOG, JRNL, WTO


LINE.RECOVERY.n.USERNAME

Specifies the user ID to be used to issue the nth recovery command for the object

PRDUSR1

LINE.RECOVERY.n.WAITCMPL 

Indicates whether or not to wait for the command to complete before executing the next recovery command

The default is N

Y or N


LINE.RECOVERY.n.SPAWNJOB

For recovery command type USS, specifies the user name to use to execute the recovery command USS process

SPAWN1

LINE.RECOVERY.n.SCHD.0

Number of schedules defined for this RECOVERY command

1

LINE.RECOVERY.n.ILOGIC

Recovery command schedules logic

AND

LINE.RECOVERY.n.FROMTIME

hhmmss

100000

LINE.RECOVERY.n.TOTIME

hhmmss

110000

LINE.RECOVERY.n.FROMDATE

yyyymmdd

20080301

LINE.RECOVERY.n.TODATE

yyyymmdd

20080302

LINE.RECOVERY.n.DURING.SET

Set name

Holiday Set

LINE.RECOVERY.n.DURING.DAY

Day calendar entry

MYDAYS

LINE.RECOVERY.n.DURING.TIME

Time calendar entry

Shift1

LINE.RECOVERY.n.DURING.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Holidays

LINE.RECOVERY.n.FROMNAME.DAY

Day calendar entry

MON

LINE.RECOVERY.n.TONAMED.DAY

Day calendar entry

TUE

LINE.RECOVERY.n.FROMNAME.TIME

Time calendar entry

SecondShift

LINE.RECOVERY.n.TONAMED.TIME

Time calendar entry

NightShift

LINE.RECOVERY.n.FROMNAME.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup1

LINE.RECOVERY.n.TONAMED.PERIOD

Period calendar entry

Backup2

LINE.RECOVERY.SUSPSuspend Recovery value (values YES or NO)YES
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.0Number of optional schedules to suspend Recovery2
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.ILOGICRecovery command suspend schedule logicAND
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TYPERecovery command suspend schedule type (values INCLUDE or EXCLUDE)INCLUDE
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMTIMEHhmmss10000
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TOTIMEhhmmss20000
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMDATEyyyymmdd20080801
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TODATEyyyymmdd20080802
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.SETSet nameHoliday set
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.DAYDay calendar entryMYDAYS
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.TIMETime calendar entryShift1 
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.DURING.PERIODPeriod calendar entryHolidays
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.TIMETime calendar entrySecond shift
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.FROMNAME.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup1
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.DAYDay calendar entryMON
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.TIMETime calendar entryNight shift
LINE.RECOVERY.SUSP.SCHD.n.TONAMED.PERIODPeriod calendar entryBackup2

LINE.OPRNOTE.0

Number of operator command note entries

2

LINE.OPRNOTE.n.CMD

Command associated with operator note

Only one note per command is kept for an object. When a specific command (such as STOP) is issued a second time with a note, the previous note for that command is overwritten.

STOP

LINE.OPRNOTE.n.USER

Specifies the user ID to be used to create the operator command note

PRDOPR1

LINE.OPRNOTE.n.TOD

Date and time that operator command note was written in EBCDIC format

D17D28A5165842CA

LINE.OPRNOTE.n.TEXT

Text of operator command note

Stopped for end of day batch processing

LINE.SETASSOC.0Number of sets this item is associated with (is a member of)5
LINE.SET.ASSOC.n.NAMEName of the set of which the item is a member where n is an integer between 1 and the value of REXX variable LINE.SETASSOC.0SYSPLEXA.SYSA.PAYROLL
LINE.CHILD.0Number of child objects this item (object or set) has.  The REALTIME parameter must be specified if the request is for a non-active Definition Base.5
LINE.CHILD.n.NAMEName of the item’s (object or set) child object where n is an integer between 1 and the value of REXX variable LINE.CHILD.0.  The REALTIME parameter must be specified if the request is for a non-active Definition Base.SYSPLEXA.SYSA.CUSTSRVR
LINE.ATTACHTYPEType of layer attachedSYSPLEX or SYSTEM
LINE.ATTACHNAMESysplex name or System nameBBPLEX01 or SJSC
LINE.ATTACHORIGINSysplex layer name or System layer nameNORMAL
LINE.ATTACHOBJECTName of the layer objectLOBJ1

REXX stem variables and values:  system pool ADD, CHANGE, or GET

The following table lists variables (and example values) that can be set or assigned before issuing the TOMEXEC ADD and CHANGE functions, and are returned after issuing the TOMEXEC GET function for system pools.

REXX stem variable

Description of variable

Examples of values

LINE.DESCR

System Pool description

Systems for moveable objects on PROD sysplex

LINE.DYNPROP

Dynamic propagate attribute

YES

LINE.SYSPLEX.0

Number of Sysplexes

2

LINE.SYSPLEX.n.NAME

Sysplex name

TESTPLEX

LINE.SYSPLEX.n.SYSTEM.0

Number of systems from sysplex defined to pool

3

LINE.SYSPLEX.n.SYSTEM.m.NAME

System name (in affinity order)

SYSPROD

LINE.UPDATED.USERID

User ID of last update (TOMEXEC GET only)

ADMIN1

LINE.UPDATED.TOD

TOD of last update (TOMEXEC GET only)

D2F908055217BBC1

REXX stem variables and values:  system layer ADD, CHANGE, or GET

REXX stem variable

Description of variable

Examples of values

LINE.LAYERSETS.n.INCLMEMB

Automatically include members in system layer

Y or N

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