BBSAMP data set members for PERFORMANCE REPORTER

The BBSAMP data set contains sample members of batch JCL, user exit routines, and control statements to produce MainView for CICS reports.

The following table lists the members and gives a functional description of each member.

See History record format processing for information about the BBSAMP members that are used with the F7 format records. See the MainView for CICS Customization Guide for information about other BBSAMP members.

BBSAMP data set members for PERFORMANCE REPORTER

Member name

Description

BAC0762x

various USERMODs to suppress the recording of CICS Monitoring Program (CMP) data to CICS journals

Each USERMOD is for a specific CICS release.

CMRADAX

sample exit for Adabas version 5 to capture MainView for CICS data after a database call

CMRADBX

sample exit for Adabas version 5 to capture data before a database call

CMRBARC

sample JCL to copy a trace log data set to a sequential data set for archival

CMRBRLOD

sample JCL to reload an archived copy of a trace to a new trace log data set for online viewing

CMRCBxxN

counterpart to the CMRCOBxx sample programs, same processing but for CICS TS 3.2 and later

CMRCHRT

sample batch report JCL and control statements

CMRCJCL

sample JCL program used to decompress detail records

CMRCOBCN

COBOL format of the history record for CICS TS 3.2 and later (counterpart to CMRCOBCP)

CMRCOBCP

COBOL format of the history record for CICS TS 3.1 and earlier (counterpart to CMRCOBCN)

CMRCOBJ1

CMRCOBJ2

sample JCL to compile and execute VS/COBOL II programs

CMRCOBnn

counterpart to the CMRCBxxN sample programs for CICS performance statistics reports for CICS TS 3.1 and earlier

CMRSTJCL

sample JCL to run the CMRSTATS conversion routine for CICS statistical records

CMRDDTL

sample JCL to delete and define CMRDETL VSAM data sets

CMRDETL

PRL format of the history record for CICS TS 3.1 and earlier (counterpart to CMRDETLN)

CMRDETLN

PRL format of the history record for CICS TS 3.2 and later (counterpart to CMRDETL)

CMRDFSUM

sample JCL to delete and define the VSAM data sets or sequential data sets that hold summarized records created by the CMRSUMD utility

CMRDJCL

sample JCL to archive data from the CMRDETL data set

CMRDLDF

sample JCL to delete and define CMRDETL VSAM files and load the initial record into CMRDETL

CMRDPARM

sample CMRPURG parameters to archive or purge data sets

CMRJCTXn

sample JCT user journal definitions for various CICS releases

CMRL

sample JCL to produce PRL reports

CMRLDTL

sample JCL used by the CMRDETL reload utility--CMRLDTL

CMRMVJCL

sample JCL to produce PRL reports using multiple VSAM data sets

CMRN2MCT

MCT definition for MainView for CICS IBM DB2 SMF data

CMRN2SAS

SAS definition of the MainView for CICS DB2 SMF data

CMRNDATA

assembler definition of the MainView for CICS SMF data format

CMRNDB2

assembler definition of the MainView for CICS DB2 SMF data

CMRNDMCT

MCT definition for MainView for CICS SMF data

CMRNDSAS

SAS definition of the MainView for CICS SMF data format

CMRPRL n

various examples of Performance Reporting Language (PRL) control statements to generate reports

CMRPURGE

sample JCL to purge and merge recorder file data

CMRPX*

sample PRL programs to produce CMRSTATS reports

CMRQT6E

assembler format of the history record for CICS TS 3.2 and later (counterpart to FACTRECM)

CMRRAP

sample JCL to generate the Resource Analysis Report

CMRRAPM

macro used to define the resource analysis table used by CMRRAPR and CMRCHRT

CMRS2AX

sample exit for SYS2K version 12.0 to capture activity after a database call

CMRS2BX

sample exit for SYS2K version 12.0 to capture activity before a database call

CMRSASxx

various SAS programs to read CMRDETL data and create reports

CMRSAxxN

counterpart to the CMRSASxx sample programs; same processing but for the F7 format record

CMRSITR

sample PRL statements to generate a SIT report

CMRSJCL

sample JCL used to archive data from single CMRDETL data set

CMRSOPT

macro that specifies monitored resources, collection intervals, and response time service levels

CMRSPARM

sample CMRPURG parameters for single CMRDETL data set

CMRSTATX

sample JCL to process CICS 110 records stored on the SMF data set prior to their use by the CICS statistics program, DFHSTUP, and other products that use 110 records

CMRSTJCL

sample JCL to run CMRSTATS to convert CICS statistical records to CMRSTATS format

CMRSUMD

sample program to create four workloads of daily summary records

CMRSUMD x

sample CMRSUMD control statements to create summary records for various intervals

CMRSUP01 CMRSUP02

sample pre- and post-call exit points for monitoring SUPRA version 1.3

CMRUACMP

sample user exit to call the CMRCUEX program

CMRUAPLT

sample PLT program to start CMRUACMP

CMRURAPM

sample to define the resource analysis table used by the CMRRAP sample program

CMRUSOPT

sample macro options that define the options table, some of which control the production of CMRSTATS data

CMRUSR01

sample of a user exit to switch CMRDETL data sets when one becomes full and needs to be archived

CMRUSRSD

sample exit called by CMRSUMD summarization utility to give control to a user-written routine when a CMRDETL record is processed

CSDCMRDF

contains the DEFINE statements for the required program and transaction resources for the MainView for CICS CICS component

These definitions are for all releases of CICS.

CSDOLTDF

contains the DEFINE statements required for the program and transaction resources used by the MainView for CICS common components (for all releases of CICS)

DCCTXPR

sample exit to the DATACOM DCCTXPR routine

FACTRECM

sample assembler dsects including the history record for CICS TS 3.1 and earlier

GENEROL

sample user exit for inclusion in the GENER/OL user task program

LPCZZMON

sample modification of the MSA LPCZZMON exit

NCIRDCX1

sample user exit to capture the Natural program name (for Natural version 2.2. n)

SAPCMROT

a sample program to capture SAP data in the T6E record of CMRDETL

SAPCMROT captures SAP data by calls to the exit, CMRCUEX, which is described in the MainView for CICS Customization Guide. SAPCMROT must be included in the SAP statistics exit (SAPSTEC) to pass data to MainView for CICS through a call to CMRCUEX.

SAPCMROW

sample of the SAPSTEC exit called by the SAP system to pass data to MainView for CICS through a call to CMRCUEX

SASIN6EX

SAS sample to read history records for CICS TS 3.1 and earlier (counterpart to SASI6EXN)

This sample is for all fields in the standard fixed area and all extension areas.

SASIN6Ex

SAS samples to read resource entries in history records for CICS TS 3.1 and earlier (counterparts to SASI6ExN)

Values for x are

  • C – file resources

  • D – transient data resources
  • O – connection resources

  • M – temporary storage resources

  • P – program resources

  • Q – MQ resources

  • S – session resources

  • W – web services resources

  • 1 – DBCTL/IM resources

  • 2 – DB2 resources

SASI6EXN

SAS sample to read history records for CICS TS 3.2 and later (counterpart to SASIN6EX)

This sample is for all fields in the standard fixed area and all extension areas.

SASI6ExN

SAS samples to read resource entries in history records for CICS TS 3.2 and later (counterparts to SASIN6Ex

Values for x are

  • C – file resources

  • O – connection resources

  • P – program resources

  • Q – MQ resources

  • S – session resources

  • 1 – DBCTL/IM resources

  • 2 – DB2 resources

SASINXnn

SAS control statements to process statistical and transaction records

nn is the record type as described in CMRSTATS: Operational statistics records

STATREC

Macro used by programs that reference CMRSTATS data

XNCIRDC1

sample user exit to capture the Natural program name (for Natural version 2.3.1 or later)

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