You use the Installation System to install and maintain most
Use the following task map as a quick reference for understanding the Installation System and completing an installation. For more information, use the links in the table below the figure or go to .
|Conventions for using the Installation System|
|Review installation requirements|
|Define programs to CA ACF2|
|Obtain the Installation System|
|Obtain the Installation System image|
|Decompress the Installation System image|
|Start an installation|
|Start the Installation System|
|Prepare the installation repository|
|Define site-wide installation values|
|Create or select a project|
|Generate the installation jobs|
|Select products to install|
|Specify information for SMP/E|
|Specify JCL for installation jobs|
|Generate installation jobs|
|Generate the configuration jobs|
|Specify information for runtime data sets|
|Specify configuration information|
|Specify JCL for configuration jobs|
|Generate configuration jobs|
|Run the generated jobs|
|Review generated jobs and files|
|Run the generated jobs|
|Perform additional product-specific customization|
|Create a copy of the JCL library|
|Modify INCLUDE members|
|Run the deployment jobs|
|Perform SMP/E maintenance|
|Manage product authorization|
Using the BMC Installation System to install the R+/CHANGE ACCUM product generates a customized installation data set. This data set contains all jobs required to install R+/CHANGE ACCUM into your specific DB2 environment. One of these jobs is used to establish the default processing option values for the R+/CHANGE ACCUM online interface and the MODIFY ACCUM program. The member name is $C30DOPT.
R+/CHANGE ACCUM is installed automatically when you install BMC AMI Recover. However, to be operational, R+/CHANGE ACCUM requires its own password or a Recovery Management password.
The $C30DOPT member of the installation data set contains a job that assembles an options macro that establishes the installation values for R+/CHANGE ACCUM.
When you submit the generated job containing the installation options, it assembles and links this option macro call to create the ACA$OPT load module. This module resides in the APF-authorized library that you designated during installation. If you modify any of the values in the installation options after installing R+/CHANGE ACCUM, you must rerun the installation job for these changes to take effect.
The R+/CHANGE ACCUM batch program uses the BMC AMI Recover installation options module that is created during the installation of BMC AMI Recover.
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