Define and Generate Products

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Description:

CA MICS Planning, Install, Operation, Maintenance Guide r12 Section 3.8.1.3 - Define and Generate Products.

Solution:

  1. Review Data Element Option Indicators.

    Review the default options for Essential and Derived data elements, and optionally, override complex-level defaults for the YEARS time-span, week start, and fiscal calendar definitions. Changes to the option values are a major database tailoring action. Carefully read the referenced sections listed below before changing the option values.

    The complex definition options are located in sharedprefix.MICS.PARMS(CPLXDEF).
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    | Reference(s): PIOM Sections 2.3.1.8 and 3.4.2     |
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  2. (OPTIONAL) Specify Complex Computing System Parameter Definitions.

    Specify the complex-level computing system parameter definitions. Complex-level computing system definitions are located in sharedprefix.MICS.PARMS(CPLXSID). Carefully read the referenced section listed below before specifying the option values.
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    | Reference(s):  PIOM Section 2.3.1.9               |
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  3. (OPTIONAL) Specify Complex Time Zone Definition.

    Specify the complex-level time zone definition. The complex-level time zone specification is located in sharedprefix.MICS.PARMS(CPLXZONE). Carefully read the referenced section listed below before specifying the option values.
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    | Reference(s): PIOM Section 2.3.1.10               |
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  4. Execute CPLXGEN.

    Run the CPLXGEN job to generate complex option definition global switches, system and time zone definitions, default YEARS time-span, week start, and fiscal calendar parameters. Submit the following job:
    'sharedprefix.MICS.CNTL(CPLXGEN)'
    
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    | Reference(s): Section 2.3.1.8 (CPLXDEF), PIOM     |
    |               Section 2.3.1.9 (CPLXSID), PIOM     |
    |               Section 2.3.1.10(CPLXZONE), PIOM    |
    |               Section 3.4.2 (cccGENIN),PIOM       |
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  5. Define Products to be Generated.

    Check off the products which require generation (CAP, PER, STG, LDE, MQR, VCC, and VMT do not require generation):

    Standard Products:

    • BAS - NeuMICS Platform
    • ACT - Accounting and Chargeback
    • AST - Application Extension for ASTEX
    • AUM - Analyzer for MeasureWare OS Agents
    • CIC - CICS Analyzer
    • DB2 - DB2 Component
    • DEX - VAX/VMS Analyzer
    • IDM - IDMS Component
    • IMS - IMS Analyzer
    • MQS - MQSeries Analyzer
    • PWR - VSE/POWER Analyzer
    • RMF - MVS Hardware and SCP Analyzer
    • SMF - Batch and Operations Analyzer
    • SNT - Network Analyzer
    • SRL - System Reliability Component
    • TDM - Application Extension for TANDEM
    • TSO - TSO Analyzer
    • VCA - DASD Space Analyzer (VCA/HSM)
    • VMC - VM and CMS Analyzer
    • WEB - Web Analyzer


    Field Developed Applications (Including MSI and MTI)
    ___ (___) - ____________________________
    ___ (___) - ____________________________
    ___ (___) - ____________________________
    
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    | Reference(s): PIOM Section 3.4.1                  |
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    *  Repeat Steps 6 through 9 in this section for all        *
    *  products that have been checked off for generation.     *
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  6. Review Component Generation Options.

    Review component generation options in Chapter 7 of the product guides for the data integration applications (DIAs) you are installing. Some products provide global element tailoring options that you may wish to review. Products that process user SMF data sources also provide an option for record selection.
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    |Reference(s):Section 3.4.2, PIOM                   |
    |             Section 4.4, PIOM                     |
    |             Section 4.2, System Modification Guide|
    |             Chapter 7, ccc Analyzer Guide(s)      |
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  7. (CONDITIONAL) Copy Load Module for CICS Analyzer.

    Copy the appropriate load modules for the CICS Analyzer to the sharedprefix.MICS.LOAD library based on your installation's needs.
    INPUT SOURCE                      Load Module
    ------------                      -----------
    The Monitor
        Versions 8.0/8.1, 2.0/2.1       $CRCPRS
        Versions 7.0/7.1                TMV611
    EPILOG 1000                         BGUDCMP
    
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    | Reference(s):  Section 6.1, CICS Analyzer Guide   |
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  8. (CONDITIONAL) Define Appropriate PARMS Members.

    Customize the PARMS members that define account codes, cost center codes, and the exit routines with which they are associated.

    For the ccc Analyzer and Other Standard Products (Including FDAs, MSI and MTI):
        cccACCT - Account Code Specification
        cccACRT - Account Code Exit Routine
    For Batch and Operations Analyzer (SMF):
        ACCOUNT - Batch Accounting Structure
        ACCTRTE - Batch Accounting Exit Routine
    For Accounting and Chargeback (ACT):
        COSTCTR - Accounting Cost Center Structure
        COSTRTE - Accounting Cost Center Exit Routine
    For VAX/VMS Analyzer (DEX):
        DEXACRTD - DEX Disk Usage Accounting Exit Routine
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    | Reference(s):  Section 2.3.1.7, all subsections   |
    |                Section 4.1, Accounting and        |
    |                             Chargeback User Guide |
    |                Chapter 7, ccc Analyzer Guide(s)   |
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  9. Execute cccCGEN for Each Product.

    Generate the product.

    Run the component generation process for each product, where ccc is the component identifier.

    Submit the following job:
    'sharedprefix.MICS.CNTL(cccCGEN)'
    Ensure that there are no error messages in ISPLOG and MICSLOG; that MICSLOG contains the normal termination message, BAS60199I; and that the job completes with a condition code of zero.

    Check off each component generation as it is done, running the BASCGEN first:
    __ BASCGEN
    
    __ ACTCGEN __ ASTCGEN __ AUMCGEN __ CICCGEN
    __ DB2CGEN __ DEXCGEN __ HSMCGEN __ IDMCGEN
    __ IMSCGEN __ MQSCGEN __ PWRCGEN __ RMFCGEN
    __ SMFCGEN __ SNTCGEN __ SRLCGEN __ TDMCGEN
    __ TSOCGEN __ VCACGEN __ VMCCGEN __ WEBCGEN
    
    __ cccCGEN for FDA, MSI, and MTI (if applicable)
    
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    | Reference(s):  Section 3.4.3                      |
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    * Repeat Steps 6 through 9 in this section for all         *
    * products that have been checked off for generation.      *
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  10. Execute MDBGEN.

    Run the Meta Database Build process. Submit the following job:
    'sharedprefix.MICS.CNTL(MDBGEN)'
  11. (CONDITIONAL) Activate MTI.

    If applicable, activate Unicenter NeuMICS TNG Interface (MTI).

    MTI, part of the NeuMICS Base Architecture, provides technology and tools for creating a custom component to read, process, and analyze performance management data from Unicenter TNG.

    • Generate the product. Submit the following job:
      'sharedprefix.MICS.CNTL(MTICGEN)'
      Ensure that there are no error messages in ISPLOG and MICSLOG; that MICSLOG contains the normal termination messages, BAS20999I; and that the job completes with a condition code of zero.

    • Initialize the Dictionary. Submit the following job:
      'sharedprefix.MICS.CNTL(DICINIT)'
      Ensure that there are no error messages in the MICSLOG; that the MICSLOG contains the normal termination message, MTI02399I; and that the job completes with a condition code of zero.
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    |Reference(s): Chapter 8, System Modification Guide |
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  12. Execute cccCGEN for FDAs.

    Generate Field Developed Applications (FDAs)

    Run the component generation process for each FDA, where ccc is the component identifier. Submit the following job:
    'sharedprefix.MICS.CNTL(cccCGEN)'
    Ensure that there are no error messages in ISPLOG and MICSLOG; that MICSLOG contains the normal termination message, BAS60199I; and that the job completes with a condition code of zero.

    Check off each component generation as it is done:

    User Components
     __ _______   __ _______   __ _______ __ _______
     __ _______   __ _______   __ _______ __ _______
        
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     |Reference(s): Chapter 7, System Modification Guide |
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******************** IMPORTANT NOTICE **********************
*                                                          *
*  The following products do not require generation.       *
*                                                          *
*  NeuMICS Capacity Planner (CAP) - If you are licensed    *
*  for CAP, use Document Access to print the guide and     *
*  follow the instructions in Chapter 12.                  *
*                                                          *
*  NeuMICS DASD Space Collector (VCC) - If you are         *
*  licensed for VCC, use Document Access to print the      *
*  guide and follow the instructions in Chapter 4.         *
*                                                          *
*  NeuMICS Log Data Extractor (LDE) - If you are licensed  *
*  for LDE, use Document Access to print the guide and     *
*  follow the instructions in Chapter 4.                   *
*                                                          *
*  NeuMICS Performance Manager (PER) - If you are          *
*  licensed for PER, use Document Access to print the      *
*  guide and follow the instructions in Chapter 1.         *
*                                                          *
*  NeuMICS Q & R WorkStation (MQR) - If you are licensed   *
*  for MQR, see the NeuMICS Q&R WorkStation Getting        *
*  Started Guide.                                          *
*                                                          *
*  NeuMICS StorageMate (STG) - If you are licensed for     *
*  STG, use Document Access to print the guide and follow  *
*  the instructions in Appendix B.                         *
*                                                          *
*  NeuMICS VM Data Transfer Program (VMT) - If you are     *
*  licensed for VMT, use Document Access to print the      *
*  guide and follow the instructions in Chapters 7 and 8.  *
*                                                          *
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