Why is SMP/e RELFILE hlq.CAYTF02.F1 not deleted after CA Datacom/AD 15.0 install via CA CSM?

Document ID : KB000011797
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Question:

Why is SMP/e RELFILE hlq.CAYTF02.F1 not deleted after CA Datacom/AD 15.0 install via CA CSM?

Environment:
z/OS CA Mainframe Software Manager (CSM)
Answer:

FMID CAYTF02 is the optional USS component for CA Datacom Server. The CA Datacom Server USS component is used only by a few CA "Using Products" and only as instructed by those products.

It is true that the base install via CSM will RECEIVE CAYTF02 (an SMP/e list would reflect its receive status).

Since the FMID had not been APPLYed and ACCEPTed, its RELFILE hlq.CAYTF02.F1 would not be deleted during the SMP/e clean up. 

 

Additional Information:

This was intentional so customers could, if desired, install the optional USS component to the existing CSI at a later time. 

This is as CA Datacom/AD 15.0 install via CSM is designed.

Note, the SMP/e install via SAMPJCL receive of FMID CAYFT02 is optional.