How to setup the EMUSRDLY on the Control-M for z/OS mainframe product?

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    PRODUCT:

    Control-M for z/OS


    APPLIES TO:

    Control-M for z/OS



    QUESTION:

    How to setup the EMUSRDLY on the Control-M for z/OS mainframe product?
    LP: Control-M for z/OS 7.0.02


     


    ANSWER:

     

    Legacy ID:KA371836

      

    Please look at the IOA PROCLIB pds members CTMTDAY and CTMDAILY .
    You will see the following in the CTMTDAY proc:
    THIS,PROCEDURE,SUPPORTS CONTROL-M USER DAILY REQUESTS FROM CONTROL-M EM.
    TO ACTIVATE THE SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING SHOULD BE DONE:
    1) SET CTMPARM EMUSDLY=Y
    2) IN THIS PROCEDURE, REMOVE THE '*' FROM THE 2 RECORDS CONTAINING THE STRING 'EMSYSDLY'.
    3) IN MEMBER EMSYSDLY IN THE CTM PARM LIBRARY, ADD THE LIST OF EM NAME REQUESTS TO BE PROCESSED.
    MEMBER EMSYSDLY IS SHIPPED AS A DEFAULT MEMBER CONTAINING AN EXAMPLE WHICH IS COMMENTED (FIRST COLUMN IS "*").
    4) IN THE MEMBER SET BY &PROGLST, FOLLOWING THE LINE CONTAINING THE VALUE "CTMJOB 04", ADD A NEW LINE
    CONTAINING THE VALUE: "CTMUDR 04"


    So if you want the mainframe NEWDAY process to order the jobs, that would be the CTMTDAY proc. If you want a user daily to order the jobs, that would be the CTMDAILY proc.

    After completing these steps, next you would verify that CMEM or CTO is running on the mainframe. Then upload the table(s) from CTM/EM. This will cause the information to be stored in the var database (IV screen).
    When the NEWDAY or USERDAILY job runs, it will pull the information about the user daily (filed in CTM/EM) that should be run and associate that with the var database to order the correct tables.
     

      
    Related Products:  
       
    1. Control-M for z/OS

     


    Article Number:

    000028438


    Article Type:

    FAQ/Procedural



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