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MainView AutoOPERATOR - all supported versions
BMC Impact Integration for z/OS - all supported versions
What would be the impact of defining all BMC Impact Integration for z/OS cells to each of the MainView AutoOPERATOR PASes?
We have a total of 18 cells. If we use one common definition in BBPARM member AAOGMExx to define all 18 cell connections to all our PASes, does that have an impact that we should consider?
Or is it better selectively to connect the cells to the PAS where we expect direct communication?
The recommendation is to define to the PAS only the cells you want to communicate directly with, and to use the BBCFG ddname to define the suffix of the BBPARM AAOGMExx member.
If you are preparing for a change in connections, you can define multiple AAOGMExx members and have automation reset the connections with a .E P AAOGMExx,RECYCLE command. This command would allow you to change from one suffixed member to another, in effect allowing you to change which cells are connected to the PAS.
- MainView AutoOPERATOR
- BMC Impact Integration for z/OS