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Oracle® Procedural Gateway for APPC Installation and Configuration Guide
Release 9.2.0.1.0 for UNIX

Part Number A96648-01
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Symbols

$ORACLE_HOME, 4-5, 4-13, 4-23, 4-27, 4-28, 4-29, 4-30, 4-31, 4-32, 4-33, 4-34, 4-35, 4-36, 4-38, 4-40, 6-3, 7-3, 8-3, 8-4, 8-6, 8-9
(HS=) (TNSNAMES parameter for Oracle Net)
with IPC protocol, 4-25
with TCP/IP protocol, 4-25

Numerics

2_PHASE, A-10, A-11
capability, A-9
or 2P, A-3

A

accessing the gateway from other servers, 4-38
action items
for installing the gateway, 4-10
activating and verifying SNA server profiles, 6-12
ADDR parameter, 8-7
ADVICE column
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-8
AIX
APPC support provided by SNA, 6-1
System Management Interface Tool, 6-5
AIX only
Two Phase Commit, 4-26
AIX-only
password encryption utility, 1-3
ALTER USER command, 4-17
APPC, 2-2
conversation security option, A-5, A-8
APPC log file
changes to, 1-2
APPC PIP data, 9-25
Also See Pip data
restrictions, 1-5
appcdef.doc file, 4-29
APPC/MVS
configuring for the gateway, 4-31
installation verification, 4-36
not supported by two-phase commit, 9-2
verification of configuration, 4-36
architecture
components of the gateway, 2-7
two-phase commit, 9-2
ASCII
automatic conversion, 2-3
authentication
operating system authentication, 5-3
Oracle authentication, 5-3
types, 5-3

B

backout possibilities during migration, 10-2
bootstrap shell scripts, creating, A-11, A-14
Bourne shell, 4-7, 4-13
bugs
bypassing a bug in IDMS-DC, 4-28
fixed in previous releases, C-12
fixed in this release, 1-3

C

C shell, 4-7, 4-13
CDMSLIB DD statement, 4-30
CD-ROM drive requirements, 3-3
changes
in previous releases, C-1
in this release, 1-2
PGA_TRACE desupported, C-2
TRACE_LEVEL and LOG_DESTINATION parameters moved, C-2
release 3.3.1.0.1, C-6
release 3.4.0.1.0, C-5
release 4.0.0.1.0, C-4
release 4.0.1.1.0, C-3
release 8.0.6.1.0, C-2
changes and enhancements
password encryption utility, 1-3
to Oracle Call Interface, 1-2
CICS, 2-11, 3-5, 9-24, 9-31
application log, 9-27
installation verification, 4-33
restriction, PF keys, 1-5
security options, 6-4, 7-4, 8-4
ATTACHSEC parameter, 6-4, 7-4, 8-4
not supported by the gateway, 6-4, 7-4, 8-4
transaction ID, 4-34
two-phase commit logging scheme for CICS applications, 9-29
verifying configuration, 4-33
CICS/ESA
authentication mechanism, 6-3, 7-3, 8-3
configuring for the gateway, 4-27
configuring for two-phase commit, 9-17
design constraints re
two-phase commit, 9-23
minimizing exposures on two-phase commit, 9-24
OLTP
configuration verification, 4-33
requirements, 3-5
support for two-phase commit, 9-2, 9-23
TP name length, A-4, A-8
CICS/MVS
OLTP requirements, 3-5
CICSPGA file, 8-10
CICSPGA2, 9-15
CICS/VSE
OLTP requirements, 3-5
COBOL
restrictions on COPY REPLACE clause, 1-6
cold start
RRM recovery, 9-20
column
PGA_2PC_LUS table
CS_LUNAME, 9-8
LOG_NAME, 9-8
LOG_STATUS, 9-8
LU_NAME, 9-8
LU_TYPE, 9-8
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-8
ADVICE, 9-8
CONV_CORR, 9-10
DB_USER, 9-9
LU_NAME, 9-9
LUW_ID, 9-10
OS_TERMINAL, 9-9
SESS_ID, 9-10
SID, 9-9
SIDE_NAME, 9-9
STATE, 9-8
TP_NAME, 9-10
TRAN_COMMENT, 9-9
command
SET, 4-24
COMMIT, 9-6, 9-7, 9-9, 9-23, 9-26, 9-29, A-9, A-12
commit, 9-5, 9-9
COMMIT FORCE, 9-28
COMMIT_CONFIRM, A-3, A-6, A-10, A-12
and PGA_CAPABILITY parameter, A-12
capability, A-12
COMMIT_POINT_STRENGTH, 9-24
commit-confirm, A-10, A-12
configuring the gateway, 4-26
COMMIT/ROLLBACK, 3-5
communication between server, gateway and target system, 2-9
components
in this release, 1-2
configuration
verification, of OLTP, 4-32
configuring
APPC/MVS, 4-31
CICS/ESA, 4-27
gateway
commit-confirm, 4-26
optional steps to allow multiple users, 4-19
HP-UX for the gateway, 4-23
IDMS-DC MVS, 4-28
IMS/TM, 4-30
OLTP, 4-27
Oracle integrating server
first-time installation steps, 4-19
pre-configuration steps, 4-13
upgrading from previous releases, 4-17
SNAplus2
on the gateway for HP-UX, 4-23
SunLink SNA Peer-to-Peer, 8-4
the gateway, 4-13
two-phase commit, 9-11
upgrade steps, 4-19
your network, 4-24
CONNECT clause, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
for database link security, 5-4
CONV_CORR column
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-10
corrected problems
release 3.3.1.0.1, C-14
release 3.4.0.1.0, C-14
release 4.0.0.1.0, C-13
release 4.0.1.1.0, C-12
release 8.0.6.1.0, C-12
CP directive, 8-7
CPI-C, 4-38
function
gateway error messages, B-2, B-5, B-6
CPI-C profiles, 7-9
create
new product installation directory, 4-6
public database link, 4-17
creating
SNA definitions, 7-6
SNAplus2 definitions, 7-6
SNAplus2 profiles, 7-4
CS_LUNAME column
PGA_2PC_LUS table, 9-8
CW_AUTOACT_LMT parameter, 8-8

D

data compression
restrictions, 1-5
data dictionary, see PG DD
data exchange
PGAXFER function, 2-10
database instance, 2-9
database link, 2-10, A-11, A-13
connect clauses, 5-4
creating, 4-17
to access gateway from Oracle servers, 4-38
when configuring integrating server, 4-17
dropping, when deinstalling the gateway, 4-40
in configuring the network, 4-24
in verifying gateway installation, 4-33
public and private, 5-4
security, CONNECT clause, 5-4
database link name
modifying .sql files, 4-32
datastores
gateway access to, 2-2
DB_USER column
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-9
DBA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-7
DBMS_OUTPUT packages, 4-15, 4-38
DBMS_PIPE, 4-17, 4-19, 4-20
dedicated local LU
required component of two-phase commit, 9-3
DEFINE TRANSACTION statement, 7-6
de-installing
the gateway, 4-39
dependent LU, 4-30, 6-4, 7-5
also see, LUs
and OLTP, 7-5
describe statement, 4-15
DBMS_OUTPUT, 4-15, 4-16, 4-38
UTL_RAW, 4-15
dfhcsdup.jcl file, 4-27, 9-17
DFHRPL DD statement, 4-28
disk space requirements, 3-3
DISPLAY datatypes, 1-5
DLC directive, 8-7
documentation required, xv

E

EBCDIC
automatic conversion, 2-3
enhancements
heterogeneous services, C-2
in this release, 1-2
release 3.3.1.0.1, C-6
release 3.4.0.1.0, C-5
release 4.0.0.1.0, C-4
release 4.0.1.1.0, C-3
release 8.0.6.1.0, C-2
response time and CPU utilization performance, C-2
using PGAU to automatically upgrade PG DD entries, 4-22
environmental variables
ORACLE_HOME, 4-7
TNS_ADMIN, 9-13
error
during commit processing, A-14
error conditions in the RRM, 9-20
gateway server messages, B-5, B-6
in-doubt transaction message ORA-02050, 9-26
in-doubt transaction message ORA-02053, 9-26
LOG_ERRORS, 9-15
LU6.2 errors
caused by LUWID not unique, 9-33
determined by gateway server, 9-4
messages from the gateway, B-1
obsolete parameters, 10-4
ORA-28509, 4-24
parameter name misspelled, 4-24
PGA-20910 communication error message, B-2, B-5, B-6
PGA-20995 communication error message, B-3
PGA-21110, 9-21
PGA-21450 RRM communication error, B-4
PGA-21451 RRM message
communication error, B-5
RRM message
partner LU message PGA-21215, 9-21
RRM message PGA-21218, 9-21
system error number "errno", B-2, B-5
system error number "errno", B-6
treating incoming APPC CONFIRM requests as errors, A-3, A-7, A-14
EXEC CICS ROLLBACK, 9-31, 9-33

F

failure points, 9-26
FDS_CLASS parameter, 10-3
FDS_CLASS_VERSION
parameter added, 10-5, C-2
FDS_INSTANCE parameter, 10-3
file
appcdef.doc, 4-29
CICSPGA, 8-10
dfhcsdup.jcl, 4-27, 9-17
HQWM804.trc, 9-16
imsgen.asm, 4-31
initPGAI.ora, A-11, A-14
initPGA.ora, 4-23
sample, A-18
initPGAU.ora, A-11, A-14
initsid.ora, 2-4, 2-9, 4-23, 9-13, 9-24, 9-27, 10-2, A-2, C-2, C-3
gateway parameters, 4-23
new parameters, 10-3
new parameters since V4, 10-4
inittab, 9-19, 9-20
install.log, 4-40
listener.ora, 4-7, 4-24, 4-25, 4-26, 4-40, A-11, A-13
luname.ini, 9-21, 9-22
oralu62.asm, 4-30
oraplu62.asm, 4-27, 4-28, 4-30, 4-31
orasyn62.asm, 9-17
pg4hoa1.sh, 4-24, 8-6, 8-9, A-11, A-13, A-14, C-2
new startup shell parameter, 10-5
new startup shell parameters, 10-3
sample, A-15
pga2pcau.sql, 9-12
pga2pclg.sql, 9-12
pga2pclu.sql, 9-12
pga2pcpn.sql, 9-12
pgacics.sql, 4-32, 4-33, 4-34
pgadb22.cob, 9-29, 9-30, 9-31
pgaecho.sql, 4-32
pgaflip.asm, 4-27, 4-28, 4-30, 4-31
pgaflip.jcl, 4-27, 4-28, 4-31
pgaidms.sql, 4-32, 4-34, 4-35
pgaim.sql, 4-36
pgaims.sql, 4-32, 4-35
pgaluwid.asm, 9-30, 9-31
pgaluwid.cob, 9-31
pgaluwid.jcl, 9-31
pgamvs.sql, 4-32, 4-36
pgasna.export, 6-5, 6-6, 6-7
PGAU control files, 4-3
pgavsn.sql, 4-32
pgddadev.sql, 4-21
pgddapub.sql, 4-21
prvtpgb.plb, 4-18
README.doc, 4-38
sunpu2.config, 8-6
tnsnames.ora, 4-7, 4-17, 4-24, 4-25, 4-26, 4-40, 9-13, 9-14, A-11, A-13, A-14
trandef.doc, 4-29
uname.rrm, 9-18
utlpg.sql, 4-18
utlraw.sql, 4-18
FLIP transaction
OLTP configuration
and verification for APPC/MVS, 4-36
and verification for CICS/ESA, 4-33
and verification for IDMS-DC, 4-34
and verification for IMS/TM, 4-31, 4-35
floating point datatype
restrictions, 1-5
function
put_line, 4-16
functions
see RPC (remote procedural call)
see UTL_PG
see UTL_RAW

G

gateway
access to IBM datastores, 2-2
accessing from other Oracle servers, 4-38
communications with all platforms, 2-2
components, 2-7, 2-9, 4-13
configuring, 4-13
for HP-UX, 4-23
for multiple users, 4-19
creating SNA definitions for, 7-6
creating SNAplus2 profiles, 7-4
de-installing, 4-39
directory see product installation directory), 4-6
error messages, B-1
factors affecting memory requirements, 3-2
features, 2-2
application transparency, 2-2
code generator, 2-3
fast interface, 2-2
flexible interface, 2-3
location transparency, 2-2
Oracle server integration, 2-3
performs automatic conversions, 2-3
site autonomy and security, 2-3
support for tools, 2-3
functions, 2-11
initialization files, 2-4, 9-3
sample initPGA.ora, A-18
initialization parameters, 9-12, C-3
also see PGA parameters
configuring for two-phase commit, 9-12
described, 4-23
list, A-1
location, A-2
new, 10-2
new and changed since Version 4 gateway, 10-2
renamed since V4, 10-4
SET, 4-24, A-2
stored, C-3
to configure two-phase commit, 9-12
installation
first-time install, configuring the integrating server, 4-15
pre-installation procedures, 4-4
steps, 4-6
verification, 4-32
installing, 4-1
with Oracle Universal Installer action items, 4-10
overview, 2-2
parameter files, 4-23
also see gateway initialization parameters, and PGA parameters
initPGA.ora, 4-23
remote procedure, definition, 2-4
requirements
hardware, 3-2
restoring to previous releases, 4-3
RPC functions, 9-5
security options and overview, 5-2
also see, security
server
description in two-phase commit, 9-4
error messages, B-5, B-6
interaction with Oracle logging server in two-phase commit, 9-5
restoring previous version, 4-3
support for two-phase commit, 9-3
setting up multiple gateway instances, A-11, A-13
SNA
configuration, 8-1
security validation, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
SNA profiles, see SNA server profiles, 6-5
starting, 2-9
startup shell parameters
FDS_CLASS_VERSION, 10-5
steps to install, via Oracle Universal Installer, 4-10
upgrading
from previous release, 4-2
preparing to upgrade, 4-3, 4-14
gateway initialization parameters
see gateway, also see, PGA parameters
global transaction ID, 9-8
GLOBAL_TRAN_ID column
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-8
gpglocal, 4-19
needed to compile PGAU-generated TIP specifications, 4-19
gpglocal.pkb script, 4-19
gpglocal.pkh script, 4-19
grant
access, 4-20
authorization, 4-19
execute, 4-17
explicit, 4-20
private, 4-20
public, 4-20

H

hardware requirements, 3-2
Heterogeneous Services (HS), 10-3
and Oracle Net considerations, 10-6
catalogs
installing, 4-16
definition, C-2
HOST key, 4-26
HP-UX, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
and security, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
and SNA profiles, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
and SNA security validation, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
APPC support provided by SNAplus2, 7-1
configuration for the gateway, 4-23
for OLTP verification, 4-34
gateway components, 2-9
in gateway architecture, 2-8
in verifying CICs, 4-34
operating system, 2-8
starting the gateway, 2-9
HQWM804.trc file, 9-16
HS parameters, 10-3
see also, (HS=)
HS_COMMIT_STRENGTH_POINT parameter, 10-4
HS_DB_DOMAIN parameter, 10-4
HS_DB_INTERNAL_NAME parameter, 10-4
HS_DB_NAME parameter, 10-4
HS_DESCRIBE_CACHE_HWM parameter, 10-4
HS_FDS_FETCH_ROWS parameter, 10-3
HS_LANGUAGE parameter, 10-4
HS_NLS_DATE_FORMAT parameter, 10-4
HS_NLS_DATE_LANGUAGE parameter, 10-4
HS_NLS_NCHAR parameter, 10-3
HS_OPEN_CURSORS parameter, 10-4
HS_ROWID_CACHE_SIZE parameter, 10-4
HS_RPC_FETCH_REBLOCKING parameter, 10-3
HS_RPC_FETCH_SIZE parameter, 10-3

I

IDBLK parameter, 8-7
IDMS-DC
OLTP requirements, 3-5
IDMS-DC FLIP program, 4-30
IDMS-DC MVS
configuring for the gateway, 4-28
installation verification, 4-34
OLTP configuration verification, 4-34
verification of configuration, 4-34
IDNUM parameter, 8-7
implementation of the gateway, 2-9
implied APPC, A-14
IMS FLIP transaction, 4-31
imsgen.asm file, 4-31
IMS/TM
configuring for the gateway, 4-30
installation verification, 4-35
not supported by two-phase commit, 9-2
OLTP
configuration verification, 4-35
requirements, 3-5
TP name length, A-4, A-8
verification of configuration, 4-35
independent LU, 3-2, 4-27, 4-28, 4-29, 4-30, 4-31, 6-4
cannot be used in some cases, 7-5
recommended for the gateway, 7-5
vs. dependent LU, 7-5
INDOUBT, 9-23
in-doubt transactions, 9-26
avoiding, 9-24
steps to resolving, 9-26
INDOUBT=BACKOUT and INDOUBT=WAIT, differences between, 9-23
initialization files
see gateway initialization files, also see PGA parameters
initiating remote transactions, 2-10
initPGAI.ora file, A-11, A-14
initPGA.ora file, 4-23
sample, A-18
initPGAU.ora file, A-11, A-14
initsid.ora file, 2-4, 2-9, 4-23, 9-13, 9-24, 9-27, 10-2, A-2, C-3
gateway parameters, 4-23
has LOG_DESTINATION parameter, C-2
has TRACE_LEVEL parameter, C-2
new parameters, 10-3
new parameters since V4, 10-4
inittab file, 9-19, 9-20
installation
Oracle server coexistent with gateway, 4-6
steps, 4-6
verification
CICS, 4-33
gateway, 4-32
IDMS-DC MVS, 4-34
IMS/TM, 4-35
OLTP, 4-33
installing
and configuring the gateway, 4-1
preinstallation steps, 4-4
sample applications, 4-37
install.log file, 4-40
integrating server
see Oracle integrating server
Inter-Process Communications (IPC), with two-phase commit, 9-4
IPC
key, 4-25
protocol, 4-25

K

key
HOST, 4-26
IPC, 4-25
known problems
prior releases, C-16
known restrictions
in this release, 1-5
Korn shell, 4-7, 4-13

L

LCL_MAX_SESS_LMT parameter, 8-8
Link Station
creating, 7-8
link station profiles, 6-6
using smit to start, 6-12
listener.ora file, 4-7, 4-24, 4-25, 4-26, 4-40, A-11, A-13
LOCADDR parameter, 8-7
local LU, 7-5
LOG_DB RRM parameter, 9-14
LOG_DESTINATION parameter, 10-2, 10-3
moved to initsid.ora, C-2
LOG_DIRECTORY RRM parameter, 9-14
LOG_ERRORS RRM parameter, 9-15
maximum number of Oracle errors before RRM shuts down, 9-15
LOG_FILE RRM parameter, 9-14
LOG_NAME column
PGA_2PC_LUS table, 9-8
LOG_PASS RRM parameter, 9-15
LOG_STATUS column
PGA_2PC_LUS table, 9-8
LOG_USER RRM parameter, 9-15
logging scheme
requirements for logging two-phase commit for CICS transactions, 9-29
logging server
See Oracle logging server
Logical Unit of Work (See LUW), 9-29
logmode entry name, 4-34
LTERM, 4-29
LU name
assigning to the gateway, 6-7
LU_NAME column
PGA_2PC_LUS table, 9-8
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-9
LU_TYPE column
PGA_2PC_LUS table, 9-8
LU6.1 Adapter for LU6.2 applications, 4-30
LU6.2, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
server, 8-4
LU6.2 log information, 9-7
luname.ini file, 9-21, 9-22
LUs, 6-2, 6-4, 7-2, 8-2
(Logical Units), 6-7
alias identified by side information profile, 6-9
and gateway security, 5-4
and Side Information Profiles, 7-4
choosing a dedicated local LU for two-phase commit, 9-10
defining a directive, 8-7
dependent, 6-4
for configuring LU6.2 for IMS/TM for the gateway, 4-30
independent
for optimal network performance, 3-2
in configuring APPC/MVS on the gateway, 4-31
in configuring CICS/ESA, 4-27
in configuring IDMS-DC MVS, 4-28
in configuring IMS/TM for the gateway, 4-30
vs. dependent, 8-5
local, 7-5
local LU
profile, 6-7, 9-16
required for two-phase commit, 9-3
partner, 7-5
defined by PTNR_LU directive, 8-8
partner LU, 9-21
location profile, 6-8
profile, 6-8
partner LU name, 8-9
assigning alias, 6-8
LUTYPE parameter, 8-7
luw_id, 9-27
LUW_ID column
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-10
LUWID, 9-27, 9-29
info provided to gateway at startup, 9-25
log, 9-30
log cleanup, 9-33
log table or file, 9-29

M

manual recovery, 9-23
of in-doubt transactions, 9-26
memory requirements, 3-2
message
ORA-02050, 9-26
ORA-02053, 9-26
RRM partner LU message PGA-21215, 9-21
RRM partner LU message PGA-21218, 9-21
messages
gateway server error messages, B-5, B-6
PGA-21110, 9-21
RRM error messages, 9-20, B-4
see error
migrating
an existing gateway instance to the new release, 10-2
backout considerations when migrating to new release, 10-2
from Version 4 to 9i
special parameters, 10-2
Mode
and Side Information Profiles, 7-4
MODE directive, 8-8
Mode name, 8-9
mode profiles
SNA server, 6-6, 9-16
mounting the CD-ROM
for AIX, 4-8
for HP-UX, 4-8
for Solaris, 4-9
multi-byte character set (MBCS)
restrictions, 1-5
multi-conversational transactions, 2-11
MVS/ESA
OLTP requirements, 3-5

N

NAME parameter, 8-8, 8-9
network
configuring, 4-24
reconfiguring, 4-24
node profile, 6-6
NQ_LU_NAME parameter, 8-8

O

obsolete parameters, 10-4
OLTP, 4-23, 7-5, 7-6, 8-5, A-9, A-10, A-12
accessing from the Oracle integrating server, 4-39
and dependent LUs, 7-5
and SECURITY=PROGRAM option, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
and SNA SECURITY=SAME option, 6-3, 7-3, 8-3
configuration verification, 4-32
APPC/MVS, 4-36
CICS/ESA, 4-33
IDMS-DC MVS, 4-34
IMS/TM, 4-35
configuring, 4-27
APPC/MVS for the gateway, 4-31
CICS/ESA for the gateway, 4-27
IDMS-DC MVS for the gateway, 4-28
IMS/TM for the gateway, 4-30
to allow gateway access, 4-2
currently supported types, 4-27, 4-33
defining PTERM and LTERMs (configuration of IDMS-DC MVS), 4-29
definition, 2-4
gateway architecture
installation verification, 4-33
mode name specification, 6-6
post-installation steps, 4-37
remote, 2-1
requirements, 3-5
security and inbound APPC session requests, 6-4, 7-4, 8-4
security on the gateway, 5-2
SNA security option, 6-3, 7-3, 8-3
support for two-phase commit, 9-2
user ID mapping, 5-4
verifying configuration, 4-33
one-shot transactions, 2-11
online transaction processor
See OLTP
operating system
HP-UX, 2-8
Oracle Adapter
network needs, 3-5
Oracle Call Interface
changes to, 1-2
Oracle directory tree, 4-6
Oracle global transaction ID, 9-27
Oracle Heterogeneous Services
see Heterogeneous Services
Oracle integrating server, 2-10, 4-2, 4-4, 4-5, 4-13, 4-14, 4-17, 4-19, 4-25, 4-33, 4-35, 4-36, 5-4, 9-6, 9-23, 9-27, A-9, A-10, A-11, A-12, A-13, A-14
accessing
gateway from other servers, 4-38
OLTPs from, 4-39
other OLTPs, 4-39
Also called Oracle9i Server
and gateway security, 5-4
component of the gateway, 2-7
configuring
for first-time gateway installations or upgrade, 4-15, 4-19
connecting to gateway server in two-phase commit, 9-3
controlling component in two-phase commit, 9-4
definition, 2-4
enabling DBMS_OUTPUT PL/SQL package, 4-15
function with RRM parameters, 9-14
installation steps, 4-6
interaction with gateway server in two-phase commit, 9-5
LOG_PASS RRM password parameter, 9-15
logging server locations, 9-4
logon authentication needed, 5-3
multiple servers on the gateway, 2-8
precompiles PL/SQL package, 2-2
pre-configuration steps, 4-13
READ_ONLY mode, A-9, A-12
rename links when upgrading the gateway, 4-14
role
in gateway communication, 2-9
in logon security, 5-4
in starting the gateway, 2-9
separate directory from gateway, 4-5
shipped with PL/SQL packages, 4-20
shut down before shutting down RRM, 9-19
starting, before RRM, 9-19
stores PL/SQL, 2-5
system shutdown procedure, 9-20
upgrading
from previous releases, 4-17
verifying
APPC/MVS configuration, 4-37
gateway installation, 4-33
IMS/TM, 4-36
OLTP configuration, 4-34
Oracle local transaction ID, 9-27
Oracle logging server, 9-4, 9-13
component of two-phase commit, 9-3
configuring for two-phase commit, 9-12
description of function in two-phase commit, 9-4
in manual transaction recovery, 9-27
in resolving in-doubt transactions, 9-27
interaction with gateway server, 9-5
interaction with RRM, 9-5
two-phase commit interactions, 9-5
Oracle Net, 2-4, 9-13, 9-14, A-4, A-7
accessing gateway from other Oracle servers, 4-38
function on the gateway, 2-7
Heterogeneous services/tnsnames.ora considerations, 10-6
listeners, 9-19
shut down after shutting down RRM, 9-19
starting before starting RRM, 9-19
protocol for accessing gateways, 4-5
release, 1-2
security considerations, 5-3
version needed, 1-2
Oracle Procedural Gateway for APPC
also see gateway
de-installing, 4-39
development environment, 2-3
functions, 2-11
Oracle Universal Installer, 4-9
starting for AIX, 4-9
using
to de-install the gateway, 4-40
to install gateway, 4-10
ORACLE_HOME environmental variable, 4-7
Oracle9i Server
and networking products needed, 3-5
release 9.0.1.0.0 needed, 1-2
oralu62.asm file, 4-30
ORAPGA.APPCMVS.SAMPLIB, 4-31
oraplu62.asm file, 4-27, 4-28, 4-30, 4-31
orasyn62.asm file, 9-17
OS_TERMINAL column
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-9
override
user ID and password, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2

P

package
DBMS_OUTPUT, 4-15, 4-38
UTL_PG, 4-16, 4-20, 4-38
invalidated or deinstalled, 4-18
UTL_RAW, 4-15, 4-38
invalidated or deinstalled, 4-18
package specifications
avoid reinstalling, 4-18
PAR_SESS_SUP parameter, 8-8
parameter
RRM
initialization for two-phase commit, 9-14
LOG_DB, 9-14
LOG_DIRECTORY, 9-14
LOG_ERRORS, 9-15
LOG_FILE, 9-14
LOG_USER, 9-15
password parameter LOG_PASS used to connect to Oracle integrating server, 9-15
TRACE_DIRECTORY, 9-15
TRACE_FILE, 9-16
TRACE_LEVEL, 9-16
parameter files
see gateway initialization files
see PGA parameters
see RRM parameters
parameters
ADDR, 8-7
changed since Version 4 gateway, 10-2
CW_AUTOACT_LMT, 8-8
FDS_CLASS_VERSION, 10-5
gateway initialization parameter,described, 4-23
gateway initialization parameters needed for two-phase commit, 9-12
IDBLK, 8-7
IDNUM, 8-7
LCL_MAX_SESS_LMT, 8-8
LOCADDR, 8-7
LUTYPE, 8-7
NAME, 8-8, 8-9
new
FDS_CLASS, 10-3
FDS_INSTANCE, 10-3
new initialization parameters since V4 gateway release, 10-2
NQ_LU_NAME, 8-8
obsolete, 10-4
PAR_SESS_SUP, 8-8
PGA
described, 4-24
renamed startup shell script
since Version 4 gateway, 10-4
RMTMACADDR, 8-7
RRM
see RRM parameters
see PGA parameters and gateway
SESS_LMT, 8-7
TERMID, 8-7
USING, 4-24
partner LU, 7-5, 9-21
error message, 9-21
locations profile, 6-8
name, 8-9
profile, 6-8
password
change using ALTER USER command, 4-17
Oracle authentication, 5-3
Oracle password to be used by gateway, A-4, A-7
overrides, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
with operating system authentication, 5-3
Password Encryption Utility
description, 1-3
password encryption utility
AIX-only, 1-3
PDS (partitioned dataset), 4-31
persistent transactions, 2-11
PF keys, 1-5
PG Data Dictionary
See PG DD
PG DD
after upgrade, 4-3
allowing multiple users, 4-19
creating public synonyms for multiple users, 4-19
definition, 2-5
install script, 4-17
installing for gateway configuration, 4-17
no access from earlier PGAU versions, 4-3
packages
dropping after de-installing the gateway, 4-39
restoring previous version, 4-3
tables, 4-20
upgrade when upgrading gateway, 4-18
using PGAU to upgrade existing entries, 4-22
pg4appc directory
product installation directory, 4-6
PG4ARRM, 9-15
pg4arrm executable, 9-11
pg4hoa1.sh file, 4-24, 8-6, 8-9, A-11, A-13, A-14, C-2
new parameters, 10-3
new startup shell parameters, 10-5
parameter added, C-2
parameters renamed since Version 4, 10-4
possible error message, 4-24
sample, A-15
setting up environmental variables, 8-6
PGA, A-5, A-8
definition, 2-4
initialization files
initPGAI.ora and initPGAU.ora, A-11, A-14
PGA parameters, A-2
described, 4-24
LOG_DESTINATION, A-2, A-6
PGA_CAPABILITY, 4-24, 9-12, 9-13, A-3, A-6
choosing settings, A-9, A-11
options for updating foreign databases, A-9, A-12
protections against data problems, A-9, A-12
PGA_CONFIRM, A-3, A-7
choosing settings, A-14
PGA_LOCAL_LU, 9-13
PGA_LOG_DB, 9-13, A-4, A-7
PGA_LOG_PASS, 9-13, A-4, A-7
PGA_LOG_USER, 9-13, A-4, A-7
PGA_RECOVERY_PASS, A-4, A-8
PGA_RECOVERY_TPNAME, A-4, A-8
PGA_RECOVERY_USER, A-5, A-8
PGA_SECURITY_TYPE, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2, A-5, A-8
PGA_SECURITY_TYPE=NONE, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
PGA_SECURITY_TYPE=SAME, 6-3, 7-3, 8-3
TRACE_LEVEL, A-5, A-9
PGA_2PC_LUS table, 9-3
columns, 9-8
maintained by RRM, 9-7
modified by logging server, 9-5
with two-phase commit, 9-4
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-3, 9-7, 9-20, 9-27
columns, 9-8
created, 9-12
maintained by gateway server, 9-7
modified by logging server, 9-5
with two-phase commit, 9-4, 9-6
PGA_CAPABILITY
See PGA parameters
PGA_CC_PENDING
table
unsuccessful rollback, C-12
PGA_CONFIRM
See PGA parameters
PGA_LOCAL_LU
See PGA parameters
PGA_LOG_DB
See PGA parameters
PGA_LOG_PASS
See PGA parameters
PGA_LOG_USER
See PGA parameters
PGA_SECURITY_TYPE
See PGA parameters
PGA_SECURITY_TYPE=NONE, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
PGA_SECURITY_TYPE=SAME, 6-3, 7-3, 8-3
PGA_TRACE parameter
no longer supported, C-2
PGA-20910 message
communication error, B-2, B-5, B-6
PGA-20995 message
communication error, B-3
PGA-21450 RRM message
communication error, B-4
PGA-21451 RRM message
SNA server/6000 is shutting down, B-5
pga2pcau.sql
file, 9-12
script, 9-12, 9-13
pga2pclg.sql
file, 9-12
script, 9-12, 9-13
pga2pclu.sql
file, 9-12
script, 9-12, 9-13, 9-20
pga2pcpn.sql
file, 9-12
script, 9-12, 9-13
PGAADMIN, 4-19, 4-33
creating the gateway administrator user ID, 4-17
granting access to additional users, 4-19
granting execution privileges on DBMS_PIPE, 4-17
initial password during creation, 4-17
pgacics.sql file, 4-32, 4-33, 4-34
pgacr8au.sql script, 4-17
pgadb22.cob
file, 9-30
pgadb22.cob file, 9-29, 9-31
PGADBA user id, created, 9-12
pgaecho.sql file, 4-32
pgaflip.asm file, 4-27, 4-28, 4-30, 4-31
pgaflip.jcl file, 4-27, 4-28, 4-31
PGAI
setting up, A-11, A-13
pgaidms.sql file, 4-32, 4-34, 4-35
pgaims.sql file, 4-32, 4-35, 4-36
PGAINIT function, 2-4, 2-10, 9-5
PGALUWID, 9-31
subroutine, 9-31
pgaluwid.asm file, 9-30, 9-31
pgaluwid.cob file, 9-31
pgaluwid.jcl file, 9-31
pgamvs.sql file, 4-32, 4-36
pgasna.export file, 6-5, 6-6, 6-7
PGATERM function, 2-4, 9-5
pgatiptr.sql script, 4-19
PGAU, 4-26
access to Oracle integrating server, 4-14
accesses definitions in PG DD, 2-5
control files, 4-3
deciding where to store TIPS and PGAU input files, 4-5
DEFINE/REDEFINE DATA statements, 1-5
definition
used to generate TIP specifications, 2-5
execution in stand-alone installation, 4-5
-generated TIP specifications, 2-9
-generated TIP specifications use UTL_PG, 4-16
-generated TIP specifications use UTL_RAW, 4-15
generating TIP specifications, PL/SQL v3 compatibility, C-3
purpose of PGDL, 2-5
release number, 1-2
restoring previous versions, 4-3
setting up, A-11, A-13
upgrading existing PG DD entries, 4-22
USAGE(NULL) keyword, 1-5
PGAU commands
DEFINE DATA
COBOL COPY REPLACE restrictions, 1-6
GENERATE, 4-21, 4-22
produces TIP in output files, 4-22
to upgrade existing TIPs, 4-21
pgavsn.sql file, 4-32
PGAXFER function, 2-4, 2-10, 9-5
pgddadev.sql
file, 4-21
script, 4-21
pgddapub.sql
file, 4-21
script, 4-21
pgddcr8r.sql script, 4-20
pgddcr8.sql script, 4-17
pgddcr8s.sql script, 4-20
PGDDDEF role, 4-20
pgdddel.sql script, 4-39
PGDDGEN role, 4-20
adding a privilege for upgrading PG DD entries, 4-22
pgddupgr.sql script, 4-18
PGDL (Procedural Gateway Definition Language)
definition, 2-5
PIP data, 6-9, 9-30, 9-31, 9-32
PL/SQL, 2-5
code generator, 2-3
datatypes, 2-9
converted to RAW, 2-10
function in the gateway, 2-2
function references in the gateway, 2-10
running pgatiptr.sql script to create routines, 4-19
UTL_PG package function, 2-6
UTL_RAW function, 2-6
UTL_RAW package, installation, 4-15
PL/SQL package
definition, 2-5
developer access to, 4-20
enabled, 4-15
functions, 2-9
needed to access gateway from other Oracle servers, 4-38
See TIP
PL/SQL stored procedure specification
also called "TIP"
See PL/SQL package
post-installation steps for OLTP, 4-37
privileges
needed to create TIPs, 4-21
Procedural Gateway Administration
see PGA
Procedural Gateway Administration Utility
also see PGAU, 2-9
processor requirements, 3-2
product installation directory, 4-6
naming, 4-6
see ORACLE_HOME and pg4appc directory
product publications, xv
product set in this release, 1-2
profiles
see side information profile, 9-17
see SNA server profiles
transaction program name profile, 9-17
protocol
IPC, 4-25
TCP, 4-25
prvtpgb.plb
file, 4-18
script, 4-16, 4-18
prvtrawb.plb script, 4-15, 4-17
PTERM, 4-29
PTNR_LU directive, 8-8
public synonyms for multiple PG DD users, 4-19
put_line function, 4-16

R

READ_ONLY
PGA_COMPATIBILITY setting, A-12
PGA_COMPATIBILITYsetting, A-9
README.doc file, 4-38
RECO
Oracle recovery process, C-12
recompiling TIPs
See TIP
reconfiguring your network, 4-24
recovery actions (manual), 9-27
release-specific information
restrictions, 1-5
remote host transactions (RHT)
types, 2-11
Remote Node definition
creating, 7-8
remote procedural call
See RPC
remote procedure
definition, 2-4
remote transaction program
See RTP
renamed startup shell script parameters since Version 4 gateway, 10-4
REQUEST-COMMIT, 9-6
requirements
CICS/ESA, 3-5
CICS/MVS, 3-5
CICS/VSE, 3-5
documentation, 3-6
hardware, 3-2
IDMS-DC, 3-5
IMS/TM, 3-5
MVS/ESA, 3-5
network attachments, 3-2
OLTP, 3-5
software, 3-3
system, 3-1
resolving an in-doubt transaction, 9-26
Resource Recovery Manager - See RRM, 9-4
Resource Recovery Manager on AIX
sample HQWM920.ini file, A-20
restoring a previous release of the gateway, 4-3
restrictions
APPC PIP data not supported, 1-5
cannot emulate CICS PF keys, 1-5
CICS/ESA, 1-5
COBOL COPY REPLACE processing, 1-6
floating point datatype conversion, 1-5
in this release, 1-5
multi-byte character set support for numeric data, 1-5
no compression and decompression facilities in gateway, 1-5
PGAU USAGE null on DEFINE/REDEFINE data, 1-5
RHDCCNOS multiple session service manager, 4-29
RMTMACADDR parameter, 8-7
role
PGDDDEF, 4-20
PGDDGEN, 4-20
ROLLBACK, 3-5, 9-10, 9-27, 9-29, 9-30, 9-31, 9-33, A-9, A-12
rollback, 9-4, 9-9, 9-24, 9-30
from transaction failure, 9-23
function of Oracle integrating server, 9-5
in bug no. 689304, C-12
ROLLBACK FORCE, 9-27
RPC
definition, 2-5
functiion
PGATERM, 9-5
function
PGAINIT, 2-4, 2-10, 9-5
PGATERM, 2-4
PGAXFER, 2-4, 2-10, 9-5
within the gateway, 9-5
functions within the gateway, 2-2, 2-10
processing, 2-1
RRM, 9-3
cold start, 9-20
configuring initialization parameters for two-phase commit, 9-14
description for two-phase commit, 9-4
error messages, B-4
in two-phase commit, 9-11
interaction with Oracle logging server in two-phase commit, 9-5
issued messages
PGA-21215, 9-21
PGA-21218, 9-21
parameter list, 9-14
recovery, 9-20
required component of two-phase commit, 9-3
startup and shutdown procedures in two-phase commit, 9-18
startup with AIX user ID, 9-19
TP_PROFILE, 9-15
RRMSIDE_PROFILE, 9-15
rrmstart script, 9-20
customizing for two-phase commit, 9-18
rrmstop script, 9-18
RTP
and Side Information Profiles, 7-4
definition, 2-5
executing, 2-4
function in the gateway, 2-2
PGA_CAPABILITY settings for read-only RTPs, A-9, A-12

S

sample
initPGA.ora file, A-18
sample applications
included, 4-37
installing, 4-37
script
gpglocal.pkb, 4-19
gpglocal.pkh, 4-19
pga2pcau.sql, 9-12, 9-13
pga2pclg.sql, 9-12, 9-13
pga2pclu.sql, 9-12, 9-13, 9-20
pga2pcpn.sql, 9-12, 9-13
pgacr8au.sql, 4-17
pgddadev.sql, 4-21
pgddapub.sql, 4-21
pgddcr8r.sql, 4-20
pgddcr8.sql, 4-17
pgddcr8s.sql, 4-20
pgdddel.sql, 4-39
pgddupgr.sql, 4-18
prvtpgb.plb, 4-16, 4-18
prvtrawb.plb, 4-15, 4-17
rrmstart, 9-20
customizing, 9-18
rrmstop, 9-18
shutdown, 9-20
utlpg.sql, 4-16, 4-18
utlraw.sql, 4-15, 4-18
SDLC
connection
defined by TRLINE or SDCLINE directives, 8-7
security
and database links, 5-4
and SNA validation, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
authenticating application logons, 5-3
authentication mechanisms, 6-3, 7-3, 8-3
link accessibility for public and private databases, 5-4
links and CONNECT clauses, 5-4
overview of gateway security requirements, 5-2
processing inbound connections, 6-4, 7-4, 8-4
requirements, 5-2
specifying SNA conversation security, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
SECURITY=NONE SNA security option, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
SECURITY=PROGRAM, 6-3, 7-3, 8-3
SECURITY=SAME SNA security option, 6-3, 7-3, 8-3
SESS_ID column
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-10
SESS_LMT parameter, 8-7
SET
gateway initialization parameter, 4-24
SET command, 4-24
shells
see Bourne, Korn, and C shells, 4-1
shutdown script, 9-20
SID column
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-9
side information
and Sym Dest Name option, 7-6
side information files, 8-8
identified by Symbolic Destination Name, 8-9
Side Information Profile, 8-5
side information profile, 6-7
defined in two-phase commit, 9-17
function, 6-9
Side Information Profiles, 7-5, 7-9
description, 7-4
side profile, 9-15
side profile name, 4-34
SIDE_NAME column
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-9
SIDE_PROFILE, 9-15
SINGLE_SITE
and PGA_CAPABILITY parameter, A-12
smit
"Verify Configuration Profiles" option, 6-12
creating SNA profiles for the gateway, 6-5
System Management Interface Tool for AIX, 6-5
SNA
parameters, 2-10
profiles, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
security validation, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
SNA APPC
also see APPC
function in the gateway, 2-2
SNA LU, 6-8
SNA node
and Link Station, 7-8
SNA node profile, 6-6
SNA profiles
See SNA server profiles
SNA security options
SECURITY=NONE, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
SECURITY=PROGRAM, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
SECURITY=SAME, 6-3, 7-3, 8-3
SNA server, 6-1, 6-10
configuring
for two-phase commit, 9-16
dependent LUs, 6-4
error messages, B-2, B-3
gateway error PGA-20995, B-3
independent LUs, 6-4
profiles, 6-1, 6-5, 6-10
activating and verifying, 6-12
creating, 6-5
definition, 6-1
for non APPN-capable nodes, 6-8
link station, 6-6
local LU profile, 6-7, 9-16
mode profile, 6-6, 9-16
partner LU, 6-8
partner LU location profile, 6-8
prior to creating, 6-5
side information profile, 6-9
SNA node profile, 6-6
transaction program name, 6-9
types, 6-5
RRM error message PGA-21451, B-5
verify and activate profiles, 6-12
SNA/APPC
services, 8-4
SNAplus2, 4-29, 4-34, 4-35, 4-36, 6-3, 7-3, 7-6, 8-3
and LUs, 7-5
and SNA security option, 6-3, 7-3, 8-3
and SNA security validation, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
APPC menu
Sym Dest Names option, 7-6
configuring, 7-7
for HP-UX on the gateway, 4-23
creating definitions, 7-6
creating profiles for the gateway, 7-4
function, 7-1
testing the connection, 7-10
using xsnapadmin to configure, 7-4
SNASVCMG mode entry, 4-29
software requirements, 3-3
for AIX-Based Systems, 3-3
SQL*Plus
sample, used when gateway and Oracle integrating server share machine, 4-17
to configure Oracle integrating server, 4-15
using to connect to Oracle integrating server, 4-17
stand-alone
installation, 4-26
location of PGAU execution, 4-5
installing or upgrading on, 4-14
starting
the gateway, 2-9
startup shell script
also see pg4hoa1.sh
file
new parameter added, C-2
location of new initialization parameters since V4 gateway, 10-3
STATE column
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-8
statement
CDMSLIB DD, 4-30
describe, 4-16
DFHRPL DD, 4-28
storage measurements, xviii
Sun Solaris
APPC support provided by SunLink SNA Peer-to-Peer, 8-1
SunLink SNA P2P LU6.2
setting up server name, 8-5
SunLink SNA Peer-to-Peer, 8-5, 8-6
and environmental variables, 8-6
and LUs, 8-5
configuration overview, 8-4
configuring, 8-4
CP directive, 8-7
DLC directive, 8-7
LU directive, 8-7
MODE directive, 8-8
PTNR_LU directive, 8-8
sample side information file, 8-10
setting up a configuration file, 8-6
setting up a server name, 8-5
side information files, 8-8
TRLINE or SDLCLINE directive, 8-7
dependent LUs, 8-5
function in gateway communication, 8-1
independent and dependent LUs, 8-5
main components
SunLink SNA PU2.1 server and SunLink P2P LU6.2 server, 8-4
provides support for Sun Solaris APPC, 8-1
starting the PU2.1 server, 8-10
SunLink SNA PU2.1 server, 8-4
setting up configuration file, 8-6
starting the server, 8-10
sunpu2.config file, 8-6
Sym Dest Name
symbolic destination name, 7-6
Symbolic Destination Name, 8-9
system identifier
choosing, 4-4
system requirements, 3-1

T

table
DBA_2PC_PENDING, 9-7
GLOBAL_TRAN_ID, 9-8
PGA_2PC_LUS, 9-3
columns, 9-8
maintained by RRM, 9-7
modified by logging server, 9-5
with two-phase commit, 9-4
PGA_2PC_PENDING, 9-3
columns, 9-8
created, 9-12
maintained by gateway server, 9-7
modified by logging server, 9-5
with two-phase commit, 9-4, 9-6
TCP protocol, 4-25
TCP/IP protocol adapter, 4-25
TERMID parameter, 8-7
terms, gateway terms defined, 2-4
testing the SNAplus2 connection, 7-10
TIP
Also called PL/SQL package
body output files, 4-22
considerations, with stand-alone installation, 4-5
conversions, 2-3
converting PL/SQL datatypes to RAW, 2-10
definition, 2-5
developer access to PL/SQL packages, 4-20
developer authorization on gpglocal, 4-19
function in Oracle integrating server, 2-10
functions, 2-9
invalidated if package specifications reinstalled, 4-18
override, 6-2, 7-2, 8-2
recompile
after reinstalling package specifications, 4-18
on upgrade from Release 4.0.1, 4-3
regenerate to upgrade function and maintenance, 4-21
remote transaction initiation (PGAINIT), 2-10
specification output files, 4-22
specifications, 4-19, 4-20, 4-21
generated by PGAU, 2-9, C-3
PL/SQL v3 compatibility, C-3
use UTL_PG, 4-16
use UTL_RAW, 4-15
specifying LUs, 6-4, 7-5, 8-5
trace access PL/SQL routines, 4-19
upgrade considerations from previous versions, 4-3
TNS listener, 4-5, 4-24
TNS_ADMIN environmenalt variables, 9-13
tnsnames.ora
and Oracle Net considerations, 10-6
tnsnames.ora file, 4-7, 4-17, 4-24, 4-25, 4-26, 4-40, 9-13, 9-14, A-11, A-13, A-14
Token Ring
connection defined by TRLINE or SDCLINE directives, 8-7
parameters used for DLC directive, 8-7
TP name, 8-9, A-4, A-8
TP profile, 9-15
TP_NAME column
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-10
TP_PROFILE, 9-15
trace access, 4-19
TRACE_DIRECTORY RRM parameter, 9-15, 9-16
TRACE_FILE RRM parameter, 9-16
TRACE_LEVEL parameter, 10-3, A-5, A-9
moved to initsid.ora, C-2
TRACE_LEVEL RRM parameter, 9-16
TRAN_COMMENT column
PGA_2PC_PENDING table, 9-9
trandef.doc file, 4-29
Transaction Interface Package
See TIP
transaction program name profile
and two-phase commit, 6-9, 9-17
transaction types
one-shot, persistent and multi-conversational, 2-11
transferring
initsid.ora gateway initialization file parameters, 10-2
transparency
(application), 2-2
(location), 2-2
TRLINE or SDLCLINE directives, 8-7
two-phase commit, A-3
and Oracle logging server, 9-3
and PGA_CAPABILITY parameter, A-9
and Recovery Resource Manager, 9-3
application design requirements, 9-24
architecture, 9-2
components, 9-4
interactions, 9-5
configuring, 9-11
CICS/ESA, 9-17
gateway, 9-12
Oracle logging server, 9-12
RRM initialization parameters, 9-14
the SNA server, 9-16
customizing rrmstart script, 9-18
flow of control, 9-6
function, 9-1
gateway server and RRM LU6.2 log tables, 9-7
implementing, 9-2
logging from CICS applications, 9-29
manual recovery of in-doubt transactions, 9-26
needs transaction program name profile, 6-9
not supported by IBM IMS/TM and APPC/MVS, 9-2
periodic log cleanup, 9-33
PGALUWID subroutine, 9-31
post-configuration tasks, 9-18
pre-configuration tasks, 9-10
required components, 9-3
RRM recovery, 9-20
RRM startup and shutdown, 9-18
setting up local LUs, 6-7
setting up node profile, 6-6
supported by gateway server, 9-3
supported OLTPs, 9-2
supported with CICS/ESA, 9-2
the four main components, 9-2
with CICS/ESA, 9-23
two-phase commit flow, step by step, 9-6

U

uname.rrm file, 9-18
upgrading
considerations, 4-3
existing TIP specifications, 4-21
the gateway
renaming links or directories, 4-14
user ID
as security authentication, 5-3
user ID mapping
OLTP, 5-4
USING parameter, 4-24
UTL_PG, 4-20
installing, 4-16
package, 4-20, 4-38
definition, 2-6
invalidated or deinstalled, 4-18
UTL_RAW, 4-15, 4-20
interface
PL/SQL package, 4-20
package, 4-38
invalidated or deinstalled, 4-18
PL/SQL package
definition, 2-6
utlpg.sql
file, 4-18
script, 4-16, 4-18
utlraw.sql
file, 4-18
script, 4-15, 4-18

V

VTAM, 4-30, 4-31
and Side Information Profiles, 7-4
configuring for connection to the gateway, 4-27, 4-28
setting partner LU, 6-8
VTAM logmode table, 4-27, 4-28, 4-30, 4-31

X

xsnapadmin, 7-7
invoking, 7-7
to configure SNAplus2, 7-4, 7-7
to create SNA definitions, 7-6
X-Windows
see xsnapadmin, 7-4

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