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

Part Number A96651-01
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Symbols

(HS=(DRIVER)) (TNSNAMES parameter for Oracle Net)
necessary service name definition parameter, C-5
with IPC protocol, 4-17
with TCP/IP protocol, 4-18

A

accessibility
documentation accessibility information, xiv
accessing the gateway from other servers, 4-30
ALTER USER command, 4-10
APPC, 2-2
conversation security option, A-5
APPC log file
changes to, 1-2
appcdef.doc file, 4-21
APPC/MVS
configuring for the gateway, 4-23
verification of configuration, 4-28
architecture
three components of gateway architecture, 2-7
ASCII
automatic conversion, 2-3
audience
intended audience, xi
authentication
operating system authentication, 5-3
Oracle authentication, 5-2
types, 5-2

B

backout possibilities during migration, 7-3
bugs
bypassing a bug in IDMS-DC, 4-21

C

CDMSLIB DD statement, 4-22
CD-ROM drive requirements, 3-2
changes and enhancements
password encryption utility, 1-2
previous releases, C-3
changes in this release, 1-2
gateway parameters moved from initsid.gtwboot, C-4
Oracle server dependencies, C-4
parameters in initsid.ora sample file, C-4
PGAU.EXE and PG4APPC.EXE renamed, C-5
SNA Server version 2 not supported, C-5
tnsnames.ora
service name definition parameter, C-5
CICS, 2-11, 3-3
installation verification, 4-25
manual definitions for releases under 3.1.1, 4-20
one security option not supported by the gateway, 6-3
security options, 6-3
ATTACHSEC parameter, 6-3
transaction bug fixed in release 8.0.6 (bug no. 689304), C-8
transaction ID, 4-25
verifying configuration, 4-25
CICS/ESA
authentication mechanism, 6-3
configuring for the gateway, 4-19
OLTP
configuration verification, 4-25
requirements, 3-4
TP name length, A-4
CICS/MVS
OLTP requirements, 3-4
CICS/VSE
OLTP requirements, 3-4
COBOL
restrictions on COPY REPLACE clause, 1-4
command
SET, 4-16
COMMIT, A-6
COMMIT_CONFIRM, A-3, A-6, A-7
option for PGA_CAPABILITY parameter, A-6
commit-confirm, A-7
configuring the gateway, 4-19
COMMIT/ROLLBACK, 3-3
communication between server, gateway and target system, 2-9
communications requirements, 3-3
configuring
APPC/MVS, 4-23
CICS/ESA, 4-19
gateway
commit-confirm, 4-19
IDMS-DC MVS, 4-20
IMS/TM, 4-22
OLTP, 4-19
optional steps, to allow multiple users, 4-12
Oracle integrating server
first-time installation steps, 4-12
pre-configuration steps, 4-7
SNA Server on the gateway for Windows NT, 4-16
upgrade steps, 4-12
Windows NT for the gateway, 4-16
your network, 4-17
CONNECT, 6-2
CONNECT clause, for database link security, 5-4
connection
definition
SNA Server, 6-9
testing, 6-26
corrected problems, previous releases, C-6
CPI-C, 4-29
function, gateway error messages, B-2
symbolic destination names, 6-20
create
public database link, 4-9

D

data dictionary, see PG DD
data exchange
PGAXFER function, 2-10
database instance, 2-9
database link, 2-10, A-8
connect clauses, 5-4
creating, 4-9
dropping, when deinstalling the gateway, 4-31
public and private, 5-3
security, CONNECT clause, 5-4
datastores
gateway access to, 2-2
DBMS_OUTPUT packages, 4-8, 4-30
DBMS_PIPE, 4-10, 4-12, 4-13
de-installing
the gateway, 4-30
dependent LU, 4-22, 6-3, 6-4
also see, LUs
describe statement, 4-8
DBMS_OUTPUT, 4-8, 4-9, 4-30
UTL_RAW, 4-8
dfhcsdup.jcl file, 4-19
DFHRPL DD statement, 4-20
disk space requirements, 3-3
documentation
required product publications, xi

E

EBCDIC
automatic conversion, 2-3
enhancements
gateway runs as process based, C-5
GTWCONG.EXE no longer included, C-6
GTWSRV.EXE no longer included, C-5
heterogeneous services, C-6
in this release, 1-2
PL/SQL V3 compatibility, C-6
response time and CPU utilization performance, C-6
error
during commit processing, A-9
messages from the gateway, B-1
parameter name misspelled, 4-16
PGA-20910 communication error message, B-2
system error number "errno", B-2
treating incoming APPC CONFIRM requests as errors, A-3, A-8

F

file
appcdef.doc, 4-21
dfhcsdup.jcl, 4-19
imsgen.asm, 4-22
initPGAI.ora, A-8
initPGA.ora, 4-16
initPGAU.ora, A-8
initsid.ora, 2-4, 2-9, 4-16, A-2, C-4
gateway parameters, 4-16
listener.ora, 4-17, 4-18, 4-31, A-8
oralu62.asm, 4-22
oraplu62.asm, 4-19, 4-20, 4-22, 4-23
pgacics.sql, 4-25, 4-26
pgaflip.asm, 4-19, 4-20, 4-21, 4-22
pgaflip.jcl, 4-19, 4-20, 4-22, 4-23
pgaflip.rex, 4-23
pgaidms.sql, 4-26
pgaim.sql, 4-27
pgaims.sql, 4-27
pgamvs.sql, 4-28
PGAU control files, 4-2
pgddadev.sql, 4-14
pgddapub.sql, 4-14
README.wri, 4-29
tnsnames.ora, 4-10, 4-17, 4-18, 4-31, 7-6, A-8, C-5
trandef.doc, 4-21
FLIP transaction
OLTP configuration and verification for IMS/TM, 4-22, 4-27
OLTP configuration for CICS/ESA, 4-25
function
put_line, 4-9
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, 4-30
changes and enhancements in this release, 1-2
communications with all platforms, 2-2
components, 2-9, 4-7
configuring for Windows NT, 4-1, 4-16
de-installing, 4-30
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
initialization parameters, C-4
described, 4-16
list, A-1
location, A-2
migration differences, C-4
obsolete, 7-3
SET, 4-16, A-2
stored, C-4
installation
first-time install, configuring the integrating server, 4-8
pre-installation procedures, 4-3
installing, 4-1
the software, 4-5
overview, 2-2
parameter files, 4-16
initPGA.ora, 4-16
see gateway initialization parameters
remote procedure, definition, 2-4
restoring to previous releases, 4-3
security options and overview, 5-2
also see, Security
server
messages, B-2
restoring previous version, 4-3
service name entries in the tnsnames.ora, 7-6
setting up multiple gateway instances, A-7
SNA
configuration, 6-1
definitions, 6-4
security validation, 6-2
starting, 2-9
three components of gateway architecture, 2-7
upgrading
from previous releases, 4-2
preparing to upgrade, 4-3
verification
of installation, 4-24
gateway initialization parameters
see gateway, also see, PGA parameters
Gateway Remote Procedure
description, 2-4
GENERATE statement, 4-13
gpglocal
needed to compile PGAU-generated TIP specifications, 4-12
gpglocal.pkb script, 4-12
gpglocal.pkh script, 4-12
grant
access, 4-13
authorization, 4-12
create, 4-13
execute, 4-10, 4-12
explicit, 4-13
private, 4-13
public, 4-13
GTWCONF.EXE
no longer Included, C-6
GTWSRV.EXE
no longer in product, C-5

H

hardware requirements, 3-2
Heterogeneous Services (HS)
definition, C-6
in configuring Oracle integrating server, 4-9
Oracle Net considerations, 7-6
HOST key, 4-18

I

IDMS-DC
OLTP requirements, 3-4
IDMS-DC FLIP program, 4-21
IDMS-DC MVS
configuring for the gateway, 4-20
OLTP configuration verification, 4-26
verification of configuration, 4-26
implementation of the gateway, 2-9
implied APPC, A-9
IMS FLIP transaction, 4-22
imsgen.asm file, 4-22
IMS/TM
configuring for the gateway, 4-22
installation verification, 4-27
OLTP
configuration verification, 4-27
requirements, 3-4
TP name length, A-4
verification of configuration, 4-27
independent LU, 3-2, 4-19, 4-20, 4-21, 4-22, 4-23, 6-3
initialization files
see gateway initialization files, also see PGA parameters
initiating remote transactions, 2-10
initPGAI.ora file, A-8
initPGA.ora file, 4-16
initPGAU.ora file, A-8
initsid.ora file, 2-4, 2-9, 4-16, A-2, C-4
gateway parameters, 4-16
installation
verification
CICS, 4-25
IDMS-DC MVS, 4-26
IMS/TM, 4-27
of the gateway, 4-24
OLTP, 4-25
installing
and configuring the gateway, 4-1
gateway software, 4-5
preinstallation steps, 4-3
sample applications, 4-29
IPC
key, 4-17
protocol, 4-17

K

key
HOST, 4-18
IPC, 4-17
known bugs, C-9

L

link service definition, 6-7
listener.ora file, 4-17, 4-18, 4-31, A-8
Local LU definition, 6-13
logmode entry name, 4-25
LTERM, 4-21
LU6.1 Adapter for LU6.2 applications, 4-22
LU6.2, 6-2, 6-5, 6-14
LUs, 6-2
also see independent LU and dependent LU
and gateway security, 5-4
dependent
for configuring LU6.2 for IMS/TM for the gateway, 4-22
independent
for configuring APPC/MVS on the gateway, 4-23
for configuring IMS/TM for the gateway, 4-22
for optimal network performance, 3-2
in configuring CICS/ESA, 4-19
in configuring IDMS-DC MVS, 4-20
OLTP, 6-3
vs. dependent, 6-3
local LU definition, 6-13
partner, 6-4
remote definitions, 4-30

M

memory requirements, 3-2
messages
server error messages, descriptions, B-2
migrating an existing gateway instance to the new release, 7-2
migration
backout considerations when migrating to new release, 7-3
gateway initialization parameter differences, C-4
mode definition, 6-15
modifying the Mode Profile, 4-20
multi-conversational transactions, 2-11
MVS/ESA
OLTP requirements, 3-4

N

network
attachments required, 3-2
configuring, 4-17
reconfiguring, 4-17
network attachment
hardware requirement, 3-2

O

OLTP, 3-3, 4-16, A-6, A-7
accessing from the Oracle integrating server, 4-30
and independent LUs, 6-3
and SECURITY=PROGRAM option, 6-2
and side information, 6-20
configuration verification, 4-24
APPC/MVS, 4-28
CICS/ESA, 4-25
IDMS-DC MVS, 4-26
IMS/TM, 4-27
configuring, 4-19
APPC/MVS for the gateway, 4-23
CICS/ESA for the gateway, 4-19
IDMS-DC MVS for the gateway, 4-20
IMS/TM for the gateway, 4-22
to allow gateway access, 4-2
currently supported list of OLTPs, 4-19
currently supported types, 4-25
defining PTERM and LTERMs (configuration of IDMS-DC MVS), 4-21
definition, 2-4
description, requirements, 3-3
gateway architecture
installation verification, 4-25
post-installation steps, 4-28
remote, 2-1
requirements, 3-3
security and inbound APPC session requests, 6-3
security on the gateway, 5-2
SNA security option, 6-3
user ID mapping, 5-4
verifying configuration, 4-25
one-shot transactions, 2-11
online transaction processor
See OLTP
operating system requirements, 3-3
Oracle Adapter
network needs, 3-4
Oracle integrating server, 2-10, 4-2, 4-4, 4-7, 4-10, 4-12, 4-17, 4-25, 4-26, 4-27, 4-28, 5-3, A-6, A-7, A-8
accessing gateway from other servers, 4-30
accessing OLTPs from, 4-30
accessing other OLTPs, 4-30
Also called Oracle9i Server
and gateway security, 5-4
component of the gateway, 2-7
configuring
for first-time gateway installations or upgrade, 4-8, 4-12
definition, 2-4
enabling DBMS_OUTPUT PL/SQL package, 4-8
HS installation, 4-9
logon authentication needed, 5-2
multiple servers on the gateway, 2-8
precompiles PL/SQL package, 2-2
pre-configuration steps, 4-7
READ_ONLY mode, A-6
requirements, 3-3
role in gateway communication, 2-9
role in logon security, 5-4
role in starting the gateway, 2-9
service name definition and HS parameter, C-5
shipped with PL/SQL packages, 4-13
stores PL/SQL, 2-5
verifying APPC/MVS configuration, 4-28
verifying IMS/TM, 4-27
verifying OLTP configuration, 4-26
Oracle Net, 2-4, A-3
accessing gateway from other Oracle servers, 4-30
considerations, 7-6
function on the gateway, 2-7
networking product required, 3-4
protocol for accessing gateways, 4-4
security considerations, 5-3
supported protocols, 2-8
Oracle Net client, 3-4
Oracle NT services, 4-5
Oracle Procedural Gateway for APPC
de-installing, 4-30
development environment, 2-3
functions, 2-11
See also gateway server
Oracle Server Dependencies
description, C-2
Oracle server dependencies, C-4
Oracle Universal Installer, 4-5
de-installing the gateway, 4-30
installing the gateway, 4-5, 4-31
Oracle9i Server, 3-4, C-4, C-6
Also see Oracle integrating server
and Heterogeneous Services architecture, C-6
and networking products needed, 3-4
dependencies, C-4
release 9.0.1.0.0 needed, C-4
oralu62.asm file, 4-22
ORAPGA.APPCMVS.SAMPLIB, 4-23
oraplu62.asm file, 4-19, 4-20, 4-22, 4-23
override
user ID and password, 6-2

P

package
DBMS_OUTPUT, 4-8, 4-30
UTL_PG, 4-9, 4-13, 4-30
UTL_RAW, 4-8, 4-30
parameter
PGA
described, 4-16
USING, 4-17
parameter files
see gateway initialization files
see PGA parameters
see RRM parameters
parameters
(HS=(DRIVER)),service name definitions, C-5
gateway boot initialization, 7-2
gateway initialization parameters, described, 4-16
see PGA parameters and gateway
partner LU, 6-4
also see LU
password
change using ALTER USER command, 4-10
Oracle authentication, 5-2
Oracle password to be used by gateway, A-4
overrides, 6-2
with operating system authentication, 5-3
Password Encryption Utility
description, 1-2
PDS (partitioned dataset), 4-23
persistent transactions, 2-11
PG Data Dictionary
See PG DD
PG DD
after upgrade, 4-2
allowing multiple users, 4-12
creating public synonyms for multiple users, 4-12
definition, 2-5
de-installing the gateway, 4-30
install script, 4-10
installing for gateway configuration, 4-10
no access from earlier PGAU versions, 4-3
restoring previous version, 4-3
tables, 4-13
PG4APPC80
renamed from PG4APPC, C-5
PGA, A-5
definition, 2-4
initialization files
initPGAI.ora and initPGAU.ora, A-8
parameter, described, 4-16
restoring, 4-3
PGA parameters
list, A-2
LOG_DESTINATION, A-2
PGA_CAPABILITY, 4-16, A-3
choosing settings, A-6
options for updating foreign databases, A-6
protections against data problems, A-6
PGA_CONFIRM, A-3
choosing settings, A-8
PGA_LOG_DB, A-3
PGA_LOG_PASS, A-4
PGA_LOG_USER, A-4
PGA_RECOVERY_PASS, A-4
PGA_RECOVERY_TPNAME, A-4
PGA_RECOVERY_USER, A-5
PGA_SECURITY_TYPE, 6-2, A-5
PGA_SECURITY_TYPE=NONE, 6-2
TRACE_LEVEL, A-5
PGA_CC_PENDING
table
unsuccessful rollback, C-8
PGA_CONFIRM
See PGA parameters
PGA_SECURITY_TYPE
See PGA parameters
PGA_SECURITY_TYPE=NONE, 6-2
PGA-20910 message
communication error, B-2
PGAADMIN, 4-12
creating the gateway administrator user ID, 4-10
granting access to additional users, 4-12
granting execution privileges on DBMS_PIPE, 4-10
initial password during creation, 4-10
pgacics.sql file, 4-25, 4-26
pgacr8au.sql script, 4-10
pgaflip.asm file, 4-19, 4-20, 4-21, 4-22
pgaflip.jcl file, 4-19, 4-20, 4-22, 4-23
pgaflip.rex file, 4-23
PGAI
setting up, A-8
pgaidms.sql file, 4-26
pgaims.sql file, 4-27
PGAINIT function, 2-4, 2-10
pgamvs.sql file, 4-28
PGATERM function, 2-4
pgatiptr.sql script, 4-12
PGAU, 4-18
accesses definitions in PG DD, 2-5
control files, 4-2
deciding where to store TIPS and PGAU input files, 4-4
definition
used to generate TIP specifications, 2-5
execution in stand-alone installation, 4-4
generated TIP specifications, 2-9
use UTL_PG, 4-9
use UTL_RAW, 4-8
purpose of PGDL, 2-5
restoring previous versions, 4-3
PGAU commands
DEFINE DATA
COBOL COPY REPLACE restrictions, 1-4
PGAU80
generated TIP specifications, C-6
PL/SQL v3 compatibility, C-6
renamed from PGAU, C-5
PGAXFER function, 2-4, 2-10
pgddadev.sql
file, 4-14
script, 4-14
pgddapub.sql
file, 4-14
script, 4-14
pgddcr8r.sql script, 4-13
pgddcr8.sql script, 4-10
pgddcr8s.sql script, 4-13
PGDDDEF role, 4-13
pgdddel.sql script, 4-30
PGDDGEN role, 4-13
PGDL (Procedural Gateway Definition Language)
definition, 2-5
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, 4-12
UTL_PG package function, 2-6
UTL_RAW function, 2-6
UTL_RAW package, installation, 4-8
V3 compatibility, C-6
PL/SQL package
definition, 2-5
developer access to, 4-13
enabled, 4-8
functions, 2-9
needed to access gateway from other Oracle servers, 4-30
See TIP
PL/SQL stored procedure specification
also called "TIP"
See PL/SQL package
post-installation steps for OLTP, 4-28
printing conventions, font styles, xii
privileges
needed to create TIPs, 4-14
procedural gateway administration
see PGA
Procedural Gateway Administration Utility - See PGAU, 2-9
process based gateway enhancement
description, C-5
processor requirements, 3-2
product name
Oracle Procedural Gateway for APPC for Windows NT, xi
product set, 1-2
protocol
IPC, 4-17
TCP, 4-18
prvtpgb.plb
script, 4-9
prvtrawb.plb script, 4-8
PTERM, 4-21
public synonyms for multiple PG DD users, 4-12
put_line function, 4-9

R

READ_ONLY
PGA_COMPATIBILITY setting, A-6
README.wri file, 4-29
RECO
Oracle recovery process, C-8
reconfiguring your network, 4-17
related publications, xi
release levels, 1-2
remote host transactions (RHT)
types, 2-11
remote LU definition, 6-18
remote procedural call
See RPC
remote procedure
definition, 2-4
remote transaction program
See RTP
remote transaction termination
description, 2-11
REPORT statement, 4-13
requirements
APPC/MVS, 3-4
CICS/ESA, 3-4
CICS/MVS, 3-4
CICS/VSE, 3-4
hardware, 3-2
IDMS-DC, 3-4
IMS/TM, 3-4
MVS/ESA, 3-4
network attachments, 3-2
OLTP, 3-4
operating system, 3-3
Oracle integrating server, 3-3
software, 3-3
system, 3-1
restoring a previous release of the gateway, 4-3
restrictions
COBOL COPY REPLACE processing, 1-4
description of, 1-4
RHDCCNOS multiple session service manager, 4-21
role
PGDDDEF, 4-13
PGDDGEN, 4-13
ROLLBACK, 3-3, A-6
rollback
in bug no. 689304, C-8
RPC
definition, 2-5
function
PGAINIT, 2-4, 2-10
PGATERM, 2-4
PGAXFER, 2-4, 2-10
functions within the gateway, 2-2, 2-10
processing, 2-1
RTP
definition, 2-5
executing, 2-4
function in the gateway, 2-2
PGA_CAPABILITY settings for read-only RTPs, A-6

S

sample applications
included, 4-29
installing, 4-29
script
gpglocal.pkb, 4-12
gpglocal.pkh, 4-12
pgacr8au.sql, 4-10
pgddadev.sql, 4-14
pgddapub.sql, 4-14
pgddcr8r.sql, 4-13
pgddcr8.sql, 4-10
pgddcr8s.sql, 4-13
pgdddel.sql, 4-30
prvtpgb.plb, 4-9
prvtrawb.plb, 4-8
utlpg.sql, 4-9
utlraw.sql, 4-8
security
and database links, 5-3
and SNA validation, 6-2
authenticating application logons, 5-2
authentication mechanisms, 6-3
link accessibility for public and private databases, 5-3
links and CONNECT clauses, 5-4
overview of gateway security requirements, 5-2
processing inbound connections, 6-3
requirements, 5-2
specifying SNA conversation security, 6-2
SECURITY=NONE SNA security option, 6-2
server selection, 6-6
SET
gateway initialization parameter, 4-16
SET command, 4-16
shells
see Bourne, Korn, and C shells, 4-1
SID
number of characters in SID name, C-5
Side Information
aka CPI-C symbolic destination names, 6-20
side profile name, 4-25
SINGLE_SITE
option for PGA_CAPABILITY parameter, A-6
SNA
connection, 4-25, 4-26, 4-27, 4-28
definitions
creating, 6-4
parameters, 2-10
security validation, 6-2
SNA APPC
also see APPC
function in the gateway, 2-2
SNA security options
SECURITY=NONE, 6-2
SECURITY=PROGRAM, 6-2
SNA Server, 4-4, 4-21, 4-26
and security validation, 6-2
configuring
for Windows NT on the gateway, 4-16
connection definition, 6-9
CPI-C symbolic destination names, 6-20
definition types, 6-5
definitions, 6-5
sample, 6-4
dependent LUs, 6-3
function in gateway communication, 6-1
in verifying OLTP configuration, 4-25, 4-27, 4-28
independent LUs, 6-3
link service definition, 6-7
local LU definition, 6-13
mode definition, 6-15
network attachment, 3-2
provides support for Windows NT APPC, 6-1
remote LU definition, 6-18
selection, 6-6
testing the connection, 6-26
verifying gateway installation, 4-24
Version 2 not supported, C-5
version required for the gateway, 3-3
SNA Server Manager, 6-5
creating SNA definitions, 6-4, 6-5
starting the SNA connection, 4-25, 4-26, 4-27, 4-28
SNACFG command, 6-5
snacfg.ctl file, 6-4
SNASVCMG mode entry, 4-21
software requirements, 3-3
SQL*Plus
sample,used when gateway and OIS share system, 4-10
to configure Oracle integrating server, 4-8
using to connect to Oracle integrating server, 4-10
stand-alone
installation, 4-18
location of PGAU execution, 4-4
installing or upgrading on, 4-7
starting the gateway, 2-9
statement
CDMSLIB DD, 4-22
describe, 4-9
DFHRPL DD, 4-20
storage measurements, xiv
system identifier
choosing, 4-3
see SID
system requirements, 3-1

T

TCP protocol, 4-18
TCP/IP protocol adapter, 4-17
terms, gateway terms defined, 2-4
TIP
Also called PL/SQL package
considerations, with stand-alone installation, 4-4
conversions, 2-3
converting PL/SQL datatypes to RAW, 2-10
definition, 2-5
developer access to PL/SQL packages, 4-13
developer authorization on gpglocal, 4-12
function in Oracle integrating server, 2-10
functions, 2-9
generating TIPs with PGAU 8.0.4, C-6
override, 6-2
recompile
on upgrade from Release 4.0.1, 4-2
remote transaction initiation (PGAINIT), 2-10
specifications, 4-12, 4-13
generated by PGAU, 2-9
generated by PGAU80, C-6
PL/SQL v3 compatibility, C-6
use UTL_PG, 4-9
use UTL_RAW, 4-8
trace access PL/SQL routines, 4-12
upgrade considerations from previous versions, 4-2
TNS listener, 4-4, 4-17
tnsnames.ora file, 4-10, 4-17, 4-18, 4-31, 7-6, A-8, C-5
TP name, A-4
trace access, 4-12
TRACE_LEVEL parameter, A-5
trandef.doc file, 4-21
Transaction Interface Package
See TIP
transaction types
one-shot, and persistent, 2-11
transferring
gateway boot initialization parameters, 7-2
transparency
(application), 2-2
(location), 2-2

U

upgrade considerations, 4-2
user ID
as security authentication, 5-2
user ID mapping
OLTP, 5-4
USING parameter, 4-17
UTL_PG, 4-13
installing, 4-9
package, 4-13, 4-30
definition, 2-6
UTL_RAW, 4-8, 4-13
interface
PL/SQL package, 4-13
PL/SQL package, 4-30
definition, 2-6
utlpg.sql
script, 4-9
utlraw.sql
script, 4-8

V

verification
of OLTP and gateway installation, 4-24
VTAM, 4-22, 4-23
configuring for connection to the gateway, 4-19, 4-20
definitions, 6-26
VTAM logmode table, 4-19, 4-20, 4-22, 4-23

W

Windows NT, 4-4
APPC support provided by SNA Server, 6-1
configuring the gateway, 4-16
gateway components, 2-9
gateway installation needs, 2-8
operating system requirements, 3-3
SNA Server required for the gateway, 3-3

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