|Oracle Transparent Gateway for iWay Installation and User's Guide
Release 18.104.22.168 for IBM z/OS (OS/390)
Part Number B10580-01
The Oracle Transparent Gateway for iWay provides users with transparent access to iWay Server databases as if they were Oracle databases. This guide describes how to install and configure the gateway.
Read this guide if you are responsible for performing tasks such as installing, configuring, administering, or using the Oracle Transparent Gateway for iWay.
You must understand the fundamentals of OS/390 operating systems, Oracle Net, and Oracle gateways before using this guide for installation or system administration. This guide provides information only on Oracle products and their interactions with OS/390.
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The Oracle Transparent Gateway for iWay Installation and User's Guide is included as part of your product shipment. Some of the other documents that are included with your product are:
The following document list is included in the iWay Server for OS/390 and z/OS Read Me First file:
For a complete list of online manuals, refer to your iWay Version 4.3.5 Documentation CD.
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All output is shown as it actually appears. For input, the following conventions apply:
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Italic font,such as with the actual member name. For example:
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Storage measurements use the following abbreviations:
Switches are listed with a brief description and any OS/390-specific information. Refer to the product-specific documentation for syntax and for a thorough description of its purpose. Before using a command line option switch, such as -A or -C, refer to the appropriate product-specific documentation.