This appendix documents additional installation information that is referenced in the installation sections. It includes information about the following topics:
The Oracle Database for z/OS installation setup and initialization process creates the first of several z/OS data sets. Later in the installation, you can specify the high-level and second-level data set name qualifiers that are used for subsequently created data sets.
Oracle recommends that you use the same qualifiers for all of the installation-related data sets. At this time, you must choose and use the qualifiers that were selected during the installation process.
While choosing qualifiers, remember the following requirements:
You must choose unique qualifiers.
Using different qualifiers ensures that the products in the product set are maintained in separate libraries as required.
Caution:Do not use the same qualifiers that you have used for any other Oracle Database for z/OS product set that you have previously installed. If you do, then the installation procedures will delete and reallocate your current Oracle libraries. In addition, do not concatenate these libraries with any existing libraries that you are running for previously installed product sets.
In most z/OS systems, some preparation is required before creating data sets with a new high-level data set name qualifier.
If you intend to use a new high-level qualifier for your Oracle data sets, then you must define an ALIAS before running the job that loads the installation JCL. If in doubt, ask your z/OS systems programmer for assistance.
This section describes the Oracle library data sets that were created during the installation process. You might not have all of these data sets on your system, depending on which products you selected to install.
Oracle Library Data Sets and their sizes are described in the following table:
The following Oracle libraries can be created on your system depending on which products you select during the installation process.
This data set contains programs that must have APF authorization (normally you identify this as an authorized library. For more information, refer to the "Add an APF-Authorized Library" section).
This data set contains SQL scripts that create and initialize database tables and PL/SQL sample scripts. The PL/SQL sample script names are documented in the Oracle Database PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference.
This data set contains files to run the demo scripts for Oracle tools and Programmatic Interfaces. It also contains SMF examples, PL/SQL samples, OCI samples, Oracle Precompiler samples, and sample JCL and source code for Oracle Access Manager for CICS and IMS TM.
The PL/SQL sample source names are the same as those that are documented in the Oracle Database PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference.