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DenisYip
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Pinned topic TXSeries 7.1 in Windows 7

‏2012-03-28T07:30:31Z |
Hi, I'm new in TXSeries. I have installed TXSeries 7.1 and Windows 7. I try to make a first step by create a SFS Server but I got the below error

c:\Program Files\IBM\CICS\bin>cicscp -v create sfs_server \ SA344M7L
ERZ096103I/0199: Creating an SFS server
ERZ036003E/0050: You must be logged on as root on UNIX or as Administrator on Wi
ndows NT
ERZ096003E/0004: cicscp command failed

My logon account and "cics" user already in Adminstrators group. Anything I am missing and any good recommendation for a "helloworld" tutorial for TXSeries 7.1 + Windows 7?

Many thanks.
Updated on 2013-04-04T17:38:16Z at 2013-04-04T17:38:16Z by SystemAdmin
  • gogol
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    Re: TXSeries 7.1 in Windows 7

    ‏2012-04-05T14:49:52Z  in response to DenisYip
    If you take a look at this page on system requirements for TXSeries 7.1 on Windows
    you can see that TXSeries is not supported on Windows 7 yet.
    You should try running it on a supported OS version.

    HTH
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: TXSeries 7.1 in Windows 7

    ‏2013-04-04T17:38:16Z  in response to DenisYip
    I was able to install TXSeries CICS v7.1 on Win7 and run the built-in transactions.

    Given your install dir, the correct command for creating the server is:

    c:\Program Files\IBM\CICS\bin\cicscp -v create sfs_server /.:/cics/sfs/computer_name

    Where computer_name is the name of your Win7 computer which can be found by right-clicking on Start->Computer. My advice is to uppercase computer_name. I had issues with getting the region setup until I did this (not sure why).
    • mr270
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      Re: TXSeries 7.1 in Windows 7

      ‏2013-05-28T20:09:32Z  in response to SystemAdmin

      I installed TXSeries CICS v7.1 on Win 7 but I cannot run the built in transaction. When I connect using a local terminal I get an error CCL7054i Server 'Test' is currently unavailable.

  • Suv@
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    Re: TXSeries 7.1 in Windows 7

    ‏2013-05-09T09:42:29Z  in response to DenisYip

    You can start a command prompt by right clicking the "command.exe" and then select "Run as Administrator". This will help you to run TXSeries commands from the command prompt.