Starting and stopping event exception processing
This topic show how to start and stop event exception processing.
- In the Exception Processing window, click The Activation window is displayed. The exact name of, the layout of, and the selections possible on, this window depend on whether you are logged on to one or to several DB2® subsystems. The following table shows the various possibilities.
Table 1. Contents of Activation window If you are logged on to ... Description of Activation window One DB2 subsystem The Activation – subsystem is displayed, where subsystem stands for the name of the DB2 subsystem to which you are logged on. The event list shows all events supported by z/OS®. The events enabled by the OMEGAMON® Collector are selected. Several DB2 subsystems The Activation – z/OS window is displayed. This window consists of the DB2 subsystems pane, listing all DB2 subsystems to which you are logged on, and the Activation pane.
Select the DB2 subsystems you want to monitor. The event list appears and shows all events supported by z/OS. The events that are enabled on the OMEGAMON Collector of at least one DB2 subsystem are selected. The selected events that are not enabled by all OMEGAMON Collectors are followed by an asterisk (*).
- Click the Start () button next to Event exception processing.
- In the Exception Processing window, click
The Activation window is displayed.
- Click the Stop () button next to Event exception processing.