Complete Output Manager customization after migrating your existing data
When you are ready to promote your migrated database to production, complete the following migration tasks.
Proceed with customizing Output Manager, as described in Customizing Output Manager, but skip the step titled "Run the job to create the
Output Manager database". The following table is an overview of
the customization steps for migration that need to be completed after migrating the database::
Table 1. Overview of steps for customizing Output Manager after migrating an existing Output Manager database Step Description 1 APF-authorize the load library and LPA library 2 Enable DFSMShsm and ISV recall processing 3 Modify the started task JCL 4 Authorize the started task 5 Define RACF classes and profiles with BJT#RDEF and BJT#RPER 6 Create access to the Output Manager interface 7 Make Output Manager modules available 8 Update your TSO configuration 9 Start the started task and verify the ISPF installation 10 Specify configuration parameters from the Output Manager ISPF interface
- If you are keeping the V3R1 members separate from the original jobs (as recommended), you must modify PRINT_PDS. BJTCNVPM sets PRINT_PDS using the value assigned to JCCLIB in the old BJT#IN03 member.
- Complete the security setup, as described in the Security chapter.
- Verify the new installation (for example, by accessing the ISPF interface).
- Convert the bundle jobs.
- Follow the instructions in Convert your existing Output Manager bundle print jobs.
- Test the result of BJT@BUNJ by reprinting a bundle or part of a bundle; one recipient out of many, or just one or two reports for one recipient.
- If you have a recall selector defined, check to make sure it matches the SELC, and SELD parameters of HLQ.BJT@310.SBJTSAMP member BJT@PRV.