QMF installation process overview
The process of installing QMF consists of installing or migrating QMF on databases of your choice and installing any optional features that you want to use.
|Step of the installation process||Details for this step|
|1. Install or migrate QMF in
the first database.
This database must be a Db2® for z/OS® database.
You can install QMF Version 13.1 in any of the following configurations:
|See roadmap 1 in Roadmap 1: Installing QMF in stand-alone or requester databases (Db2 for z/OS only).|
|2. Prepare each additional database in your
distributed data configuration.
Where and how you install QMF in a distributed data configuration depends on the configuration of your data network and how you plan to access the data.
|See the following information:|
|3. Extra Value: Configure QMF Analytics for TSO.
QMF Analytics for TSO provides additional charting and statistical analysis capabilities for users in the TSO environment.
|See Configuring QMF Analytics for TSO for information.|
|4. Extra Value: Install QMF National
A National Language Feature (NLF) allows you to use QMF in a language other than English.
See roadmap 4 in Roadmap 4: Databases accessed in languages other than English.
|5. Extra Value: Install the QMF for TSO Stored Procedure Interface The QMF for TSO stored procedure interface gives the flexibility of calling QMF without logging onto TSO.||For more information see, Installing the QMF stored procedure interface (TSO only)|
|6. Extra Value: Install the QMF enhanced LIST function You can also install an enhancement to the LIST command that allows users to list tables and views that are authorized to both primary and secondary authorization IDs. Granting privileges to PUBLIC for these objects is then unnecessary.||For more information see, Installing the enhanced LIST command function (z/OS only)|
|7. Extra Value: Configure the QMF Enhanced ISPF Editor The QMF Enhanced Editor updates the standard ISPF editor to add extensive SQL query and procedure development aids.||For more information see, Configuring QMF Enhanced Editor|
|8. Extra Value: Configure QMF Data Service access QMF for z/OS and QMF Enterprise Edition users can use the QMF Data Service feature to access non-Db2 data such as VSAM, IMS, sequential files, SMF data, SYSLOG data and more.||For more information, see https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/qmf/13.1.0?topic=qmf-data-service-component.html|