Adding Datacom / Ideal code to Endevor, what is the set up for this type?

Document ID:  TEC1294704
Last Modified Date:  08/04/2017
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Products

  • CA Endevor Software Change Manager
  • CA Ideal for CA Datacom

Releases

  • CA Endevor Software Change Manager:Release:17.0
  • CA Endevor Software Change Manager:Release:18.0
  • CA Ideal for CA Datacom:Release:11
  • CA Ideal for CA Datacom:Release:14
  • CA Ideal for CA Datacom:Release:15.0
  • CA Ideal for CA Datacom:Release:15.1
  • CA Ideal for CA Datacom:Release:2.2

Components

  • CA Endevor Software Change Manager:ENDBAS
  • CA IDEAL:IDEAL
Question:

We are trying to add Datacom / Ideal code into Endevor and have some concerns on how
to set up the type definition and what the processor should look like.

Answer:

 DISPLAY ---------------------- TYPE DEFINITION ------------------------------ 

 CURRENT ENV: UNITTEST STAGE ID:  B   SYSTEM:  SBT       TYPE:  IDPGM 
 NEXT ENV   : SYSTEST  STAGE ID:  B   SYSTEM:  SBT       TYPE:  IDPGM 
 DESCRIPTION: ===> PROGRAMAS IDEAL 
 UPDATED:          13JUL17 17:03 BY Y55182 
              ----------------- ELEMENT OPTIONS ------------------- 
 DELTA FORMAT(F/R/I/L) ===> R SOURCE LEN   ===> 80    ELE RECFM(N/F/V) ===> N 
 COMPRESS/ENCRYPT(Y/N) ===> Y COMPARE FROM ===> 7     DFLT PROC  ===> GIDPGM 
 AUTO CONSOL (Y/N)     ===> Y COMPARE TO   ===> 72    LANGUAGE   ===> IDEAL 
 CONSOL AT LVL  ===> 96       REGRESSION   ===> 75    PV/LB LANG ===> CB2 
 LVLS TO CONSOL ===> 50       REG SEV(I/W/C/E) ===> W DATA FORMAT(T/B) ===> T 
 HFS RECFM(COMP/CR/CRLF/CRNL/F/LF/NL/V)    ===> NL    FILE EXT   ===> 
          ----------------- COMPONENT LIST OPTIONS ------------------ 
 FWD/REV DELTA(F/R)    ===> R AUTO CONSOL (Y/N) Y     CONSOL AT LVL  96 
                                                      LVLS TO CONSOL 50 
          ------------------------- LIBRARIES ----------------------- 
BASE/IMAGE LIBRARY ===> PREFIX.QUAL.&C1EN..&C1SI..BASE 
DELTA LIBRARY      ===> PREFIX.QUAL.&C1EN..&C1SI..DELTA 
INCLUDE LIBRARY    ===> 
SOURCE O/P LIBRARY ===> 
    EXPAND INCLUDES(Y/N) ===> N 

At this point you would need to add a processor to do the Add/Generate.  This is an example of what
can be done and is located in prefix.qual.CSIQSAMP(IDEAL01).  This has also been attached to this
Knowledge Document.

 

 

 

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