There are two methods for installing EntireX under z/OS:
the new, simplified installation method; this is the method we recommend
the classic installation method as used in previous versions of EntireX
The information you need depends on the installation method you choose.
|Introduction||Installation scope; contents of the mainframe installation medium; copying the contents to disk.|
|Simplified Installation||New, simplified installation procedure. All JCL members are now in library EXX970.JOBS. This data set has been thoroughly restructured; it contains installation, installation verification and maintenance jobs of all EntireX subproducts. This is the recommended installation method.|
|Installing EntireX Broker under z/OS||Describes the steps for installing EntireX Broker under z/OS.|
|Installing EntireX RPC Servers||Describes how to install the EntireX RPC servers under CICS, Batch and IMS.|
|Verifying the Installation||Describes how to verify whether the installation of EntireX Broker and EntireX Developer's Kit was successful.|
|Installing EntireX Security||Provides links to the steps required for installing EntireX Security under z/OS.|
|Installing EntireX Java Components||How to install EntireX Java components under z/OS UNIX.|
|Installing Adabas Components for EntireX||Installing the Adabas components for EntireX if you do not have Adabas already installed at your site and you want to use SVC communication.|
|Installing Adabas with TP Monitors for EntireX||Installing Adabas components for EntireX in batch mode and with its teleprocessing (TP) monitors.|
Installation prerequisites are described for all platforms centrally. See z/OS Prerequisites.
If you want to use EntireX on z/OS together with the Eclipse-based EntireX Workbench components, you need to install the respective EntireX components under UNIX or Windows, using the Software AG Installer. See the separate Software AG Installer documentation under http://documentation.softwareag.com > webMethods Product Line > webMethods Product Suite 9.7 > System Requirements, Installation, and Upgrade.