2 Region setup for DTR



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2 Region setup for DTR

Postby cgreen » Sun Sep 02, 2012 2:44 pm

I am a junior to CICS who has been on a cics course, and i have managed to define my 2 environments on the same LPAR.
Can someone please tell me the steps of getting DTR to work in a simple 2 region (TOR,AOR) environment.
I wish to test this before updating and moving this to cpsm routing.

I have done the following to test DTR.
1. defined 2 CICS system in a new test environment,
2. defined an MRO connection between the two (XM protocol).
3. ISC=YES, ISCSTRT=YES on all.

4. tested CRTE transction to each others region.
::::In my TOR region i have
5. SIT parms of DTRPGM=DFHPGAIDX (am at home now and not able to verify SIT parm or program value)
6. SIT parm of DTRTRAN=CRTX
7. have not changed crtx transaction values (PROGRAM value is still ########)
::::In my AOR region
8. defined a simple transaction with dynamic=no.
9. Can run this transaction in aor region.

When i try running this (typing tran on the TOR), it doesnt work says to the effect transaction not defined.
Does anyone see any missing steps here to get this running?
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Re: 2 Region setup for DTR

Postby BillyBoyo » Mon Sep 03, 2012 2:10 am

If you got any messages, please post them in full. "says to the effect" is not much use. When you are back at your machine, of course :-)
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Re: 2 Region setup for DTR

Postby cgreen » Mon Sep 03, 2012 12:34 pm

This is the message i get:

DFHAC2001 09/03/2012 09:54:23 CICSB Transaction 'MYCI' is not recognized.
Check that the transaction name is correct.

MYCI is my transaction which i have defined in AOR. This is first time i've ever tried a DTR.
Creating a remote static tran defintion from the TOR and getting it to run was successful.
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