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CFRM Policy updates

Postby v1gnesh » Fri Feb 10, 2012 11:43 pm

Hi,

First things first. Please move this to the appropriate sub-forum if this doesn't belong here.
Is it possible to update a single structure size( GBP, LOCK, or SCA ) alone? I'm aware that this can be done dynamically using SETXCF ALTER commands. How I do the update is..
  • Get a report using DATA TYPE(CFRM) REPORT(YES) to a dataset
  • Update the necessary values in the dataset; keep the information about other unchanged structures too; change policy name
  • Write policy to CFRM
  • Activate policy

In other words, is it possible to write a policy to CFRM, which contains only the changed structure sizes in the input dataset?

Thanks!
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Re: CFRM Policy updates

Postby Peter_Mann » Sat Feb 11, 2012 2:54 am

v1gnesh wrote:Hi,

First things first. Please move this to the appropriate sub-forum if this doesn't belong here.
Is it possible to update a single structure size( GBP, LOCK, or SCA ) alone? I'm aware that this can be done dynamically using SETXCF ALTER commands. How I do the update is..
  • Get a report using DATA TYPE(CFRM) REPORT(YES) to a dataset
  • Update the necessary values in the dataset; keep the information about other unchanged structures too; change policy name
  • Write policy to CFRM
  • Activate policy

In other words, is it possible to write a policy to CFRM, which contains only the changed structure sizes in the input dataset?

Thanks!

The only safe way is to create a new policy from the old policy alteing only the items you need to alter, and start the new policy, I think there are tools that allow altering structures on the fly, I've never felt safe using these tools to alter any XCF policy or structure, I've always used tools like SYSVIEW to VIEW XCF data.
only my 2 cents
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Re: CFRM Policy updates

Postby v1gnesh » Sat Feb 11, 2012 3:24 pm

thanks! anyone else willing to share their 2 cents :P ?
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