The examples in this book build on each other using information or settings from previous sections. We recommend you to go through the examples in order, but you can skip around if you are confident enough in what you are doing.
You do not have to use the exact settings outlined in this guide, they are just examples.
The examples in this book are practical step-by-step instructions. If you want to find more detailed information about the topics covered in the examples, refer to the Tectia Server for IBM z/OS Administrator Manual and User Manual.
Any information written in italics between '< >' (angle brackets) must be replaced with the information described between the angle brackets. For example, if your user ID was smith:
> cd <your_home_directory>
should be replaced with:
> cd /u/smith
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