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Tectia

Environment Variables for Server and Client Applications

The environment variables _CEE_RUNOPTS, _BPXK_AUTOCVT, _BPX_SHAREAS, _BPX_BATCH_UMASK and LIBPATH must be set as shown in SSHENV and sshsetenv when running Tectia Server for IBM z/OS programs (see below). The server startup procedures described in Running the Server set these variables automatically for the server.

The NAME=VALUE format (as in SSHENV) is used when the client or server programs are run under MVS, and the Bourne shell format (as in sshsetenv) is used when the programs are run from a USS command line.

[Note]Note

The environment files must not contain line numbers or reading them will fail.

SSHENV:

_CEE_RUNOPTS=FILETAG(AUTOCVT,NOAUTOTAG),TRAP(ON)
_BPXK_AUTOCVT=ON
_BPX_SHAREAS=NO
_BPX_BATCH_UMASK=0022
LIBPATH=/opt/tectia/lib:$LIBPATH
SSH_DEBUG_FMT="%W(72)(2) %Dd/%Dt/%Dy %Dh:%Dm:%Ds:%Df %m/%s:%n:%f %M"

sshsetenv:

_CEE_RUNOPTS="FILETAG(AUTOCVT,NOAUTOTAG),TRAP(ON)"
export _CEE_RUNOPTS
_BPXK_AUTOCVT=ON
export _BPXK_AUTOCVT
_BPX_BATCH_UMASK=0022
export _BPX_BATCH_UMASK
_BPX_SHAREAS=NO
export _BPX_SHAREAS
LIBPATH=/opt/tectia/lib:$LIBPATH
export LIBPATH
SSH_DEBUG_FMT="%W(72)(2) %Dd/%Dt/%Dy %Dh:%Dm:%Ds:%Df %m/%s:%n:%f %M"
export SSH_DEBUG_FMT


 

 
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