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This document provides information about IBM® Application Delivery Foundation for z/OS® Common Components.
Summary of changes
This edition of the document provides information applicable to IBM® Application Delivery Foundation for z/OS® Common Components Version 1 Release 9. Changes to the latest release are indicated by a | change bar in the left margin of the page in the PDF format of the documentation.
Required authorizations
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
When clients initially connect to the ADFzCC server they are prompted for a user ID and a password or passphrase. If the credentials are valid, the client can start sessions on the relevant z/OS system as the nominated user.
Using PassTickets
The ADFzCC server can be configured to use PassTickets for authenticated clients.
Setting SSL/TLS encrypted communications
Using AT-TLS for encrypted communications
Update sample IPVCONFG
Create matching WORKDIR by running job IPVMKDIR
The IPVMKDIR job creates a work directory to be used with the server. It is supplied in the sample library hlq.SIPVSAM1.
Check address space timeout
Add ports to TCPIP reservation list
Configuration considerations for IBM® Explorer for z/OS® (z/OS® Explorer)
Configuring TCP/IP stack affinity
Option descriptions
Using an IPVOPTLM configuration-options module
An optional IPVOPTLM configuration-options module can be used to provide settings which are required before reading the IPVCNF00 parmlib member.
Updating your build process
Updating your promotion process
Typically, when a program is tested, program load modules are promoted through different stages before reaching production.
Preparing your programs
Each compiler produces different kinds of source information files, and each of the ADFz products reads different kinds of files.
Creating side files using IPVLANGX
Use the IPVLANGX program to create a side file from a compiler listing.
Including an IPVLANGX step in your SCLM translator
IPVLANGO Automatic Binary Optimizer LANGX file update utility
Maintaining ADFz Common Components
Support resources