DEFINE PROCESSGROUP command: CRAM or IUCV SQL processgroup
- User 0 or system manager
- Connects the CCARSQL process to a specific CRAM or IUCV SQL link
DEFINE PROCESSGROUP name [LIKE previousname] WITH SCOPE=SYSTEM LINK=linkname
|name||is used on DEFINE PROCESS commands to refer to this group of processes. The length of the name must be eight characters or fewer. ALL is a reserved word and cannot be used.|
|LIKE||is an optional time-saving parameter. If you are defining a new processgroup and have already defined a processgroup with the exact attributes you want, you can define the same attributes without repeating them by using LIKE. If you use LIKE, you must also specify WITH SCOPE=SYSTEM.|
|SCOPE=SYSTEM||indicates that the definition is available to all users of the Model 204 system for the entire run.|
|LINK||is used to associate the processgroup with a particular link. The link name must be the same as the link name specified on the CRAM or IUCV SQL DEFINE LINK command.|
REMOTEID is not a valid parameter for a CRAM or IUCV SQL processgroup definition and must not be specified.
DEFINE PROCESSGROUP SQLUSER WITH - SCOPE=SYSTEM LINK=CRAMSTAR
For more information about CRAM or IUCV SQL entities, see the Model 204 SQL Server User's Guide.