- Default value
- Current setting of the z/OS subsystem name linked into the IGCLM244 (CRAM) module
- Parameter type
- Where set
- Cannot be reset
- Related products
- Model 204 V6.1
The XDMSSN parameter is available only for z/OS with CRAM-XDM.
The XDMSSN parameter passes a z/OS secondary subsystem name that overrides the value stored in the CRAM IGCLM244 module. That value, a maximum of four characters, is initially specified during CRAM installation.
On the client side, the XDMSSN parameter applies to the following IODEV threads and can be in the form:
where subsystem is a 4-character name, separated by a colon (:) from channel, which is an 8-character name.
|IODEV thread||Example or discussion|
TSO: CALL ’DSN(M204FS)’ ’M204:M204FULL’ CICS: M204 M204:M204FULL DATA logon userid
|13||Passed as part of the SQLConnect CLI function call via server name|
|23||Passed as part of the IFSTRTN (see example below)|
|29||Passed as part of the IFDIALN call with the CHAN parameter and BATCH2 (see example below)|
The subsystem name stored in IGCLM244 can also be overridden by BATCH2 or IFAM2 jobs as shown in the following examples: