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The TAPEMNGL, the Tapexpert load/object module can be down loaded from this page.

Methods of Getting TAPEMNGL Load Module

Version 2.3.00-0 P-027 --- Dec. 29, 1999

The following are actual MVS datasets:

TAPEMNGL Load Library

TAPEMNGL Object Dataset

Download these to your PC (they are self-extracting zip format) then execute them to get the form for uploading
Upload these to mainframe in binary with NO CRLF they must be put into a sequential file with LRECL=80 and BLKSIZE=3120
After uploading these simply do a RECEIVE INDATASET(dsname)
command

Note: This is CPU dependent and will run on current licensed CPUs only.

For a test copy send e:mail request to info@tapemngl.com
or call (888) 865-4549 (toll free)

The Best Way to Move These Libraries to Your Mainframe


1. Double click on either the "TAPEMNGL Load Library" or the "TAPEMNGL Object Dataset"
2. Follow directions and save it on your hard drive.
3. From RUN or a DOS prompt issue a "tmngload" or "tmngobj" command.
4. This will create a "tmngload.mvs" or "tmngobj.mvs file" 5. On the mainframe create a "youruserid.tmngload.mvs" or "youruserid.tmngobj.mvs" sequential file.
This file should be about 15 tracks with secondaries of 15 tracks.
It should also have LRECL=80 anf BLKSIZE=3120.
6. From RUN or a DOS propmt issue an "ftp ###.###.###.###" (this is to your mainframe IP address).
7. At the "userid" prompt, reply with your userid.
8. At the "password" prompt, reply with your password.
You are now connected to your mainframe.
9. Now issue the command "binary".
This will put you in binary transfer mode.
10. Now issue a "put tmngload.mvs tmngload.mvs" or "put tmngload.mvs tmngload.mvs" command.
The first dataset in the command is the PC dataset name.
If you are not in the directory where this file is located you will need to supply the proper path.
The second dataset in the command is the name of the mainframe file.
ftp will put your userid before this file name.
11. When the transfer is complete you will get an "ftp" propmt.
12. Issue a "bye" command to end the ftp session.
13. Now on the mainframe go to 6 on the main menu (the TSO command).
14. Issue a "receive userid(youruserid/ibma) indataset(tmngload.mvs)" or "receive userid(youruserid/ibma) indatset(tmngobj,mvs)" command.
This will create a "youruserid.load" or a "youruserid.obj" dataset.
15. If you created the "youruserid.load" your need only move the TAPEMNGL load module in this library into an authorized library to be ready to run.
You can name this module whatever your want if you want to put it in your normal authorized load library for testing.
16. If you created the "youruserid.obj" you will need to link this "TAPEMNGL" module into an authorized library.
You need to include the "TAPEMNGL" module, you need to set the entry to TAPEMNGL, and you need to SETCODE AC(1), but you can name the resulting load module whatever you wish.
17. You are now ready to use the new version of TAPEMNGL, The TapeXpert.

TAPEMNGL Object Module
Version 2.3.00-0 P-027 --- Dec. 29, 1999
Instructions to install this object module.

The following sample JCL can be used for linking the TAPEMNGL object to a load library.
LINKDECK: Jcl for relinking TAPEMNGL

The following sample JCL can be used for modifying the TAPEMNGL module for a new CPU id.
MODDECK: Jcl for modifying CPU ids

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Download all the files that are on the normal installation tape.

Installation Files

Download Page for the TAPEMNGL Manuals

Manuals: TAPEMNGL, the TapeXpert Manuals

Download Page for the TAPEMNGL Procs

PROCs: Sample TAPEMNGL STC PROCs

Download Page for the TAPEMNGL JCL

JCL: Sample TAPEMNGL JCL for various functions

The VIEW object module can be down loaded from here.

VIEW Load Module
Version 2.3.00-1 P-027 --- June 25, 1999
Note: This is CPU dependent and will run on current licensed CPUs only.

For a test copy send e:mail request to info@tapemngl.com
or call (888) 865-4549 (toll free)

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