Shared Content for Data Engineering 10.2 HotFix 1
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createdatamaps [<-pwxLocation|-loc> pwx_location] [<-pwxUserName|-pun> pwx_user_name] [<-pwxPassword|-ppd> pwx_password] [<-pwxEncryptedPassword|-epwd> pwx_encrypted_password] [<-datamapOutputDir|-dod> datamap_output_directory] [<-replace|-r> replace_existing_datamaps <-controlFile|-cf> file_path_for_control_file [<-logFile|-lf> file_path_for_log_file] [<-verbosity|-v> logging_verbosity]
Optional. The location of the data source as specified in a NODE statement in the PowerExchange dbmover configuration file. If pwxLocation is not specified, the createdatamaps utility accesses the copybook and DBD metadata on the local file system.
If you configure the control file to find record IDs, pwxLocation is required.
Optional. The user ID for connecting to the PowerExchange Listener, if pwxLocation is specified.
Optional. Password for connecting to the PowerExchange Listener, if pwxLocation is specified.
Instead of a password, you can enter a valid PowerExchange passphrase. Passphrases for accessing a PowerExchange Listener on z/OS can be from 9 to 128 characters in length and can contain the following characters:
Passphrases cannot include single quotation marks (‘), double quotation marks (“), or currency symbols.
If a passphrase contains spaces, you must enclose it with double-quotation marks ("), for example,
"This is an example passphrase". If a passphrase contains special characters, you must enclose it with triple double-quotation characters ("""), for example,
"""This passphrase contains special characters ! % & *.""". If a passphrase contains only alphanumeric characters without spaces, you can enter it without delimiters.
On z/OS, a valid RACF passphrase can be up to 100 characters in length. PowerExchange truncates passphrases longer than 100 characters when passing them to RACF for validation.
To use passphrases, ensure that the PowerExchange Listener runs with a security setting of SECURITY=(1,N) or higher in the DBMOVER member. For more information, see "SECURITY Statement" in the
PowerExchange Reference Manual.
Optional. Encrypted password for connecting to the PowerExchange Listener, if pwxLocation is specified.
If the PowerExchange Listener runs on a z/OS or i5/OS system, you can enter an encrypted PowerExchange passphrase instead of an encrypted password. Do not encrypt a passphrase that contains characters that are not valid, such as double-quotation marks, single quotation marks, or currency symbols.
Optional. The local file directory to which to write the output data maps. Default is the current working directory.
Optional. Specifies whether to replace existing data maps.
If replace=Y, replaces any data maps in datamap_output_directory that have the same name as the data map that you are creating.
If replace=N, skips the creation of a data map if a data map with the same name already exists in datamap_output_directory.
Default is N.
Required. Path and file name of the control file that controls data map generation.
Optional. Path and file name of the output log file. Default is STDOUT.
Optional. Verbosity for log files. Default is INFO. Valid values:
Updated April 22, 2019