The TEMPHLQ statement overrides the high-level qualifier that PowerExchange uses by default when creating a temporary file for CA IDMS/DB metadata.
If you do not want PowerExchange to create data sets with the PowerExchange Listener user ID, define this statement. PowerExchange ignores the TEMPHLQ statement when you specify 2 for the first parameter of the SECURITY statement.
variable, enter the high-level qualifier (HLQ) for temporary data sets that PowerExchange creates for CA IDMS/DB metadata. A valid value is a 1- to 17-character string. By default, PowerExchange uses the PowerExchange Listener user ID as the HLQ for the metadata temporary data sets.
To use the TEMPHLQ statement, you must also specify 0 or 1 in the first parameter in the SECURITY statement.
If you define the following SECURITY and TEMPHLQ statements:
PowerExchange creates the following data set during the IDMS copybook import process to hold the CA IDMS/DB metadata: