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pub:installation_for_idocs_6.x [2018/03/31 10:39]
ken [Step 3. Complete the Installation on the Power System]
pub:installation_for_idocs_6.x [2020/02/06 13:24]
kkramer [Step 3. Complete the Installation on the Power System]
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 Then place the new library on the first position on your library list: \\ **ADDLIBLE LIB(ZZZ) POSITION(*FIRST)** Where ZZZ = The new iDocs library name  Then place the new library on the first position on your library list: \\ **ADDLIBLE LIB(ZZZ) POSITION(*FIRST)** Where ZZZ = The new iDocs library name 
  
-The next step is to copy over your form, check, and engine definitions. Use this Command to copy your information from your old FMG library to your new FMG library. Type the command **COPYDATA** and F4 to Prompt: \\+The next step is to copy over your form, check, and engine definitions ​and spool file mapping. Use this Command to copy your information from your old FMG library to your new FMG library. Type the command **COPYDATA** and F4 to Prompt: \\
 **COPYDATA** \\ **COPYDATA** \\
 \\  \\ 
-Note: //Make sure to use the correct library names on the To and FROM fields. ​ Once done, it cannot be undone.// ​+IMPORTANT: //Insure ​to use the correct library names on the FROM library and TO library ​fields. ​ Once done, it cannot be undone.// ​ 
 +<​html><​pre>​ 
 +                            Copy Data File (COPYDATA) ​                           
 +                                                                                 
 + Type choices, press Enter. ​                                                     
 +                                                                                 
 + From Library . . . . . . . . . .   ​oldlibrary ​   Name                           
 + To Library . . . . . . . . . . .   ​newlibrary ​   Name                           
 + ​Output queue for log file  . . .   ​QPRINT ​       Name                           
 +   ​Library ​ . . . . . . . . . . .     ​*LIBL ​      Name, *LIBL, *CURLIB ​          
 + ​Restore Jar files to dir . . . .   ​JARDIR ​                                      
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 +                                                                         ​Bottom  
 + ​F3=Exit ​  ​F4=Prompt ​  ​F5=Refresh ​  ​F10=Additional parameters ​  ​F12=Cancel ​      
 + ​F13=How to use this display ​       F24=More keys  
 +</​pre></​html>​ 
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 +__In version 6.91 we’ve added an additional parameter option on the COPYDATA command.__ ​ With the recent versions of iDocs we load up a .JAR file which is available for those folks using the Java option with iMail. ​ In order to install the .JAR file in its own separate directory create a directory and use it when prompted for the directory path during the COPYDATA process. ​ If you leave the .JAR file directory path field empty, the .JAR file will be saved to the QIBM directory. ​ If you use WebSphere or similar, we recommend that you use a different directory for our .JAR file as to not interfere with other Java based programs.  
 + 
 +To create a directory use: MKDIR 
 +Example: 
 +<​html><​pre>​ 
 +C:​\IDOCS>​ ftp 
 +                            Create Directory (MKDIR) ​                            
 +                                                                                 
 + Type choices, press Enter. ​                                                     
 +                                                                                 
 + ​Directory ​ . . . . . . . . . . . > /​home/​JARDIR/ ​                        
 +                                                                                 
 + ​Public authority for data  . . .   ​*INDIR ​       Name, *INDIR, *RWX, *RW... ​    
 + ​Public authority for object ​ . .   ​*INDIR ​       *INDIR, *NONE, *ALL... ​        
 +                + for more values ​                                               
 + ​Auditing value for objects . . .   ​*SYSVAL ​      ​*SYSVAL,​ *NONE, *USRPRF... ​    
 + ​Scanning option for objects ​ . .   ​*PARENT ​      ​*PARENT,​ *YES, *NO, *CHGONLY ​  
 + ​Restricted rename and unlink . .   ​*NO ​          *NO, *YES                      
 +</​pre></​html>​ 
 +**To save memory, in version 6.94 any iMail log data will not be migrated into the new library. You will have to visit the old library to view the old email logging entries.** 
 + 
 + 
 +If you already are using iFax, before executing the COPYDATA command find out your COM port by going to a command line and typing in WRKLIND FAXCOM*. 
 + 
 +This will display a list of current lines being used for your FAXCOM (most likely one line). ​ Select the line with 5 to Display and make note of the value for Resource Name, and if internal modem or external. ​ You will use these values during the execution of the COPYDATA command if you are using iFax.\\
  
 Then verify that the data area contains the name of the library as installed on your system by using this Command: \\ Then verify that the data area contains the name of the library as installed on your system by using this Command: \\
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