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CEMT (Runtime Resource Management)

The Runtime Resource Management (CEMT) transaction allows you to examine and change, while the region is running, the CICS system resource definitions that were initiated at startup.
This transaction affects only the runtime environment. Any changes that are made to resource definitions by using CEMT apply to thecurrent session of CICS. They are not saved, but are replaced with the permanent resource definitions on the next restart, whether cold or auto.
CEMT allows a user to inquire on and to amend resource definitions, but not to insert new definitions or to delete existing ones.
To insert new definitions, or delete existing ones, you can use the resource definition online (RDO) commands cicsadd andcicsdelete. (See cicsdelete - Delete CICS resource definitions.)
An overview of the CEMT parameters
How to invoke CEMT
Using the CEMT screen
Concepts of Inquire and Set Operations
CEMT PERFORM SNAP
CEMT INQ/SET AUTOINSTALL
CEMT INQ/SET AUXTRACE
CEMT INQ/SET DUMP
CEMT INQ/SET DUMPOPTIONS
CEMT INQ/SET FILE
CEMT INQ/SET JOURNALCEMT INQ/SET MONITOR
CEMT INQ/SET NETNAME
CEMT INQ/SET PROGRAM
CEMT INQ/SET TASK
CEMT INQ/SET TCLASS
CEMT INQ/SET TDQUEUE
CEMT INQ SET TERMINAL
CEMT INQ/SET TRACE
CEMT INQ/SET TRANSACTION
Inquiring upon CICS system parameters using CEMT

An overview of the CEMT parameters

The initial CEMT parameters are PERFORM SNAP(obtain a dump), INQUIRE (inquire about a CICS resource), and SET (set a value for a CICS resource). INQUIRE and SET have extended parameters. Some can be used with both INQUIRE and SET, while others are used with INQUIRE only. Refer to the following tables:
Table 7. The CEMT extended parameters used with INQUIRE and SET
|Extended parameter |Description of extended parameter|
|AUTOINSTALL |Inquire upon and set the name of the terminal autoinstall program. See CEMT INQ/SET AUTOINSTALL for|
| |complete details. |
|AUXTRACE |Inquire upon and set whetherauxiliary trace is on or off, See CEMT INQ/SET AUXTRACE for complete |
| |details. |
|DUMP |Inquire upon and set the system dump flag. See CEMT INQ/SET DUMP for complete details. |
|DUMPOPTIONS |Inquire upon andset whether a system dump is required following an abnormal termination with code |
| |ASRA or ASRB. See CEMT INQ/SET DUMPOPTIONS for complete details. |
|FILE |Inquire upon and set particular file attributes in the runtime database. See CEMT INQ/SET FILE for |
||complete details. |
|JOURNAL |Inquire upon and set whether a journal is open for output or closed. See CEMT INQ/SET JOURNAL for |
| |complete details. |
|MONITOR|Inquire upon and set whether performance monitoring is on or off. See CEMT INQ/SET MONITOR for |
| |complete details. |
|NETNAME(netname) |Inquire upon particular network name attributes. Network name attributes cannot be SET. See CEMT |
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