Configure a Run-time Server

To configure Runtime Service for CICS, define either a TCP/IP or SNA connection to the host, known as a System, and associate Task IDs with each system, known as Mappings, in order to successfully run a task. If you are using TCP/IP, you must have already installed the TCP/IP connectivity module on the host before you can run your tasks.

Note Task IDs are created in Task Builder. The Task Definition Name in Task Builder is called the Task ID in MCS.
To configure a run-time server
  1. In the MCS left pane, point to Products and then click Services Builder for CICS.

  2. Under Services Builder for CICS, expand the Runtime Servers tree.

  3. Expand the node for the run-time server you want to configure.

  4. Click Configure.

  5. On the Systems page, click the New button for the type of system you want to configure, then configure a new system.

    This pane is split horizontally, with TCP/IP systems on the top, SNA systems on the bottom, and a drag bar in between.

  6. On the Mappings page, click the New button, then map one or more tasks to your configured system.

    Task IDs are created in Task Builder. The Task Definition Name in Task Builder is called the Task ID in MCS.

  7. (Optional) On the Logging/Tracing page, set options to configure logging for this run-time server.

  8. Click Save Configuration and re-start the run-time server computer.

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