WLM Application Environments

Michael Dempsey

WLM Application Environments
In reading the Doc on Application Environments, it states that you can have
multiple APPLENV's. How do you specify them? In the DSNWLM proc, it looks
like you can only specify one APPLENV name

Michael Dempsey
UNC Health Care System



Kirk Hampton

Re: WLM Application Environments
(in response to Michael Dempsey)
APPLENV is an OS/390 Workload Manager entity, they are defined in the
WLM policy by your OS/390 sysprog. You can set up as many APPLENV's
as you wish, but you can only point to one APPLENV per Stored Proc address
space. You set up multiple copies of the DSNWLM proc, and name them all
differently.
We named ours ssssWLPn, where ssss is the SSID of the DB2
that the stored procedures run in, WLP stands for Work Load manager
established stored Procedure, and n is a number to separate multiple
environments within the same DB2. The APPLENV's are named the same
as the procs for the stored procedure address spaces. Our production
Peoplesoft DB2 subsystem runs APPLENV's DBP5WLP1 thru DBP5WLP6.






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In reading the Doc on Application Environments, it states that you can have
multiple APPLENV's. How do you specify them? In the DSNWLM proc, it looks
like you can only specify one APPLENV name

Michael Dempsey
UNC Health Care System








Philip Gunning

Re: WLM Application Environments
(in response to Kirk Hampton)
Michael, In WLM You need to specify them via the WLM TSO panels. There is a
good redbook out on this. I believe it is something like Implementing WLM.
I don't have my old notes with me but you should be able to find it at
www.redbooks.ibm.com. -Phil

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In reading the Doc on Application Environments, it states that you can have
multiple APPLENV's. How do you specify them? In the DSNWLM proc, it looks
like you can only specify one APPLENV name

Michael Dempsey
UNC Health Care System