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ADCD z/OS 1.9 18: A Complete Guide to z/OS 2.2 Development and Testing on zD&T


How to Download and Install ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 for z Systems Development and Test Environment




ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 is a distribution of z/OS 2.2 that can be used for development and testing purposes on the z Systems Development and Test Environment (zD&T). In this article, you will learn how to download and install ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 on your zD&T instance, and how to customize it according to your needs.




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What is ADCD z/OS 1.9 18?




ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 is a collection of virtual disk images that contain the operating system and various subsystems for z/OS 2.2. It is designed to run on the z Systems Development and Test Environment, which is a software solution that emulates IBM Z hardware and allows you to run z/OS on Linux servers or cloud platforms.


ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 includes the base z/OS products, such as JES2, TSO/E, ISPF, SDSF, RACF, DFSMS, and TCP/IP, as well as optional products, such as CICS, IMS, DB2, and WebSphere Application Server. You can choose which products and which releases you want to install on your zD&T instance, depending on your development and testing requirements.


Why use ADCD z/OS 1.9 18?




ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 is a convenient and cost-effective way to access z/OS 2.2 for development and testing purposes. You can use it to:


  • Learn about the features and functions of z/OS 2.2 and its subsystems



  • Develop and test applications that run on z/OS 2.2



  • Experiment with different configurations and scenarios



  • Prepare for migration or upgrade to z/OS 2.2



ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 is updated periodically with the latest service levels and fixes, so you can always have the most current version of z/OS 2.2 available for your development and testing needs.


How to download ADCD z/OS 1.9 18?




To download ADCD z/OS 1.9 18, you need to have a valid IBM ID and an active subscription to the IBM Z Developer Discount Program or the IBM Z Academic Initiative Program. You also need to have access to the IBM Developer for Z Systems Enterprise Edition (IDz EE) or IBM Developer for Z Systems (IDz) product downloads page.


The steps to download ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 are as follows:


  • Go to the IDz EE or IDz product downloads page and sign in with your IBM ID.



  • Select the tab for "z Systems Development and Test Environment" and click on the link for "Download information" under "z Systems Development and Test Environment V10".



  • In the download information technote, select the tab for "z/OS V2R2" and follow the instructions to download the ADCD z/OS V2R2 November Edition of AD-CD (also known as ADCD z/OS V1R13).



  • You will need to download two types of files: ZPD files that contain the MVS IPL volume images, and gz files that contain the remaining virtual disk images.



  • The total size of the files is about 40 GB, so you may want to use a download manager tool to speed up the process.



What are the contents of ADCD z/OS 1.9 18?




ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 consists of 34 virtual disk images that contain different volumes of z/OS 2.2 and its subsystems. The following table summarizes the contents of each volume:



VolumeDescription


B2RES1Contains RESLIB data sets


B2RES2Contains RESLIB data sets


SARES1SARES2Contains RESLIB data sets


ADCD1Contains ADCD IPL volume and SYS1 data sets


ADCD2Contains SYS1 data sets


ADCD3Contains SYS1 data sets


ADCD4Contains SYS1 data sets


ADCD5Contains SYS1 data sets


ADCD6Contains SYS1 data sets


ADCD7Contains SYS1 data sets


ADCD8Contains SYS1 data sets


B2USR1Contains ADCD user catalog and user data sets


B2USR2Contains ADCD user catalog and user data sets


B2USR3Contains ADCD user catalog and user data sets


B2USR4Contains ADCD user catalog and user data sets


B2USR5Contains ADCD user catalog and user data sets


B2USR6Contains ADCD user catalog and user data sets


B2USR7Contains ADCD user catalog and user data sets


B2USR8Contains ADCD user catalog and user data sets


CICSA1Contains CICS TS 5.3 base volume and CICS TS 5.3 sample applications volume (optional)


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CICSA2 Contains CICS TS 5.3 base volume and CICS TS 5.3 sample applications volume (optional)


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CICSB1 Contains CICS TS 5.4 base volume and CICS TS 5.4 sample applications volume (optional)


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CICSB2 Contains CICS TS 5.4 base volume and CICS TS 5.4 sample applications volume (optional)


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CICSC1 Contains CICS TS 5.5 base volume and CICS TS 5.5 sample applications volume (optional)


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CICSC2 Contains CICS TS 5.5 base volume and CICS TS 5.5 sample applications volume (optional)


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D2DBA1 Contains DB2 11 base volume (optional)


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D2DBA2 Contains DB2 11 base volume (optional)


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D3DBA1 Contains DB2 12 base volume (optional)


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D3DBA2 Contains DB2 12 base volume (optional)


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I0IMS1 Contains IMS 14 base volume (optional)


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I0IMS2 Contains IMS 14 base volume (optional)


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I0IMS3 Contains IMS 14 base volume (optional)


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I0IMS4 Contains IMS 14 base volume (optional)


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I0IMS5 Contains IMS 14 base volume (optional)


I1IMS1Contains IMS 15 base volume (optional)


I1IMS2Contains IMS 15 base volume (optional)


I1IMS3Contains IMS 15 base volume (optional)


I1IMS4Contains IMS 15 base volume (optional)


I1IMS5Contains IMS 15 base volume (optional)


WAS1Contains WebSphere Application Server for z/OS 8.5.5 base volume (optional)


WAS2Contains WebSphere Application Server for z/OS 8.5.5 base volume (optional)


WAS3Contains WebSphere Application Server for z/OS 9.0.0 base volume (optional)


WAS4Contains WebSphere Application Server for z/OS 9.0.0 base volume (optional)


How to install ADCD z/OS 1.9 18?




To install ADCD z/OS 1.9 18, you need to have a z Systems Development and Test Environment V10 instance running on a Linux server or a cloud platform, such as IBM Cloud, Amazon Web Services, or Microsoft Azure. You also need to have enough disk space to store the virtual disk images and enough memory and CPU resources to run the z/OS system.


The steps to install ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 are as follows:


  • Copy the downloaded ZPD and gz files to a directory on your Linux server or cloud platform.



  • Extract the gz files using the gunzip command.



  • Create a configuration file for your zD&T instance that specifies the parameters for the virtual machine, such as memory size, CPU count, network settings, and disk mappings.



  • Edit the configuration file to map the virtual disk images to the corresponding device addresses, using the following format: DASD=devaddr,filename[,ro], where devaddr is the device address in hexadecimal, filename is the path to the virtual disk image file, and ro is an optional flag to indicate read-only mode.



  • Start your zD&T instance using the zdpl command with the configuration file as an argument.



  • IPL your z/OS system from the ADCD1 volume using the HMC console or the zdconsole command.



  • Log in to your z/OS system using a terminal emulator, such as x3270 or PuTTY, and perform the initial setup tasks, such as setting the system date and time, defining TCP/IP connections, creating user IDs and passwords, and customizing system parameters.



  • Select and install the optional products that you want to use from the CICS, DB2, IMS, or WAS volumes using SMP/E.



  • Restart your z/OS system to activate the changes.



How to customize ADCD z/OS 1.9 18?




After installing ADCD z/OS 1.9 18, you can customize it according to your development and testing needs. For example, you can:


  • Add or remove data sets from the ADCD user volumes using IDCAMS or ICKDSF commands.



  • Create or modify JCL jobs and procedures using ISPF editor or SDSF commands.



  • Change system settings or options using PARMLIB members or operator commands.



  • Tune system performance or diagnose problems using RMF or IPCS tools.



  • Deploy or test your own applications using CICS, DB2, IMS, or WAS subsystems.



Conclusion




In this article, you learned how to download and install ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 on your z Systems Development and Test Environment instance, and how to customize it according to your needs. ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 is a convenient and cost-effective way to access z/OS 2.2 for development and testing purposes. You can use it to learn about the features and functions of z/OS 2.2 and its subsystems, develop and test applications that run on z/OS 2.2, experiment with different configurations and scenarios, and prepare for migration or upgrade to z/OS 2.2. You can also use ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 to explore the latest service levels and fixes for z/OS 2.2, as it is updated periodically by IBM. FAQs




Here are some frequently asked questions about ADCD z/OS 1.9 18:


Q: How can I get access to ADCD z/OS 1.9 18?




A: You need to have a valid IBM ID and an active subscription to the IBM Z Developer Discount Program or the IBM Z Academic Initiative Program. You also need to have access to the IBM Developer for Z Systems Enterprise Edition (IDz EE) or IBM Developer for Z Systems (IDz) product downloads page.


Q: How can I run ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 on my Linux server or cloud platform?




A: You need to have a z Systems Development and Test Environment V10 instance running on your Linux server or cloud platform. You also need to have enough disk space, memory, and CPU resources to run the z/OS system.


Q: How can I update ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 with the latest service levels and fixes?




A: You can download the latest version of ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 from the IDz EE or IDz product downloads page, and replace the existing virtual disk images with the new ones. You may need to perform some additional steps, such as applying PTFs or refreshing subsystems, depending on the changes.


Q: How can I customize ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 according to my development and testing needs?




A: You can customize ADCD z/OS 1.9 18 by adding or removing data sets, creating or modifying JCL jobs and procedures, changing system settings or options, tuning system performance or diagnosing problems, and deploying or testing your own applications.


Q: How can I get help or support for ADCD z/OS 1.9 18?




A: You can refer to the documentation and resources available on the IBM Developer for Z Systems website, or contact the IBM Z Developer Discount Program support team or the IBM Z Academic Initiative Program support team, depending on your subscription type. dcd2dc6462


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