Defining Terminal Type and Terminal

Defining a Terminal Type

With the CICS-CEDA transaction, define a terminal type for LU 6.2 communication. Use the following example:

OBJECT CHARACTERISTICS
CEDA View
TYpeterm : LU62
Group : SAPLU62
RESOURCE TYPE
DEVice : APPC
:
:
:
SESSION PROPERTIES
AScii : No No ! 7 ! 8
SENdsize : 00256 0-30720
RECeivesize : 00256 0-30720
BRacket : Yes Yes ! No
LOGMode :

IBM normally delivers Typeterm models in the CSD file.These can be used as examples.

Defining a Terminal

Define a terminal entry for each Logical Unit required on the workstation. You do not need any predefinitions for SINGLE session connections, which are always set up from the partner side to CICS. Instead, you can use CICS AUTOINSTALL.

OBJECT CHARACTERISTICS
CEDA View
TErminal : <LU00>
Group : SAPLU62
AUTINSTModel : No No ! Yes ! Only
AUTINSTName :
TERMINAL IDENTIFIERS
TYpeterm : LU62
Netname : <LU000000>
SYSIDNT=xxxx
Console : No No ! 0-99
REMOTESystem :
REMOTEName :
Modename : <LU62SAP1>

This terminal has the net name LU000000, which was defined in the VTAM LU instruction. The statement SYSIDNT=xxxx corresponds to the statement of the Logical Unit in the XCOM table.