General Description

The following table shows where you can find each data area:

Code Data Area Library Product Name
ML MSGCENTER B_DETECTOR SmartConsole Light
MC MSGCENTER B_DETECTOR SmartConsole
BD CPU B_DETECTOR iSeries Interactive Agent
BB CPUBCH B_DETECTOR iSeries Server Agent
CP CPREVENTER B_DETECTOR Crash Preventer
VC CPU JOBCTL VISUAL Control for Jobs 
VN CPU VISUAL VISUAL Debugger 5250 Edition
VM CPU MXMNG Compressor
VW CPUWIN JOBCTL VMC Performance Agent for iSeries
PS CPUPOOL JOBCTL VISUAL Control for Pools
PK CPU VSCREEN VMC iSeries Support Agent (VISUAL Support)
VI CPU VISUALW VMC Debugging Agent (powered by VDW)
VL CPU VISUALW VISUAL Debugger for Windows Ligth
DP CPU VISUALW VISUAL Debugger for Windows Enterprise/Dongle
DL CPU VISUALW VISUAL Debugger for Windows Developer/Dongle
SA CPUSEC B_DETECTOR VMC iSeries Security Agent
LP CPU T4LPAR VISUAL Control LPAR Tuner
SI CPUSQI B_DETECTOR Interactive SQL Monitor
SL CPUSQL B_DETECTOR SQL Monitor
MV VMCENTER T4NICELINK VISUAL Message Center Suite for Operations*
CC VCCENTER T4NICELINK VISUAL Control Center
PR EPSOLVER T4NICELINK Enterprise Problem Solver

 

Conclusion / Solution / Recommendation / Advice

You can execute T4NICELINK/VCCENTER KEY(‘---key code---’) in order to enter a key code for VISUAL Control Center 

Besides the specific data areas, there are others that belongs to a shared suites (inside T4NICELINK library).

They are:

  • CPUC1
  • CPUC2
  • CPUC3
  • CPUC4
  • CPUC5

These Data Areas are just use inserting keys with T4NICELINK/CPU KEY(‘---key code---’) command.

The command inserts the key in one of the five data areas.

You can check every key with T4NICELINK/VRFOURK BIBLIOTECA/DATAAREA command.

It is important to know that executing T4NICELINK/VRFOURK T4NICELINK/CPU is not right , because T4NICELINK/CPU is a command and not a data area.

You can execute T4NICELINK/VRFOURK command with each CPU data area in order to check keys entered.

NOTE:

Remember that all the custom Keys (included SUISEC, SUIOPE, ...) could be inserted into a data area different that T4NICELINK/VMCENTER, and you should also check:

T4NICELINK/CPUC1, T4NICELINK/CPUC2, T4NICELINK/CPUC3, T4NICELINK/CPUC4, T4NICELINK/CPUC5.


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Last Modified On: October 22, 2018