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Buy a IBM Sterling Connect:Direct Premium Edition - Software Subscription and Sup or other Network Management at CDW.com. This 3-day instructor-led course provides the skills necessary to use and manage IBM® Sterling Connect:Direct® in the Windows environment. A desire to provide the highest level of care in a kind and compassionate environment is the driving force behind everything we do at Sterling Surgical Hospital. sterling connect com

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Why Refer Your Patients

A desire to provide the highest level of care in a kind and compassionate environment is the driving force behind everything we do at Sterling Surgical Hospital. The focus of our care is designed to ensure the best possible outcomes for your patients while making the process as simple as possible for you and your staff. We don’t take the trust you place in us lightly and are committed to making the surgery process as pleasant as possible.

Scheduling Process

We thank you for entrusting the care of your patients with us. We appreciate this responsibility and welcome your feedback so we may continue to provide the best possible care to you and your patients. We hope that we will be able to enhance your practice through prompt consultations and clear communication.

To initiate a referral, simply open the E-Scheduler Form below or call our Physician Connect line at 985-690-8200. The form can either be filled out online and then printed, or simply printed blank and completed by hand.

The completed scheduling form can be sent to Sterling Surgical Hospital via fax to 985-690-8259 or via email at [email protected]. If you have any questions, please call our Patient Navigator line at 985-690-8221.

Источник: https://sterlingsurgical.net/for-physicians/physician-connect

Pré Instalação

Required Files

Você pode baixar o C:D do IBM Passport Advantage ou da IBM Fix Central

  • 6.1.0.1-IBMConnectDirectforUNIX-Linux-x86-iFix000.tar -> IBM Connect Direct for Unux V6.0.1.1 iFix 0 Linux x86_64

/etc/hosts

Meu arquivo /etc/hosts

10.0.0.1 cdnode01.test.net cdnode01

Linux User

First you need to create a user on you Linux host

useradd cduser

Change password

passwd cduser

Login with cduser to do installation

Unpack installers

1) Create temporary directories

mkdir -p /home/cduser/installers/

copy file 6.1.0.1-IBMConnectDirectforUNIX-Linux-x86-iFix000.tar to directory /home/seasuser/installers

2) Unzip pakages

cd /home/cduser/installers tar -xvf 6.1.0.1-IBMConnectDirectforUNIX-Linux-x86-iFix000.tar

Instalação do CD Server e Cliente na mesma máquina

Execute o Instalador

[[email protected] installers]$ ./cdinstall

Pressione ENTER

================================================================ Licensed Materials - Property of IBM IBM(R) Connect:Direct(R) for UNIX ... ... ... UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group ================================================================ Press ENTER when ready.

Informe o diretório de instalação

Enter the FULL path of the Connect:Direct for UNIX 6.1.0.1 installation directory. You can use /home/cduser to shorten the name:[/home/cduser/cdunix] Connect:Direct for UNIX installation directory specified: /home/cduser/cdunix

Informe a instalação 1 e pressione Enter

Please select one of the following installation options: (1) Connect:Direct for UNIX Server and Client(CLI/API) (2) Connect:Direct for UNIX Server (3) Connect:Direct for UNIX Client(CLI/API) (4) Connect:Direct for UNIX File Agent (5) Connect:Direct Secure+ Option for UNIX (6) EXIT Enter your choice:[1]

Informe o local do arquivo cdunix, no meu caso /home/cduser/installers/cdunix e confirme com Y

Specify the fully qualified name of the Connect:Direct for UNIX installation file (file name prefixed with the absolute path, e.g., /localhome/cdadmin/cdunix): /home/cduser/installers/cdunix Both Connect:Direct for UNIX Server and Client(CLI/API) Version 6.1.0.1 will be installed in your system. Do you want to continue?:[Y/n]

Aguarde a instalação dos pacotes

Please wait while the procedure determines if there is sufficient disk space to complete this operation. Sufficient free disk space: 167546 kbytes needed, 22116808 kbytes available ... Extracting server_and_cliapi installation listfile from the media. ... ... ... install_agent installation in progress... Done

Após a instalação, automaticamente será iniciado o menu de configuração (próximo tópico).

Configuração do CD Server

Pressione ENTER

=============================================================== IBM(R) Connect:Direct(R) for UNIX Customization The customization procedure sets up the Connect:Direct for UNIX operating environment. In the following, please answer questions when prompted and when in doubt, enter (?) followed by the ENTER key for help. To abort the process, enter Control-C. As a short hand, entering ENTER at the prompt means "yes", or the default value, if any, will be taken. =============================================================== Press ENTER when ready.

Escolha 3 para configurar o server e o cliente

The customization procedure allows you to create configuration files for: (1) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Server. (2) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Client. (3) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Server and Client. (4) Configurations requiring root privilege. (5) EXIT. Enter your choice:[3]

Informe o nome do node, aceite os valores default para os demais

================================================================ Configuring Connect:Direct for UNIX Server ================================================================ Please enter name of Connect:Direct node you want to customize:CDNODE01 Index file with 13861 messages has been created for /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/msgfile.cfg Enter TCP/IP port to listen for a Control Center Director request:[1365] Start CCD Install Agent after installation:[Y/n] Enter TCP/IP port to listen for a remote connection request:[1364] Enter TCP/IP hostname to listen for a remote connection request:[0.0.0.0] Enter TCP/IP port to listen for a Client connection request:[1363] Enter TCP/IP hostname to listen for a Client connection request:[cdnode01]

Será criado os arquivos initparm.cfg e netmap.cfg. Pressione ENTER

=============================================================== A initparm file has been created. This initparm file consists of initialization parameter records used by Connect:Direct during startup. To see details about modifying the initparm file, please refer to the "Maintaining the Initialization Parameter File" chapter in the Administration Guide. Initparm file is located at /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/CDNODE01/initparm.cfg ===============================================================

Tome nota! vai ser utilizado para iniciarmos o C:D.

=============================================================== A netmap file has been created. This netmap file contains the installed Connect:Direct node network definition. For assistance adding network definitions of other nodes, please refer to the "Maintaining the Network Map File" chapter in the Administration Guide. Netmap file is located at /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/CDNODE01/netmap.cfg. =============================================================== Press ENTER when ready.

Informe o Remote userid e local userid.

=============================================================== The User Authorization file has two types of records: local user record and remote user record. Refer to the "Maintaining the User Authorization Information File" chapter in the Administration Guide for details. User Authorization file is located at /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/CDNODE01/userfile.cfg. =============================================================== Insert remote user record?:[Y/n]N Insert local user record?:[Y/n]YEnter local userid:cduser Enter local Connect:Direct node name:CDNODE01 =============================================================== A server authentication key file has been created. The default key is CD4UNIX. Please refer to the "Maintaining Client and Server Authentication Key Files" chapter in the Administration Guide for details. =============================================================== Press ENTER when ready.

Após a Configuração do Server, automaticamente será iniciado o menu de configuração do Cleinte(próximo tópico).

Configuração do CD Cliente

================================================================ Configuring Connect:Direct for UNIX Client ================================================================ =============================================================== The Client configuration file defines connection information to the Connect:Direct Server. A network-wide configuration file with records defining connection information to different Servers can be set up. For details please refer to the "Modifying the Client Configuration File" chapter in the Administration Guide. The Client configuration is located at /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/cliapi/ndmapi.cfg. =============================================================== Enter port of the Connect:Direct Server this Client will connect to:[1363] Enter hostname of the Connect:Direct Server this Client will connect to:[cdnode01] =============================================================== A client authentication key file has been created. The default key is CD4UNIX. Please refer to the "Maintaining Client and Server Authentication Key Files" chapter in the Administration Guide for details. ===============================================================

Configurações usando o Root

Neste etapa vamos executar operações que necessitam de privilégio de root. Siga os passos abaixo:

The customization procedure allows you to create configuration files for: (1) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Server. (2) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Client. (3) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Server and Client. (4) Configurations requiring root privilege. (5) EXIT. Enter your choice:[3]4 This option will check for the existence and proper minimal configuration of the Strong Access Control List (SACL). It will also set required file ownership and permissions for the Connect:Direct executable files. Press ENTER when ready. Performing configuration tasks that require root authority. Note to System Administrator: root authority will be used to create or check the following file: /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/SACL/sysacl.cfg used to control user access to Connect:Direct for UNIX. root authority will also be used to set required ownership and permission settings of Connect:Direct for UNIX executables in: /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/bin This option requires root authority. Continue?:[Y/n] Please enter the root password at the following prompt. Password: <INFORME_A_SENHA_DO_ROOT>================================================================ Configuring Connect:Direct for UNIX SACL ================================================================ NOTICE: Connect:Direct for UNIX, by default, will deny proxy to root ================================================================ Setting Connect:Direct for UNIX permissions ================================================================ The Connect:Direct for UNIX service must be run as root. This may be accomplished by either: 1) turning the cdpmgr set user ID on execution mode on (suid bit) 2) the root user executing the cdpmgr module If your answer to the following query is 'y', option 1 will be used. For option 1, the Connect:Direct for UNIX installer, or a user in the installer's primary group will be able to start the service. If your answer to the query is 'n', then only root will be able to start the service. Will Connect:Direct for UNIX installer, or a user in the installer's primary group, be starting the service?:[Y/n]

Encerrando o instalador

The customization procedure allows you to create configuration files for: (1) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Server. (2) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Client. (3) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Server and Client. (4) Configurations requiring root privilege. (5) EXIT. Enter your choice:[3]5 Exiting Connect:Direct for UNIX customization procedure. =============================================================== A sample pnode equal to snode process has been created to test the Connect:Direct for UNIX installation. It is located at /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/bin/sample.cd. More example processes can be found in sub-directory /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/src. =============================================================== =============================================================== Connect:Direct for UNIX configuration completed. Before starting Connect:Direct for UNIX, please set the environment variable NDMAPICFG to point to the Client configuration file. Please refer to the "Installing Connect:Direct for UNIX" chapter in the Getting Started Guide for details. Thank you for using Connect:Direct for UNIX. =============================================================== Would you like to return to the installation menu?:[Y/n]n Connect:Direct for UNIX Installation procedure exited.

Iniciando o CD Server

Iniciando o servidor C:D

/home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/bin/cdpmgr -i /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/<nodename>/initparm.cfg

no meu caso

/home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/bin/cdpmgr -i /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/CDNODE01/initparm.cfg

Verificando a instalação

Faça o export da variável NDMAPICFG

export NDMAPICFG=/home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/cliapi/ndmapi.cfg

Invocando o cliente

/home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/bin/direct

No prompt do direct

direct> Select statistics;

Envie um processo de teste. Este processo de exemplo copia o arquivo msgfile.cfg para o arquivo cddelete.me, no seu diretório HOME.

Direct> submit file=/home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/bin/sample.cd;

Para monitorar a atividade de transmissão execute o comando:

Direct> select process pnumber=1;

O direct gera um relatório com o nome e número do Processo, usuário, nó de submissão, fila e status.

Após o final do Processo, veja as estatísticas com o comando:

Direct> select statistics pnumber=1;

Saia do C:D direct com o comando

Direct> quit;

Parando o CD Server

Usando o CD cliente "direct". Digite:

Direct> stop;

Executando a reconfiguração do cliente

cd /home/cduser/cdunix/etc ./cdcust
Источник: https://ebasso.net/wiki/index.php?title=IBM_Sterling_Connect:Direct_:_Instala%C3%A7%C3%A3o

HCA Sterling Virginia Regional Office

HCA Sterling Virginia Regional Office

HCA Sterling Virginia Regional Office

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Health Connect America began operations in Sterling, Virginia on November 2017.

HCA Sterling Virginia Regional Office

6 Pidgeon Hill Drive
Suite 200,

Sterling, VA20165

United States (US)

Phone: 703-994-4809
Fax: 703-996-4406
Monday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

About Sterling Virginia Office Operating Hours

This office is not open during the holidays of Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Years Day, Memorial Day, and Independence Day.

Sterling Virginia Office County Coverage

The HCA Sterling office covers the counties of Clarke, Fairfax, Fredrick, Loudoun, Prince William, Shenandoah, and Warren. The HCA Alexandria Office also covers the counties of Fairfax and Prince William.

Sterling Virginia Office Services and Programs

Источник: https://healthconnectamerica.com/locations/hca-sterling-va/

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New York City-based Rho Technologies has inked a partnership with Sterling National Bank, the principal subsidiary of Sterling Bancorp that specializes in serving small-to-medium sized businesses as well as consumers. Sterling will leverage Rho’s digital Banking-as-a-Service platform, Rho Business Banking, to support its customer growth and expansion objectives.

Sterling National Bank’s Matthew Smith, Executive Managing Director for Direct Banking and BaaS, called the partnership “an important step” in expanding its portfolio of BaaS arrangements, as well as speeding up the bank’s “organization-wide digital transformation to offer customer-centric, digitally-enabled solutions to the marketplace.”

The Rho Business Banking platform combines collaborative finance software and commercial-grade banking in a single solution. Relying on a unified platform, team members can take advantage of integrated, intelligent solutions for A/P, budgeting, data automation, and accounting integrations. Rho offers no-fee global payments, up to 1.5% cash back on all spending, and access to its team of “world-class bankers.”

“Rho is thrilled to collaborate with Sterling National Bank,” Rho Technologies CEO and co-founder Everett Cook said. “We spent a lot of time seeking a partner that had the capabilities and scale that our current and future customers need. We look forward to working with Sterling in supporting our future product and service offerings.

With more than $30 billion in assets, Sterling National Bank made fintech headlines earlier this year when it announced a partnership with Google Pay to offer digital checking and savings accounts through the Google Pay platform. Headquartered in New York, Sterling National Bank also teamed up with Goalsetter during African American History Month to provide seed funding for a program to support financial inclusion and literacy among students in underserved communities.

“This critical initiative reinforces Sterling’s commitment to financial education and empowering young people to reach financial independence,” Smith said. “Black History Month provides an important opportunity to celebrate and promote Black achievement. We are excited to play a part in supporting these inspiring young men to become the next leaders, savers, and investors.”

Rho Technologies began the year with news of a $15 million investment courtesy of a Series A round led by M13 Ventures. The funding, which took the company’s total capital to $19.9 million according to Crunchbase, enabled Rho to launch an integrated accounts payable platform as part of an expansion of its flagship Business Banking offering.

“We’ve developed the modern commercial banking platform built around the way companies operate today: distributed, team-oriented, transparent, and built for scale,” Cook said when the funding was announced in January. “AP is the next step on our mission to help teams work better together with money.”


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Источник: https://finovate.com/rho-technologies-brings-its-baas-solution-to-sterling-national-bank/

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IBM Sterling Connect:Direct jobs

An IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job runs IBM Sterling Connect:Direct programs to transfer one or more files from a primary node to a secondary node.

Prerequisites

HCL Workload Automation plug-in for IBM Sterling Connect:Direct automates the entire file transfer process guaranteeing the success of any subsequent processing like decryption, renaming, parsing, and retransmission of those files. You have access to real-time monitoring, reporting, event management, and auditing. All the tools you need to react to delays or errors and automate recovery actions.

IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job definition

A description of the job properties and valid values are detailed in the context-sensitive help in the Dynamic Workload Console by clicking the question mark (?) icon in the top-right corner of the properties pane.

For information about creating jobs using the various supported product interfaces, see Defining a job.

For more information about IBM Sterling Connect:Direct , see IBM Sterling Connect:Direct

The following table lists the required and optional attributes for IBM Sterling Connect:Direct jobs:
AttributeDescription and valueRequired
AddressThe host name or IP address of the workstation that is considered as the primary node where IBM Sterling Connect:Direct is installed.
PortThe port number of the primary node workstation where IBM Sterling Connect:Direct is listening.
User IDThe name of the user authorized to access the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct on the primary node workstation.
PasswordThe password that is associated with the user that is authorized to access the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct on the primary node workstation.
Node NameThe name of the workstation that is considered as the secondary node where IBM Sterling Connect:Direct is installed.✓ (Only for Submit Process action)
User IDThe name of the user authorized to access the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct on the secondary node workstation.✓ (Only for Submit Process action)
PasswordThe password that is associated with the user that is authorized to access the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct on the secondary node workstation.✓ (Only for Submit Process action)
PlatformThe secondary node workstation operating system:
Unknown
Unknown operating systems.
Windows
Windows operating systems.
OpenMVS
MVS operating systems.
OS/400
IBM i operating systems.
UNIX
UNIX operating systems.
✓ (Only for Submit Process action)
Submit fileThe submit file action.
Process File NameOn the primary node is the fully qualified path and name of the file that contains the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct process definition. The file extension is .
Process File LocationThe IBM Sterling Connect:Direct node where the Process File is located. If you do not specify this value, the default Process File Location is the Primary Node.
New NameThe new name of the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct process associated to the file transfer action.
Submit ProcessThe submit process action.
Action type
Send
The file transfer from primary node to secondary node.
Receive
The file transfer from secondary node to primary node.
Local Filename Path (pNode)
Send
On the primary node the value is the fully qualified path and name of the file to be uploaded to the secondary node.
Receive
On the primary node the value is the fully qualified path and name of the file to be created on the local target from the secondary node.
The wildcard characters '*' and '?' are supported.
Remote Filename Path (sNode)
Send
On the secondary node the value is the fully qualified path and name of the file to be created on the remote target of the primary node.
Receive
On the secondary node the value is the fully qualified path and name of the file to be downloaded from the primary node.
The wildcard characters '*' and '?' are supported.
Destination DispositionThe action to perform: if the file exists in the destination location:
Replace
Replace the file if it already exists or create the file if it does not exist.
Append
Append the content at the end of the file if it already exists. This option is supported only for text format files.
Create
Create the file if it does not exist.
Compression TypeThe compression type:
None
The file is not compressed.
Extended
The file is compressed.
Check Point Restart
Default
Perform the default check.
None
Do not perform check.
Check
Perform the check.
At EveryThe file check point interval in KBs✓ (Only if Check Point Restart value is )

Scheduling and stopping the job in HCL Workload Automation

You schedule HCL Workload AutomationIBM Sterling Connect:Direct jobs by defining them in job streams. Add the job to a job stream with all the necessary scheduling arguments and submit the job stream.

You can submit jobs by using the Dynamic Workload Console, Application Lab or the conman command line. See Scheduling and submitting jobs and job streams for information about how to schedule and submit jobs and job streams using the various interfaces.

After submitting the job, when the job is running and is reported in EXEC status in HCL Workload Automation, you can stop it if necessary, by using the kill command. This action is effective on both HCL Workload Automation job and IBM Sterling Connect:Direct jobs. The IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job is deleted. HCL Workload Automation assigns the Error or ABEND status with return code 0 to the HCL Workload Automation job.

Monitoring the job

If the HCL Workload Automation agent stops when you submit theHCL Workload AutomationIBM Sterling Connect:Direct job or while the job is running, as soon as the agent becomes available again HCL Workload Automation begins monitoring the job from where it stopped.

For information about how to monitor jobs using the different product interfaces available, see Monitoring HCL Workload Automation jobs.

SterlingJobExecutor.properties configuration file

The properties file is automatically generated either when you perform a "Test Connection" from the Dynamic Workload Console in the job definition panels, or when you submit the job to run the first time. Once the file has been created, you can customize it. This is especially useful when you need to schedule several jobs of the same type. You can specify the values in the properties file and avoid having to provide information such as credentials and other information, for each job. You can override the values in the properties files by defining different values at job definition time.

The \TWS\JavaExt\cfg\SterlingJobExecutor.propertiesconfiguration properties file contains the following Primary and Secondary nodes properties :If you define an IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job with the , the secondary node information is not read from the SterlingJobExecutor.propertiesconfiguration file. The job uses the secondary node name specified in the field of Dynamic Workload Consoleor, if not specified, the secondary node name contained in the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job input.

Job properties

While the job is running, you can track the status of the job and analyze the properties of the job. In particular, in the Extra Information section, if the job contains variables, you can verify the value passed to the variable from the remote system. Some job streams use the variable passing feature, for example, the value of a variable specified in job 1, contained in job stream A, is required by job 2 in order to run in the same job stream.

For information about how to display the job properties from the various supported interfaces, see Analyzing the job log.

For example, from the conmancommand line, you can see the job properties by running:where is the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job name.
For an IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job in the section of the output command, you see the following properties:
Submit process action
Submit file action
Where:
Action Selected
The action to perform that you specify in the field.
Check Point Restart
The check point restart value that you specify in the field.
Child Process Name
The name of the child process invoked by the parent process specified by Process Name.
Compression Type
The compression type value that you specify in the field.
Destination Disposition
The action to perform that you specify in the field.
Destination File Path
The absolute file path where you save the file.
Primary Node Address
The host name or IP address of the workstation that is considered as the primary node on which IBM Sterling Connect:Direct is installed that you specify in the field.
Primary Node User
The name of the user authorized to access IBM Sterling Connect:Direct on the primary node workstation that you specify in the field.
Process Name
The name of the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct process that you specify in the field.
Process Number
The IBM Sterling Connect:Direct process number.
Process File Name
The fully qualified path and name of the file that contains the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct process definition that you specify in the field.
Process File Location
The IBM Sterling Connect:Direct node on which the Process File is located that you specify in field.
Secondary Node Name
The name of the workstation that is considered as the secondary node on which IBM Sterling Connect:Direct is installed that you specify in the field.
Secondary Node User
The name of the user authorized to access the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct on the secondary node workstation that you specify in the field.
Source File Path
The absolute file path from which you download the file.

You can export the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job properties that you can see in the section, to a successive job in the same job stream instance. For more information about the list of job properties that you can export, see Properties for IBM Sterling Connect:Direct jobs.

Submit Process action:
The following example shows the job definition that performs the copy of non-compressed files from the windows primary node workstation to the windows secondary node workstation with the Destination Disposition.
Submit File action:
The following example shows the job definition that uses the Process File saved on the windows secondary node workstation.

Job log content

For information about how to display the job log from the various supported interfaces, see Analyzing the job log.

For example, you can see the job log content by running , where is the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job name.

For an IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job log, you see the following information:
Источник: https://workloadautomation.hcldoc.com/help/topic/com.hcl.wa.doc_9.4/distr/src_ref/awsrgjobdefnSterling.html

Pré Instalação

Required Files

Você pode baixar o C:D do IBM Passport Advantage ou da IBM Fix Central

  • 6.1.0.1-IBMConnectDirectforUNIX-Linux-x86-iFix000.tar -> IBM Connect Direct for Unux V6.0.1.1 iFix 0 Linux x86_64

/etc/hosts

Meu arquivo /etc/hosts

10.0.0.1 cdnode01.test.net cdnode01

Linux User

First you need to create a user on you Linux host

useradd cduser

Change password

passwd cduser

Login with cduser to do installation

Unpack installers

1) Create temporary directories

mkdir -p /home/cduser/installers/

copy file 6.1.0.1-IBMConnectDirectforUNIX-Linux-x86-iFix000.tar to directory /home/seasuser/installers

2) Unzip pakages

cd /home/cduser/installers tar -xvf 6.1.0.1-IBMConnectDirectforUNIX-Linux-x86-iFix000.tar

Instalação do CD Server e Cliente na mesma máquina

Execute o Instalador

[[email protected] installers]$ ./cdinstall

Pressione ENTER

================================================================ Licensed Materials - Property of IBM IBM(R) Connect:Direct(R) for UNIX . UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group ================================================================ Press ENTER when ready.

Informe o diretório de instalação

Enter the FULL path of the Connect:Direct for UNIX 6.1.0.1 installation directory. You can use /home/cduser to shorten the name:[/home/cduser/cdunix] Connect:Direct for UNIX installation directory specified: /home/cduser/cdunix

Informe a instalação 1 e pressione Enter

Please select one of the following installation options: (1) Connect:Direct for UNIX Server and Client(CLI/API) (2) Connect:Direct for UNIX Server (3) Connect:Direct for UNIX Client(CLI/API) (4) Connect:Direct for UNIX File Agent (5) Connect:Direct Secure+ Option for UNIX (6) EXIT Enter your choice:[1]

Informe o local do arquivo cdunix, no meu caso /home/cduser/installers/cdunix e confirme com Y

Specify the fully qualified name of the Connect:Direct for UNIX installation file (file name prefixed with the absolute path, e.g., /localhome/cdadmin/cdunix): /home/cduser/installers/cdunix Both Connect:Direct for UNIX Server and Client(CLI/API) Version 6.1.0.1 will be installed in your system. Do you want to continue?:[Y/n]

Aguarde a instalação dos pacotes

Please wait while the sterling connect com determines if there is sufficient disk space to complete this operation. Sufficient free disk space: 167546 kbytes needed, 22116808 kbytes available . Extracting server_and_cliapi installation listfile from the media. . install_agent installation in progress. Done

Após a instalação, automaticamente será iniciado o menu de configuração (próximo tópico).

Configuração do CD Server

Pressione ENTER

=============================================================== IBM(R) Connect:Direct(R) for UNIX Customization The customization procedure sets up the Connect:Direct for UNIX operating environment. In the following, please answer questions when prompted and when in doubt, enter (?) followed by the ENTER key for help. To abort the process, enter Control-C. As a short hand, entering ENTER at the prompt means "yes", or the default value, if any, will be taken. =============================================================== Press ENTER when ready.

Escolha 3 para configurar o server e o cliente

The customization procedure allows you to create configuration files for: (1) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Server. (2) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Client. (3) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Server and Client. (4) Configurations requiring root privilege. (5) EXIT. Enter your choice:[3]

Informe o nome do node, aceite os valores default para os demais

================================================================ Configuring Connect:Direct for UNIX Server ================================================================ Please enter name of Connect:Direct node you want to customize:CDNODE01 Index file with 13861 messages has been created for /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/msgfile.cfg Enter TCP/IP port to listen for a Control Center Director request:[1365] Start CCD Install Agent after installation:[Y/n] Enter TCP/IP port to listen for a remote connection request:[1364] Enter TCP/IP hostname to listen for a remote connection request:[0.0.0.0] Enter TCP/IP port to listen for a Client connection request:[1363] Enter TCP/IP hostname to listen for a Client connection request:[cdnode01]

Será criado os arquivos initparm.cfg e netmap.cfg. Pressione ENTER

=============================================================== A initparm file has been created. This initparm file consists of initialization parameter records used by Connect:Direct bankwest replacement card startup. To see details about modifying the initparm file, please refer to the "Maintaining the Initialization Parameter File" chapter in the Administration Guide. Initparm file is located at /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/CDNODE01/initparm.cfg ===============================================================

Tome nota! vai ser utilizado para iniciarmos o C:D.

=============================================================== A netmap file has been created. This netmap file contains the installed Connect:Direct node network definition. For assistance adding network definitions of other nodes, please refer to the "Maintaining the Network Map File" chapter in the Administration Guide. Netmap file is located at /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/CDNODE01/netmap.cfg. =============================================================== Press ENTER when ready.

Informe o Remote userid e local userid.

=============================================================== The User Authorization file has two types of records: local user record and remote user record. Refer to the "Maintaining the User Authorization Information File" chapter in the Administration Guide for details. User Authorization file is located at /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/CDNODE01/userfile.cfg. =============================================================== Insert remote user record?:[Y/n]N Insert local user record?:[Y/n]YEnter local userid:cduser Enter local Connect:Direct node name:CDNODE01 =============================================================== A server authentication key file has been created. The default key is CD4UNIX. Please refer to the "Maintaining Client and Server Authentication Key Files" chapter in the Administration Guide for details. =============================================================== Press ENTER when ready.

Após a Configuração do Server, automaticamente será iniciado o menu de configuração do Cleinte(próximo tópico).

Configuração do CD Cliente

================================================================ Configuring Connect:Direct for UNIX Client ================================================================ =============================================================== The Client configuration file defines connection information to the Connect:Direct Server. A network-wide configuration file with records defining connection information to different Servers can be set up. For details please refer to the "Modifying the Client Configuration File" chapter in the Administration Guide. The Client configuration is located at /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/cliapi/ndmapi.cfg. =============================================================== Enter port of the Connect:Direct Server this Client will connect to:[1363] Enter hostname of the Connect:Direct Server this Client will connect to:[cdnode01] =============================================================== A client authentication key file has been created. The default key is CD4UNIX. Please refer to the "Maintaining Client and Server Authentication Key Files" chapter in the Administration Guide for details. ===============================================================

Configurações usando o Root

Neste etapa vamos executar operações que necessitam de privilégio de root. Siga os passos abaixo:

The customization procedure allows you to create configuration files for: (1) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Server. (2) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Client. (3) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Server and Client. (4) Configurations requiring root privilege. (5) EXIT. sterling connect com Enter your choice:[3]4 This option will check for the existence and proper minimal configuration of the Strong Access Control List (SACL). It will also set required file ownership and permissions for the Connect:Direct executable files. Press ENTER when ready. Performing configuration tasks that require root authority. Note to System Administrator: root authority will be used to create or check the following file: /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/SACL/sysacl.cfg used to control user access to Connect:Direct for UNIX. root authority will also be used to set required ownership and permission settings of Connect:Direct for UNIX executables in: /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/bin This option requires root authority. Continue?:[Y/n] Please enter the root password at the following prompt. Password: <INFORME_A_SENHA_DO_ROOT>================================================================ Configuring Connect:Direct for UNIX SACL ================================================================ NOTICE: Connect:Direct for UNIX, by default, will deny proxy to root ================================================================ Setting Connect:Direct for UNIX permissions ================================================================ The Connect:Direct for UNIX service must be run as root. This may be accomplished by either: 1) turning the cdpmgr set user ID on execution mode on (suid bit) 2) the root user executing the cdpmgr module If your answer to the following query is 'y', option 1 will be used. For option 1, the Connect:Direct for UNIX installer, or a user in the installer's primary group will be able to start the service. If your answer to the query is 'n', then only root will be able to start the service. Will Connect:Direct for UNIX installer, or a user in the installer's primary group, be starting the service?:[Y/n]

Encerrando o instalador

The customization procedure allows you to create configuration files for: (1) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Server. (2) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Client. (3) Configure the Connect:Direct for UNIX Server and Client. (4) Configurations requiring root privilege. (5) EXIT. Enter your choice:[3]5 Exiting Connect:Direct for UNIX customization procedure. =============================================================== A sample pnode equal to snode process has been created to test the Connect:Direct for UNIX installation. It is located at /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/bin/sample.cd. More example processes can be found in sub-directory /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/src. =============================================================== =============================================================== Connect:Direct for UNIX configuration completed. Before starting Connect:Direct for UNIX, please set the environment variable NDMAPICFG to point to the Client configuration file. Please refer to the "Installing Connect:Direct for UNIX" chapter in the Getting Started Guide for details. Thank you for using Connect:Direct for UNIX. =============================================================== Would you like to return to the installation menu?:[Y/n]n Connect:Direct for UNIX Installation procedure exited.

Iniciando o CD Server

Iniciando o servidor C:D

/home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/bin/cdpmgr -i /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/<nodename>/initparm.cfg

no meu caso

/home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/bin/cdpmgr -i /home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/CDNODE01/initparm.cfg

Verificando a instalação

Faça o export da variável NDMAPICFG

export NDMAPICFG=/home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/cfg/cliapi/ndmapi.cfg

Invocando o cliente

/home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/bin/direct

No prompt do direct

direct> Select statistics;

Envie um processo de teste. Este processo de exemplo copia o arquivo msgfile.cfg para o arquivo cddelete.me, no seu diretório HOME.

Direct> submit file=/home/cduser/cdunix/ndm/bin/sample.cd;

Para monitorar a atividade de transmissão execute o comando:

Direct> select process pnumber=1;

O direct gera um relatório com o nome e número do Processo, usuário, nó de submissão, fila e status.

Após o final do Processo, veja as estatísticas com o comando:

Direct> select statistics pnumber=1;

Saia do C:D direct com o comando

Direct> quit;

Parando o CD Server

Usando o CD cliente "direct". Digite:

Direct> stop;

Executando a reconfiguração do cliente

cd /home/cduser/cdunix/etc ./cdcust
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IBM Sterling Connect:Direct jobs

An IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job runs IBM Sterling Connect:Direct programs to transfer one or more files from a primary node to a secondary node.

Prerequisites

HCL Workload Automation plug-in for IBM Sterling Connect:Direct automates the entire file transfer process guaranteeing the success of any subsequent processing like decryption, renaming, parsing, and retransmission of those files. You have access to real-time monitoring, reporting, event management, and auditing. All the tools you need to react to delays or errors and automate recovery actions.

IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job definition

A description of the job properties and valid values are detailed in the context-sensitive help in the Dynamic Workload Console by clicking the question mark (?) icon in the top-right corner of the properties pane.

For information about creating jobs using the various supported product interfaces, see Defining a job.

For more information about IBM Sterling Connect:Directsee IBM Sterling Connect:Direct

The following table lists the required and optional attributes for IBM Sterling Connect:Direct jobs:
AttributeDescription and valueRequired
Addresssterling connect com rowspan="1">The host name or IP address of the workstation that is considered as the primary node where IBM Sterling Connect:Direct is installed.
PortThe port number of the primary node workstation where IBM Sterling Connect:Direct is listening.
User IDThe name of the user authorized to access the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct on the primary node workstation.
PasswordThe password that is associated with the user that is authorized to access the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct on the primary node workstation.
Node NameThe name of the workstation that is considered as the secondary node where IBM Sterling Connect:Direct is installed.✓ (Only for Submit Process action)
User IDThe name of the user authorized to access the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct on the secondary node workstation.✓ (Only for Submit Process action)
PasswordThe password that is associated with the user that sterling connect com authorized to access the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct on the secondary node workstation.✓ (Only for Submit Process action)
PlatformThe secondary node workstation operating system:
Unknown
Unknown operating systems.
Windows
Windows operating systems.
OpenMVS
MVS operating systems.
OS/400
IBM i operating systems.
UNIX
UNIX operating systems.
✓ (Only for Submit Process action)
Submit fileThe submit file action.
Process File NameOn the primary node is the fully qualified path and name of the file that contains the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct process definition. The file extension is .
Process File LocationThe IBM Sterling Connect:Direct node where the Process File is located. If you do not specify this value, the default Process File Location is the Primary Node.
New NameThe new name of the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct process associated to the file transfer action.
Submit ProcessThe submit process action.
Action type
Send
The file transfer from primary node to secondary node.
Receive
The file transfer from secondary node to primary node.
Local Filename Path (pNode)
Send
On the primary node the value is the fully qualified path and name of the file to be uploaded to the secondary node.
Receive
On the primary node the value is the fully qualified path and name of the file to be created on the local target from the secondary node.
The wildcard characters '*' and '?' are supported.
Remote Filename Path (sNode)
Send
On the secondary node the value is the fully qualified path and name of the file to be created on the remote target of the primary node.
Receive
On the secondary node the value is the fully qualified path and name of the file to be downloaded from the primary node.
The wildcard characters '*' and '?' are supported.
Destination DispositionThe action to perform: if the file exists in the destination location:
Replace
Replace the file if it already exists or create the file if it does not exist.
Append
Append the content at the end of the file if it already exists. This option is supported only for text format files.
Create
Create the file if it does not exist.
Compression Typesterling connect com compression type:
None
The file is not compressed.
Extended
The file is compressed.
Check Point Restart
Default
Perform the default check.
None
Do not perform check.
Check
Perform the check.
At EveryThe file check point interval in KBs✓ (Only if Check Point Restart value is )

Scheduling and stopping the job in HCL Workload Automation

You schedule HCL Workload AutomationIBM Sterling Connect:Direct jobs by defining them in job streams. Add the job to a job stream with all the necessary scheduling sterling connect com and submit the job stream.

You can submit jobs by using the Dynamic Workload Console, Application Lab or the conman command line. See Scheduling and submitting jobs and job streams for information about how to schedule and submit jobs and job streams using the various interfaces.

After submitting the job, when the job is running and is reported in EXEC status in HCL Workload Automation, you can stop it if necessary, by using the kill command. This action is effective on both HCL Workload Automation job and IBM Sterling Connect:Direct jobs. The IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job is deleted. HCL Workload Automation assigns the Error or ABEND status with return code 0 to the HCL Workload Automation job.

Monitoring the job

If the HCL Workload Automation agent stops when you submit theHCL Workload AutomationIBM Sterling Connect:Direct job or while the job is running, as soon as the agent becomes available again HCL Workload Automation begins monitoring the job from where it stopped.

For information about how to monitor jobs using the different product interfaces available, see Monitoring HCL Workload Automation jobs.

SterlingJobExecutor.properties configuration file

The properties file is automatically generated either when you perform a "Test Connection" from the Dynamic Workload Console in the job definition panels, or when you submit the job to run the first time. Once the file has been created, you can customize it. This is especially useful when you need to schedule several jobs of the same type. You can specify the values in the properties file and avoid having to provide information such as credentials and other information, for each job. You can override the values in the properties files by defining different values at job definition time.

The \TWS\JavaExt\cfg\SterlingJobExecutor.propertiesconfiguration properties file contains the following Primary and Secondary nodes properties :If you define an IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job with thethe secondary node information is not read from the SterlingJobExecutor.propertiesconfiguration file. The job uses the secondary node name specified in the field of Dynamic Workload Consoleor, if not specified, the secondary node name contained in the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job input.

Job properties

While the job is running, you can track the status of the job and analyze the properties of the job. In particular, in the Extra Information section, if the job contains variables, you can verify the value passed to the variable from the remote system. Some job streams use the variable passing feature, for example, the value of a variable specified in job 1, contained in job stream A, is required by job 2 in order to run in the same job stream.

For information about how to display the job properties from the various supported interfaces, see Analyzing the job log.

For example, from the conmancommand line, you can see the job properties by running:where is the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job name.
For an IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job in the section of the output command, you see the following properties:
Submit process action
Submit file action
Where:
Action Selected
The action to perform that you specify in the field.
Check Point Restart
The check point restart value that you specify in the field.
Child Process Name
The name of the child process invoked by the parent process specified by Process Name.
Compression Type
The compression type value that you specify in the field.
Destination Disposition
The action to perform that you specify in the field.
Destination File Path
The absolute file path where you save the file.
Primary Node Address
The host name or IP address of the workstation that is considered as the primary node on which IBM Sterling Connect:Direct is installed that you specify in the field.
Primary Node User
The name of the user authorized to access IBM Sterling Connect:Direct on the primary node workstation that you specify in the field.
Process Name
The name of the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct process that you specify in the field.
Process Number
The IBM Sterling Connect:Direct process number.
Process File Name
The fully qualified path and name of the file that contains the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct process definition that you specify in the field.
Process File Location
The IBM Sterling Connect:Direct node on which the Process File is located that you specify in field.
Secondary Node Name
The name of the workstation that is considered as the secondary node on which IBM Sterling Connect:Direct is installed that you specify in the field.
Secondary Node User
The name of the user authorized to access the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct on the secondary node workstation that you specify in the field.
Source File Path
The absolute file path from which you download the file.

You can export the IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job properties that you can see in the section, to a successive job in the same job stream instance. For more information about the list of job properties that you can export, see Properties for IBM Sterling Connect:Direct jobs.

Submit Process action:
The following example shows the job definition that performs the copy of non-compressed files from the windows primary node workstation to the windows secondary node workstation with the Destination Disposition.
Submit File action:
The following example shows the job definition that uses the Process File saved on the windows secondary node workstation.

Job log content

For information about how to display the job log from the various supported interfaces, see Analyzing the job log.

For example, you can see the job log content by runningwhere is the IBM Sterling connect com Connect:Direct job name.

For an IBM Sterling Connect:Direct job log, you see the following information:
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HCA Sterling Virginia Regional Office

HCA Sterling Virginia Regional Office

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Health Connect America began operations in Sterling, Virginia on November 2017.

HCA Sterling Virginia Regional Office

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