Download the installation package - i5/OS (ZIP) | 2.6.1 - from the Zend Core Download site (http://www.zend.com/en/products/core/downloads).
Extract the Zip file to a temporary directory on your workstation.
Log on to the i5/OS system with a user profile of *SECOFR user class with all special authorities.
a SAVF in QGPL under the name ZCORESAVF.
This can be done by running the following command:
CRTSAVF FILE(QGPL/ZCORESAVF) TEXT(`Zend Core product save file')
the package by binary FTP to the SAVF ZCORESAVF in QGPL.
This can be done by executing the following steps:
Verify that FTP is running on your i5/OS system by running the following command and looking for 'FTP' or '21' in the Local Port column:
Open a command prompt and change directory to the directory that contains the files you extracted from the ZIP file.
Run the FTP command, specifying the name of your i5/OS system. e.g:
If requested, enter a valid user profile and password.
Enter the bin command to specify a binary transfer.
Transfer the save file to the i5/OS system by running the following command:
When the SAVF is loaded into the i5 QGPL library, return to your 5250 session and run the following command:
RSTLICPGM LICPGM(1ZCORE5) DEV(*SAVF) SAVF(QGPL/ZCORESAVF)
The installation screens will load automatically.
Restore Licensed Program
Enter to continue or F3 to exit installation.
The License Agreement will be displayed.
Enter to accept the agreement and continue the installation or Press F3
to decline and stop the installation process without completion.
The Zend Core Web Administration Console password screen will open.
Administration Password Configuration
Enter a Password for the Zend Core Web Administration GUI. Press Enter to continue the installation (or Press F3 to Exit). Do not forget your password.
Zend Network Information
Zend Core for i5/OS users benefit from access to Zend Core's regular Updates and Security Fixes.
To learn more about Zend Core Support, and to register for a Support Subscription, go to: http://www.zend.com/en/products/core/support.
If you have registered for a Zend Core Support
Subscription, press Enter to enter your Zend Core Support Network User
ID and Password or F3 to continue with the installation without entering
You will also be able to configure your Zend Core Support Network User ID and Password later using the Zend Core Setup Tool.
To continue the installation without entering your Zend Network Support details, press F3.
If you pressed Enter, the Zend Core Support Network ID password screen will appear.
Zend Network ID and Password
Enter your Zend Core Support Network ID and Password and press Enter to continue.
The program will now be installed.
This completes the installation of Zend Core for i5/OS.
You can access the Zend Updater
at any time using the following command:
Press Enter to continue.
Core for i5/OS comes bundled with a MySQL database.
You will now be prompted to install it.
V5R4 OS and above is required
for the MySQL database to run.
In addition, MySQL must be installed by QSECOFR.
MySQL Installation Option
Press Enter to start the MySQL installation or F3 to skip MySQL installation.
You can install the MySQL
database later using the Setup Tool.
To install MySQL following installation:
1. Open the Setup Tool by running the command go zendcore/zcmenu in your i5/OS emulation screen.
2. Select Option 6 - MySQL management menu.
3. You will be prompted to install the MySQL database.
Note: MySQL must be installed by QSECOFR.
If you pressed Enter and MySQL is already installed in the directory /usr/local/MySQL, the following prompt will appear:
MySQL already installed
If this prompt has appeared, MySQL is already installed. Press F3 to finish the installation.
If MySQL has not been previously installed, it will be installed now:
A dialog will appear reminding you to set a password for the MySQL root user:
PLEASE REMEMBER TO SET A PASSWORD FOR THE MySQL root USER !
In addition to the instructions in the dialog, the MySQL Daemon can later be stopped/started through the Zend Core Setup Tool.
To start/stop your MySQL Deamon (after the MySQL installation):
Press Enter to continue.
MySQL Installation Confirmation
confirmation message will appear stating the location of your MySQL installation.
See the 'Testing your MySQL Connection using Zend Studio', section, below, for more on connecting to the MySQL database.
Press F3 to finish and exit the installation process.
If you installed MySQL, you can use Zend Studio in order to test your MySQL connection and access your database.
See http://www.zend.com/en/products/studio/for-i5os for more on Zend Studio for i5/OS.
To test your MySQL connection:
Add SQL Server Dialog
See the Zend Studio for i5/OS User Guide for more information.
To uninstall MySQL:
1. Stop the ZMYSQL subsystem.
2. Delete ZMYSQL library.
3. Remove the /usr/local/mysql-5.0.45-i5os-power-64bit directory.
4. Remove the /usr/local//mysqldata directory.
5. Remove the /usr/local/mysql link.
See http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/installation-i5os.html for more information.