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1.Now that the Namespace is created, we will now map the Global Mappings first and Routines Mappings second. Click on the Global Mappings link.



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2. Select the New Global Mapping button located at the top left to entering global mappings.



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3. After clicking the New Global Mapping button, the pop up window will appear, (see figure 11) Click, the Red Advanced link (see figure 11) after clicking this link more options will appear.



                                                               Figure 11


4. Add the following command strings to the Global Name field individually as well as the Global & Lock Database Locations. The %Z* Global Name option uses the Global Database Location and Lock Database Location option: VOS. (or your namespace name)

5. The TMP and UTLITIY Global Name option uses the Global Database Location and Lock Database Location option: CACHETEMP. After each entry, click the Apply button, at the bottom right, then the close button to continue.



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Global Names:

Global & Lock Database Locations:

1st global name ENTER:

%Z*

VOS

2nd global name ENTER:

TMP

CACHETEMP

3rd global name ENTER:

UTILITY

CACHETEMP

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6.After completing the mappings, click on the Save Changes link. You should have the following after saving. (See figure 14) Then click on Namespace link at the top of the page to return to the Mapping page.


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7. After the Global mappings are complete, return to the create new namespace page and select Routine Mappings link for your namespace
Current Path: [Home]>[configuration]>[Namespaces]

8. Click on Routine Mappings



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9. Click on New Routine Mapping



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10. After clicking New Routine Mapping, add the following values individually, then add the Data Location, the same name as the namespace name: %DT, %RCR, %XU*, %ZI*, %ZO*, %ZT*, %ZV*.*
Current Path: [Home]>[configuration]>[Namespaces]>[Routine Mappings]

Routine

Type

Data Location

%DT*

ALL

VOS

%RCR

ALL

VOS

%XU*

ALL

VOS

%ZI*

ALL

VOS

%ZO*

ALL

VOS

%ZT*

ALL

VOS

%ZV*

ALL

VOS

                  Figure 17


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11. After adding each entry, set the Routine database location to your namespace name, in the instance it is VOS.
Click Apply and then click Close to continue.





Once all Routine Mappings are completed, click Save Changes



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