It is possible for one CICS system to access any resource defined on another CICS system. This section describes the steps you need to take in order to access remote resources, and how to allow remote CICS terminals to access resources in your CICS system.
Defining remote resources
Defining remote terminals
Remote terminals may be defined as described for remote resources. However, it is also possible to define local TCTs as being “shippable”. This permits the local terminal definition to be shipped to the remote system when and if required, without having to have an explicit TCT definition for the terminal on the remote system.
Example TCT definitions for remote and shippable terminals
Figure shows an example definition for terminal SUR1.
Example TCT entry for a remote terminal
Figure shows an example definition for terminal SHP1.
Example TCT entry for a shippable terminal
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