|Flag (1/0) that drops database indexes to improve verification and IMS Analysis performance.
|Flag (1/0) that launches the Queue Processor to improve verification performance.
|Time in minutes to wait for Queue Processor to respond.
|Main log file for a BRP run.
|Path where BRP is installed. This is specified in the BRP initialization file. BRP will derive the path values for the six
BRP folders (PreparedSources,
Working) based off this path if they are not specified in the initialization file.
|Path where sources coming into BRP start off. In cases where a utility is in place to handle getting the sources off a server
or mainframe this is the location where those sources are copied to.
|Path to the folder where all log files are written to. Other resource files created during a BRP run are also written here
including all PCF files, file extension data file and all generated user exit batch files.
|Path to the install folder for
|Folder where sources reside for updating to the workspace. Sources will actually be in a subfolder that is named with the
BRP timestamp and not the
Staging folder directly. This is also where the majority of source pre-processing utilities will look for inputs and write outputs.
|Path to directory that contains all the executables the BRP will need along with extra resource files and the static user
exit batch files.
|Folder user exit utilities should use for any work they need to perform.
|Path to the target workspace.
|File containing the file extension definitions for the target workspace.
|Text file containing the timestamp of the last BRP run that completed execution.
|File that lists any files that should be excluded from obsolete processing. Typically this includes files generated by
EA (ex. DASDL copybooks), but is often used for client-specific sources as well.
|Must be set to
|Flag (1/0) that will increase the amount of messaging written to the main BRP log. Typically this is always set to 1.
|The timestamp value of the last BRP run that completed execution.
|Flag (1/0) that turns obsolete processing on or off. When it is turned on the incoming set of files will be compared against
the set of file currently in the target workspace. Any files currently in the workspace, but not in the incoming set of files
will be moved to an obsolete project (named in the
|Name of a project where obsolete sources will be moved to.
|Documentation parameter that is set in the BRP initialization file. The value here will be written to the beginning of the
main BRP log file. It is used mainly for support purposes to ensure that initialization and log files produced by a client