|DESCRIPTION OF ENHANCEMENTS
This Kernel patch is dependent on MailMan patch XM*7.1*24. Both
during the install process.
-KIDS now creates Packman messages in a format that MailMan can
-Two options, 'Recover deleted option set' [XQOOREDO] and 'Toggle
options/protocols on and off' [XQOOTOG] are now under 'Out-Of-Order
Set Management' menu.
-Corrects undefined error when 'Compare Transport Global to Current System'
option is queued. NOIS OKL-0296-70233 and LAS-0396-60110
-When a link to Package file doesn't exist during the load process, the
Install file wasn't being updated with a new link during the install
patches must be installed at the same time. This patch contains the
process. This is now corrected.
-The install process will display a message for each CPU it updates. It
use to only display a message for the first one.
This patch can be installed with users on the system, no user should be
using KIDS during the install of this patch. MSM sites must manually move
the routine XPDIJ to their other CPUs. KIDS cannot automatically move this
routine for you.
1. These routines are usually mapped on systems that allow mapping,
so you will need to disable mapping for the effected routines.
2. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu. This
option will load the KIDS package onto your system.
3. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport global.
4. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the option
'Verify Checksum in Transport Global' and verify that all routines
have the correct checksums.
5. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the option
'Backup a Transport Global' to make a backup copy of the old
routines being brought in by this patch.
6. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the option
'Install Package(s)'. Select the package 'XU*8.0*21' and proceed
7. MSM Sites - Answer YES to the question 'Want to MOVE routines to
8. MSM Sites - D ^%RCOPY to move the routine XPDIJ to your other
-KIDS will disable Protocols during the install process. This
9. AXP Sites, after patch has installed, rebuild your map set.
The second line of the routine now looks like:
;;8.0;KERNEL;**[patch list]**;Jul 10, 1995
Name Checksum Patch List
functionality was removed in patch XU*8.0*10.
XPDCOM 2299089 21
XPDDI 7062234 21
XPDDP 12102989 21
XPDE 13757383 2,15,21
XPDI 16025869 10,21
XPDIA 10483361 10,15,21
XPDIJ 17914806 2,21
XPDIP 8712983 15,21
XPDIPM 1775672 21
XPDIQ 6662686 21
-KIDS will not disable Options or Protocols which have an Action of
XPDMENU 1821149 21
XPDTC 11632956 10,15,21
XPDTP 2309897 21
XPDUTL 2331761 21
XQOO 20281727 10,21
XQOO1 14241374 10,21
'Toggle options/protocols on and off' Option name: XQOOTOG
'USE AS LINK FOR MENU ITEMS'.
This option is used to write or remove Out-Of-Order messages from
individual options or protocols.
'Recover deleted option set' Option name: XQOOREDO
This option will recover an option set that has been deleted from ^XTMP
by looping through the Option and Protocol Files to find all that have
a particular Out-of-order message. It rebuilds the option set in ^XTMP.
-Two new functions, $$PRODE^XPDUTL and $$OPTDE^XPDUTL, can be called
These two functions can be called in a Pre-Init or Post-Init routine to
disable or enable an Option or Protocol.
$$PRODE^XPDUTL(name,action) ;Disable/Enable a Protocol
name=Protocol Name, action= 1-enable, 0-disable
returns: 1-success, 0-failure
$$OPTDE^XPDUTL(name,action) ;Disable/Enable an Option
name=Option Name, action= 1-enable, 0-disable
returns: 1-success, 0-failure