DLTLICPGM will remove the licensed program. Obviously, if it is not
installed, there is no need to delete it.
I cannot say how IBM configures and ships your system. That is up to
you and your BP. But, if you do a GO LICPGM and do not see anything
that even hints of Zend (Core: 1ZCORE5 Zend Server:2ZSVRPI) then you are
clean and you can proceed to installing Zend Server.
Please install the latest group for HTTP and a CUME. Zend Server is
enabled via Fast CGI PTF's from IBM and WILL NOT install if you do not
have those PTF's on the system. Also, a little RTFM can go a long way!
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Mike and Michael;
Thanks for your response.
When you say licensed program I'm thinking your referring to the go
licpgm option 10, where I can see the installed products.
Should I be seeing 1ZCORE5 option *BASE there? It's not there, maybe
because operations hasn't installed it yet?
When you say delete the program, delete it from where, I haven't found
anything on the system I can relate to zcore.
Thanks for your help.
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