How do you make AFP resources available?
AFP Download Plus can send all needed AFP resources with the print files. When this is used, the AFP resources do not need to be accessible to the Linux system. If AFP Download Plus is configured to not send all needed AFP resources or Download for z/OS is in use, the AFP resources needed for the jobs need to be accessible to theLinux system.
For jobs that require AFP resources located on the MVS system, you can use the Network File System (NFS) mount command to make MVS file systems containing resources accessible to the Linux system on which InfoPrint is running. Or you can have the resources located on theLinux system. You use the shell script mvsprsd.sh, supplied with InfoPrint in the /usr/lpp/pd/bin directory, to specify the location of the resources.
You can associate named media with the bins where they are loaded. By using Page Printer Formatting Aid (PPFA), you can create form definitions for your MVS jobs that contain MO:DCA medium maps that specify media names. For more information about how to create these form definitions, see the Page Printer Formatting Aid: User's Guide and Reference, S550-0801.