Page last updated on May 16, 2018
To download a copy of iEventMonitor for a FREE TRIAL, select the software download link below.
This will transfer an iso CD image file to your PC. You should also download the user's manual. Once
you have downloaded the software and manual, follow the instructions shown below.
We recommend that you print this page to have a hardcopy checklist for the installation
CLICK HERE for iEventMonitor software download.
After downloading the software, download the user's guide. It is in Adobe Acrobat format. If
you do not have the Acrobat Reader, click on the icon below to get your free copy from Adobe:
iEventMonitor User's Guide - Release 3.06 in Adobe Acrobat
Prior Release Manuals:
iEventMonitor User's Guide - Release 2.11 in Adobe Acrobat
To get your free copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader,
Internet Install Instructions
Note: If you prefer installing the software from a hard CD, most CD burner software will
allow you to burn a CD from the downloaded ISO CD image file. If you want to take this route,
refer to the install instructions in the user's guide.
To install iEventMonitor on your system from the iEventMonitor_CD_Image_306.iso file you received via E-mail or
Website Download, please follow these exact instructions. Please note that these instructions
can be used whether you are installing iEventMonitor for the very first time or if you are upgrading
an existing iEventMonitor installation.
If you are upgrading iEventMonitor from any level of Release 1 to Release 2 or higher, you should be aware that the new
software release includes enhanced security controls over the use of the software. Immediately after installing the
upgrade, go to the INSTALL menu in library IEMLIB and run option #8. This will display the user profiles for users
who are authorized to use the software. If you want to grant access to any user profiles that are not on the list,
take this action now before you resume using the software. Consult the applicable section of the new user's guide
for more details.
Also for customers upgrading from Release 1 to Release 2 or higher, you should be aware that the STRWCHJQ command that
is used to start a Job Queue Watch Task has been changed and now includes a new, required parameter of WNAME. For most
instances, you can just code this with the same value that you are already using for the JOBQ parameter. If you have the
STRWCHJQ command built into an automatic startup CL program, it could fail unless to address this issue.
Note For Customers Upgrading from Release 2
If you had iEventMonitor Release 2.01 or later installed and you are using the Watch Task feature with the Autostart option,
this note applies to you. If you are not using this feature, you can skip the rest of this section.
Release 3 has re-engineered the way that Autostarts work in iEventMonitor. As a result of this, the AUTOSTART parameter
on the STRIEMWAT and ENDIEMWAT commands has been removed. If you implemented these commands in any of your own CL programs,
such as in the QSTRUP program, you will need to update your program to remove the AUTOSTART parameter.
Also, the STRWATCH and ENDWATCH commands have now been removed from the product. They are replaced with the STRIEM and
ENDIEM commands. If you are using the STRWATCH or ENDWATCH commands, replacing it with the STRIEM or ENDIEM commands
should also be done.
iEventMonitor Release 3 can only be used on systems with the IBM i/OS release level of 6.1 or higher
installed. If you are running on an older release, you will not be able to install the new release of iEventMonitor.
During the install processing, a document called "Additional Documentation Topics" will print.
This includes the latest system changes and documentation since the last time the user manual
- Sign on to your IBM i from a PC that is configured for iSeries Access. You must sign
on using the special IBM-supplied user profile QSECOFR. Make sure that your session is the only one
that is signed on as QSECOFR during this process.
- Check the following system values. They should be set as indicated here. If they are not, note the
current settings then change them to these settings:
QALWOBJRST - *ALL
QVFYOBJRST - value 3 or lower
QFRCCVNRST - value 0
Note: If you have to change any of these system values, make note of the original setting and make sure
that you set them back to the original setting immediately following this installation process.
- If you are upgrading an existing iEventMonitor installation, make sure that you end all iEventMonitor
processes, especially the active monitor functions. Also, make sure that no iEventMonitor menus are active with
any display sessions.
- Run the following command to create an IFS folder to hold the CD image file:
- Run the following command to create a virtual optical device:
CRTDEVOPT DEVD(OPTVKISCO) RSRCNAME(*VRT) TYPE(632B)
- Run the following command to create an image catalog:
CRTIMGCLG IMGCLG(KISCOCAT) DIR(kiscocd)
- From your PC, create a folder on your desktop named TEMP and move the iEventMonitor_CD_Image_306.iso
file into it.
- From your desktop, click on the iSeries Navigator. When it opens, all operations here
will take place on the right side of the display box. Click on the following sequence of items
Now drag and drop the file from the TEMP folder on your PC desktop into the right-hand box
of the iSeries Navigator display. This will transfer these files into the folder.
- Your System i location
- File Systems (Note: if this does not appear, you will have to install additional iSeries Access
functions on your PC to complete this procedure.)
- Integrated File System
- Now go back to the command line and run the following command to load the file into the
Note: If you have installed other Kisco software or previous versions of iEventMonitor, you will need to
make sure that the current iEventMonitor CD Image is the only one now active on your system. Use the WRKIMGCLG
command and check the Image Catalog named KISCOCAT to make sure there is only one entry posted.
- From the command line, run the following command to load the image catalog entry:
- From the command line, run the following command to ready the virtual optical device:
VRYCFG CFGOBJ(OPTVKISCO) CFGTYPE(*DEV) STATUS(*ON)
- From the command line, run the following command to load the image catalog:
LODIMGCLG IMGCLG(KISCOCAT) DEV(OPTVKISCO)
- From the command line, run the install process with the following command:
This will install the software on your system for your thirty day trial period.
- If you have just installed iEventMonitor as an upgrade, go to the INSTALL menu in library IEMLIB and run
option #3. Check the installation status shown at the center of the screen to make sure that it still shows
that the software is permanently installed. If you see any other status, contact Kisco Information Systems
as the software will not function correctly until this is corrected.
When you have completed your evaluation of iEventMonitor, you may purchase a permanent
installation copy by contacting us and arranging payment.
If you have just completed installing an upgrade of your already active license for
iEventMonitor, please contact Kisco and advise them that you have updated to a new
release level. Let us know
the specific version that you have just installed so we can keep our records current about
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