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The installation instructions for HostBridge indicate that the definitions in source member RDOAOR need to be installed only in an extended multiple region (EMRO) environment.  However, there are two definitions in that member that also need to be installed on any AOR that has HostBridge defined to it in a standard (not extended) MRO environment. 

Here are the two definitions:

DEFINE TYPETERM(HBRLU2)
GROUP(***HBAOR***)
DEVICE(LUTYPE2)
DESCRIPTION(Base Product 3270 Bridge template)
TERMMODEL(2)
SHIPPABLE(YES)
PAGESIZE(24,80)
AUTOPAGE(NO)
DEFSCREEN(24,80)
AUDIBLEALARM(YES)
COLOR(NO)
EXTENDEDDS(YES)
HILIGHT(NO)
QUERY(ALL)
SENDSIZE(1536)
RECEIVESIZE(256)
ERRLASTLINE(YES)
ERRINTENSIFY(YES)
ERRHILIGHT(NO)
UCTRAN(YES)
ATI(YES)
RELREQ(YES)
ROUTEDMSGS(ALL)
USERAREALEN(255)
IOAREALEN(256,4000)

DEFINE TERMINAL(HBRF)
GROUP(***HBAOR***)
DESCRIPTION(Base Product 3270 Bridge template)
AUTINSTMODEL(NO)
TYPETERM(HBRLU2)
NETNAME(HBRF)
PRINTERCOPY(NO)
ALTPRINTCOPY(NO)
TASKLIMIT(NO)
TERMPRIORITY(0)
INSERVICE(YES)
ATTACHSEC(LOCAL)
BINDSECURITY(NO)
USEDFLTUSER(NO)

A downloadable version of the definitions can be found here:  rdomro.txt 

When installing HostBridge using the provided JCL and source members, these two members will not be installed and will result in failure of HostBridge in the AORs that use it.  You must ensure that the TYPETERM and TERMINAL definitions above are defined to the AORs before attempting to use HostBridge.

All releases subsequent to 6.81 will have corrected JCL and source members to properly document and implement these definitions. 

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