The CA MICS RMF component provides several batch-oriented reporting choices, also some MICS/MICF inquiry reporting capability as well, which can be used as substitute for IBM RMF post-processor (PGM=ERBRMFPP).
As you will find, the MICS-based RMF post-processor reports are generated much quicker, mostly since the RMF/SMF data has already been decoded, sorted and resides in the MICS/SAS database. Furthermore, the MICS-provided solution allows for summary-level reporting, in some instances. And the MICS-based solution provides for data-filtering not possible with the IBM RMF PP reporting utility, using the %LET SELECT = %QUOTE(* your filter code goes here; ); -- as documented.
Here's a simple example to generate the MICS-substitute RMF CPU report for prior date:
//STEP1 EXEC MICSSHRA <-- select your MICS RMF unit PROC
//SYSIN DD DISP=SHR,DSN=sharedprefix.MICS.INCLLIB(RMFRPTS)
//CONTROL DD *
%LET REPORTS = CPU;
%LET TSPAN = DETAIL;
%LET CYCLES = 01;
Refer to the MICS RMF component Guide, Chapter 3, for more information about this useful alternative, or view the MICF SHARED inquiry selection for RMF component prefix.