• CICS/TS 3.2 for application programmers

    The newest release of CICS Transaction Server, 3.2, impresses CICS expert Robert Crawford with new web features and enhancements for VSAM-based applications.

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  • Most important precautions when upgrading COBOL and CICS

    Are you missing the most important precautions when upgrading COBOL and CICS? Search390.com experts Jim Schesvold and Tom Ross will outline the necessary steps to ensure your upgrade goes smoothly.

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  • CICS performance and design questions and answers, part 3

    Robert Crawford answers more of your questions on CICS application performance.

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  • Control CICS and CPSM with IBM Rexx interface

    The Rexx Library interface to CPSM is strange but powerful. It gives CICSPlex the functionality that allows enterprises to control CICS and CPSM both from TSO and batch.

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  • CICS program list tables: PLTPI and PLTSD programs

    CICS expert Robert Crawford describes the two types of program list tables (PLT)

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  • CICSPlex System Manager basics

    In this brief overview of CPSM, CICS expert Robert Crawford describes the risks and rewards of using it for system management, automation and workload management.

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  • Share mainframe users upgrade to z/VM 5.2 and CICS 3.1

    Share users at this week's conference presented stories of upgrading to new versions of z/VM 5.2 and CICS 3.1.

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  • How is CICS prepared for future IT market demands?

    In honor of the 40th anniversary of CICS, mainframe expert Robert Crawford discusses the CICS features he believes position it to handle the future demands of mainframe computing and the IT market.

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  • CICS statistics records

    CICS statistic records are a rich source of performance information. They differ from CICS Management Facility (CMF) performance records in that they do not track individual transaction activity.

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  • Use CICS Management Facility for record compression

    Using CICS Management Facility for compressing CICS records can save CPU and DASD.

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