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MATTER OF FACT SOFTWARE Launch CICS JS/SERVER version 1 release 0

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Today MATTER OF FACT SOFTWARE announce the launch of CICS JS/Server Version 1 Release 0.

Modern business applications demand user interfaces with sophisticated features. Many such features are provided by web browsers that communicate with server technology to access corporate data and drive business processes. In many large corporations, the server of choice with which the browser communicates is the IBM mainframe.

Javascript tools such as Dojo have enabled the rapid development of browser based user interface functions. The Dojo toolkit itself has to be served to the browser and it is sensible to retain control over what is served up to the browser as part of a corporate business application. The CICS JS/Server allows the Dojo Javascript toolkit to be installed and controlled on the mainframe from well understood mainframe PDS datasets.

A Follow up poll to "Do you Telecommute? "

Almost 4 years ago we ran a poll on telecommuting. Due to some interest in the subject I decided to do a followup poll for comparison.
This is a multiple choice poll, thus you can select more than one option.

The previous poll allowed for "write-in" choices (user added choices), this poll will not allow for that.

Previous poll : LINK

Choices

And we are back!

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After a longer delay than I planned on, the site is back up and running on the new host.

Thank you for your patience.

SITE AVAILABILITY.

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I will be moving CICSWorld to a different host.

This means that the site will be down until Monday February 27th.

Thank You.

Announcement letter for CICS Transaction Server for z/OS Developer Trial 4.2

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General Availability of CICS Transaction Server for z/OS (CICS TS) Developer Trial V4.2 was 27 January 2012. CICS TS Developer Trial V4.2 delivers a 'try-before-you-buy' edition of CICS TS. It can be used to evaluate, in non-production environments, the value that could be gained from a CICS TS upgrade, prior to committing time and resources to a production upgrade project.

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