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It's about to become easier to manage your CICS applications!

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Are you responsible for the support of CICS based business applications?

Does the following sound familiar?

When service problems arise, typically a call will be made to the technicians and front-line support staff with responsibility for service provision. They are usually informed that a problem exist for.....application X. That is to say the local name of a business application.

PREVIEW: CICS Transaction Server for z/OS V4.1

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CICS® Transaction Server (CICS TS) V4.1 will deliver important new function to help businesses meet the demands of increased regulatory scrutiny, address changing demographics, and position themselves to take advantage of new growth opportunities. New function includes:

Non-invasive detection and emission of business events from within CICS applications will provide insight into business behavior.
Atom feeds and RESTful APIs will enable existing CICS applications to participate in mashups and similar Web 2.0 development styles.

CICS Web Service

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I am on the process of creating a CICS Transaction Web Service using J2C. Hoping someone can help me about implementing it in easy way.

Daylight Saving Time changes effect on CICS Transaction Server

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Daylight Saving Time changes effect on CICS Transaction Server

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For many countries Daylight Saving Time (DST) changes the last Sunday in October or the first Sunday in November. You would like to understand the impact that the DST time change has on CICS® Transaction Server. You would also like to know when DST will begin and end in your country, and the action that you will need to take.

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CICS VSAM Recovery for z/OS

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CICS VSAM Recovery recovers CICS and batch VSAM data following physical or logical corruption

CICS VSAM Recovery V4.3 can quickly recover CICS and batch VSAM data after physical or logical corruption, improving CICS availability, and with reducing compliance risks.

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