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Java tool for System z trouble shooting and performance problems

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JinsightLive for IBM® System z™ is a visualization tool that allows you to interactively trace and visualize the execution of a Java™ program on z/OS® or Linux® on System z (zLinux). The Java application can be running in a variety of runtime environments including CICS® and WebSphere® Application Server. The power of this tool is the ability to see and drill down to the lowest levels of the application in a visual manner. The tool is now available as a toolkit , free of charge.

Redbooks: CICS Web Services Workload Management and Availability

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CICS® Web Services Workload Management and Availability was published on 31 March 2008. This IBM® Redbooks® publication contains the specific management requirements of Web services applications. It also shows how CICSPlex® SM can be used to manage these applications in an easy to use fashion.

Migration Issue for Custom CICS Listener Transactions

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There is a change in z/OS 1.9 which will affect any customer applications that use a custom listener transaction through the CICS Socket API. The code that locates the Listener Control Area (LCA) for the transaction will at least need to be recompiled using the updated EZACICA macro. If the transaction is deployed to run on multiple z/OS releases, additional code will need to be added to support both. [<b>Note:</b>] If the EZACIC02 module has been copied to another library from earlier rel

IMPACT 2008 is 6 April through 11 April in Las Vegas

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You can be among the first to get the hottest information on new technologies from business and technical experts from IBM®, analysts, and companies like yours who have implemented SOA™ solutions. 220 customer speakers will share their SOA experiences. From IT practitioners to senior business leaders, you will get more from this one conference that brings it all together.

PK58721 changes pipeline and Web support processing in CICS TS V3.1 and V3.2

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New Function (NF) APAR PK58721 adds support for a number of features that are required for non-SOAP HTTP usage. The APAR adds support to both CICS® Transaction Server for z/OS® (CICS TS) V3.1 and V3.2 pipeline processing. PK58721 closed on 12 March 2008.

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