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Product documentation and publications

Knowledge Collection: IBM products Proactive e-mail

This knowledge collection contains links (URLs) to select IBM products Featured Documents. Each Featured Documents lists technical support documents and information that can help you get more value from your software. The content from each Proactive e-mail is moved into a product Featured Documents. Proactive e-mail are distributed quarterly.These documents reflect new trends and issues, represent the most requested technical documents as well as those identified as valuable in helping answer your question

Announcement letter for CICS Transaction Server for z/OS V4.1

CICS Transaction Server for z/OS (CICS TS) V4.1 general availability (GA) date was 26 June 2009. CICS TS V4.1 delivers support for event processing, Atom feeds, the CICS Explorer, and more. This document contains a list of the key enhancements, a link to the announcement letter, and additional ways that you can become familiar with the capabilities of CICS TS 4.1.

Announcement Letters for CICS Products

You want easy access to the Announcement Letters for CICS Transaction Server for z/OS (CICS TS) and CICS Tools.

Redpaper - Updating Rules for COBOL Generated Code to Use CICS Channels and Containers

IBM® WebSphere® ILOG Rules for COBOL generates a COBOL sub-program from the rules that have been externalized and managed in the ILOG Rules Repository. The externalization of business rules provides benefit to your business, as well as improves the efficiency of maintaining your COBOL applications. Corporations today continue to see value in running their core business applications on large-capacity mainframes. An organization's success depends largely upon its ability to respond quickly to today's complex, ever changing markets and regulatory climate.

Draft Redbooks - CICS Explorer

As a new comer into a CICS environment or as an experienced user moving roles CICS System Management can be a daunting challenge. Prior to the CICS Explorer™ , to perform each task could require the use of different disconnected interfaces. These applications were often ISPF based panels written to do a specific function, each of which required custom knowledge to operate and if the completion of a specific task crossed application boundaries, the user would have to switch back and forth between the applications each of which had its own commands and user interface.

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