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Cooperative Processing Using CICS

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ISBN-10: 0070361118

ISBN-13: 9780070361119

Edition: 1993

Authors: Rob K. Lamb

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For systems and applications developers, explains how to maximize cooperative client/server environments using IBM's family of transaction management software, Customer Information Control System. Draws on proven techniques and concepts for designing and maintaining applications that can be split across mainframe, workstation, and local area network systems. Acidic paper. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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List price: $45.00
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Binding: Hardcover
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.298

Acknowledgments
Introduction
The Evolution of Cooperative Processingp. 1
Client/Server Computingp. 1
Distributed Processingp. 1
Cooperative Processingp. 4
Historyp. 4
Why Cooperative Processing with CICS?p. 10
Basic CICS Functionalityp. 11
CICS Communicationsp. 19
Connectivity Options - CICS functionalityp. 20
Connectivityp. 72
3151 Terminal Supportp. 80
Physical LAN Configurationsp. 82
Choosing the Right Protocol (LU2, LU6.2 or NetBIOS?)p. 87
Data Conversionp. 92
Routing Services and Availabilityp. 97
Printing with CICS OS/2p. 102
Application Design
Considerations when Moving/Placing Programs and Datap. 108
Portability of Applications - Host/Workstationp. 111
Using Relational Databases on the Workstation with CICSp. 122
Recommended CICS OS/2 Configurationsp. 128
Performancep. 131
The Operating Systemp. 131
CICS OS/2p. 138
Communications Manager Tuningp. 147
Using LAN software with CICS OS/2p. 151
Sharing Resourcesp. 151
Code Accessed Via the Redirectorp. 154
Code Executing on the LAN Serverp. 157
Inter-program Communicationsp. 159
OS/2 Multitasking Conceptsp. 159
External Transaction Initiation (ETI)p. 161
External Call Interface (ECI)p. 162
Common User Access (CUA) Interfaces to CICSp. 171
Using Basic Mapping Support (BMS)p. 171
Presentation Manager - CICS Interfacesp. 173
Securityp. 185
CICS Security with LU2 Connectionsp. 185
LU6.2 Securityp. 186
Security when "Daisy-chaining" with CICS OS/2p. 189
Recovery/Integrityp. 191
CICS Start-upp. 193
Synchronization Levelsp. 193
Sync Level 1 Versus Sync Level 2p. 197
Cooperative Application Developmentp. 199
Developing the Applicationp. 199
Using Cross System Product (CSP) to Develop COBOL/CICS Codep. 205
Testing the Applicationp. 206
Transferring Data among CICS Platformsp. 209
Preparing for Productionp. 210
Systems Operationp. 213
Systems Managementp. 213
Problem Determinationp. 222
Using OS/2 Facilitiesp. 227
Performance Monitoringp. 236
Appendix A. CICS: A Strategic Productp. 243
Appendix B. CICS OS/2 and Host CICS Differencesp. 245
Appendix C. CICS Application Programming Using Cp. 249
Appendix D. Sourcesp. 255
Appendix E. Recent IBM Announcementsp. 259
Glossaryp. 265
Indexp. 277
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