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IBM Transaction Analysis Workbench for z/OS On-host Analysis

IBM Transaction Analysis Workbench for z/OS is an operations analytics tool for z/OS. You can use Workbench to analyze the behavior and performance of transactions on z/OS, including CICS, Db2, and…

From  1000003W0J 1000003W0J on September 15th, 2021

IBM Transaction Analysis Workbench for z/OS Operations analytics dashboards in Splunk and Elastic

IBM Transaction Analysis Workbench for z/OS is an operations analytics tool for z/OS. You can use Workbench to analyze the behavior and performance of transactions on z/OS, including CICS, Db2, and…

From  1000003W0J 1000003W0J on September 1st, 2021

IBM Transaction Analysis Workbench for z/OS - IMS-Db2 transaction problem analysis

IBM Transaction Analysis Workbench for z/OS is an operations analytics tool for z/OS. This video demonstrates using the Workbench ISPF dialog to analyze an IMS-Db2 transaction problem.

From  1000003W0J 1000003W0J on August 13th, 2021

IBM Transaction Analysis Workbench for z/OS Overview

IBM Transaction Analysis Workbench for z/OS is an operations analytics tool for z/OS. You can use Workbench to analyze the behavior and performance of transactions on z/OS, including CICS, Db2, and…

From  1000003W0J 1000003W0J on August 13th, 2021

Introducing IBM Information Management System (IMS)

This video gives a quick overview of IBM IMS: its main components (database and transaction manager) and IMS application processing.

From  5500031CVP 5500031CVP on February 18th, 2021

Unit 6, Section 24: IMS Connect and IMS TM tools

This video describes some of the tools that you can use with IMS Transaction Manager.

From  5500031CVP 5500031CVP on February 17th, 2021

Unit 6, Section 23: OTMA and OTMA Callable Interface

This video describes OTMA (Open Transaction Manager Access), which is a component of an IMS Control Region. OTMA provides an architected interface that permits it to communicate to devices through a…

From  5500031CVP 5500031CVP on February 17th, 2021

Unit 6, Section 22: Advanced Program-to-Program Communication (APPC)

This video describes Advanced Program-to-Program Communication (APPC), which is the IBM-proprietary SNA (Systems Network Architecture) implementation of client-server processing.

From  5500031CVP 5500031CVP on February 17th, 2021

Unit 6, Section 21: Conversational Processing

This video describes IMS processes and stores information from a conversation, which is defined as a dialog between a user at a terminal and IMS through a scratchpad area (SPA) and one or more…

From  5500031CVP 5500031CVP on February 17th, 2021

Unit 6, Section 20: Message Processing Calls

This video describes several DL/I function codes for IMS TM calls that have the same function code as IMS DB DL/I calls.

From  5500031CVP 5500031CVP on February 17th, 2021

Unit 6, Section 19: IMS GEN: Messaging Processing

This video describes how you use IMS generation to define all of transactions and programs to IMS.

From  5500031CVP 5500031CVP on February 17th, 2021

Unit 6, Section 18: Dynamic Transaction Backout

This video describes how dynamic transaction backout is invoked automatically when a program ABENDs (abnormally ends).

From  5500031CVP 5500031CVP on February 17th, 2021

Unit 6, Section 17: Scheduling Options: Preload of Selected Programs into Regions

This video describes how you can use the option to have the program already in the storage of the MPR region without needing it to be fetched from a load library.

From  5500031CVP 5500031CVP on February 17th, 2021

Unit 6, Section 16: Scheduling Options: Wait-for-Input (WFI) Transactions

This video describes how you can use the wait-for-input option, which results in dedicating an MPR to a single transaction-program so that it is always ready if a transaction arrives.

From  5500031CVP 5500031CVP on February 17th, 2021

Unit 6, Section 15: Scheduling Options: Parallel Scheduling with Load Balancing

This video describes how you can configure parallel scheduling to have the same program and transaction run in more than one dependent region at the same time.

From  5500031CVP 5500031CVP on February 17th, 2021

Unit 6, Section 14: COBOL Coding Example with Message Queue Limit Priority and PROCLIM

This video describes how a simple COBOL application might be coded as an MPR.

From  5500031CVP 5500031CVP on February 17th, 2021