CICS Transaction Server - What is the impact on my legacy applications? Training

Course #:WA1268

CICS Transaction Server - What is the impact on my legacy applications? Training

A technical overview of the changes introduced by CICS/TS V1.3 to V2.3 as compared to CICS/ESA V4.1. It concentrates on new functions and how these can be used to enhance and modernize the existing CICS V4.1 applications. The topics introduce Business Transaction Services, use of SYSPLEX facilities, Java support and various ways of connecting CICS applications with WEB users.

Topics

  • Transaction Server - Summary of Changes introduced in TS V1.3 to TS V2.2
  • The CICS Log Manager - Impact on applications
  • The CICS Recovery Manager - Impact on applications
  • File Control Enhancements - Impact on Applications
  • Temporary Storage Enhancements - Impact on Applications
  • New CICS/DB2 Attachment Facility
  • 3270 Bridge - Impact on Applications
  • CICS Web Interface - CWI
    • CWI Mechanism
    • 3270 Vs LINK interface
    • EXEC CICS API for the CWI and HTML templates
  • CICS Transaction Gateway – CTG
    • ECI/EPI/EXCI Connections to CICS
  • Java support
  • CORBA and SOAP support
  • CICS Business Transaction Services - BTS
    • Process, Activities,Containers,Timers and Events
    • Support for existing code
  • Miscellaneous Enhancements

What you will learn

After completing this course, the student should be able to:

  • Understand the new CICS/TS facilities
  • Understand how the new facilities can be used to enhance/modernize the legacy applications
  • Understand how to access CICS applications from other subsystems

Audience

End users, managers, system architects, application programmers and analysts that need to understand the impact and the potential benefits of the new functions in Transaction Server.

Prerequisites

Basic understanding of CICS/ESA V4.1 application programming issues.

Duration

One days.

Outline of CICS Transaction Server - What is the impact on my legacy applications? Training

No detailed outline is available at this time.

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