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CMS-XML SMP/E Installers: IEW2606S with RC=12 Installing DA 5.7.3 using COBOL 5.1 and higher
Ensure the dataset defined by the SYSLMOD is a PDSE (TYPE=LIBRARY) in the following members: Member ES73I001 '(DA-Base ) Build execution libraries' in dataset da.INSTALL //*------ S020 ------ Build the product execution libraries ------
CMS-XML COBOL V5.1 in ChangeMan ZMF
If you are implementing COBOL V5.1 in a ZMF release prior to V7.1.2.01, contact Serena Customer Support. Please also note that the Target Load Library for COBOL 5.1 binder output must be defined as a PDSE .
CMS-XML Enterprise Cobol V3.3 support (both batch and CICS)
Enterprise Cobol V3.3 support (both batch and CICS)
CMS-XML ZMF 6.1.1 XML ‘Green’ COBOL Copybooks and Model Skeletons
ZMF 6.1.1 XML ‘Green’ COBOL Copybooks and Model Skeletons
CMS-XML U4093 with DA 5.7.3 Installation using COBOL v5.1 and higher
U4093 with DA 5.7.3 Installation using COBOL v5.1 and higher
CMS-XML HISTORY against cobol 6.1 module gets: 5655EC6-*Unknown V06 M01
HISTORY against cobol 6.1 module gets: 5655EC6-*Unknown V06 M01
CMS-XML ZMF 5.6.1.03: Potential loop in CMNWRITE when COBOL programs contain comment lines within COPY statements.
ZMF 5.6.1.03: Potential loop in CMNWRITE when COBOL programs contain comment lines within COPY statements.
MS-WORD ENH273983 how to optimize Cobol XML.docx
SERXMLCC is a general purpose program designed to send and receive XML requests and parse the results into a finite COBOL data structure. Each XML service is shipped as a COBOL copybook. Note that the copybooks, as shipped, define all service combinations and all possible input and output XML.
CMS-XML Maximising performance and capacity of SERXMLCC-based XML Service requests
The ChangeMan ZMF 8.1.3 release includes an enhancement request (ENH273983) which provides an alternative, file-based mechanism that can be used when processing XML Service results requested/returned via the COBOL , SERXMLCC interface (DD statement CCXMLOUT). Attached to this KB article is a document containing information and samples related to this alternative mechanism along with other recommendations for ensuring the optimum performance of SERXMLCC-based processing.
TEXT ReadmeVM.txt
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 WHAT'S NEW IN THE VERSION MANAGER 6.6.10 RELEASE 1.1 Installs Two New Development Interfaces 1.2 Support for Windows 2000 (Professional and Server) and Solaris 8 1.3 Enhanced Merge and Difference Listing for COBOL Masking 1.4 Easy Selection of Archives in Long Lists 2.0 WHAT'S NEW IN THE VERSION MANAGER 6.6 RELEASE
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