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Parallel development notifications for IDMS/ADSO

Because of the close integration of AbitMORE SCM for IDMS/ADSO with ChangeMan ZMF, various parallel development features included in ChangeMan ZMF automagically become available for IDMS/ Read more »

Source-to-load relationships for IDMS/ADSO

To complete the checkin request for an IDMS/ADSO component, ChangeMan ZMF will submit a batch job. Read more »

Bill of material to audit IDMS/ADSO components

The batch job that ChangeMan ZMF submits at the end of a checkin request for an IDMS/ADSO component, performs all sorts of processing to prepare for the migration of the IDMS/ADSO component to test Read more »

ChangeMan ZMF package with IDMS/ADSO components

After the checkin of one or more IDMS/ADSO components in ChangeMan ZMF completed, they show up in the package content list as illustrated in the screen-print below (via the component names and type Read more »

Component attributes and processing options

To checkin and stage IDMS/ADSO components in ChangeMan ZMF, an IDMS/ADSO developer uses the traditional ChangeMan ZMF features available to do so. Typically using the CMNSTG04 panel for that. Read more »

Does ASI store loads in IDD or in PDSs ?

For ADSO executables, AbitMORE ® SCM for IDMS/ADSO (ASI for short) offers an administrator choice about where to store ADSO executables: either in IDD load areas, or in regular PDS members. Read more »

Does ASI require any regenerates to start using it?

The ADSO environments (like IDMS subsystems) and data sets (like executables stored in PDSs) to be managed by AbitMORE ® SCM for IDMS/ADSO (ASI for short), are populated from the existing pre-ASI Read more »

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by Dr. Radut