In this IBMAr RedbooksAr publication, you will gain an appreciation of the IBM CICSAr Transaction Gateway (CICS TG) product suite, based on key criteria, such as capabilities, scalability, platform, CICS server support, application language support, and licensing model. Matching the requirements to available infrastructure and hardware choices requires an appreciation of the choices available. In this book, you will gain an understanding of those choices, and will be capable of choosing the appropriate CICS connection protocol, APIs for the applications, and security options. You will understand the services available to the application developer when using a chosen protocol. You will then learn about how to implement CICS TG solutions, taking advantage of the latest capabilities, such as IPIC connectivity, high availability, and Dynamic Server Selection. Specific scenarios illustrate the usage of CICS TG for IBM z/OSAr, and CICS TG for Multiplatforms, with CICS Transaction Server for z/OS and IBM WebSphereAr Application Server, including connections in CICS, configuring simple end-to-end connectivity (all platforms) with verification for remote and local mode applications, and adding security, XA support, and high availability.IBM Rational Application Developer includes CICS TG for Multiplatforms, licensed for application development and test purposes. ... classes from COBOL copybooks, enabling Java application developers to work intuitively with data structures originating from ... Each CICS TG product includes several runtime components that are supported on Multiplatforms. ... (Intel) Red Hat Enterprise Linux (Intel, POWER, and System z) Red Hat Enterprise Linux-compatible distributions (Intel) Redanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Complete Guide to CICS Transaction Gateway Volume 1 Configuration and Administration|
|Author||:||Rufus Credle, Sue Bayliss, Leigh Compton, Robert Jones, Manuela Mandelli, Richard Mercadante, IBM Redbooks|
|Publisher||:||IBM Redbooks - 2014-08-08|