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John.Dueckman
A new article has been published in "in-approval".    To sum it up... I don't get it...     You can find the article at I Don’t Get It – "in-approval" 
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Dana_Crawford
Hello, As of v18, the User Guide is now jammed with all sorts of User Doc that was previously nicely segregated. This idea is to split out PDM, Quick Edit, and Web Services content into separate documents.   Thank you for considering this idea....Dana
mcfle01
Hello Mainframe Communities Members!   As part of our ongoing mission to create useful products, the Artificial Intelligence User Experience (AIUX) team is conducting a brief survey on awareness of AI among CA Technologies customers.   The survey will take no more than 15 minutes to complete. All responses will remain anonymous and kept… (Show more)
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gwillibm
We are currently running CA-SYMDUMP BATCH V9R0M0 on ZOS V1.3.  We are upgrading to ZOS V2.2 in March 2019.  Will SYMDUMP BATCH V9.0.0 run on ZOS V2.2?.  If so are there any required PTFS for on SYMDUMP BATCH V9.0.0 to run on ZOS V2.2?    Gary Williams (Atos)
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Phon_Shuffitt
I have a need to be able to easily report the component information for the processor/group that was used in the Generate process after the element has moved to highest stage of the lifecycle.   Currently I capture that information in the Listing library when the element is moved from the last stage that a compile took place,  so in this case I…
Petr_Vacula
Incremental Release Delivery 11.0.08 PTFs have been published.   Summary of Changes in Version 11.0.08 CICS Transaction Server 5.5 The CA InterTest for CICS and CA SymDump for CICS products now support CICS Transaction Server 5.5.   For more information about these changes, see Release Information. The complete product documentation for…
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chockalingamn
Hi All, IS there automation tool available for migrating the code from SCLM to Endevor.
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Lenn Thompson
Clayton Donley Head of Security and Integration, Broadcom Inc. & Greg Lotko, SVP and GM, Mainframe Division, Broadcom Inc. sits down with John Furrier & Stu Miniman at IBM Think 2019 in San Francisco, CA.
Lenn Thompson
Click to view contentCA Brightside 2.0 is live! Our award-winning product is now more innovative than ever.    Jean-Louis Vignaud (vigje02), director of product management at CA Technologies, a Broadcom Company has written a technical blog post "From Zowe to Brightside and Beyond" about the history of CA Brightside and the announcement of 2.0.    Learn about CA… (Show more)
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Lenn Thompson
On behalf of CA Technologies, a Broadcom Company, we appreciate your business and the opportunity to provide you with high-quality, innovative software and services. As part of our ongoing commitment to customer success, we regularly release updated versions of our products. Today, we are pleased to announce that CA Brightside Version 2.0 is now…
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