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Re:Re: [IDMSVENDOR-L] IUA Survey - Your participation Needed!

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Apr 18, 2005
Even happens when I exclude the =20 that was generated by the message


Chris Hoelscher
IDMS & DB2 Database Administrator
Humana Inc
502-580-2538
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Re: IUA Survey - URL APAR Needed!
"Terry and Bob,

That did the trick! Once I removed the 3D, I was able to answer the survey.
Thanks for your help.

Regards,
Petra


At 07:18 AM 4/19/2005, you wrote:
It seems an email translation error is causing an=20
superfluous 3D to be inserted before WEB224A9N9U9KZ
in the URL. If you have the 3D in the URL like so

http://www.zoomerang.com/survey.zgi?p=3D3DWEB224A9N9U9KZ

please remove the 3D and try the link again.=20
My apologies for any inconvenience.

Thanks,
Terry Schwartz



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Subject: Re: [IDMSVENDOR-L] IUA Survey - Your participation Needed!

Resending as HTML too see if it makes a difference....

Dear IDMS-L Readers,

In June the IUA will be conducting a strategic planning
meeting to chart the future of the IUA as an organization.
We cannot however, plan in a vacuum. As members of the
CA-IDMS community, we need your opinion on what is important
to you and your companies. We are asking that you invest a
few moments of your time to complete a survey. This survey
will provide valuable input into the future of how the
IUA serves you.

Thank you,
Terry Schwartz
IUA Vice Chair and Planning Commission Chair


The IUA member survey is found at:

http://www.zoomerang.com/survey.zgi?p=3DWEB224A9N9U9KZ


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Subject: Re: [IDMSVENDOR-L] IUA Survey - Your participation Needed!

Even happens when I exclude the =3D20 that was generated by the message


Chris Hoelscher
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Humana Inc
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Test 16.0 Apar TF24458
"Hi,



I have seen this test apar and wonder if a listee raised this issue? We
are just about to go to 16.0 and would like to know more about this fix.
From the ADS REFERENCE manual



When a dialog that issues a LINK NOSAVE command regains control from a

lower level dialog or program, its database currencies are set as

follows:



If the LINK command extends a run unit, the dialog's currencies

are passed back up to the dialog or program to which the linking

dialog passed control.



If the LINK command does not extend a run unit, the dialog's

database currencies are reinitialized to whatever they were when

the dialog gained control.



The test fix says that upgrading to 16.0 could bring 0306 abends in the
first case above IE extending a run unit should restore the currencies
back to the calling dialog.



Thanks



Chris Wood

Alberta Department of Energy

CANADA

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Intermittent task code
"The Systems Operations manual says this: ""DC/UCF tasks that will be
executed in intermittent mode must be defined to the host TP monitor and
to the DC/UCF system with an intermittent task code. Any number of
intermittent task codes can exist (for example, ADSG, DCMT, IDD, OLM).""

Can anyone explain to me what ""intermittent mode"" and ""intermittent task
code"" mean? They don't seem to mean the same thing as
psuedo-conversational. How do you define a task code as intermittent?
How do you tell if an existing task code is intermittent? Are ADS
applications intermittent? Help!

Kay Rozeboom
State of Iowa
Information Technology Enterprise
Department of Administrative Services
Telephone: 515.281.6139 Fax: 515.281.6137
Email: Kay.Rozeboom@Iowa.Gov

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Re: Intermittent task code
"Kay,

Section 5.2 of the System Operations manual has a good discussion of what
an intermittent mode task is all about. If you still have questions, give
me a call.

Bob

Bob Wiklund
Tiburon Technologies
wiklund@tiburontech.com
623 594-6022

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Re: Intermittent task code
" An intermittent task code is one which is started directly from the host
TP system, enters the IDMS back-end, executes, and then exits to the host TP
system.
Let's take an example of a CICS front end and IDD. I will not get into
how to create the CICS interface, but let's assume that your dedicated task
code in CICS is DBDC; in other words, you enter DBDC in CICS and you get the
""ENTER NEXT TASK CODE"" prompt.

NOTE: The dedicated task code is specified as part of your IDMSINTC
source macro.

In the CICS tables, transaction DBDC is defined to execute UCFCICS. You
could also define transaction IDD to execute UCFCICS. When you enter DBDC
in CICS, UCFCICS calls IDMSINTC and you are sent into the IDMS world.
If the CICS transaction is the dedicated task code (DBDC in my example),
you get the ""ENTER NEXT TASK CODE"" prompt and stay in IDMS until you execute
""BYE"".
If it's not the dedicated task code, then IDMS starts a task with the same
name as the CICS transaction - in this case IDD. When used in this way, IDD
becomes an intermittent task code. Once you leave IDD, you are back in
CICS, not IDMS.
If you enter IDD from the ""ENTER NEXT TASK CODE"" prompt, it is not an
intermittent task code. It can be used both ways in the same system.

Joe Lupico
IDMS System Support
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