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1988 Index of Articles

January 1988

t8801001.txt Installing a Security System

t8801002.txt
MVS/XA 2.2.0

t8801003.txt
Data Security: Hits and Myths

t8801004.txt
Learning Lessons of Disaster Recovery

t8801005.txt
Dial-up With SNA

t8801006.txt
MVS System Maintenance

t8801007.txt
Controlling Security


February 1988

t8802001.txt VSAM: The ESDS Cluster

t8802002.txt
A New Twist With GDDM

t8802003.txt
A Biased Perspective

t8802004.txt
SMF: The System Measurement Facility

t8802005.txt
Nobody's Perfect

t8802006.txt
Job Scheduling and Resource Management

t8802007.txt
The Systems Programmer's View

t8802008.txt
Job Scheduling: A Few Words From the Editor

t8802009.txt
Interfaces Between CICS and DB2

t8802010.txt
Job Scheduling in the VM Environment

t8802011.txt
What's Ahead for Automated Job Scheduling

t8802012.txt
The Basics of Data Communication

t8802013.txt
The User's View

t8802014.txt
Execution Scheduling Processor


March 1988

t8803001.txt What Does Cache Really Do?

t8803002.txt
The Basics of Data Communications

t8803003.txt
CASE for the Project Manager

t8803004.txt
DASD: The Challenge for VM

t8803005.txt
Measuring Performance of the Cache Controller

t8803006.txt
Documenting Software Installation

t8803007.txt
Setting Up a Secondary JES2 Subsystem

t8803008.txt
An Introduction to Alternate JES2 Subsystems

t8803009.txt
Relative Track Addressing

t8803010.txt
Storage Management

t8803011.txt
The Cache Controller

t8803012.txt
System Managed Storage

t8803013.txt
Capturing SMF Data

TOP


April 1988

t8804001.txt Network Performance and Tuning

t8804002.txt
Application Development With VM, REXX and XMENV/E

t8804003.txt
TSO Simulated 3270 Command Processor

t8804004.txt
X.25 NPSI/NCP Buffer Management

t8804005.txt
Understanding Network Management

t8804006.txt
Writing a VTAM Application

t8804007.txt
An Overview of VM

t8804008.txt
The Support Center and You

t8804009.txt
RMF Performance Tracking Via TSO/ISPF Dialog Management

t8804010.txt
Neural Networks: An Introduction

t8804011.txt
VM Disaster Recovery

t8804012.txt
Understanding Line Management

t8804013.txt
A Heuristic Approach to CICS Capacity Planning

t8804014.txt
CICS Sequential Terminals

t8804015.txt
Network Monitoring Issues

t8804016.txt
Network Monitoring Issues by Luis Motles and William Conner


May 1988

t8805001.txt Writing MPF Exits

t8805002.txt
Virtual Storage Considerations With CICS

t8805003.txt
IMS Log Management Using DBRC

t8805004.txt
Choosing the Type of Circuit to Meet You

t8805005.txt
Unattended Operations

t8805006.txt
Message Processing Facility

t8805007.txt
Printed Output and Production Verification

t8805008.txt
TPX Helps Winter Olympics

t8805009.txt
Apples and Oranges

t8805010.txt
The Future of Technology

t8805011.txt
Unattended Data Center Operations Become Reality

t8805012.txt
Automated Operations Are Necessary


June 1988

t8806001.txt Systems Application Architecture

t8806002.txt
The Ascent of Solid-State Mass Storage

t8806003.txt
Modems: Inside and Out

t8806004.txt
Keeping MVS Available for Critical Applications

t8806005.txt
Converting to MVS On-Time and Under Budget

t8806006.txt
A Tour Through the MVS Subsystem Interface

t8806007.txt
Monitoring VM -- Among Others

t8806008.txt
CICS 1.7 Auto-Install

t8806009.txt
Frames to Capture Knowledge

t8806010.txt
Software Development: Estimating for the Project Mgr.

t8806011.txt
Writing Channel Programs and Command Chaining

t8806012.txt
The Narrowing Batch Processing Window

t8806013.txt
The Software Computer Operator


July 1988

t8807001.txt Migrating to a Dual CPU Environment

t8807002.txt
Penetration and Integrity

t8807003.txt
A Practical Approach to Storage Management

t8807004.txt
The Virtual Storage Manager

t8807005.txt
Expanding the Network: Part I

t8807006.txt
CICS Under VM

t8807007.txt
Solutions to the IBM/Non-IBM Language Barrier

t8807008.txt
Staffing Guidelines for Managers

t8807009.txt
Making CICS Better and Faster

t8807010.txt
Distributed Data Processing


August 1988

t8808001.txt How to Make Enemies in MIS Through Capacity

t8808002.txt
Expanding the Network: Part II

t8808003.txt
DMS/OS Security Considerations

t8808004.txt
Macro-Level Capacity Planning

t8808005.txt
Tapping a Resource

t8808006.txt
NET Release 2: An Installation Experience

t8808007.txt
The MVS SRM Part I: Understanding Service Units

t8808008.txt
Dynamic ISPF Libraries Specification

t8808009.txt
Capacity Planning Comes of Age

t8808010.txt
IDMS Transaction Statistics Reporting Via RMF

t8808011.txt
Essentials of Business Element Forecasting

t8808012.txt
DB2 Access Path Selection

t8808013.txt
VM/CMS Performance Gains

t8808014.txt
How to Do Capacity Planning When You Really Can't

t8808015.txt
Modeling: The Key to Effective Capacity Planning


September 1988

t8809001.txt Network Control: Or When the Chips Are Down

t8809002.txt
RMF Version 3 Release 4 Set Up Guide

t8809003.txt
Appraisal Time: Be Prepared

t8809004.txt
Covering Your Assets: RACF Profiles

t8809005.txt
Implementing Unattended Computer Operations

t8809006.txt
Change Management: Past, Present and Future

t8809007.txt
Selecting a CICS Performance Monitor

t8809008.txt
Disaster Recovery of DB2 Tablespaces

t8809009.txt
A Beginner's Guide to SVC Dumps

t8809010.txt
Face-Off

t8809011.txt
DPRTY Options

t8809012.txt
Software Configuration Management

t8809013.txt
Change Management Via TSO/ISPF Dialogs

t8809014.txt
Managing the Program Update Cycle

t8809015.txt
Intelligent Databases

t8809016.txt
Applications in VM: Realtime Process Control

t8809017.txt
Unraveling the Mystery of Common Storage


October 1988

t8810001.txt Object-Oriented Systems

t8810002.txt
Program Packaging With SMP/E

t8810003.txt
Monitoring DB2 Performance

t8810004.txt
IBM's CBIPO Is a Productivity Tool

t8810005.txt
How to Use VSE POWER Job Accounting Records

t8810006.txt
The Resurrection of VTAM

t8810007.txt
Interactive Testing and Debugging

t8810008.txt
So, You Want to Sort Online?

t8810009.txt
SYSOUT Report Archival and Retrieval

t8810010.txt
Better Capacity Planning: Part II

t8810011.txt
Dictionary-Driven Application Development

t8810012.txt
You Can Have Both Security and Flexibility

t8810013.txt
Users Know Best: A VM Vendor's Perspective

t8810014.txt
XDC: How I Found Happiness Debugging Assembler Code

t8810015.txt
Where's the Logic in Logic Programming?

t8810016.txt
The Computerization of Facsimile

t8810017.txt
VM Spooling: The End Around Trick

t8810018.txt
PC-Based Emulation of the Mainframe Environment

t8810019.txt
MVS SRM Part II: Assigning Performance Groups

t8810020.txt
Test Tools for the MVS Mainframe Environment


November 1988

t8811001.txt DASD Tuning in VM

t8811002.txt
Improving VM Performance Using Software Cache

t8811003.txt
The MVS SRM Part III: Dispatching and Priority

t8811004.txt
A Look at IPL Text for IBM Mainframes

t8811005.txt
System Dump Inventory System at Motorola, Inc.

t8811006.txt
ACF2 User Exit and Utility Program Development

t8811007.txt
Sharing the SYSRES Volume Between Mainframes

t8811008.txt
Pinpointing DB2 Performance Problems

t8811009.txt
VTOC Management

t8811010.txt
Effective DASD Performance Management

t8811011.txt
Console Automation

t8811012.txt
Database Control: DL/1 Monitors

t8811013.txt
The Role of the Data Dictionary in Application Dev.

t8811014.txt
Opening/Closing CICS Files Via Batch JCL

t8811015.txt
VM DASD Layout for Improved Performance

t8811016.txt
DASD Advisor: An Expert System for I/O

t8811017.txt
Integrated Support Environments for System Programmers

t8811018.txt
Memory Dumps in the MVS World


December 1988

t8812001.txt Toward a Paperless Society

t8812002.txt
Report Distribution Systems: Manufacturing

t8812003.txt
Report Distribution Systems: What Can They Do For You?

t8812004.txt
Building Change Control

t8812005.txt
Sharing DASD Under VM

t8812006.txt
The MVS SRM Part III: Rotate and Time Slice

t8812007.txt
Meeting Increase DASD Space Demands

t8812008.txt
Intelligent Database Communications

t8812009.txt
Session Managers Can Enhance DP Shop Productivity

t8812010.txt
A Programmer's Garden of Data Compression

t8812011.txt
Evaluation of Data Compression Software

t8812012.txt
Testing Criteria for Data Compression Software

t8812013.txt
Efficient Data Compression With Shrink

t8812014.txt
SMP De-Mystified

t8812015.txt
Data Center Automation: The Batch Component

t8812016.txt
CBPDO: A Fast Way to Obtain Service

t8812017.txt
Automated Console Response Systems

t8812018.txt
The Columbo School of Expert Systems

t8812019.txt
Better Capacity Planning Part III: Predictions

t8812020.txt
The Libtrac Solution

t8812022.txt
Reducing the Operations Budget

t8812023.txt
The Future of VM: Performance Issues