Topics on Version 7 of IBM Rational Developer for System z and IBM WebSphere Developer for System z
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 02 February 2009
IBM Form #: SG24-7482-00
Authors: Reginaldo Barosa, Surya Kumar Bose, Scott Davis, Jeremy Hamilton, Joachim Kaltenbach, David Lawrence, Veronique Quiblier, Zhenhua (Eric) Shen, Marc Terwagne, Kenichi Yoshimura,
IBM® Rational® Developer for System z® speeds the development of traditional mainframe, Web, and composite applications and accelerates the development of your Web applications, traditional COBOL and PL/I applications, Web services, and XML-based interfaces.
IBM WebSphere® Developer for System z was renamed to IBM Rational Developer for System z.
Rational Developer for System z helps improve the productivity of developers creating and maintaining mainframe applications and Web services before, during, and after the transition to a SOA-based environment, as well as facilitating shorter development cycles that help reduce costs by extracting value from existing applications through reuse and transformation, making them accessible as Web services.
Rational Developer for System z helps to simplify the overall service-flow development process with enterprise service tools and enables developers to rapidly create well-built composite processing that integrates transactional and WebSphere–based environments.
This book has two parts. Part 1 covers Rational Developer for System z and Part 2 covers WebSphere Developer for System z.
Table of contents
Part 1. IBM Rational Developer for System z
Chapter 1. Using IBM Rational Developer for System z Version 7.1 to work with COBOL programs
Chapter 2. Scenario for problem determination tools with Rational Developer for System z
Chapter 3. The Rational Enterprise Software Configuration Management (ESCM) implementation
Part 2. IBM WebSphere Developer for System z
Chapter 4. Traditional and modern application development tools
Chapter 5. Enterprise Service Tools
Chapter 6. Web service enablement for an existing CICS application
Chapter 7. Web service enablement for an existing IMS application
Chapter 8. Service Flow tools
Chapter 9. Menu Manager
Chapter 10. Core System z remote development
Chapter 11. Software Configuration Management support in WebSphere Developer for System z V7
Chapter 12. Sample implementation of a CARMA RAM
Chapter 13. IBM System z server components
Chapter 14. Connecting to CICS
Chapter 15. Using IBM WebSphere Developer for System z with local COBOL, TXSeries, and VSAM (SFS)
Chapter 16. z/OS Database Application Generator
Appendix A. Source script for the build engine
Appendix B. Additional material
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