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e-business Cookbook for z/OS Volume II: Infrastructure

An IBM Redbooks publication

Note: This is publication is now archived. For reference only.


Published on 10 July 2002, updated 12 July 2002

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ISBN-10: 0738425354
ISBN-13: 9780738425351
IBM Form #: SG24-5981-01

Authors: Tamas Vilaghy, Maria Clarke, Amr Khafagy and Rica Weller

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    This IBM Redbooks publication is the second volume in the "e-business Cookbook for z/OS" series. It is intended for System Programmers involved in setting up and configuring an environment to run Java-based e-business applications on z/OS and OS/390.

    We focus on the most popular and viable application topologies. Software products covered are z/OS UNIX System Services, TCP/IP, IBM HTTP Server for z/OS, IBM WebSphere Application Server for z/OS V4, and the Java connectors for DB2, CICS, MQSeries and IMS. We also detail how to set up and run WebSphere in a Parallel Sysplex environment.

    The information in this book will help you configure an environment on z/OS that will be ready to implement end-to-end e-business solutions using Java, WebSphere and traditional backend systems. We also provide information on security aspects and performance optimization regarding many of the products.

    The other volumes in this series are e-business Cookbook for z/OS Volume 1: Technology Introduction, SG24-5664, and e-business Cookbook Volume III: Java Development, SG24-5980.

    Table of Contents

    Ch. 1 Environment description

    Ch. 2 WebSphere Application Server

    Ch. 3 WebSphere in a sysplex

    Ch. 4 Java-based access to DB2 for z/OS

    Ch. 5 WebSphere MQ

    Ch. 6 Java connectors for CICS

    Ch. 7 Java-based access to IMS

    App. A z/OS UNIX System Services enablement

    App. B TCP/IP enablement

    App. C DB2 quick setup

    App. D Sample files

    App. E Command reference

    App. F WLM quick setup

    App. G RACF REXX sample


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