IBM Application Development and Problem Determination Tools for z/OS and OS/390

An IBM Redbooks publication

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ISBN-10: 0738497762
ISBN-13: 9780738497761
IBM Form #: SG24-6492-00


Authors: Joe DeCarlo, Eric Chabert, Sylvie Delahaye, Sergei Litvak and Gary Racine

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redbooks publication introduces the IBM Problem Determination and Deployment Tools for z/OS and OS/390 .

    The tools covered are:

    - IBM Application Monitor for z/OS, Version 2, Release 1

    - IBM Debug Tool for z/OS, Version 5, Release 1

    - IBM Fault Analyzer for z/OS, Version 5, Release 1

    - IBM File Manager for z/OS, Version 5, Release 1

    - IBM Workload Simulator for z/OS and OS/390, Version 1, Release 1

    This comprehensive suite of powerful yet easy-to-use tools helps developers to efficiently build, test, and service applications while minimizing errors and increasing cost-effectiveness. The tools allow users to quickly identify and resolve problems that occur in batch, IMS, DB2, CICS, and UNIX System Services applications.

    For each tool, this book provides step-by-step instructions for installation and customization, a detailed discussion of the features and capabilities, and guidance for using the tool in your environment.

    Practical scenarios demonstrate how to apply the tools to monitor, manage, debug, and analyze applications in a real-world environment.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Executive summary and overview

    Chapter 1. Executive summary

    Chapter 2. Overview of problem determination and deployment tools

    Part 2. Introduction to Problem Determination and Deployment Tools

    Chapter 3. Introduction to Application Monitor for z/OS

    Chapter 4. Introduction to Debug Tool and Debug Tool Utilities and Advanced Functions

    Chapter 5. Introduction to Fault Analyzer for z/OS

    Chapter 6. Introduction to File Manager for z/OS

    Chapter 7. Introduction to Workload Simulator

    Part 3. Application Monitor for z/OS

    Chapter 8. Settings and customization

    Chapter 9. Selecting a job

    Chapter 10. Analyzing a job

    Chapter 11. Analyzing a job with subsystems

    Chapter 12. Application Monitor and batch reports

    Part 4. Debug Tool and Debug Tool Utilities and Advanced Functions

    Chapter 13. Debugging programs using Debug Tool

    Chapter 14. Using Debug Tool under UNIX System Services

    Chapter 15. Debug Tool and subsystems

    Chapter 16. Debug Tool Utilities and Advanced Functions

    Part 5. Fault Analyzer for z/OS

    Chapter 17. Fault Analyzer settings and customizations

    Chapter 18. Fault Analyzer interactive analysis

    Chapter 19. Fault Analyzer real-time analysis report

    Chapter 20. Fault Analyzer batch reanalysis report

    Chapter 21. Fault Analyzer and subsystems

    Chapter 22. Fault Analyzer addtional useful information

    Part 6. File Manager for z/OS

    Chapter 23. File Manager

    Chapter 24. File Manager/DB2

    Chapter 25. File Manager/IMS

    Chapter 26. Test data and File Manager

    Part 7. Workload Simulator for z/OS and OS/390

    Chapter 27. Worklad Simulator and Workload Simulator Test Manager settings and customization

    Chapter 28. Workload Simulator Test Manager

    Chapter 29. Basics of scripting for Workload Simulator

    Part 8. Scenarios

    Chapter 30. Introduction to the scenarios

    Chapter 31. Guided tour of the Trader application

    Chapter 32. Scenario 1: Invalid VSAM data genering an abend

    Chapter 33. Scenario 2: Using Debug Tool

    Chapter 34. Is the error in DB2 data or program logic?

    Chapter 35. Workload Simulator and Application Monitor

    Chapter 36. Application Monitor and CICSplex configuration

    Chapter 37. Application Monitor and parallel sysplex

    Part 9. Using WebSphere Studio Enterprise Developer with Debug Tool for z/OS

    Chapter 38. Remote development - the debugger

    Chapter 39. Using PL/I or COBOL DB2 stored procedures with WSED

     

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