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  Introduction
  Diagram, a Directory Structure
  Directory & sub-Directories
  HOLD Library, BMSA sub-Directory
  HOLD Library, CS1A sub-Directory
  HOLD Library, GNTA sub-Directory
  HOLD Library, MODA sub-Directory
  HOLD Library, UT1A sub-Directory
  HOLD Library, UT2A sub-Directory
  HOLD Library, UT3A sub-Directory
  Summary
  Software Agreement and Disclaimer
  Downloads and Links
  Current Server or Internet Access
  Internet Access Required
  Glossary of Terms
  Comments or Feedback
  Company Overview
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Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section Introduction

The HOLD Library is a directory and sub-directory structure that provides a separate place for new or updated load members.


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Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section Diagram, a Directory Structure

The following diagram shows the model sub-directory structure for the HOLD Library (or Directory). The HOLD directory is typically a sub-directory under a directory structure for a Development environment. Update or change capability to the HOLD directory structure and content may be limited to system and support individuals. Read or view access typically has a larger audience.

         
BASESYS sub-DIR's Comments
HOLD
Base Directory for Administrative Functions
   
   
   
   
BMSA
Load Members from scripted BMS Generation
   
   
CS1A
Load Members from compile of online application programs
   
   
GNTA
Load Members from compile of batchapplication programs
   
   
MODA
Non-Executable LOAD Members from ASMOGENR
   
   
UT1A
Load Members from compile of UT1 Programs
   
   
UT2A
Load Members from compile of UT2 Programs
   
   
UT3A
Load Members from compile of UT3 Programs
 
The Directory Structure for the HOLD Library (or Directory)

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section Directory & sub-Directories

This section provides additional detail about the HOLD Library and some of the system and support functions available.

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section HOLD Library, BMSA sub-Directory

The BMSA sub-directory contains the load members that are created as a result of a scripted batch BMS Generation.

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section HOLD Library, CS1A sub-Directory

The CS1A sub-directory contains the load members that are created as a result of a scripted online COBOL compilation for the CICS application programs.

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section HOLD Library, GNTA sub-Directory

The GNTA sub-directory contains the load members that are created as a result of a scripted batch COBOL compilation for the application programs.

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section HOLD Library, MODA sub-Directory

The MODA sub-directory contains the non-executable load members that are created as a result of a scripted generation using ASMOGENR. The members in this directory are usually data tables that are loaded into memory via an EXEC CICS LOAD function.

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section HOLD Library, UT1A sub-Directory

The UT1A sub-directory contains the load members that are created as a result of a scripted batch COBOL compilation for the utility programs from the COBOLUT1 directory. The members in this directory are compiled using a mainframe dialect.

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section HOLD Library, UT2A sub-Directory

The UT2A sub-directory contains the load members that are created as a result of a scripted batch COBOL compilation for the utility programs from the COBOLUT2 directory. The members in this directory are compiled using a Micro Focus dialect.

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section HOLD Library, UT3A sub-Directory

The UT3A sub-directory contains the load members that are created as a result of a scripted batch COBOL compilation for the utility programs from the COBOLUT3 directory. The members in this directory require special handling.

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section Summary

The HOLD Library is a directory and sub-directory structure that provides a separate place for new or updated load members. This document may be used to assist as a tutorial for new programmers or as a quick reference for experienced programmers.

In the world of programming there are many ways to solve a problem. This document and the links to other documents are intended to provide a greater awareness of the Data Management and Application Processing alternatives.

The documentation and software were developed and tested on systems that are configured for a SIMOTIME environment based on the hardware, operating systems, user requirements and security requirements. Therefore, adjustments may be needed to execute the jobs and programs when transferred to a system of a different architecture or configuration.

SIMOTIME Services has experience in moving or sharing data or application processing across a variety of systems. For additional information about SIMOTIME Services or Technologies please send an e-mail to: helpdesk@simotime.com or call 415 883-6565. We appreciate hearing from you.

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section Software Agreement and Disclaimer

Permission to use, copy, modify and distribute this software, documentation or training material for any purpose requires a fee to be paid to SimoTime Technologies. Once the fee is received by SimoTime the latest version of the software, documentation or training material will be delivered and a license will be granted for use within an enterprise, provided the SimoTime copyright notice appear on all copies of the software. The SimoTime name or Logo may not be used in any advertising or publicity pertaining to the use of the software without the written permission of SimoTime Technologies.

SimoTime Technologies makes no warranty or representations about the suitability of the software, documentation or learning material for any purpose. It is provided "AS IS" without any expressed or implied warranty, including the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement. SimoTime Technologies shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damages resulting from the loss of use, data or projects, whether in an action of contract or tort, arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of this software, documentation or training material.

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section Downloads and Links

This section includes links to documents with additional information that are beyond the scope and purpose of this document. The first group of documents may be available from a local system or via an internet connection, the second group of documents will require an internet connection.

Note: A SimoTime License is required for the items to be made available on a local system or server.

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section Current Server or Internet Access

The following links may be to the current server or to the Internet.

Note: The latest versions of the SimoTime Documents and Program Suites are available on the Internet and may be accessed using the Link to Internet icon. If a user has a SimoTime Enterprise License the Documents and Program Suites may be available on a local server and accessed using the Link to Server icon.

Link to Internet   Link to Server   Explore An Enterprise System Model that describes and demonstrates how Applications that were running on a Mainframe System and non-relational data that was located on the Mainframe System were copied and deployed in a Microsoft Windows environment with Micro Focus Enterprise Server.

Link to Internet   Link to Server   Explore The ASCII and EBCDIC Translation Tables. These tables are provided for individuals that need to better understand the bit structures and differences of the encoding formats.

Link to Internet   Link to Server   Explore The File Status Return Codes to interpret the results of accessing VSAM data sets and/or QSAM files.

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The following links will require an internet connect.

A good place to start is The SimoTime Home Page for access to white papers, program examples and product information. This link requires an Internet Connection

Explore The Micro Focus Web Site for more information about products and services available from Micro Focus. This link requires an Internet Connection.

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section Glossary of Terms

Link to Internet   Link to Server   Explore the Glossary of Terms for a list of terms and definitions used in this suite of documents and white papers.

Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section Comments or Feedback

This document was created and is maintained by SimoTime Technologies. If you have any questions, suggestions, comments or feedback please use the following contact information.

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Table of Contents Previous Section Next Section Company Overview

SimoTime Technologies was founded in 1987 and is a privately owned company. We specialize in the creation and deployment of business applications using new or existing technologies and services. We have a team of individuals that understand the broad range of technologies being used in today's environments. Our customers include small businesses using Internet technologies to corporations using very large mainframe systems.

Quite often, to reach larger markets or provide a higher level of service to existing customers it requires the newer Internet technologies to work in a complementary manner with existing corporate mainframe systems. We specialize in preparing applications and the associated data that are currently residing on a single platform to be distributed across a variety of platforms.

Preparing the application programs will require the transfer of source members that will be compiled and deployed on the target platform. The data will need to be transferred between the systems and may need to be converted and validated at various stages within the process. SimoTime has the technology, services and experience to assist in the application and data management tasks involved with doing business in a multi-system environment.

Whether you want to use the Internet to expand into new market segments or as a delivery vehicle for existing business functions simply give us a call or check the web site at http://www.simotime.com


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