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A list of Test Cases that may be used in the Unit, Application and System Test environments. The suite of jobs and programs may be used for Regression Testing or User Acceptance Testing.
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The following provides a brief description of the Test Cases with links for additional information about each test case.
Test Case-01 will describe and demonstrate how JCL and COBOL programs that are currently executed on an IBM/ZOS Mainframe System can be executed on a Linux, UNIX or Windows (LUW) System using Micro Focus Server. A secondary objective is to describe and demonstrate how to migrate, convert and maintain the non-relational data structures used by the application.
Explore the Non-Relational Data Processing Techniques that are currently used on a Mainframe System running ZOS or a Linux, UNIX or Windows System running Micro Focus Enterprise Server. The intent is to describe and demonstrate a process for maintaining a single source string that may be compiled and executed across a variety of platforms.
Test Case-02 will describe and demonstrate a documented process to transfer the application assets from a Mainframe System running ZOS to a Windows System running Micro Focus Enterprise Developer. Application Assets are source members stored in Partitioned Data Sets (PDS's) on a Mainframe System.
Explore how to Transfer all the members within a PDS to a Windows Directory using File Transfer Protocol (FTP). This approach uses the IEBPTPCH Utility Program (available on a ZOS Mainframe System) to extracts all the members from a PDS and concatenates the members into a single sequential file. Each member in the file will be preceded by a record that contains the member name. The single sequential file is then transferred to the target system.
Test Case-03 will describe and demonstrate how to compare (on a record-by-record basis) the content of two non-relational data structures such as a sequential file and/or a VSAM Data Sets. The process for comparing the data structures is executable on an IBM/ZOS Mainframe System or on a Linux, UNIX or Windows (LUW) System using Micro Focus Server. Also, the process is supported in a development, test or production environment.
Explore how to Compare Two Data Files and track record inserts and deletes. The primary objective of this test case is to describe and demonstrate how to compare (on a record-by-record basis) the content of two non-relational data structures such as a sequential file and/or a VSAM Data Sets. The process for comparing the data structure should be executable on an IBM/ZOS Mainframe System or on a Linux, UNIX or Windows (LUW) System using Micro Focus Server. Also, the process should be supported in a development, test or production environment.
Test Case-04 will describe and demonstrate a documented process to sort a record sequential file and produce a report with sub-totals and final totals. The process for sorting and producing the report will use the SORT program and is executable on an IBM/ZOS Mainframe System or on a Linux, UNIX or Windows (LUW) System using Micro Focus Server. Also, the process is supported in a development, test or production environment.
Explore how to sort a record sequential file and produce a report with sub-totals and final totals. The process for sorting and producing the report will use the SORT program and is executable on an IBM/ZOS Mainframe System or on a Linux, UNIX or Windows (LUW) System using Micro Focus Server.
Test Case-05 will show the level of support/compatibility of the various numeric formats that are used on a Mainframe System and supported on a Linux, UNIX or Windows System with Micro Focus Enterprise Server. This test case will describe and demonstrate a documented process for creating a set of test files that will contain text strings and various numeric formats such as Zoned-Decimal, Packed-Decimal or BINARY.
Explore how to create sequential test files with 80-byte records that will contain records with text strings and various numeric formats such as Zoned Decimal, Packed Decimal and Binary. A HEX dump program is provided for viewing the physical (or internal) structure of the various numeric formats.
Test Case-06 will describe and demonstrate a documented process that will read test files containing various numeric formats. Totals will be accumulated for user-defined numeric fields using a COBOL copy file that defines the record and numeric structures. The totals will be posted to SYSOUT along with a record count.
Explore how to validate the numeric integrity of numeric values within a file by checking the numeric format/content and accumulating check-sum totals and record counts.
Test Case-07 will describe and demonstrate by example how to sort ASCII-encoded Files into an EBCDIC collating sequence or EBCDIC-encoded files into an ASCII collating sequence using the ALTSEQ function of the Mainframe SORT or the ALTSEQ function of the Micro Focus SORT.
Explore how to sort ASCII-encoded Files into an EBCDIC collating sequence or EBCDIC-encoded files into an ASCII collating sequence using the alternate collating or ALTSEQ function of the Mainframe SORT or the ALTSEQ function of the Micro Focus SORT.
This document provides a list of Test Cases that may be used in the Unit, Application and System Test environments. The suite of jobs and programs may be used for Regression Testing or User Acceptance Testing. This document may be used 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.
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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.
Explore the COBOL Connection for more examples of COBOL programming techniques and sample code.
Explore an Extended List of Software Technologies that are available for review and evaluation. The software technologies (or Z-Packs) provide individual programming examples, documentation and test data files in a single package. The Z-Packs are usually in zip format to reduce the amount of time to download.
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.
Explore The File Status Return Codes to interpret the results of accessing VSAM data sets and/or QSAM files.
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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.
Explore the Glossary of Terms for a list of terms and definitions used in this suite of documents and white papers.
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