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IBM - Program Product - Information_Management User's Guide - Program Number 5735-OZS

From the preface:

"The Information/Management (Info/Management) Feature of the Information/System Program Product is an online conversational tool that can help an installation control and manage its problems, changes, and system configurations. Info/Management's design permits these various tasks to be performed by clerical personnel, system and application programmers, operators, installation managers, and other system support personnel.

This manual conveys the task approach to using Info/Management's facilities and functions. The manual first describes how to perform elementary functions, and then illustrates through the use of IBM-defined stored response chains (SRCs) a quick-use approach for performing specific tasks."

Reference Number : SC34-2031-0

Date Published : December 1980

Manufacturer : IBM

Format : PDF






This exhibit has a reference ID of CH8491. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

IBM - Program Product - Information_Management User's Guide - Program Number 5735-OZS

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