IBM - Program Product - Advanced Communications Function for VTAM - Programming

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From the Preface:

"This manual (1) describes how to write application programs for the Advanced Communications Function for VTAM (ACF/VTAM) Release 3 and for the Multisystem Networking Facility that is available with ACF/VTAM Release 3, and (2) contains detailed information on the macro instructions used with ACF/VTAM. The macro instructions are used to write the data communication portions of ACF/VTAM application programs that communicate with logical units within the same ACF/VTAM domain, in an ACF/VTAME domain, in an ACF/TCAM domain, or in another ACF/VTAM domain. This manual provides the specifications needed to code such programs. This manual is for any programmer, whether an application programmer or a system programmer, who must write a program that uses ACF/VTAM macro instructions. The reader is assumed to be familiar with Basic Assembler Language.

Note: Throughout this manual, including in references to the titles of
publications, the term, "ACF/VTAM," refers to ACF/VTAM Release 3 unless
another release of ACF/VTAM is specifically mentioned. Also, in this
publication, the Virtual Storage Extended (VSE) operating system, comprising
the DOS/VSE system control programming (SCP) code and the VSE/Advanced
Functions program product, is referred to as VSE."


Reference Number : SC27-0449-2

Date Published : October 1980

Manufacturer : IBM

Format : PDF

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH8508. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

IBM - Program Product - Advanced Communications Function for VTAM - Programming

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