IBM - Systems - OS Conversion Guide from QTAM or BTAM to TCAM

 This publication provides a summary of the information
needed to convert a QTAM or BTAM system to TCAM. It
briefly describes the similarities and differences between
QTAM and TCAM and between BTAM and TCAM.
The first section describes QTAM macros, macro operands,
service facilities, internals, and their TCAM replacements. A
working knowledge of QTAM is required for understanding
this part of the publication.
The second section describes BTAM macros, macro
operands, additional facilities, and their TCAM equivalents.
Concepts of TCAM as they relate to BTAM are provided as
reprogramming aids. A working knowledge of BTAM is
required for understanding this part of the publication.
Both sections are meant to be used in conjunction with
the IBM Systemf360 Operating System Telecommunica
tions Access Method (TCAM) Programmer's Guide and
Reference Manual, GC30-2024.

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Reference Number : GC30-2026-0

Date Published : April 1971

Manufacturer : IBM

Format : PDF (35 pages)

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH9042. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

IBM - Systems - OS Conversion Guide from QTAM or BTAM to TCAM

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