IBM - MVS/Extended Architecture Data Facility Product: General Information

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Third Edition (January 1984)
This is a major revision of, and makes obsolete, GC26-4007-1.
This edition applies to Release 1.2 of MVS/Extended Architecture Data Facility Product,
Program Product S66S-284, and to any subsequent releases until otherwise indicated in
new editions or technical newsletters.
SpeciHc changes are indicated by a vertical bar to the left of the change. These bars will be
deleted at any subsequent republication of the page affected. Editorial changes that have
no technical signincance are not noted.

This manual provides general information about the IBM MVS/Extended
Architecture (MVS/XA) Data Facility Product (DPP) to enable managers, system
programmers, and others to evaluate MVS/XA DPP for use at their installation.
This manual will help you to:
• Understand what the MVS/XA Data Facility Product provides
• Evaluate the usefulness of the MVS/XA Data Facility Product
• Evaluate the compatibility of the MVS/XA Data Facility Product with your
current installation
There is no prerequisite reading for this publication, but it is assumed that you have
a general knowledge of data management and program management.

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Reference Number : GC26-4007-2

Date Published : January 1984

Manufacturer : IBM

Format : PDF (49 pages)






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IBM - MVS/Extended Architecture Data Facility Product: General Information

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