IMS is a hierarchical database and transactional server for critical on-line operational applications and data where support for high availability, performance, capacity and integrity, and low cost are key factors.
Learn how to produce an even distribution of records across partitions by using a High Level Language (PL/I) to evaluate Partition Selection Exit algorithms without affecting database availability. More >
- Exploring IMS disaster recovery solutions, Part 4
Learn how to create a coordinated IMS and DB2 DR solution using IMS Recovery Expert with DB2 Recovery Expert. System-level backup is used as a recovery resource.
- Exploring IMS disaster recovery solutions, Part 3
Examine the recovery and restart solutions provided by the IMS Recovery Expert product. Part 3 shows how to use system-level backup as a resource.
- Exploring IMS disaster recovery solutions, Part 2
Examine the recovery and restart solutions provided by the IMS Recovery Expert product. Part 2 explores the recovery solutions that use only the IMS base functions.
- Exploring IMS disaster recovery solutions, Part 1:
Grow your knowledge of the IMS disaster recovery solutions available with the IMS base product and the IBM Tools products. Learn key concepts and download demos to help you understand each solution.
- Finding and resolving IMS database exceptions using the
Tools Base Administration Console for z/OS
Learn how the informational dashboard provides a starting point for viewing detailed database information. From the dashboard, view exceptions and use Administration Console widgets to verify the exceptions.
- Use Java in IMS dependent regions
Understand the steps needed to set up, run, and troubleshoot Java in IMS dependent regions, including Java Batch Processing (JBP), Java Message Processing (JMP), and Message Processing Program (MPP) regions.
- Use the IMS synchronous callout function to invoke a CICS
Enhance your IMS applications by hooking them into services or data ouside of their address space.
- Create a J2C application for an IMS phone book transaction
using IMS TM Resource Adapter
Walk through the steps of using the J2C component of Rational Developer for System z to access IMS transactions through a J2C Java bean that can then be consumed by a Web application.
- Enable an IMS application as a Web service running in IMS
SOAP Gateway on Windows
Explore a series of hands-on exercises to transform an IMS application to a Web service by using IBM Rational Developer for System z and IMS SOAP Gateway.