Adapt map-based traditional applications to use web browsers

Using Rational HATS to modernize the enterprise 3270 BMS map-based CICS applications deployed in TXSeries for Multiplatforms

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Nageswararao Gokavarapu

Date archived: September 6, 2016 | First published: July 27, 2010

This article discuss modernizing the IBM® 3270 terminal's basic mapping support (BMS) map-based IBM® CICS® application running on IBM® TXSeries® for Multiplatforms by using IBM® Rational® Host Access Transformation Services (HATS). By using HATS, you can extend your 3270 terminal's map-based CICS applications to the web, to a rich client, or to browsers on mobile devices quickly, easily, with low risk and without any access or modification to application source code. This article concentrates on configuring the TXSeries region for connecting from HATS.

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