OPENEDITION SERVICES ON MVS/ESA SP VERSION 4 RELEASE 3 ANNOUNCED AND
AVAILABILITY OF MVS/ESA SP VERSION 4 RELEASE 3 WITH ADDITIONAL
ENHANCEMENTS

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Announcement Letter Number 293-060 dated February 9, 1993
US - Last Revised on February 9, 1993



Brief Description of Announcement, Charges, and Availability

IBM announces enhancements to MVS/ESA (TM) SP Version 4 Release 3, in
addition to those previously described in IBM Programming
Announcement 292-308, dated June 16, 1992.  Significant expansion of
MVS/ESA's role in an open systems environment is announced today by
providing Portable Operating System Interfaces (POSIX) as a base to
enable interoperability of applications within a heterogeneous
network, and to increase portability of applications, data, and
skills with other environments conforming to the same open systems
standards.  A new set of system support services will be offered in
MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 called OpenEdition (TM) Services.
These services when used with other selected other products conform
to approved standards or provide an implementation for appropriate
draft standards shown below.
o   International Organization for Standardization/International
    Electrotechnical Commission-(ISO/IEC) 9945-1:1990/ Institute of
    Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) POSIX 1003.1
o   ISO/IEC Draft International Standard (DIS) 9945-2:1992/IEEE POSIX
    1003.2-1992
o   A subset of IEEE POSIX 1003.4a (Draft 6:  February 26, 1992) will
    be supported.
       IBM has licensed Mortice Kern System's InterOpen (1) POSIX
Shell and Utilities source code to bring the MVS operating system in
conformance with POSIX 1003.2 standards.  The OpenEdition offering
has been tested with the Posix Conformance Test Suite: Federal
Information Processing Standards (PCTS:FIPS-151-1:1990) compliance
test suite.  National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
certification at the FIPS-151-2 level is anticipated by the time the
product ships.  OpenEdition Services will become generally available
after the MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 Base Control Program (BCP).
       In addition, support has been added to the MVS/ESA SP
Version 4 Release 3 Base Control Program that improves LPAR mode
operation.  Also, MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 represents the
benefits of a major quality initiative, delivering code of
significantly higher quality than that of previous releases.
       Reference:  IBM Programming Announcement 292-308, dated
June 16, 1992.
       Planned Availability Dates:
o   March 26, 1993:  MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3
o   March 25, 1994:  MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 support feature
    for OpenEdition services (unpriced); OpenEdition Shell and
    Utilities feature (priced); and OpenEdition Debugger feature
    (priced).
 (TM) Trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
 (1) InterOpen is a trademark of MKS Corporation.
IN BRIEF . . .
o   Introduction of a new set of system services, which expands
    MVS/ESA's role in an open systems environment.
o   Support for selected POSIX standards in OpenEdition Services.
o   Enhancements for LPAR mode operation, which simplify capacity
    planning through a reduction of the LPAR low-utilization effect.
o   Benefits of a quality initiative that have improved the quality
    of MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3, providing reliability,
    availability, and serviceability (RAS), usability, and
    documentation enhancements.


Customer Letter Section

DESCRIPTION
OPENEDITION SERVICES
MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 announces significant expansion of
MVS/ESA's role in an open-systems environment by providing POSIX
interfaces as a base to enable interoperability of applications
within a heterogeneous network, and increase portability of
applications, data, and skills with other environments conforming to
the same open systems standards.  A new set of services will be
offered called OpenEdition Services.  OpenEdition Services conforms
to the following standards:
o   ISO/IEC 9945-1:1990/IEEE POSIX 1003.1-1990 (Institute of
    Electrical and Electronics Engineers Portable Operating System
    Interface).
o   A subset of IEEE POSIX 1003.1a (Draft 5 May 1992) will be
    supported.
o   ISO/IEC DIS 9945-2:1992/IEEE POSIX 1003.2-1992 (Institute of
    Electrical and Electronics Engineers Portable Operating System
    Interface).
o   A subset of IEEE POSIX 1003.4a (Draft 6 February 26, 1992) will
    be supported.
       OpenEdition Services has been tested with the
PCTS:FIPS-151-1:1990 compliance test suite.  NIST certification at
the FIPS-151-2 level is anticipated by the time the product ships.
NOTE: Implementation of draft standards is subject to change to
conform to the final approved standard.
       OpenEdition Services consists of:
o   An OpenEdition Application Programming Interface (API)
           The OpenEdition API supports a set of C function calls as
    specified in POSIX 1003.1.
o   An OpenEdition Shell and Utilities
           IBM has licensed and modified the popular Mortice Kern
    System's InterOpen (1)/Shell and Utilities source code which
    conforms with POSIX 1003.2.
o   A Hierarchical File System supporting the OpenEdition offering
           The OpenEdition file system, as specified in IEEE POSIX
    1003.1, is a hierarchical file system familiar to UNIX (2)
    programmers.  The file system will be supplied by DFSMS/MVS (TM).
o   An Extended User Interface
           The Extended user interface consists of a set of user
    commands that run on TSO/E which enable the user to:
    -   Access the OpenEdition Shell and Utilities.
    -   Write and test a POSIX application.
    -   Execute an application on the MVS/ESA OpenEdition offering.
o   An OpenEdition dbx debugger
           The OpenEdition dbx debugger is an interactive tool for
    debugging C language applications that use OpenEdition Services.
    It is based on the popular 'dbx' debugger familiar to UNIX
    programmers.
 (1) InterOpen is a trademark of MKS Corporation.
 (2) UNIX is a registered trademark of Unix System Laboratories, Inc.
CUSTOMER'S -- QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS
BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
POSIX 1003.1 API FOR APPLICATION PROGRAMMERS:  With a growing number
of POSIX conforming applications available commercially, customer's
application needs can be met more quickly with off-the-shelf
software, thus reducing the cycle time from identification of a need,
to providing a solution.
ENABLING NEW APPLICATIONS
POSIX 1003.1 API FOR APPLICATION PROGRAMMERS:  Much of a business's
success depends on being able to provide solutions to meet customer
needs.  With a growing number of POSIX conforming software available
commercially, MVS/ESA can help business's support more applications,
by providing a POSIX conforming platform.
THREADS (POSIX 1003.4A):  New applications are enabled with POSIX
threads support on MVS.  This is because threads support makes it
easier to write multitasking applications for MVS, such as server
applications.
       Growth Enablement -- Increased Capacity/Performance
Improvement
HIERARCHICAL FILE SYSTEM:  Compared with some other POSIX
environments, MVS has more capacity for files.  This allows for
growth of applications which require large numbers of files on a
single platform.
GROWTH ENABLEMENT -- CONNECTIVITY
POSIX 1003.1 API FOR APPLICATION PROGRAMMER AND STANDARD POSIX 1003.2
SHELL AND UTILITIES:  POSIX support on MVS combines the open
interface of POSIX with the robustness of MVS.  This provides an
easier growth path to a more robust environment for POSIX
applications.
END USER PRODUCTIVITY -- IMPROVED WORKER PRODUCTIVITY
HIERARCHICAL FILE SYSTEM:  The integration of a POSIX defined file
system with existing MVS file system management services provides
automated file system management capabilities which may not be
available on other POSIX platforms.  This allows file owners to gain
productivity by spending less time on tasks such as backups and
restores on entire file systems.
       The hierarchical file system allows for long path names in
mixed case.  A long path name can be up to 1023 bytes for a fully
qualified name.  Programmers and file owners have more flexibility
than is provided by current MVS data set naming.
       Systems Management -- Application Developer Productivity
ASSEMBLER CALLABLE SERVICES:  Callable services are available which
allow the application programmer and systems programmer to obtain
many of the POSIX related services from an assembler program.  These
services make it easier to code certain tasks in assembler language.
Using assembler language, POSIX services can be issued in 'problem
Using assembler language, POSIX services can be issued in 'problem
program state'.
program state'.
POSIX 1003.1 API FOR APPLICATION PROGRAMMER:  POSIX.1 support on
MVS/ESA increases application programmer productivity.  The POSIX.1
support provides a standard interface which is available on a wide
range of IBM and non-IBM operating systems.  Programs which are
written to conform with the  POSIX.1 standard can be easily ported to
and from MVS/ESA, thus improving application programmer productivity.
Also, programmers with UNIX and C language skills can develop
programs for MVS/ESA with their current skills.
POSIX 1003.2 SHELL AND UTILITIES:  POSIX.2 Shell and Utilities
provides a user interface which is familiar to UNIX programmers, thus
helping to improve their productivity when using MVS/ESA.
DBX DEBUGGER:  The dbx debugger is regarded as an industry standard
on UNIX systems.  dbx will enable application developers and systems
programmers to debug applications on MVS with the same type of
debugger they may be using on a workstation, thus increasing their
productivity.
SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT -- SECURITY
HIERARCHICAL FILE SYSTEM:  The hierarchical file system security is
integrated with the security features of RACF (TM) on MVS.  The
strong security features on MVS can help reduce the costs associated
with security breaches.
       Systems Management -- System Programmer Productivity
POSIX 1003.2 SHELL AND UTILITIES:  POSIX 1003.2 provides a shell and
a powerful set of new utilities on MVS which are familiar to UNIX
system programmers.  These system programmers can perform many of the
same tasks on MVS/ESA as they can on UNIX systems, while using the
same interfaces, thus improving their productivity.
INVESTMENT PROTECTION -- PORTABILITY
HIERARCHICAL FILE SYSTEM:  POSIX defines a hierarchical file system
which is common across all POSIX conforming systems, and is very
similar to hierarchical files systems on UNIX, DOS, and OS2.
Investment in data is protected because files stored on the MVS/ESA
POSIX file system are portable to a wide range of platforms.
ENHANCED LPAR MODE OPERATION
The alternate wait management support in MVS/ESA SP Version 4
Release 3 simplifies capacity planning by reducing the LPAR low
utilization effect and reducing LPAR management time for MVS N-way
partitions.
       Systems Management -- IS Operations Productivity
       With the alternate wait management support, LPAR's low
utilization effect for MVS partitions is reduced.  With these MVS
enhancements, LPAR management time is now nearly equivalent at any
level of processor utilization, allowing I/S staff to more easily
determine remaining capacity on a processor.
QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS TO MVS/ESA SP VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 includes the benefits of a major
quality initiative put in place to improve customer satisfaction and
to improve processes to continue to ensure quality in future
releases.  Quality is defined to include problems beyond strict code
defects, such as usability, installability, maintainability, and
documentation problems.  As a result of this initiative, the quality
of MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 is significantly better than that
of previous releases.  Also, additional user group requirements have
been satisfied.
       Prior to general availability, external customer validation
activities are planned to ensure the overall quality level of this
release.  The quality initiative will continue into future releases
through development process improvements.
INVESTMENT PROTECTION -- QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS
Product changes resulting from the quality initiative address some
cost of ownership concerns.  As an example, special attention has
been given to improving the installation process, including new
installation testing before General Availability.  Additional
documentation, focusing on accuracy, consistency, and completeness of
the install and migration process, is being provided.  This work is
aimed at simplifying and reducing system programmer time on
installation.
       Usability of the MVS publication library has been addressed,
resulting in rewriting and reorganizing information, such as
additional guidance for selecting subpools and rewritten guidance
about providing recovery for installation-written programs.
Retrievability of softcopy messages has been improved.  For many
macros and callable services, the calling requirements and actions
for return and reason codes have been added to the documentation.
Documentation improvements like these may help reduce the cost of
education and information use for system support staff.
       Addressing customer concerns with ease of installation,
service updates are planned three to four times per year, reducing
the amount of service needed to install the product.
       Examples of RAS improvements in the BCP include avoidance of
reserve deadlock in global resource serialization (GRS), avoidance of
deadlock in allocation, real storage manager (RSM) protection of
global queues and better storage management and fewer I/Os in cross
coupling facility (XCF).  Changes such as these may reduce unplanned
outages.  Serviceability improvements include suppression of
unnecessary LOGREC records and dumps, enhancement to component usage
of Interactive Problem Control System (IPCS), and capture of
additional information at the time of failure in SDUMPs.  Usability
and documentation improvements, which may help to reduce the cost of
supporting the system, include additional message suppression,
documentation of WTO/WTOR Parameter List (WPL) formats, and additions
to SAMPLIB.
       Some of the JES2 improvements focus on simplifying system
programmer tasks, affecting product cost of ownership.  For example,
Exit 13 and Exit 15 may no longer be necessary because some of the
functions can now be accomplished through initialization parameters,
five new sample exits are provided, and additional exit usability
improvements have been made.  Installability and packaging
improvements include elimination of the requirement for PTF set one,
and only an all-systems warm start is required to migrate from
MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 2-JES2 to MVS/ESA SP Version 4
Release 3-JES2.
       Serviceability enhancements affecting the customer's ability
to resolve problems in an efficient, timely manner, include IPCS
changes resulting in 35 additional control blocks formatted, variable
text for independent trace IDs 8, 9 and 10, additional trace ID 20
data, and enhanced display of module information.  Usability
enhancements include improved messages, and changes to the work
selection for network job entry (NJE) SYSOUT transmitter, providing
capability to control transmission based on the size of SYSOUT.
Availability improvements include initiator restart support, which
automatically restarts failed initiators, reducing the need for
operator intervention.  Constraint relief includes moving the JES2
HASPSSSM load module to above the 16M line common storage, and a ten
times  increase in the number of initiators available.
       JES3 serviceability improvements include additional
information captured in dumps, enablement of Dump Analysis and
Elimination (DAE) for JES3 resulting in suppression of duplicate
dumps, and more information formatted by IPCS.  These types of
improvements help reduce complexity for the system programmer.
Examples of documentation and usability improvements include
increased granularity of JES3 commands to manage Advanced
Program-to-Program Communication (APPC) sysout dataset processing,
improved retrievability and clarification of JES3 commands
information, and enhanced message text to improve operator
information.  The JES3 enhancements are scheduled to be delivered
through the service stream for JES3 Version 4 Release 2.1.  A service
update (SUP) of JES3 Version 4 Release 2.1, to include these
enhancements, is planned for July 7, 1993.
MVS/ESA SP VERSION 4 RELEASE 3 FUNCTION PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED
As previously announced in IBM Programming Announcement 292-308,
dated June 16, 1992, MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 includes
enhancements to Advanced Program-to-Program Communications (APPC/MVS)
introduced in MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 2, to Hardware
Configuration Definition (TM) (HCD) introduced in MVS/ESA SP
Version 4 Release 1, and to the Base Control Program (BCP).  The
enhancements to APPC/MVS are designed to promote growth and simplify
resource management in an APPC cooperative processing environment.
HCD, together with ESCON (TM) Manager Version 1 Release 2, provides
an integrated host configuration management environment.  This
environment provides a SystemView (TM) conforming graphical user
interface on a programmable workstation for MVS/ESA environments when
the HCD graphical user interface feature is installed.  In addition
MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3, including HCD and Dynamic
Reconfiguration Management, has been enhanced to more fully support
the ESCON Multiple Image Facility.  Along with DFSMS/MVS Version 1
Release 1, MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 supports the IBM 3495 Tape
Library Dataserver.  Other BCP enhancements provide improved
reliability and availability.
PRODUCT POSITIONING
OPENEDITION SERVICES
MVS/ESA is being extended to provide standardized interfaces in
response to worldwide government and public service mandates for
operating system support of POSIX standards, industry trends and
market demands.  The MVS/ESA OpenEdition Services response to these
demands is a system that meets multiple needs.
o   An MVS/ESA system with the advanced function, reliability and
    recovery that MVS/ESA customers depend on.
o   A POSIX capability that allows MVS/ESA customers to extend their
    applications to participate in the advantages of open systems.
       IBM is very interested in supporting MVS customers' needs for
open system requirements.  The following are categories of
requirements supported by this announcement.
o   FEDERAL INFORMATION PROCESSING STANDARD, (FIPS 151 SPECIFYING
    POSIX COMPLIANCE): This standard must be supported on a major
    number of new systems procured by the U.S.  government.
o   EC DIRECTIVE 87/95:  The European Community (EC) government
    customers will soon be obliged by the terms of this directive to
    procure IT systems which conform to international standards.
    POSIX is one of those standards.
           Other countries world-wide are expected to adopt similar
    requirements.
o   CONCERNS OF THE MEMBERS OF SHARE:  In 1992, SHARE published the
    top twenty items that members have voted to be addressed by
    SHARE.  This announcement supports several of those items:
    -   'Interoperability": OpenEdition Services focus on enhanced
    -   'Interoperability": OpenEdition Services focus on enhanced
        support for 'interoperability and standards".
        support for 'interoperability and standards".
    -   'SAA (TM) and Open Systems Interoperability": Organizations
    -   'SAA (TM) and Open Systems Interoperability": Organizations
        with investments in 'proprietary and UNIX-based commodity
        with investments in 'proprietary and UNIX-based commodity
        platforms must be able to acquire and develop applications
        that will function across both environments'.
        that will function across both environments'.
    -   'International Standards": ..."complying with government
    -   'International Standards": ..."complying with government
        procurement directives is becoming necessary to conduct
        business'.
        business'.
       A brief overview of the POSIX standards follows:
POSIX 1003.1 SYSTEM API:  POSIX 1003.1 is a standard which describes
a set of services needed to create an application program.  These
services are defined in terms of the C programming language.  The
basic goal is to promote the portability of application programs
across systems.  MVS/ESA Version 4 Release 3 with OpenEdition
Services is one of those systems.
       Portability of code is at the source level.  That is, source
code compiled and executed on one POSIX conforming system can be
recompiled on another POSIX conforming system and executed.
       In addition, POSIX is facilitating higher programming
constructs for standardization and openness.  For example, the Open
Software Foundation is building its Distributed Computing Environment
(DCE) consistent with a POSIX base.
POSIX 1003.2 SHELL AND UTILITIES:  The POSIX shell is a command
interpreter that interprets all commands defined in the POSIX 1003.2
standard.  For some command requests, the shell calls other programs
called utilities.  After logging on to MVS TSO/E, a user requests the
shell by entering the new OMVS TSO/E command.  The user then works
within the shell environment until exiting the shell or temporarily
switching back to the TSO/E interface.
       A shell user can create a named list of shell commands called
a shell script.  The name of the shell script effectively becomes a
new powerful command.  Users can enter this name at a 3270 terminal
and the entire list of commands is executed sequentially.  This is
very similar to an MVS CLIST or REXX exec.
       The importance of the new MVS/ESA function can best be
described in real and measurable ways:
o   SIMPLIFIED VENDOR MIXING AND SYSTEM INTEGRATION:  As POSIX
    1003.1, POSIX 1003.2, and POSIX 1003.4a standards for system
    integration and interoperability are implemented, customers can
    tailor their IS needs by selecting software products based on
    application needs.
o   EFFICIENT DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION:  Normally, system users
    and software providers have development and implementation
    activities that utilize personnel possessing skills in a specific
    computer environment.  As POSIX standards for application
    portability, system interoperability, and system integration are
    implemented, computer staff begin to develop skills working with
    the standards.  OpenEdition Services allows MVS/ESA customers to
    hire personnel with POSIX skills that can be used in their
    operations.
o   PORTING APPLICATIONS:  The difficulty of moving an application
    from one operating system platform to another is well known.
    Porting an application that uses POSIX 1003.1, POSIX 1003.2 or
    POSIX 1003.4a interfaces to another system that provides the same
    interfaces is considerably simpler than ports involving
    completely different systems.  System tailoring of an application
    is greatly reduced whether moving to or from the MVS/ESA system.
o   ENHANCED PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT:  RMF Version 4 Release 3
    supports OpenEdition Services with new and enhanced reports.
EDUCATION SUPPORT
       Enhancements made in this release will be covered in the
following courses:
o   DFSMS/MVS and MVS/ESA SP Version 4.3 Update for MVS System
    Programmers (H4000)
o   DFSMS/MVS and MVS/ESA SP Version 4.3 Update for Storage
    Administrators (J3750)
o   DFSMS/MVS Tape Management Strategies (J3751)
o   MVS/ESA SP Version 3 to Version 4 Update (H3920)
o   APPC/MVS Implementation (H3940).
       The MVS/ESA customer education curriculum will be updated, as
necessary, to include the enhancements in this announcement.
       Details of the education support will be provided by product
availability through separate education announcement.
       Descriptions of all classroom and self-study courses are
contained in the CATALOG OF IBM EDUCATION (G320-1244), available from
Skill Dynamics (TM), an IBM Company.
       Call the Skill Dynamics toll-free number, 800-IBM-TEACh
(426-8322), for schedules and enrollments.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
SPECIFIED OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
MACHINE REQUIREMENTS
o   An IBM ES/9000 (TM) Processor Unit 9021 (Models 330, 340, 500,
    520, 580, 620, 640, 660, 720, 740, 820, 860, 900); 9121
    (Models 180, 190, 210, 260, 320, 440, 480, 490, 570, 610); or
    9221 (Models 120, 130, 150, 170, 200) to support Enterprise
    Systems Architecture/390 (TM) (ESA/390 (TM)).
o   An IBM ES/3090 (TM)-9000T processor (Models 15T, 17T, 18T, 25T,
    28T) that supports IBM Enterprise Systems Architecture/370 (TM)
    (ESA/370 (TM)) and can have optional ESA/390 facilities.
o   An IBM ES/3090 Model E, S, J, or JH processor at the appropriate
    engineering change (EC) level that supports the IBM Enterprise
    Systems Architecture/370.
o   An IBM ES/4381 (TM) Model Group 90E, 91E or 92E processor that
    supports the IBM Enterprise Systems Architecture/370.
o   Dynamic Reconfiguration Management (Dynamic I/O Configuration)
    requires an IBM ES/9000 Processor.  For more information, see IBM
    Product Announcement 190-130 and IBM Product Announcement
    190-125, dated September 5, 1990, and IBM Product Announcement
    191-161, dated September 11, 1991.
o   ESCON Multiple Image Facility, Asynchronous Pageout Facility,
    Logical String Assist, and ESCON CTC Channel Basic Mode support
    require selected ES/9000 processors.  For more information, see
    IBM Announcement 192-146, dated June 16, 1992.
           Installations requiring Hardware Configuration Definition
    (HCD) Dynamic Reconfiguration Management on processors using
    ESCON Multiple Image Facility to share ESCON channels among PR/SM
    (TM) logical partitions will require MVS/ESA SP Version 4
    Release 3.
o   Enhanced LPAR mode operation is supported on all PR/SM capable
    IBM processors in hardware configurations of two or more CPs with
    the exception of the ES/9000 Processor Unit 9221 Model 200.
           The enhanced LPAR dispatcher, available on ES/9000
    Model 520-based processors at SEC228150, in combination with
    MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3, provides additional capacity
    improvements.  (For additional information, see Product
    Announcements 193-034 and 193-033, dated February 9, )
o   Central storage requirements will be available at general
    availability.
SCREENVIEW REQUIREMENTS
For more information, see Programming Announcement 292-314, dated
June 16, 1992.
o   Programmable workstation
o   PS/2 (R)(or equivalent) with 8MB storage capable of supporting
    OS/2 (R) EE Version 1.3 or higher.  For better performance, 12MB
    and a PS/2 containing an 80386 processor are recommended.  (Also
    required for HCD graphical user interface feature.)
o   Host-programmable workstation connection for ScreenView
    installation.
           Programmable workstation having a host connection via the
    OS/2 EE Communications Manager and 3270 terminal emulation.
o   Host-programmable workstation connection for ScreenView Data
    Transmission Support.
o   On the programmable workstation, a communication adapter card
    supporting one of the following:
    -   Etherand
    -   IBM PCNetwork
    -   Token-Ring
    -   SDLC
    -   X.25 DLC
    -   3270 Connection (DFT) (if OS/2 Extended Services/2 1.0 is
        used)
    -   On the host, connection through any one of the following
        communication controllers (or equivalents):
    -   IBM 3720
    -   IBM 3725
    -   IBM 3745
    -   IBM 3174 with Configuration Support B or C and the
        corresponding RPQ.
 (R) Registered trademark of International Business Machines
   Corporation.
OPENEDITION HARDWARE ENVIRONMENT

TERMINAL INTERFACE:  The extended user interface support allows
existing hardware (terminals, workstations, networks, etc.) and
existing telecommunications software (ACF/VTAM (TM), TCP/IP, etc.)
that run on MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 to be used.
3270 SUPPORT:  Most 3270 type terminals or 3270 emulators in an
MVS/ESA network from which a user can interactively logon to TSO/E is
supported by OpenEdition Services and includes,
o   Real and emulated 3270s in an ACF/VTAM (TM) SNA network which
    satisfy the following.
    -   The terminal must support an EBCDIC character set.
    -   Minimum screen size is 24x80.
    -   The terminal must be known to TSO/VTAM as a full screen
        device.  OpenEdition Services uses full screen mode.
    -   The terminal must support upper and lower case characters.
    -   A minimum of 12 PF keys are required.
o   UNIX workstations and other workstations in a TCP/IP network that
    support the TELNET 3270 (TN3270) client function.
    NOTE: Only canonical mode as defined by POSIX 1003.1 Section 7 is
    supported.  Canonical mode defines line mode input/output to a
    terminal, therefore OpenEdition applications must use line mode
    terminal interaction.
    NOTE: DBCS data is not supported by OpenEdition Services from
    3270 terminals.
o   The OMVS command supports customized PF keys to scroll
    backward/forward, display HELP, hide input typed into the command
    line, refresh the screen, retrieve previous commands, and enter
    TSO commands.
PSEUDO-TTY SUPPORT:  The OMVS command, in conjunction with the
pseudo-tty functions, maps and transforms a 3270 TSO/E terminal
interface and user externals to the POSIX 1003.1 defined terminal
interface expected by POSIX compliant user processes, including the
POSIX 1003.2 Shell.  This mapping consists of the following:
o   Use of 3270 key sequences to emulate ASCII terminal control is
    supported.
           A set of system defined 3270 default key sequences which
    map to ASCII escape control values is supplied.  The user can
    tailor the system defaults to meet individual needs.
o   Translate tables which map the 3270 data stream to a pseudo-tty
    device driver for both control and data is provided.  Users can
    customize these tables to support various kinds of terminals.
PROGRAMMING REQUIREMENTS:  MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 requires
the following products or equivalents:
o   Assembler H Version 2 Release 1 (5668-962) with current
    maintenance
o   Device Support Facility (ICKDSF) Release 13 (5655-257)
o   MVS/DFP (TM) Version 3 Release 2 (5665-XA3) with program
    temporary fixes (PTFs) or higher or DFSMS/MVS Version 1 Release 1
    (5695-DF1) or higher
o   SMP/E Release 6 (5668-949) or higher for installation and
    maintenance
o   TIOC (5752-VS2) Feature numbers 5980/5981/5982 with PTF (these
    feature numbers will supply TIOC only, not the 3.8 base and are
    required only by new MVS customers).
       The following or equivalent must be installed at or above the
release levels specified below to operate with MVS/ESA SP Version 4
Release 3:
o   ACF/TCAM Version 2 Release 4 (5735-RC3) with PTF
o   ACF/VTAM Version 3 for MVS/XA (TM) (5665-289) with PTF (for
    migration only)
o   BTAM/SP (5665-279)
o   CICS/MVS (TM) Version 2 Release 1.1 (5665-403)
o   CICS/ESA (TM) Version 3 Release 1.1 (5685-083)
o   DATABASE 2 (TM) (DB2 (R)) Version 1 Release 3 (5740-XYR)
o   DFDSS Version 2 Release 5 (5665-327)
o   DFHSM Version 2 Release 6 (5665-329) with PTF
o   EREP Version 3 Release 5 (5658-260)
o   First Failure Support Technology/MVS (TM) (FFST/MVS (TM))
    Release 2 (5695-044)
o   Graphic Access Method/System Product (GAM/SP) Release 3
    (5668-978) with PTF
o   IMS/VS Version 1 Release 3 (5740-XX2)
o   IMS/VS Version 2 Release 2(5665-332) with PTF
o   IMS/ESA (R) Version 3 Release 1 (5665-409) with PTF
o   ISPF Version 3 Release 3 (5685-054)
o   ISPF/PDF Version 3 Release 3 (5665-402)
o   MVS/DITTO Version 1 Release 2 (5665-370)
o   MVS/SP (TM) Version 2 MICR/OCR feature (5695-047 or 5695-048)
    with PTF
o   NetView (R) Version 1 Release 3 MVS/XA (5665-362) (in
    compatibility mode) or MVS/ESA Version 1 Release 3 (5685-152)
    with PTF
o   IBM Operations Planning and Control/ESA (OPC (TM)/ESA) Version 1
    Release 1 (5695-007) with PTF
o   PSF/MVS  Version 1 Release 3 (5665-275) with PTF
o   RACF Version 1 Release 9 (5740-XXH)
o   RMF Version 4 Release 3 (5685-029)
o   Service Level Reporter (SLR) Version 3 Release 2 (5665-397)
o   System Display and Search Facility/MVS (SDSF/MVS) (5665-488)
    Release 3.3
o   Target System Control Facility (TSCF) (5688-139)
o   TSO/E Version 2 Release 1 (5685-025) with PTF
o   VPSS Version 1 Release 1 (5665-301) with PTF
o   VM/XA (TM) SP Release 2.1 (5664-308) (guest support only) or
    VM/ESA (R) Version 1 ESA Feature (5684-112) or later.
       To take advantage of MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 provided
functions, configurations that have the following installed require
these specified release levels or equivalent:
o   ACF/SSP Version 3 Release 6 (5665-338)
o   ACF/VTAM Version 3 Release 3 for MVS/ESA (5685-085) with PTF for
    APPC/MVS
o   ACF/VTAM Version 3 Release 4 for MVS/ESA (5685-085) for Dynamic
    Reconfiguration Management and additional APPC/MVS function
o   CICS/ESA Version 3 Release 3 (5685-083)
o   DATABASE 2 (DB2) Version 2 Release 3 (5665-DB2) with PTF
o   DFSMS/MVS Version 1 Release 1 (5695-DF1)
o   EREP Version 3 Release 5 (5658-260)
o   GAM/SP (5668-978) -- Release 3.1
o   GraphicsView/2 Version 1.1 (5706-087; part number 86F2512)
o   IMS/ESA Transaction Manager Version 4 Release 1 (5685-013)
o   ISPF Version 3 Release 3 (5685-054)
o   ISPF/PDF Version 3 Release 3 (5665-402)
o   MVS/SP Version 2 MICR/OCR feature (5695-047 or 5695-048) with PTF
o   NetView Version 2 Release 3 for MVS/ESA (5685-111)
o   IBM Operations Planning and Control/ESA (OPC/ESA) Version 1
    Release 1 (5695-007) with PTF
o   OS/2 Extended Edition Version 1 Release 3 (part numbers 15F7195
    or 15F7196) or IBM Extended Services for OS/2 (part numbers
    96F8326 or 96F8327)
o   PSF/MVS Version 2 Release 1 (5695-040)
o   RACF Version 1 Release 9.2 (5740-XXH)
o   RMF Version 4 Release 3 (5685-029)
o   RMF Version 4 Release 3 (5685-029) with PTF for OpenEdition
    services
o   SAA Networking Services/2 Version 1 (part number 86F22503)
o   Service Level Reporter (SLR) Version 3 Release 3 (5665-397)
o   System Display and Search Facility/MVS (SDSF/MVS) (5665-488)
    Release 3.3
o   TSO/E Version 2 Release 4 (5685-025)
o   VM/ESA Version 1 Release 2 (5684-112) (guest support only)
o   VPSS Version 1 Release 1 (5665-301) with PTF.
NOTE: APAR numbers for those products listed with PTF can be found in
MVS/ESA PLANNING: INSTALLATION FOR MVS/ESA SP VERSION 4 (GC28-1077).
NOTE: Implementing persistent verification receive requires ACF/VTAM
Version 3 Release 4, RACF Version 1 Release 9.2, and MVS/ESA SP
Version 4 Release 3, or equivalent products.
NOTE: Implementing the HCD graphical user interface feature requires:
o   ScreenView services
o   OS/2 Extended Edition Version 1.3 (part numbers 15F7195 or
    15F7196) with SAA Networking Services/2 (part number 86F2503) or
o   IBM Extended Services with OS/2 Version 2 (Part numbers 96F8326
    or 96F8327)
o   GraphicsView/2 Version 1.1 (5706-087) (part number 86F2512)
o   ACF/VTAM Version 3 Release 3 for MVS/ESA (5685-085) or higher.
NOTE: Where MVS is running as a V=V guest under VM/ESA Version 1
Release 2, MVS will use the existing synchronous expanded store
access facility.  For more information, see IBM Announcement 192-146,
dated June 16, 1992 or the publication, MVS/ESA PLANNING:
INSTALLATION FOR MVS/ESA SP VERSION 4 (GC28-1077).
NOTE: If the MVS/SP Version 2 MICR/OCR feature is already installed,
it does not have to be reinstalled.  However, it is recommended that

the corresponding MICR/OCR feature for MVS/ESA SP Version 4 be
ordered to ensure that the installation will continue to receive
service for this feature.
NOTE: IBM 3495 Tape Library Dataserver: MVS/ESA SP Version 4
Release 3 - JES3 Version 4 Release 2.1 (JES3 component with PTFs) or
higher is required for IBM 3495 Tape Library Dataserver support and
manual tape library support.
NOTE: RMF Version 4 Release 3 supports OpenEdition Services with new
and enhanced reports.
VIRTUAL STORAGE REQUIREMENTS:  Virtual storage requirements will be
provided at general availability.
SCREENVIEW REQUIREMENTS
For more information, see Programming Announcement 292-314, dated
June 16, 1992.
       Use of the ScreenView execution environment requires the
following for the OS/2 programmable workstation:
o   OS/2 Extended Edition (part numbers 15F7195 or 15F7196) (or
    OS/2 EE Japanese) Version 1.3 or later as the Workstation
    Operating System.
o   EASEL/2 (3) Runtime System Version 2.0 (5758-EC7) (optional) to
    run applications using an EASEL-PFE for list and text object
    presentation
o   EASEL Workbench with EASEL/2 Production Compiler Version 2
    (5758-EC0) including Runtime System (optional) to develop and run
    applications using an ADS-generated EASEL-PFE.
o   GraphicsView/2 Version 1.1 (5706-087; optional for graphical
    object presentation)
o   OS/2 Programming Tools and Information (5601-091) for application
    development
o   C/2 (TM) Compiler (5604-167) for application development or C
    Set/2 (part numbers 10G2996 or 10G3923).
       The following release levels or higher are prerequisites for
using ScreenView Data Transmission Support:
o   For OS/2
    -   OS/2 EE Version 1.3 (part numbers 15F7195 or 15F7196) or
        higher with IBM SAA Networking Services/2 Version 1 (part
        number 86F2503)  or
    -   OS/2 Version 2 (part numbers 84F7586 or 10G2991) with IBM
        Extended Services with OS/2 (part numbers 96F8326 or 96F8327)
        or
    -   IBM Extended Services with OS/2 (part numbers 96F8326 or
        96F8327).
o   For MVS/ESA
    -   MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 2 (5695-047; 5695-048)
    -   ACF/VTAM Version 3 Release 3 (5685-085) with PTF or Release 4
        if the 3174 channel model is used.
    -   ACF/NCP Version 4 Release 3.1 (5668-854), ACF/NCP Version 5
        Release 4 (5668-738), or ACF/NCP Version 6 (5668-231) --
        releases containing support for Node Type 2.1.
        NOTE: ACF/NCP Version 6 supports the 3745 only.
 (3) EASEL is a trademark of EASEL Corporation.
OPENEDITION SERVICES REQUIREMENTS
The following programs, or equivalent, at the latest announced
version or release level when OpenEdition becomes generally
available, must be installed to use OpenEdition Services.  Details
about version and release levels , prices and installation will be
available prior to general availability of OpenEdition.
o   TSO/E Version 2 Release 4 (5685-025)
o   DFSMS/MVS
o   SMP/E
o   RACF.
       In addition, the appropriate version and release of AD/Cycle
(R) C/370 and AD/Cycle LE/370, or equivalent, are required to use
OpenEdition services.  The first customer shipments of these products
will be by March 31, 1994 to a selected set of customers
participating in a validation program.  These shipments will indicate
that the IBM product quality objectives have been met.
       Once product availability readiness is confirmed by those
customers within their environments, IBM will provide availability
and ordering information.
       To take advantage of the OpenEdition Services, MVS/ESA SP
Version 4 Release 3 optionally requires the following programs to be
installed at or above the release level specified:
o   RMF Version 4 Release 3 (5685-029) with PTF
o   SDSF Release 3.3 (5665-488)
o   BookManager (R) READ/MVS Version 1 Release 2 (5695-046).
COMPATIBILITY:  The following features will be available on MVS/ESA
SP Version 4 Release 3:
o   An MVS/ESA support feature for OpenEdition Services
o   An OpenEdition Shell and Utilities feature
o   An OpenEdition Debugger.
       The MVS/ESA support feature enables support for POSIX
standards will be shipped as a feature on MVS/ESA SP Version 4
Release 3 at no additional charge.
NOTE: The TSO user interface requires TSO/E Version 2 Release 4 to be
installed on MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3.
       Included in the MVS/ESA support feature are the following
o   MVS/ESA operating system support as a base which supports POSIX
    1003.1, POSIX 1003.1a subset and POSIX 1003.4a subset
o   A set of user commands for managing the hierarchical file system
o   An ISPF Full Screen Interface and Edit facility
o   The assembler callable services interface
o   The operational commands for starting/stopping OpenEdition
    Services.
       The OpenEdition Shell and Utilities Feature will be shipped as
separately priced feature on MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3.
Included in the OpenEdition Shell and Utilities feature are the
following:
o   The OpenEdition Shell and Utilities.
o   User command support for activating the Shell and Utilities.
           The MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 OpenEdition support
    feature is a prerequisite for the Shell and Utilities.
       The OpenEdition Debugger Feature will be shipped as separately
priced feature on MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3.  The MVS/ESA SP
Version 4 Release 3 OpenEdition support feature and the Shell and
Utilities are prerequisites for the Debugger.  Included in the
OpenEdition Debugger feature is the dbx debugger.
       The hierarchical file system will be shipped in DFSMS/MVS, at
the then current release.
PERFORMANCE CONSIDERATIONS:  Performance information on MVS/ESA SP
Version 4 Release 3 BCP and APPC/MVS is scheduled to be provided at
General Availability through the Washington Systems Center.  To
request the information, contact your IBM representative.
OPENEDITION PERFORMANCE CONSIDERATIONS
Programs written for POSIX environments often require concurrent
multiple execution streams.  Generally, the fork system service is
used to create additional processes (children) which can execute
independently of the parent.
       MVS/ESA is particularly well suited to multiprocessing.  The
fork service of the OpenEdition environment will obtain a separate
address space for each child process.
       Threading services can also be used for programs that require
multiple concurrent execution streams.  Threads are based on a
multitasking model.  Applications using thread services may be
designed to use fewer system resources and less storage than similar
programs using fork.
       Users of the OMVS command or the shell program will require
more than one address space.  The shell program uses the fork service
during execution of some commands.
USER GROUP REQUIREMENTS:  This announcement satisfies or partially
satisfies 25 requirements from one or more of the world wide user
group communities, which include Australasian SHARE/GUIDE (ASG),
COMMON, COMMON Europe, GUIDE International, G.U.I.D.E.  Europe, Japan
GUIDE/SHARE (JGS), Guide Latin American (LAG), SHARE EUROPE and SHARE
Incorporated.
       Requirements listed below are in addition to those documented
in IBM Programming Announcement 292-308, dated June 16, 1992:
o   SHARE Requirements
    -   SMCMEX77008 -- TYPE 26 (JES2) Record SMF
    -   SBJES282207 --  JES2 Exit 5 and HASPCOMM Services
    -   SOJES285207 -- JES2 -- NJE Transmitter Controls
    -   SOJES285252 -- Printer Translation Control
    -   SOJES286251 -- JES2 Should Store the Node Name in Common
        Storage
    -   SOOSIS86801 -- New NJE Flag for Store-and-Forward
        Notification
    -   SOOSIS86810 -- NJE: Allow Installation to Control NJE
        Transmitter
    -   SMCMEX88005 -- Indicate Job Delay Due to Duplicate Jobname
    -   SOJES289010 -- Identify Type 26 SMF records created by spool

        offload/reload
    -   SOMVSE89119 -- Allow transmit and receive by TSO user Rnnn
    -   SMCMEX89002 -- Identify duplicate JES2 Type 26 SMF purge
        records
    -   SOJES292003 -- Enhance $DSPL command to be more sensitive
    -   SOJES292004 -- JES2:  Provide complete control of NJE Store
        and Forward
    -   SOJES390354 -- JES3 -- The *I Q,H command should allow
        selectivity
    -   SBMVSE84010 -- GRS Performance Enhancements
    -   SOMVSE86037 -- Warn TSO Users About Data Set ENQs
    -   SOMVSE91503 -- MVS Command to Display Issuer of DASD Reserve.
o   GUIDE Requirements
    -   GO1JS281008 -- Extend JES2 Output Fencing To NJE Facilities
    -   GO1JS283013 -- JES2 Command Exit Enhancements
    -   GO1JS291001 -- JES2 Make HASPSSSM RMODE ANY
    -   GO1JS291002 -- JES2 Automatic Initiator Restart
    -   GO1JS291004 -- JES2 Increase PIT ID Field Size
    -   GO1JS291005 -- JES2 SPOOL OFFLOAD documentation improvements
    -   GO1CPR92003 -- Jobs Should Not Hang Waiting for Devices
    -   GO1JS383011 -- Provide New Option on the *I Q,H Command.
PLANNING INFORMATION
INSTALLABILITY:  The IBM SoftwareXcel family of offerings is
available to reduce the time needed to reach the MVS/ESA platform by
performing many of the activities usually performed by the customer's
technical staff while improving the on-going system software service
environment.  Services ranging from enhanced electronic support to
customized product and service installation and system migration
services are available.
MIGRATION
The enhancements made to MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 may introduce
additional migration considerations.  Customers should review the
publications, MVS/ESA GENERAL INFORMATION FOR MVS/ESA SYSTEM PRODUCT
VERSION 4 (GC28-1600), MVS/ESA CONVERSION NOTEBOOK FOR MVS/ESA SYSTEM
PRODUCT VERSION 4 (GC28-1608), MVS/ESA MIGRATION PLANNING: DYNAMIC
I/O CONFIGURATION (GC28-1674), and MVS/ESA PLANNING:  INSTALLATION
AND MIGRATION FOR MVS/ESA SP VERSION 4 (GC28-1077).
SOFTWARE VENDORS:  Software vendors with products that run under
MVS/ESA or those vendors who are interested in porting applications
to MVS/ESA should inquire about early access to IBM software products
(current Early Test Programs (ETP)).  Interested vendors should
request to be placed on the MVS mailing list, or obtain assistance by
calling 1-800-553-1623 and selecting ETP technical support option or
by writing to:
    IBM Corporation
    Attn: ETP Advocate
    Software Vendor Systems Center
    9 Village Circle
    Roanoke, Texas  76262
PACKAGING:  MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 is scheduled for
availability via MVS CBPDO (5751-CS3) at general availability.
SUPPORT FROM VENDORS
The following companies have signed agreements with IBM stating their
intent to support their products on the OpenEdition MVS platform.
IBM makes no warranties with respect to the product(s) listed or the
accuracy of the information.  Listed products may not be available in
all countries.  For further information on product availability or
function, contact the appropriate vendors below:
Vendor Name                             Product(s)
Candle Corporation                      OMEGAMON (4)
2425 Olympic Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90404
800-843-3970
Computer Associates International, Inc  CA-ACF2 (5)
One Computer Associates Plaza           CA-Top Secret (5)
Islandia, NY 11788-7000
516-DIAL-CAI
Programart Corporation                  STROBE (6)
124 Mount Auburn Street                 APMPOWER (7)
Cambridge, MA   02138
617-661-3020
SAS Institute, Inc                      The SAS/C (7) Compiler
SAS Campus Drive                        The SAS (8) System
Cary, NC 27513
919-677-8000
 (4) OMEGAMON is a registered trademark of Candle Corporation.
 (5) CA-ACF2 and CA-Top Secret are registered trademarks of Computer
   Associates International, Inc.
 (6) STROBE is a registered trademark.
 (7) APMPOWER is a trademark of Programart Corporation.
 (8) SAS/C and SAS are registered trademarks of SAS Institute, Inc.
SYSTEM INTEGRITY
       IBM will accept APARs where the installation of MVS/ESA SP
Version 4 Release 3 introduces an exposure to the system integrity of
MVS.  Refer to Programming Announcement P81-174, dated
October 21, 1981.  This control program is intended to run
authorized.
SECURITY, AUDITABILITY AND CONTROL
       Data security and auditability in the MVS/ESA SP Version 4
Release 3 environment are enhanced by the functions available in
Resource Access Control Facility (RACF) licensed program (5740-XXH).
SECURITY APARS
IBM will continue to accept Security APARs for MVS/ESA SP Version 4
Release 3.  Security APARs are for reporting problems in existing
security mechanisms where the problem descriptions do not meet the
precise definition of system integrity, but do constitute an exposure
to the security of the system as a whole or to an IBM product which
runs on the system.  Originally announced in October, 1989 (IBM
Programming Announcement 289-581), this commitment is being enhanced,
as follows, to accept Security APARs when the installation or use of
this MVS product violates B1 criteria.
MVS B1 SUPPORT
Selected MVS/ESA products, collectively called a trusted computing
base (TCB), were evaluated by the United States Department of
Defense's National Computer Security Center (NCSC), found to meet the
criteria for a B1 level of trusted system, and posted on the
Evaluated Product List in September, 1990.  The following products,
along with specific service, were evaluated in 1990:
o   MVS/SP-JES2 Version 3 Release 1.3
o   MVS/SP-JES3 Version 3 Release 1.3
o   MVS/DFP Version 3 Release 1.1
o   ACF/VTAM Version 3 Release 3
o   TSO/E Version 2 Release 1.1
o   RACF Version 1 Release 9
o   PSF/MVS Version 1 Release 3.
       For more information on the IBM MVS/ESA JES2 and JES3 Security
System Packages, refer to IBM Programming Announcement 290-497, the
publication, MVS/ESA PLANNING:  B1 SECURITY FOR MVS/SP VERSION 3
(GC28-1800), or contact your customer marketing representative.
       Today, IBM is announcing that MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3
when running on ES/9000 systems with appropriate levels of the other
TCB products, is designed to meet the B1 criteria as it was applied
to the MVS/ESA TCB during the 1990 evaluation.  The criteria applied
was based on the TRUSTED COMPUTER SYSTEM EVALUATION CRITERIA (DOD
5200.28-STD) and included interpretations made by the NCSC and the
evaluation team.  The claim being made today is based solely on
security analysis and testing performed by IBM.  The updated TCB has
not been evaluated by the NCSC.  IBM will accept a Security APAR when
the installation or use of MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 violates
the B1 criteria.
       Analysis and testing has been performed by IBM on the support
added to MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 since MVS/ESA Version 3
Release 1.3 including Dynamic Reconfiguration Management and many
other features.  In addition, IBM hardware that has become available
since the TCB evaluation (for example, ES/9000 processors and 3900
printers) was included in the analysis and testing.  For more
information on the appropriate product levels, supported features,
and on limitations, refer to MVS/ESA PLANNING:  B1 SECURITY for
MVS/ESA Version 4 (GC28-1171), which will become available at MVS/ESA
SP Version 4 Release 3 general availability.
NOTE: OpenEdition Services has been designed to meet the criteria for
a C2 security and must be disabled in a B1 environment.
       User management is responsible for evaluation, selection, and
implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and
appropriate controls in application systems and communication
facilities.
ORDERING INFORMATION
       The advance publications for MVS/ESA SP-JES2 and JES3 listed
below are available now.  To order, contact your IBM marketing
representative.

                                                ORDER
TITLE                                           NUMBER
MVS/ESA General Information for
 System Product Version 4                       GC28-1600
MVS/ESA Planning:
 Installation and Migration
 for MVS/ESA SP Version 4                       GC28-1077
Introducing OpenEdition MVS                     GC23-3010
CURRENT LICENSEES
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
Current licensees of MVS/ESA SP Version 4 will be sent a program
reorder form which may be returned directly to IBM Software
Manufacturing and Delivery.  The mailing of these reorder forms is
scheduled to be completed two weeks after general availability, which
is scheduled for March 26, 1993.  Reorder forms returned to IBM
Software Manufacturing and Delivery will be processed within 10 work
days of receipt.
       Ordering information for the MVS/ESA support feature for
OpenEdition Services, the OpenEdition Shell and Utilities Feature,
and the OpenEdition Debugger will be provided prior to the planned
availability of March 25, 1994.
MVS/ESA SP-JES3 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
Current licensees of MVS/ESA SP Version 4 will be sent a program
reorder form which may be returned directly to IBM Software
Manufacturing and Delivery.  For MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 BCP
with JES3 Version 4 Release 3 (functionally equivalent to JES3
Version 4 Release 2.2) the mailing of these reorder forms is
scheduled to be completed two weeks after general availability of the
MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 BCP, which is scheduled for
March 26, 1993.  Reorder forms returned to IBM Software Manufacturing
and Delivery will be processed within 10 work days of receipt.
       Ordering information for the MVS/ESA support feature for
OpenEdition Services, the OpenEdition Shell and Utilities Feature,
and the OpenEdition Debugger Feature will be provided prior to the
planned availability of March 25, 1994.
NEW LICENSES:
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
Orders for new licenses will be accepted now.
       Unless a later date is specified orders entered prior to the
planned availability date will be assigned a schedule date of one
week following the order entry.
       Orders entered with a scheduled date prior to the planned
availability date will be shipped MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 2.2.
       Orders entered with a scheduled shipment date after planned
availability will be shipped MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3.  Unless
a later date is specified, an order is scheduled for the week
following order entry.
       New users of MVS/ESA SP-JES2 Version 4 should specify:
         TYPE           MODEL
         5695           047
MVS/ESA SP-JES3 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
Orders for new licenses will be accepted now.
       Unless a later date is specified orders entered prior to the
planned availability date will be assigned a schedule date of one
week following order entry.
       Orders entered with a scheduled date prior to the planned
availability date will be shipped MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 2.2.
       Orders entered with a scheduled shipment date after planned
availability will be shipped MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3.  The
JES3 Version 4 Release 3 component included is functionally
equivalent to JES3 Version 4 Release 2.2 (FMID HJS4421).  Unless a
later date is specified, an order is scheduled for one week following
order entry.
       New users of MVS/ESA SP-JES3 Version 4 should specify:
         TYPE           MODEL
         5695           048
BASIC LICENSE:
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
To order a basic license specify the program number and feature
number 9001 for asset registration.  For a graduated one-time charge
or graduated monthly license charge specify one of the following
feature numbers as applicable and corresponding to the group that
contains the designated machine.
       Also, specify the feature number of the desired distribution
medium.  Specify the feature number for the Workstation Master Media
distribution.  The workstation master cannot be used until a
workstation feature for one-time charge is ordered.
                 BASIC                    BASIC
               GRADUATED                GRADUATED
            ONE-TIME CHARGE       MONTHLY LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        FEATURE NUMBER           FEATURE NUMBER
 18               0644                     0640
 20               0645                     0641
 25               2209                     2200
 28               2210                     2201
 29               0646                     0642
 30               2211                     2202
 31               0647                     0643
 32               2212                     2203
 35               2213                     2204
 38               2214                     2205
 40               2215                     2206
 50               2216                     2207
 60               2217                     2208
 70               0810                     0808
 80               0818                     0816
MULTIPLE OPERATING SYSTEM -- PR/SM (MOSP):  For a graduated one-time
charge or graduated monthly license charge specify the following
feature numbers, corresponding to the group that contains the
designated machine.
               MOSP BASIC               MOSP BASIC
               GRADUATED            GRADUATED MONTHLY
            ONE-TIME CHARGE           LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        FEATURE NUMBER           FEATURE NUMBER
 18               3735                     3720
 20               3736                     3721
 25               3737                     3722
 28               3738                     3723
 29               3739                     3724
 30               3740                     3725
 31               3741                     3726
 32               3742                     3727
 35               3743                     3728
 38               3744                     3729
 40               3745                     3730
 50               3746                     3731
 60               3747                     3732
 70               3748                     3733
 80               3749                     3734
NOTE: The group can be determined by referring to the Exhibit for IBM
System/370 (TM) and System/390 (R) Machines (Z125-3901) or the
Exhibit for Non-IBM Machines (Z125-3902); that are associated with
the IBM Customer Agreement (Z125-4575).
       To order the Workstation feature, a separate order must be
processed.  Specify program number and feature number 9998 for asset
registration.  Specify feature number for one-time charge and the
desired quantity, (maximum 250).
                                      Workstation Feature
Workstation Feature                     One-Time Charge
   Description                           Feature Number
ScreenView Feature Workstation
 Copy (order one per ScreenView
 workstation)
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 Version 4                     2010
 Release 3 (5695-047)
MVS/ESA SP-JES3 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
To order a basic license specify the program number and feature
number 9001 for asset registration.  For a graduated one-time charge
or graduated monthly license charge specify one of the following
feature numbers as applicable and corresponding to the group that
contains the designated machine.
       Also, specify the feature number of the desired distribution
medium.  Specify the feature number for the Workstation Master Media
distribution.  The workstation master cannot be used until a
workstation feature for one-time charge is ordered.
                 BASIC                    BASIC
               GRADUATED                GRADUATED
            ONE-TIME CHARGE       MONTHLY LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        FEATURE NUMBER           FEATURE NUMBER
 18               0664                     0660
 20               0665                     0661

 25               2249                     2240
 28               2250                     2241
 29               0666                     0662
 30               2251                     2242
 31               0667                     0663
 32               2252                     2243
 35               2253                     2244
 38               2254                     2245
 40               2255                     2246
 50               2256                     2247
 60               2257                     2248
 70               0814                     0812
 80               0822                     0820
MULTIPLE OPERATING SYSTEM -- PR/SM (MOSP):  For a graduated one-time
charge or graduated monthly license charge specify the following
feature numbers, corresponding to the group that contains the
designated machine.
               MOSP BASIC               MOSP BASIC
               GRADUATED            GRADUATED MONTHLY
            ONE-TIME CHARGE           LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        FEATURE NUMBER           FEATURE NUMBER
 18               3795                     3780
 20               3796                     3781
 25               3797                     3782
 28               3798                     3783
 29               3799                     3784
 30               3800                     3785
 31               3801                     3786
 32               3802                     3787
 35               3803                     3788
 38               3804                     3789
 40               3805                     3790
 50               3806                     3791
 60               3807                     3792
 70               3808                     3793
 80               3809                     3794
NOTE: The group can be determined by referring to the Exhibit for IBM
System/370 and System/390 Machines (Z125-3901) or the Exhibit for
Non-IBM Machines (Z125-3902); that are associated with the IBM
Customer Agreement (Z125-4575).
       To order the Workstation feature, a separate order must be
processed.  Specify program number and feature number 9998 for asset
registration.  Specify feature number for one-time charge and the
desired quantity, (maximum 250).
                                      Workstation Feature
Workstation Feature                     One-Time Charge
   Description                           Feature Number
ScreenView Feature Workstation
Copy(order one per ScreenView
workstation)
  MVS/ESA SP-JES3                             2011
    Version 4
BASIC MACHINE-READABLE MATERIAL:  To order, select the feature
numbers of the desired distribution medium.
       Users of MVS/ESA SP-JES2 Version 4 Release 3 and MVS/ESA
SP-JES3 Version 4 Release 3 must select one of the following
features:
FEATURE
NUMBER                  DISTRIBUTION MEDIUM
5810                    9/1600 bpi tape
5811                    9/6250 bpi tape
5812                    3480 tape cartridge
       Users of MICR/OCR devices must order one of the following
features:
FEATURE
NUMBER                  DISTRIBUTION MEDIUM
5850*                   9/1600 bpi tape
5851*                   9/6250 bpi tape
5852*                   3480 tape cartridge
       Users of ES Connection Director must order one of the
following features:
FEATURE
NUMBER                  DISTRIBUTION MEDIUM
5870*                   9/1600 bpi tape
5871*                   9/6250 bpi tape
5872*                   3480 tape cartridge
       Users of ScreenView must order one of the following features:
FEATURE
NUMBER                  DISTRIBUTION MEDIUM
5880*                   9/1600 bpi tape
5881*                   9/6250 bpi tape
5882*                   3480 tape cartridge
       Users of HCD graphical user interface must order one of the
following features:
FEATURE
NUMBER                  DISTRIBUTION MEDIUM
5830*                   9/1600 bpi tape
5831*                   9/6250 bpi tape
5832*                   3480 tape cartridge
       For Extended Recovery Facility (XRF) registration, specify
feature number 5849.
       * Contains 'RESTRICTED MATERIAL OF IBM"
       * Contains 'RESTRICTED MATERIAL OF IBM"
CUSTOMIZATION OPTIONS
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3 AND MVS/ESA SP-JES3 VERSION 4
RELEASE 3
Select the appropriate feature number(s) to customize your order to
specify the delivery options desired.  These features can be
specified on the initial or MES orders.
       Example:  If publications are not desired for the initial
order, and for future updates, specify feature numbers 3470 to ship
media only, and 3480 to ship media updates only.  In the future if
publication updates were required, order an MES to remove feature
number 3480, and the publications will ship with the next release for
the program.
INITIAL SHIPMENTS
FEATURE     DESCRIPTION
3444        Serial Number Only (suppresses shipment of
             media and documentation)
3470        Ship Media Only (suppresses initial
             shipment of documentation)
3471        Ship Documentation Only (suppresses initial
             shipment of media)
UPDATE SHIPMENTS
FEATURE     DESCRIPTION
3480        Ship Media Updates Only (suppresses update
             shipment of documentation)
3481        Ship Documentation Only (suppresses update
             shipment of media)
3482        Suppress Updates (suppresses update
             shipment of media and documentation)
OPTIONAL MACHINE-READABLE MATERIAL:  To order, select the feature
number for the desired distribution medium:
FEATURE
NUMBER                        DISTRIBUTION MEDIUM
7029*                         9/1600 bpi tape
7031*                         9/6250 bpi tape
7081*                         3480 tape cartridge
DSLO LICENSE:  To order a DSLO license, specify the program number,
feature number 9901 for asset registration, and the feature number
for a graduated one-time charge or graduated monthly license charge
that corresponds to the group containing the designated machine.
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
                  DSLO                     DSLO
               GRADUATED                GRADUATED
            ONE-TIME CHARGE       MONTHLY LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        FEATURE NUMBER           FEATURE NUMBER
 18               0652                     0648
 20               0653                     0649
 25               2227                     2218
 28               2228                     2219
 29               0654                     0650
 30               2229                     2220
 31               0655                     0651
 32               2230                     2221
 35               2231                     2222
 38               2232                     2223
 40               2233                     2224
 50               2234                     2225
 60               2235                     2226
 70               0811                     0809
 80               0819                     0817
MULTIPLE OPERATING SYSTEM -- PR/SM (MOSP):  For a graduated one-time
charge or graduated monthly license charge specify the following
feature numbers corresponding to the group that contains the
designated machine.
               MOSP DSLO                MOSP DSLO
               GRADUATED                GRADUATED
            ONE-TIME CHARGE       MONTHLY LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        FEATURE NUMBER           FEATURE NUMBER
 18               3765                     3750
 20               3766                     3751
 25               3767                     3752
 28               3768                     3753
 29               3769                     3754
 30               3770                     3755

 31               3771                     3756
 32               3772                     3757
 35               3773                     3758
 38               3774                     3759
 40               3775                     3760
 50               3776                     3761
 60               3777                     3762
 70               3778                     3763
 80               3779                     3764
MVS/ESA SP - JES3 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
                  DSLO                     DSLO
               GRADUATED                GRADUATED
            ONE-TIME CHARGE       MONTHLY LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        FEATURE NUMBER           FEATURE NUMBER
 18               0672                     0668
 20               0673                     0669
 25               2267                     2258
 28               2268                     2259
 29               0674                     0670
 30               2269                     2260
 31               0675                     0671
 32               2270                     2261
 35               2271                     2262
 38               2272                     2263
 40               2273                     2264
 50               2274                     2265
 60               2275                     2266
 70               0815                     0813
 80               0823                     0821
MVS/ESA SP-JES3 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
MULTIPLE OPERATING SYSTEM -- PR/SM (MOSP):  For a graduated one-time
charge or graduated monthly license charge specify the following
feature numbers corresponding to the group that contains the
designated machine.
               MOSP DSLO                MOSP DSLO
               GRADUATED                GRADUATED
            ONE-TIME CHARGE       MONTHLY LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        FEATURE NUMBER           FEATURE NUMBER
 18               3825                     3810
 20               3826                     3811
 25               3827                     3812
 28               3828                     3813
 29               3829                     3814
 30               3830                     3815
 31               3831                     3816
 32               3832                     3817
 35               3833                     3818
 38               3834                     3819
 40               3835                     3820
 50               3836                     3821
 60               3837                     3822
 70               3838                     3823
 80               3839                     3824
       Ordering a DSLO feature will result in IBM maintaining a
record of this customer location as a DSLO user only.  All material
for the DSLO license must be ordered by the basic licensee.  If a
user selects DSLO, no other feature numbers are valid for this order
and no program materials or updates will be shipped.
UNLICENSED DOCUMENTATION:  A memo, program directory, and one copy of
the following publications are supplied automatically with the basic
machine-readable material.  OpenEdition feature publications will be
shipped only if the OpenEdition features are ordered.
                                                FORM
TITLE                                           NUMBER     JES2 JES3
MVS/ESA and Storage Systems Courses             GR20-5043   X    X
INTRODUCTION/EVALUATION
MVS/ESA JES2 Introduction (V4)                  GC23-0080   X
MVS/ESA JES3 Introduction (V4)                  GC23-0086        X
MVS/ESA General Information for MVS/ESA
 System Product Version 4                       GC28-1600   X    X
MVS/ESA System Product-JES2 Version 4
 Release 3 Licensed Program Specifications (9)  GC28-1598   X
MVS/ESA Version 4 JES3
 Licensed Program Specifications (9)            GC28-1599        X
MVS/ESA Software Vendor Product Directory       GC28-1595   X    X
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
MVS/ESA Library Guide for MVS/ESA System
 Product Version 4                              GC28-1601   X    X
MVS/ESA Master Index for MVS/ESA System
 Product Version 4 (9)                          GC28-1602   X    X
MVS/ESA JES2 Master Index                       GC28-1073   X
MVS/ESA JES3 Master Index                       GC28-1142        X
MVS/ESA SP Version 4 3495 Tape Library
 Dataserver Support                             GC28-1694   X    X
INSTALLATION
MVS/ESA Planning: Installation and Planning
 for MVS/ESA SP V4                              GC28-1077   X    X
MVS/ESA Program Directory:  JES2                GC28-1610   X
MVS/ESA Program Directory:  JES3                GC28-1611        X
MVS/ESA System Data Set Definition (V4)         GC28-1612   X    X
MVS/ESA Remote Workstation Generation (V4)      GC28-1613   X    X
CONVERSION
MVS/ESA Conversion Notebook for MVS/ESA System
 Product Version 4                              GC28-1608   X    X
MVS/ESA JES3 Conversion Notebook for MVS/SP
 Version 3                                      GC23-0079        X
MVS/ESA JES2 Conversion Notebook (V4)           GC23-0081   X
MVS/ESA JES3 Conversion Notebook (V4)           GC23-0087        X
MVS/XA Conversion Notebook for System
 Product Version 2                              GC28-1567   X    X
MVS/ESA Conversion Notebook for System Product
 Version 3                                      GC28-1568   X    X
SECURITY
MVS/ESA Planning: Security                      GC28-1604   X    X
MVS/ESA Planning: B1 Security                   GC28-1171   X    X
COMPREHENSIVE
MVS/ESA Support for I/O Timing Facility         GC28-1137   X    X
 (9) Not available in displayable softcopy form shipped on CD-ROM.
                                                FORM
TITLE                                           NUMBER     JES2 JES3
APPC/MVS COMMUNICATIONS
MVS/ESA Planning: APPC Management               GC28-1110   X    X
MVS/ESA APPC/MVS Handbook for the OS/2
 System Administrator                           GC28-1133   X    X
OPERATIONS
MVS/ESA Planning: Operations (V4)               GC28-1625   X    X
MVS/ESA System Commands (V4)                    GC28-1626   X    X
MVS/ESA System Commands Reference
 Summary (V4) (9)                               GX22-0015   X    X
MVS/ESA JES2 Commands (V4)                      GC23-0084   X
MVS/ESA JES3 Commands (V4)                      GC23-0090        X
MVS/ESA JES2 Command Reference Summary (V4) (9) GX22-0017   X
MVS/ESA JES3 Command Reference Summary (V4) (9) GX23-0021        X
I/O CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT
MVS/ESA Planning:  Dynamic
 I/O Configuration (V4)                         GC28-1674   X    X
MVS/ESA MVS Configuration Program (V4)          GC28-1615   X    X
MVS/ESA Hardware Configuration Definition:
 Users' Guide  (V4)                             GC33-6457   X    X
MVS/ESA Hardware Configuration Definition:
 Programmer's Reference                         SC33-6468   X    X
MVS/ESA Hardware Configuration Definition:
 Messages                                       SC33-6467   X    X
MVS/ESA Device Validation Support (V4)          GC28-1617   X    X
MVS/ESA OLTEP (V4)                              GC28-1618   X    X
MULTI-SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT
MVS/ESA Planning:  Sysplex Management (V4)      GC28-1620   X    X
MVS/ESA Planning: Global Resource
 Serialization (V4)                             GC28-1621   X    X
Network Job Entry Formats and Protocols (9)     SC23-0070   X    X
INITIALIZATION AND TUNING
MVS/ESA Initialization and Tuning Guide (V4)    GC28-1634   X    X
MVS/ESA Initialization and Tuning
Reference (V4)                                  GC28-1635   X    X
MVS/ESA JES2 Initialization and Tuning
  Guide (V4)                                    SC23-0082   X
MVS/ESA JES2 Initialization and Tuning
  Reference (V4)                                SC23-0083   X
MVS/ESA JES3 Initialization and Tuning
 Guide (V4)                                     SC23-0088        X

MVS/ESA JES3 Initialization and Tuning
 Reference (V4)                                 SC23-0089        X
ACCOUNTING
MVS/ESA System Management Facilities
 (SMF) (V4)                                     GC28-1628   X    X
PROBLEM DETERMINATION AND RECOVERY
MVS/ESA Planning: Problem Determination
 and Recovery (V4)                              GC28-1629   X    X
MVS/ESA Interactive Problem Control System      GC28-1630   X    X
 (IPCS) Customization
MVS/ESA Recovery and Reconfiguration
 Guide (V4)                                     GC28-1624   X    X
 (9) Not available in displayable softcopy form shipped on CD-ROM.
                                                FORM
TITLE                                           NUMBER     JES2 JES3
CUSTOMIZATION
MVS/ESA Installation Exits (V4)                 GC28-1637   X    X
MVS/ESA System Modifications (V4)               GC28-1636   X    X
MVS/ESA JES2 Customization (V4)                 GC23-0100   X
APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT:  GUIDANCE
MVS/ESA Application Development:  Callable
 Services for High Level Languages (V4)         GC28-1639   X    X
MVS/ESA Application Development:  Writing
 Servers for APPC/MVS                           GC28-1070   X    X
MVS/ESA Application Development:  Authorized
 Authorized Callable Services (V4)              GC28-1112   X    X
MVS/ESA Application Development Guide:
 Assembler Language Programs (V4)               GC28-1644   X    X
MVS/ESA Application Development Guide:
 Authorized Assembler Language Programs (V4)    GC28-1645   X    X
MVS/ESA Application Development Guide:
 Extended Addressability (V4)                   GC28-1652   X    X
MVS/ESA Application Development Guide:
 Batch Local Shared Resources Subsystem (V4)    GC28-1672   X    X
MVS/ESA Application Development Guide:
 Hiperbatch (TM) (V4)                           GC28-1673   X    X
MVS/ESA Application Development:
 Writing Transaction Programs for APPC/MVS      GC28-1121   X    X
MVS/ESA JCL User's Guide (V4)                   GC28-1653   X    X
MVS/ESA:  Using the Functional Subsystem
 Interface (10)                                 GC28-1638   X    X
APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT:  REFERENCE
MVS/ESA Application Development Reference:
 Services for Assembler Language Programs (V4)  GC28-1642   X    X
MVS/ESA Application Development Reference:
Services for Authorized Assembler Language
 Programs, Volume 1 (V4)                        GC28-1647   X    X
MVS/ESA Application Development Reference:
Services for Authorized Assembler Language
 Programs, Volume 2 (V4)                        GC28-1648   X    X
MVS/ESA Application Development Reference:
Services for Authorized Assembler Language
 Programs, Volume 3 (V4)                        GC28-1649   X    X
MVS/ESA Application Development Reference:
Services for Authorized Assembler Language
 Programs, Volume 4 (V4)                        GC28-1650   X    X
MVS/ESA JCL Reference (V4)                      GC28-1654   X    X
MVS/ESA TSO Programming (V4)                    GC28-1671   X    X
MVS/ESA External Security Interface (RACROUTE)
 Macro Reference for MVS and VM                 GC28-1366   X    X
MESSAGES
MVS/ESA System Messages Volume 1 (V4)           GC28-1656   X    X
MVS/ESA System Messages Volume 2 (V4)           GC28-1657   X    X
MVS/ESA System Messages Volume 3 (V4)           GC28-1658   X    X
MVS/ESA System Messages Volume 4 (V4)           GC28-1659   X    X
MVS/ESA System Messages Volume 5 (V4)           GC28-1660   X    X
MVS/ESA Dump Output Messages (V4)               GC28-1662   X    X
MVS/ESA System Codes (V4)                       GC28-1664   X    X
MVS/ESA Routing and Descriptor Codes (V4)       GC28-1666   X    X
MVS/ESA JES2 Messages (V4)                      GC23-0085   X
MVS/ESA JES3 Messages (V4)                      GC23-0091        X
 (9) Not available in displayable softcopy form shipped on CD-ROM.
 (10) Publication GC28-1638 will not be available until July 1993.
   It will be autoshipped to current licensees.
                                               FORM
TITLE                                          NUMBER     JES2  JES3
DIAGNOSIS: TOOLS AND SERVICES
MVS/ESA Interactive Problem Control
 System (IPCS) User's Guide (V4)               GC28-1631   X     X
MVS/ESA Interactive Problem Control System
 (IPCS) Command Reference (V4)                 GC28-1632   X     X
MVS/ESA Interactive Problem Control System
(IPCS) Reference Summary (V4) (9)              GX22-0016   X     X
MVS/ESA Service Aids (V4)                      GC28-1669   X     X
MVS/ESA SYS1.LOGREC Error Recording (V4)       GC28-1670   X     X
SCREENVIEW
ScreenView General Information Manual          GC33-6450   X     X
ScreenView User's Guide                        SC33-6451   X     X
ScreenView Application Developer's Guide       SC33-6452   X     X
ScreenView Application Developer's Reference   SC33-6453   X     X
OPENEDITION SERVICES
Introducing OpenEdition MVS                    GC23-3010   X     X
       The following OpenEdition publications will be available at
the general availability of OpenEdition Services:
OPENEDITION SERVICES
MVS/ESA OpenEdition POSIX.1 Conformance
 Document                                    GC23-3011      X    X
MVS/ESA OpenEdition User's Guide             SC23-3013      X    X
MVS/ESA OpenEdition Command Reference        SC23-3014      X    X
MVS/ESA Planning: OpenEdition Management     SC23-3015      X    X
MVS/ESA OpenEdition Management Supplement    SC23-3016      X    X
MVS/ESA Application Programming Reference:
OpenEdition Assembler Callable Services      SC23-3020      X    X
MVS/ESA OpenEdition Support Feature Program
  Directory                                  GC23-3021 (9)  X    X
OPENEDITION SHELL AND UTILITIES FEATURE
MVS/ESA OpenEdition Shell and Utilities
 Feature Program Directory                   GC23-3022 (9)  X    X
MVS/ESA OpenEdition POSIX .2 Conformance
 Document OpenEdition Debugger Feature       GC23-3012      X    X
MVS/ESA OpenEdition Debugger Feature
 Program Directory                           GC23-3033 (9)  X    X
 (9) Not available in displayable softcopy form shipped on CD-ROM.
NOTE: Program directories for the MVS/ESA Support Feature for
OpenEdition, the OpenEdition Shell and Utilities feature, and the
OpenEdition Debugger feature will be shipped as informal documents.
The order number given here may be used to order additional copies.
       Customers who order the MICR/OCR feature, also receive Source
Listings -- MICR/OCR, SJB2-9017.
       Additional copies of unlicensed publications will be available
for a fee after product availability.  These copies may be ordered
from your IBM marketing representative, through the System Library
Subscription Service (SLSS) or by direct order.
       DISPLAYABLE SOFTCOPY PUBLICATIONS -- CD-ROM
       MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 publications are offered in
displayable softcopy form.  All unlicensed manuals are included
except for those listed with a superscript  (9) in the list of
unlicensed documentation.  The displayable manuals are optional
machine-readable material.  The files are shipped on CD-ROM on the
IBM Online Library MVS Base Collection Kit.  The first copy of the
collection kit is available at no extra charge by specifying the 7140
feature number.  Use the form number SK2T-0710 to order additional
copies of the IBM Online Library MVS Base Collection Kit, after
product availability, for a fee.  These copies may be ordered from
your IBM marketing representative through the System Library
Subscription Service (SLSS) or by direct order.
       This collection kit may also be ordered as separately priced
features under the Library Offering (5636-PUB).  The charge for the
Library Offering (5636-PUB) will be an annual subscription charge,
which will include all of the releases shipped during the 12 months
following the order date.  See IBM Announcement 292-450, dated
August 25, 1992, for additional details.
When ordering this collection kit on CD-ROM via Library Offering,

(5636-PUB) two feature codes must be specified:  feature code 2001 is
the billing code and feature code 5001 is a no-charge medium specify
code.
US DISPLAYABLE SOFTCOPY PUBLICATIONS -- 3480 CARTRIDGE:  MVS/ESA SP
Version 4 Release 3 publications are offered in displayable softcopy
form.  All unlicensed manuals are included except for those listed
with a superscript  (9) in the list of unlicensed documentation.  The
displayable manuals are optional machine-readable material.  The
files are shipped on 3480 cartridge as part of the IBM Online Library
MVS Base Collection Kit.  A copy may be ordered from your IBM
marketing representative through the SLSS or by direct order using
form number SK2T-0709 for a fee.
       This collection kit may also be ordered as separately priced
features under the Library Offering (5636-PUB).  The charge for the
(5636-PUB) Library Offering will be an annual subscription charge,
which will include all of the releases shipped during the 12 months
following the order date.  See IBM Announcement 292-450, dated
August 25, 1992, for additional details.
       When ordering this collection kit on 3480 cartridge via
Library Offering (5636-PUB), two feature codes must be specified:
feature code 2002 is the billing code and feature code 5002 is a
no-charge medium specify code.
       Feature codes 5822, 3480 tape cartridge, and 2098, source
publication charge, previously announced in IBM Programming
Announcement 292-308, are withdrawn, effective immediately, and
replaced with the Library Offering.
DISPLAYABLE SOFTCOPY PUBLICATIONS
LICENSED PUBLICATIONS:
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
In addition to the online collection kit, which contains only
unlicensed documentation, licensed documentation for MVS/ESA SP-JES2
Version 4 Release 3 will be available on CD-ROM(LK2T-0703) as an
optional no-charge feature using the feature code 7340 when ordering
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 Version 4 Release 3.  Additional copies of this
CD-ROM may be ordered on a charge basis using the feature number 8340
(price $30.00).
       The licensed documentation for MVS/ESA SP-JES2 Version 4
Release 3 will also be available on 3480 cartridge.  A copy may be
ordered, for a fee, by specifying the media feature number 5382 and
charge feature number 0082 (price $55.00).  The planned availability
date of this 3480 cartridge is April 23, 1993.
MVS/ESA SP-JES3 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
In addition to the online collection kit, which contains only
unlicensed documentation, licensed documentation for MVS/ESA SP-JES3
Version 4 Release 3 will be available on CD-ROM(LK2T-0705) as an
optional no-charge feature using the feature code 7340 when ordering
MVS/ESA SP-JES3 Version 4 Release 3.  Additional copies of this
CD-ROM may be ordered on a charge basis using the feature number 8440
(price $30).
       The licensed documentation for MVS/ESA SP-JES3 Version 4
Release 3 will also be available on 3480 cartridge.  A copy may be
ordered, for a fee, by specifying the media feature number 5382 and
charge feature number 0082 (price $55).  The planned availability
date of this 3480 cartridge is April 23, 1993.
LICENSED DOCUMENTATION:  The following licensed material will be
available from IBM after product availability.  To order, contact
your IBM marketing representative.
       The first copy is supplied automatically with the basic
machine-readable material.  Use the 8XXX feature number to order
additional copies for a fee.
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
                                                Additional
                                                Copies
                                     Form       Feature
Title                                Number     Number      Price
MVS/ESA JES2 Program
 Reference (V4)                      LY28-1030  8300        $17.25
MVS/ESA JES2 Diagnosis (V4)          LY28-1031  8302          5.95
MVS/ESA Diagnosis:  System
 Reference                           LY28-1820  8303         10.75
MVS/ESA Diagnosis:  Data Areas
 Vol 1                               LY28-1821  8304         26.50
MVS/ESA Diagnosis:  Data Areas
 Vol 2                               LY28-1822  8305         25.75
MVS/ESA Diagnosis:  Data Areas
 Vol 3                               LY28-1823  8306         25.25
MVS/ESA Diagnosis:  Data Areas
 Vol 4                               LY28-1824  8307         22.00
MVS/ESA Diagnosis:  Data Areas
 Vol 5                               LY28-1825  8308         19.50
MVS/ESA JES2 Data Areas (V4)         LY28-1827  8314         32.75
MVS/ESA Problem Determination
 Guide                               LY28-1667  8315         13.25
MVS/ESA JES2 Job Related Exits       LG66-3242  8316         15.60
MVS/ESA OpenEdition Diagnosis
 Supplement                          LY27-8073* 8317
NOTE: Ships with OpenEdition Services feature.
MVS/ESA SP-JES3 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
                                                Additional
                                                Copies
                                     Form       Feature
Title                                Number     Number      Price
MVS/ESA JES3 Customization (V4)      LY28-1026  8423        $55.50
MVS/ESA JES3 Diagnosis (V4)          LY28-1027  8424         22.00
MVS/ESA JES3 Diagnosis
 Reference                           LY28-1032  8425         12.00
MVS/ESA Diagnosis: System
 Reference                           LY28-1820  8403         10.75
MVS/ESA JES3 Data Areas Vol 1        LY28-1831  8431         43.50
MVS/ESA JES3 Data Areas Vol 2        LY28-1832  8432         46.50
MVS/ESA JES3 Data Areas Vol 3        LY28-1833  8433         48.75
MVS/ESA JES3 Data Areas Vol 4        LY28-1834  8434         44.75
MVS/ESA Diagnosis: Data Areas
 Vol 1                               LY28-1821  8404         26.50
MVS/ESA Diagnosis: Data Areas
 Vol 2                               LY28-1822  8405         25.75
MVS/ESA Diagnosis: Data Areas
 Vol 3                               LY28-1823  8406         25.25
MVS/ESA Diagnosis: Data Areas
 Vol 4                               LY28-1824  8407         22.00
MVS/ESA Diagnosis: Data Areas
 Vol 5                               LY28-1825  8408         19.50
MVS/ESA Problem Determination
 Guide                               LY28-1667  8430         13.25
MVS/ESA OpenEdition Diagnosis
 Supplement                          LY27-8073* 8435
NOTE: Ships with OpenEdition Services feature.
The optional licensed material listed below will be available from
IBM after product availability.  To order, contact your IBM marketing
representative.
The first copy is available, at no extra charge, to licensees of the
basic material by specifying the 7040 feature number.  Use the 8XXX
feature number to order additional copies for a fee.
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
                                                Additional
                                                Copies
                                     Form       Feature
Title                                Number     Number      Price
MVS/ESA Diagnosis:
 Component Reference                 LY28-1814  8309        $24.25
MVS/ESA Diagnosis:
 Using Dumps & Traces                LY28-1813  8310         28.50
MVS/ESA SP-JES3 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
                                                Additional
                                                Copies
                                     Form       Feature
Title                                Number     Number      Price
MVS/ESA Diagnosis: Component
 Reference                           LY28-1814  8409          $24.25
MVS/ESA Diagnosis: Using
 Dumps and Traces                    LY28-1813  8410           28.50
MVS/ESA JES3 Log Lib Vol 1  (V4)     LY28-1101  8426           10.75
MVS/ESA JES3 Log Lib Vol 2  (V4)     LY28-1102  8427           22.75
MVS/ESA JES3 Log Lib Vol 3  (V4)     LY28-1103  8428           25.00
MVS/ESA JES3 Log Lib Vol 4  (V4)     LY28-1104  8429           25.00
WITHDRAWAL OF SELECTED OPTIONAL MICROFICHE:  The following optional

microfiche and feature numbers are withdrawn, effective immediately:
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
FEATURE        ORDER
NUMBER         NUMBER                 TITLE
8048           LJB2-9624-00           MVS/ESA SP 4.3
8049           LJB2-9628-01           JES2 SRC Listings
8050           LJB2-9626-00           MVS/ESA SP 4.3.0
                                       English Feature
                                       (JBB43N0)
8392           LJB2-9587-00           Base TSO (HTO1310)
MVS/ESA SP-JES3 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3
FEATURE        ORDER
NUMBER         NUMBER                 TITLE
8051           LJB2-9624-00           MVS/ESA SP 43
8053           LJB2-9626-00           MVS/ESA SP 43
                                       English Feature (JBB43N0)
8492           LJB2-9587-00           Base TSO (HTO1310)
8052           LJB2-9607-00           JES3 SRC Listings
For customers with access to VPL (View Program Listings), such as
through SoftwareXcel Extended, the information included in the
withdrawn optional microfiche can be accessed, at general
availability, with the base product and PTF program listings.  Those
customers without access to VPL may contact their IBM representative.
The VPL facility provides online viewing of program listings.
Subsequent updates (technical newsletters or revisions between
releases) to the publications shipped with the product will be
distributed to the user of record for as long as a license for this
software remains in effect.  A separate publication order or
subscription is not needed.
NATIONAL LANGUAGE ORDERING INFORMATION
To order MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 3 Japanese message
translations, specify the feature codes listed.  These translations
will be available at general availability.  NLS material for MVS/ESA
SP Version 4 Release 3 will be available from CBIPO and CBPDO.
FEATURE
NUMBER                        DISTRIBUTION MEDIUM
5100*                         9/1600 bpi tape
5101*                         9/6250 bpi tape
5102*                         3480 tape cartridge
* Contains RESTRICTED MATERIALS OF IBM.
NOTE: Support for OpenEdition Services is not included in this
feature.
       To order ScreenView Japanese National Language Support,
specify the feature codes listed.
FEATURE
NUMBER                        DISTRIBUTION MEDIUM
6132*                         9/1600 bpi tape
6116*                         9/6250 bpi tape
6117*                         3480 tape cartridge
       To order the ScreenView Spanish National Language Support,
specify the feature codes listed.
FEATURE
NUMBER                        DISTRIBUTION MEDIUM
6133 *                        9/1600 bpi tape
6134 *                        9/6250 bpi tape
6135 *                        3480 tape cartridge
       To order the HCD graphical user interface Japanese National
Language Support, specify the feature codes listed.
FEATURE
NUMBER                        DISTRIBUTION MEDIUM
6161*                         9/1600 bpi tape
6162*                         9/6250 bpi tape
6163*                         3480 tape cartridge
OPTIONAL MACHINE-READABLE MATERIAL:  To order, select the feature
number for the desired distribution medium.
FEATURE
NUMBER                        DISTRIBUTION MEDIUM
7810*                         9/1600 tape
7811*                         9/6250 tape
7812*                         3480 cartridge
OPTIONAL MICROFICHE:  The following optional microfiche and feature
number is withdrawn, effective immediately.
                                               ADDITIONAL
                                               COPY
                                               FEATURE
FORM NUMBER       TITLE                        NUMBER
LJB2-9627         MVS/ESA SP  4.3.0            8663
                    Kanji Feature (JBB43J0)
       For customers with access to View Program Listings (VPL) such
as through SoftwareXcel Extended, the information included in the
withdrawn optional microfiche can be accessed, at general
availability, with the base product and PTF program listings.  Those
customers without access to VPL may contact their IBM representative.
The VPL facility provides online viewing of program listings.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
LICENSING:  The programs in this announcement are licensed under the
terms of the IBM Customer Agreement.
VARIABLE CHARGES APPLY:  Yes.
SYSTEM/390 MULTIPLE OPERATING SYSTEMS -- PR/SM (MOSP):  Charge Option
Attachment applies for graduated charge programs licensed to a
qualifying machine.
INSTALLATION LICENSE OR LOCATION LICENSE APPLIES:  No.  A separate
license is required for each machine on which the licensed program
materials will be used.
DISTRIBUTED FEATURES APPLY:  Yes.
       A 15% educational allowance is applicable toward eligible
license charges and is available to qualifying institutions in
accordance with the Educational Allowance Attachment.
       The educational allowance may not be added to any other
discount or allowance.
VOLUME DISCOUNT:  Not applicable.
VERSION UPGRADES:  Version-To-Version Upgrade Credits Apply:  Yes.
                                                          SINGLE
REPLACED PROGRAM(S)          REPLACEMENT PROGRAM(S)       VERSION
PROGRAM   PROGRAM            PROGRAM    PROGRAM          CHARGING
NUMBER    NAME               NUMBER      NAME             APPLIES
5695-047  MVS/ESA SP JES2 V4 To a follow on, if any         N/A
5695-048  MVS/ESA SP JES3 V4 To a follow on, if any         N/A
5685-001      MVS/SP JES2 V3  569-5047  MVS/ESA SP JES2 V4  Yes
5685-002      MVS/SP JES3 V3  569-5048  MVS/ESA SP JES3 V4  Yes
5740-XC6      MVS/SP JES2 V2  569-5047  MVS/ESA SP JES2 V4  Yes
5665-291      MVS/SP JES3 V2  569-5048  MVS/ESA SP JES3 V4  Yes
5740-XYS (11) MVS/SP JES2 V1  569-5047  MVS/ESA SP JES2 V4  Yes
5740-XYN (11) MVS/SP JES3 V1  569-5048  MVS/ESA SP JES3 V4  Yes
5740-XC6      MVS/SP JES2 V2  568-5001  MVS/SP JES2 V3      Yes (12)
5740-XYN (11) MVS/SP JES3 V1  568-5002  MVS/SP JES3 V3      Yes (12)
5740-XYS (11) MVS/SP JES2 V1  568-5001  MVS/SP JES2 V3      Yes (12)
5665-291      MVS/SP JES3 V2  568-5002  MVS/SP JES3 V3      Yes (12)
 (11) Version-to-version upgrade credits do not apply for these
   programs, which are available only for a monthly license charge.
 (12) The time-base upgrade credits and new requests for
   single-version charging will be available until October 1, 1993
   for these version upgrade combinations.
WARRANTED:  Yes.
LICENSED PROGRAM MATERIALS AVAILABILITY:  Restricted Materials --
Yes.  These licensed programs will be available with source licensed
program material for some modules designated as RESTRICTED MATERIALS
OF IBM.  In addition, some modules will be available without source
licensed program materials.  These modules will be available in
object code.  The remaining modules will be available with source
licensed program materials.
       Not applicable.
TESTING PERIOD:  Basic License -- Two months.
       DSLO -- Not applicable.
DISTRIBUTED WORKSTATION FEATURE:  Two month test will also apply to
the first order of a workstation feature.
PROGRAM SERVICES:  Central Service, including the IBM Support Center,
will be available until discontinued by IBM upon six months' written
notice.  Central Service, including the IBM Support Center, for DSLO
licenses will be provided only through the customer location
designated for the basic license.
PROGRAM CURRENCY:  Program services previously announced for MVS/ESA
SP Version 4 Release 1 BCP (FMID HBB4410, JBB44J1, JBB44N1) and
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 Version 4 Release 1 (FMID HJE4410, JJE44N1, JJE44J1)
will be available until March 31, 1994.
       Program services previously announced for the ESCON Multiple
Image feature for MVS/ESA SP Version 4 Release 2.2 will be available
until March 30, 1994.
       For additional information on discontinuance of service on
selected BCP components, JES2 components, and TSO/E releases, see

Programming Announcement 292-316, dated June 16, 1992.
CHARGES
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 VERSION 4 RELEASE 3 (5695-047)
           GRADUATED ONE-TIME        GRADUATED MONTHLY
                  CHARGE               LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        BASIC     DSLO            BASIC     DSLO
 18         $ 34,450   $ 25,830       $   717    $   537
 20           44,780     33,570           932        698
 25           58,220     43,650         1,210        909
 28           75,680     56,760         1,575      1,180
 29           98,420     73,810         2,045      1,530
 30          128,000     96,040         2,665      2,000
 31          166,150    124,550         3,455      2,590
 32          190,950    143,250         3,975      2,980
 35          220,100    165,050         4,580      3,435
 38          252,900    189,650         5,265      3,945
 40          291,050    218,250         6,060      4,545
 50          363,500    272,600         7,570      5,675
 60          454,500    340,900         9,465      7,095
 70          568,300    426,200        11,830      8,875
 80          710,650    533,000        14,800     11,090
             MOSP GRADUATED            MOSP GRADUATED
                   OTC                        MLC
GROUP       BASIC       DSLO          BASIC       DSLO
 18         $ 34,450     $ 25,830    $  $717       $  537
 20           39,610       29,700        825          618
 25           51,500       38,610      1,070          804
 28           66,950       50,210      1,395        1,045
 29           87,050       65,280      1,810        1,355
 30          113,200       84,930      2,355        1,765
 31          147,100      110,300      3,065        2,295
 32          178,600      133,900      3,720        2,785
 35          205,550      154,150      4,280        3,210
 38          236,550      177,350      4,920        3,695
 40          272,000      204,000      5,660        4,245
 50          327,250      245,450      6,815        5,110
 60          409,000      306,800      8,520        6,385
 70          511,450      383,600     10,640        7,990
 80          639,500      479,600     13,320        9,990
OPENEDITION SHELL AND UTILITIES FEATURE
           GRADUATED ONE-TIME        GRADUATED MONTHLY
                  CHARGE               LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        BASIC     DSLO            BASIC     DSLO
 18       $ 1,970      $ 1,480       $ 41        $ 31
 20         2,590        1,945         54          41
 25         3,360        2,520         70          53
 28         4,370        3,280         91          68
 29         5,665        4,250        118          89
 30         7,390        5,545        154         116
 31         9,600        7,200        200         150
 32        11,040        8,280        230         173
 35        12,720        9,540        265         199
 38        14,590       10,940        304         228
 40        16,800       12,600        350         263
 50        21,020       15,770        438         329
 60        26,260       19,700        547         410
 70        32,830       24,620        684         513
 80        40,990       30,740        854         641
             MOSP GRADUATED            MOSP GRADUATED
                   OTC                        MLC
GROUP       BASIC       DSLO          BASIC       DSLO
 18         $ 1,970     $ 1,480       $ 41        $ 31
 20           2,280       1,710         48          36
 25           2,975       2,230         62          47
 28           3,865       2,900         81          61
 29           5,020       3,765        105          79
 30           6,530       4,900        136         102
 31           8,495       6,370        177         133
 32          10,320       7,740        215         161
 35          11,880       8,910        248         186
 38          13,660      10,250        285         214
 40          15,700      11,780        327         245
 50          18,910      14,180        394         296
 60          23,640      17,730        493         370
 70          29,550      22,160        616         462
 80          36,910      27,680        769         577
       OPENEDITION DEBUGGER FEATURE
           GRADUATED ONE-TIME        GRADUATED MONTHLY
                  CHARGE               LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        BASIC     DSLO            BASIC     DSLO
 18        $   960     $   720       $ 20        $ 15
 20          1,250         938         26          20
 25          1,630       1,225         34          26
 28          2,110       1,585         44          33
 29          2,785       2,090         58          44
 30          3,600       2,700         75          56
 31          4,655       3,490         97          73
 32          5,375       4,030        112          84
 35          6,190       4,645        129          97
 38          7,105       5,330        148         111
 40          8,160       6,120        170         128
 50         10,220       7,665        213         160
 60         12,770       9,580        266         200
 70         15,940      11,960        332         249
 80         19,920      14,940        415         311
             MOSP GRADUATED            MOSP GRADUATED
                   OTC                        MLC
GROUP       BASIC       DSLO          BASIC       DSLO
 18         $   960     $   720       $ 20        $ 15
 20           1,105         829         23          17
 25           1,440       1,080         30          23
 28           1,870       1,405         39          29
 29           2,450       1,840         51          38
 30           3,195       2,395         67          50
 31           4,130       3,100         86          65
 32           5,015       3,760        105          79
 35           5,785       4,340        121          91
 38           6,650       4,990        139         104
 40           7,635       5,725        159         119
 50           9,190       6,895        192         144
 60          11,500       8,625        240         180
 70          14,360      10,770        299         224
 80          17,930      13,450        374         281
DISTRIBUTED WORKSTATION FEATURE        ONE-TIME CHARGE
MVS/ESA SP-JES2 Version 4
 Release 3 ScreenView --
 per workstation copy                         $315
MVS/ESA SP-JES3 VERSION 4 RELEASE (5695-048)
           GRADUATED ONE-TIME        GRADUATED MONTHLY
                  CHARGE               LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        BASIC     DSLO            BASIC     DSLO
 18         $ 36,740    $ 29,060       $   806   $   604
 20           50,370      37,770         1,045       786
 25           65,610      49,210         1,365     1,020
 28           85,190      63,890         1,770     1,325
 29          110,550      82,950         2,295     1,725
 30          143,900     107,900         2,995     2,245
 31          187,300     140,450         3,900     2,920
 32          215,350     161,450         4,480     3,360
 35          247,600     185,700         5,155     3,865
 38          284,700     213,500         5,925     4,445
 40          327,000     245,250         6,805     5,105
 50          409,000     306,750         8,520     6,385
 60          511,150     383,350        10,640     7,985
 70          639,200     479,400        13,310     9,985
 80          799,050     599,250        16,640    12,480
             MOSP GRADUATED            MOSP GRADUATED
                   OTC                        MLC
GROUP       BASIC       DSLO          BASIC       DSLO
 18         $ 38,740     $ 29,060      $  $806    $   604
 20           44,560       33,420          928        696
 25           58,000       43,500        1,205        906
 28           75,410       56,550        1,565      1,175
 29           97,880       73,420        2,035      1,525
 30          127,250       95,440        2,650      1,985
 31          165,600      124,200        3,445      2,585

 32          201,300      150,950        4,190      3,140
 35          231,500      173,600        4,815      3,615
 38          266,150      199,650        5,540      4,155
 40          305,850      229,400        6,365      4,775
 50          368,000      276,000        7,665      5,745
 60          460,100      345,050        9,585      7,185
 70          575,200      431,350       11,980      8,985
 80          719,100      539,350       14,980     11,230
       OPENEDITION SHELL AND UTILITIES
           GRADUATED ONE-TIME        GRADUATED MONTHLY
                  CHARGE               LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        BASIC     DSLO            BASIC     DSLO
 18         $ 1,970     $ 1,480       $ 41        $ 31
 20           2,590       1,945         54          41
 25           3,360       2,520         70          53
 28           4,370       3,280         91          68
 29           5,665       4,250        118          89
 30           7,390       5,545        154         116
 31           9,600       7,200        200         150
 32          11,040       8,280        230         173
 35          12,720       9,540        265         199
 38          14,590      10,940        304         228
 40          16,800      12,600        350         263
 50          21,020      15,770        438         329
 60          26,260      19,700        547         410
 70          32,830      24,620        684         513
 80          40,990      30,740        854         641
             MOSP GRADUATED            MOSP GRADUATED
                   OTC                        MLC
GROUP       BASIC       DSLO          BASIC       DSLO
 18         $ 1,970      $ 1,480       $ 41       $ 31
 20           2,280        1,710         48         36
 25           2,975        2,230         62         47
 28           3,865        2,900         81         61
 29           5,020        3,765        105         79
 30           6,530        4,900        136        102
 31           8,495        6,370        177        133
 32          10,320        7,740        215        161
 35          11,880        8,910        248        186
 38          13,660       10,250        285        214
 40          15,700       11,780        327        245
 50          18,910       14,180        394        296
 60          23,640       17,730        493        370
 70          29,550       22,160        616        462
 80          36,910       27,680        769        577
       OPENEDITION DEBUGGER
           GRADUATED ONE-TIME        GRADUATED MONTHLY
                  CHARGE               LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP        BASIC     DSLO            BASIC     DSLO
 18         $   960     $   720       $ 20       $ 15
 20           1,250         938         26         20
 25           1,630       1,225         34         26
 28           2,110       1,585         44         33
 29           2,785       2,090         58         44
 30           3,600       2,700         75         56
 31           4,655       3,490         97         73
 32           5,375       4,030        112         84
 35           6,190       4,645        129         97
 38           7,105       5,330        148        111
 40           8,160       6,120        170        128
 50          10,220       7,665        213        160
 60          12,770       9,580        266        200
 70          15,940      11,960        332        249
 80          19,920      14,940        415        311
             MOSP GRADUATED            MOSP GRADUATED
                   OTC                        MLC
GROUP       BASIC       DSLO          BASIC       DSLO
 18         $   960      $   720       $ 20       $ 15
 20           1,105          829         23         17
 25           1,440        1,080         30         23
 28           1,870        1,405         39         29
 29           2,450        1,840         51         38
 30           3,195        2,395         67         50
 31           4,130        3,100         86         65
 32           5,015        3,760        105         79
 35           5,785        4,340        121         91
 38           6,650        4,990        139        104
 40           7,635        5,725        159        119
 50           9,190        6,895        192        144
 60          11,500        8,625        240        180
 70          14,360       10,770        299        224
 80          17,930       13,450        374        281
DISTRIBUTED WORKSTATION FEATURE        ONE-TIME CHARGE
MVS/ESA SP-JES3 Version 4
 Release 3 ScreenView --
 one per workstation copy                     $315
ONE-TIME CHARGE:  Customers who pay a one-time charge for a licensed
program receive enhancements and future releases, if any, at no
additional charge.  Significant new function may be offered as an
optional feature and charged for separately.
DISTRIBUTED FEATURE ONE-TIME CHARGE:  Customers who pay a one-time
charge for additional distributed features may copy machine- readable
program material and documentation.  One copy may be made for each
additional distributed feature ordered.
VARIABLE CHARGES:  The applicable graduated one-time charge or
graduated monthly license charge will be based on the group of the
designated machine on which the licensed program is licensed for use.
       For upgrades of one-time charge licenses to a machine in a
higher group, the upgrade charge will be the difference in the
current charges between the two groups.  For downgrades of one-time
charge licenses to a machine in a lower group, there will be no
adjustment or refund of one-time charges paid.
       For upgrades or downgrades of monthly license charge licenses,
the monthly license charge applicable to the higher or lower group
will apply.