IBM Knowledge Center has been updated with a new appearance in June. The homepage is updated as below. To learn more about the new IBM Knowledge Center, take a look at the IBM Knowledge Center Version 2 video tour.
To get the right information, you can search for a keyword or select a product from an alphabetical list. For z/OS Communications Server documentation, you can use the following links to quickly locate the information.
- V2R1: https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSLTBW_2.1.0/com.ibm.zos.v2r1.cs3/cs3.htm
- V2R2: https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSLTBW_2.2.0/com.ibm.zos.v2r2.cs3/cs3.htm
Compared with the former version of IBM Knowledge Center, the new IBM Knowledge Center has the following enhancements for search and navigation:
Show the table of contents by clicking on the TOC icon
By default, IBM Knowledge Center opens a full page content view with a breadcrumb and previous topic / next topic controls on every page. Therefore, when reading the information, you may be wondering where the Table of Contents is. In fact, the Table of Contents is always available, but hidden by default. Click the TOC icon () to show the Table of Contents.
Select the same topic in other versions of your product
If you get the topic you want but not the version you want, you can switch to the version you want. For example, if you search by using Google, and land on the wrong version of a topic that you are interested in, click the drop-down in the topic title area to switch versions.
See related documents from other IBM technical content sites
When you search, the Knowledge Center also returns results related to your keywords from IBM developerWorks, IBM Redbooks, and IBM Support technotes to the right of the main results.
Search scope and filter
In the new IBM Knowledge Center, you can search all of IBM Knowledge Center, a set of product versions, or just within a single version by changing the "search in" drop-down next to the search entry field. By default, IBM KC search selects the product scope you are currently browsing (auto-context search), but you need to click on the content itself for the filter to activate.