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What's new in IBM Developer for z Systems

Since IBM® Developer for z Systems® Version 14.1, you can install the product documentation available in IBM Knowledge Center on a workstation for local access. For more information, see Knowledge Center Installer for IBM Explorer for z/OS® Aqua.

Version 14.1.7

The following changes were added for IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1.7.

  • Host Configuration Emulator enhancements
    • You can now define a custom cipher string such as TLS_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA for a Host Configuration Emulator connection.
    • Host Connection Emulator now displays the TLS protocol version in the Status Message area of the Host Properties view.
  • Menu Manager enhancements
    • The Remote Systems Details view context is now available when creating an action and menu on JES jobs.
    • When adding a user-input variable to a custom action, you can now specify a text string, such as instructions, that you want to include on the window prompt before or after the input or list field.
  • z/OS Automated Unit Testing Framework (zUnit)
    • You can run AZUM transactions from a CICS terminal to manage what should be logged to the log files for the zUnit CICS recording service. For more information, see xUnit support for CICS applications.
    • Better grouping in CICS calls in the Test Data Editor improves your experience.
  • Support for length and offset of PL/I data elements

    The Data Elements view now supports the display of length and offset for PL/I data elements. For more information, see Getting information about data elements.

The following changes were added for IBM z/OS Debugger Version 14.1.7.

  • Source entry breakpoints
    • When you create source entry breakpoints, you need to specify module and compile unit information. You are prompted to enter a module name and compile unit name when you add the breakpoint during an edit session for the first time. With the module name and compile unit name specified, the debug session can suspend at the desired location. For more information, see Source entry breakpoints.
  • Visual debug
    • Stack pattern breakpoints that are set in one debug session are restored in subsequent debug sessions.
    • When visual debug is enabled, a new toolbar action Link with Visual Debug View appears in the Breakpoints view. When the action is enabled, selecting a stack pattern breakpoint in the Breakpoints view shows the stack pattern path in the Visual Debug view.
  • z/OS Debugger Utilities
    • A new field Data set name for the IMS RESLIB is added on the ISPF panel EQAPMPDF. You can now use z/OS Debugger Utilities option 4.6 to set a different RESLIB for a specific IMS subsystem. If this field is not specified, then the RESLIB specified for us5imrsl in EQAZDFLT is used as the default. For more information, see Scenario F: Enabling the Transaction Isolation Facility.
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Version 14.1.6

The following changes were added for IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1.6.

  • Unreachable code automatically highlighted in COBOL and LPEX Editor
    • Unreachable code lines in COBOL files are now highlighted by default. If you want to disable the auto-highlighting, go to COBOL > Real-Time Syntax Checking and set the preference to Ignore.
  • Refactor enhancements
    • The preview window now shows all the elements that are relevant to the updates (the current program, the new program and the copybooks).
    • Create a new program: CICS LINK communication type is now available for creating new data elements for the program interface.
  • UI enhancements for PL/I Editor formatter
    • You can configure indentation, capitalization, and line length in the redesigned single-tab formatter in PL/I Editor.
    • You can preview your change of settings in the new preview pane in the formatter.
  • z/OS Automated Unit Testing Framework (zUnit)
    In addition to the following changes, the enhancements from the technical preview version of zUnit in 14.1.5 are also officially shipped with 14.1.6. For those enhancements, please see Version 14.1.5.
    • When zUnit actions are invoked for a local resource, test data layout files, test data files, and test case generation configuration files are combined into one JSON file.
    • You can now customize, export, and import the setup and teardown settings of COBOL and PL/I test case programs that are generated by zUnit.
    • zUnit can now generate a test case from preprocessor results of a COBOL or PL/I source program file.
    • zUnit now supports file handling that involves file definitions in a subprogram call.
    • You can set preference for the name prefix of a test case when generating it.
  • Produce DCLGEN for the selected Db2 table view with one click
    • You can now use the new DCLGEN option in the right-click button of the Db2 table view to produce DCLGEN.
  • Rational Programming Patterns (RPP) compatibility
    • IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1.6 now supports both a code rules feature that is compatible with RPP and an enhanced code rules feature for non-RPP users.
  • Integrating IBM Developer for z Systems and Dependency Based Build
    • An API is provided to allow you to customize the DBB user build to allow for building the solution that meets your organization's rules and simplify the developer's experience. The API provides the ability to control the triggering of the user build, providing more flexibility to implement rules for the fields that the wizard requires and rules for additional properties that your scripts require.
    • You can now set default values for builds in the Preferences page.
    • Dependencies for a user build can always be properly selected using the Discover the dependencies to load check box even if the file was not edited by the editors before.
    • You can now start a DBB user build in your editor.
  • More flexibility in naming Rational® Team Concert® user build JCL jobs
    • You can now use the new USERID variable with the JOBNAME variable to name an RTC user build JCL job with more flexibility.

Version 14.1.5

The following changes were added for IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1.5.

  • Parse JSON objects that do not have a top level name with the new OMITTED phrase
    • You can use the new OMITTED phrase to parse JSON text that does not have a top level name into COBOL data items. For more information, see Support document for APAR PH02251.
  • Support added for CICS Transaction Server for z/OS V5.5
    • Support is added for CICS Transaction Server for z/OS Version 5 Release 5.
  • Enhanced copybook support for Show Expanded Source
    • Show Expanded Source now properly handles COPY REPLACE and COPY IN/OF statements.
  • Refactor a section the COBOL editor
    • The Extract Paragraph action has been renamed to Extract Paragraph or Section to reflect the added support for section refactoring in COBOL.
  • Technical preview - z/OS Automated Unit Testing Framework (zUnit)
    To use the technical preview version of z/OS Automated Unit Testing Framework (zUnit), you must select it during installation.
    • zUnit now supports testing COBOL CICS programs with stubbing mode.
    • Runtime data of CICS applications can be recorded and imported to Test Case Editor (renamed from Test Entry Data Editor) for unit testing.
    • User interface of zUnit has been improved for easier navigation.
  • Access resources within unpacked plug-ins using the new ${bundle:} variable
    • You can access resources that are located within unpacked bundles (plug-ins) using the new ${bundle:} variable. This allows you to package preprocessors as Eclipse bundles and install them via p2. For more information of the variable, see Variables in local preprocessor options.
  • Changed default location of the sample preprocessor
    • The default location for the PPINCL01 preprocessor has changed to ${bundle:com.ibm.systemz.preprocessor.include}/bin/operatingSystem/, where operatingSystem is linux, macos, or win32. The ${bundle} variable points to an unpacked bundle or plug-in. This variable is used to find the include preprocessor.
  • Track or locate Rational Team Concert user build jobs
    • When you submit the JCL, you can track or locate the job by selecting the options in the prompted window.
  • Menu Manager Edit Macro pop-up warning message
    • When a warning message is issued during the action execution, a pop-up window displays for the message. If you want to disable the pop-up window, you can click Preferences - > Menu Manager - > Display warning messages and change the setting.
  • Removal of deprecated features
    • The deprecated Bluemix Tools are removed.
    • The Enterprise Development perspective is removed.

The following changes were added for IBM z/OS Debugger Version 14.1.5.

  • New support
    • Support is added for CICS Transaction Server for z/OS Version 5 Release 5.
  • Visual debug
    • Visual debug is now supported on macOS.
    • A new Visual Debug perspective is added to improve the visual debugging experience.
  • Debug Tool compatibility mode
    • Support is added for visual debug.
    • Support is added for COBOL paragraph breakpoints.
    • Support is added for source entry breakpoints.
  • z/OS Debugger Utilities
    • Support is added to the remote debug mode selection to use the Debug Manager and a user ID (DBMDT) to identify the workstation.
  • Global engine search path

    A new preference is added so that you can set or clear the global engine search path on the Compiled Debug preference page. This preference applies to all incoming debug sessions that cannot be matched to a launch.

Version 14.1.4

The following changes were added for IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1.4.

Defining variables for remote build procedures in the new include member ELAXF

You can now define variables in the ELAXF member so that you do not have to specify them multiple times for remote build procedures.

Extracting code into a new program file

You can now choose to create new data elements for program interface, or reuse existing data element structures by default.

PL/I compiler options

You can now specify more than 100 characters for the PL/I compiler options directly, without having to use an options file.

Integrating IBM Developer for z Systems and Dependency Based Build

  • You can now run a build on your local project using DBB.
  • You can now run a build for an assembler program using DBB.
  • You can now specify the timeout limit for DBB.
  • New COBOL, PL/I and assembler DBB samples are available for download. For more information, see IBM Dependency Based Build documentation.

z/OS Automated Unit Testing Framework (zUnit)

You can edit Call settings for the COBOL dynamic call and PL/I entry variable in the source program.

Support for COBOL 6.2 Intrinsic Functions

IBM Developer for z Systems now supports HEX-OF, BIT-OF, E, PI and TRIM from COBOL 6.2. For more information, see COBOL 6.2 New Intrinsic Functions.

Bluemix Tools deprecation

Support for Bluemix Tools is deprecated.

Removal of deprecated features

The BMS action for Generate > Faces JSP Pages is removed.

Version 14.1.3

The following changes were added for IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1.3.

Outline view can show preprocessor statements

The outline view can be updated to contain preprocessor statements after running the Source > Preprocessor Commands action.

Load modules opened in Text Editor

Load modules are now opened by default in the Text Editor for improved usability .

Menu Manager Acknowledgment Dialog

Menu Manager now provides the ability to show an acknowledgment dialog when an action is selected. See Adding TSO commands to menus with Menu Manager.

Procedure check when extracting a COBOL program

During creation of a new COBOL program by extracting code from an existing one, the procedure logic will be checked to verify the coherence of the new COBOL program. In addition, paragraph names can now be selected when extracting code. For information, see Extracting code into a new program file and Extracting a paragraph in a COBOL program.

Code comments displayed in the Program Control Flow diagram

Comments associated with the code now displays in the diagram that shows the paragraph sections in the file under the Program Control Flow view. For more information, see Viewing program control flow for a COBOL file and Viewing program control flow for a PL/I file.

File type detection for MVS files without file mapping

IBM Developer for z Systems has added an option to detect the file type for MVS™ files that do not have a file mapping. For more information, see Detecting the MVS file type.

Use new single character wildcard to add Member Mapping

You can use ? as a single character wildcard to add Member Mapping. For more information, see Mapping data sets and partitioned data set members.

Multiple search strings are allowed in z/OS file search

You can use multiple search strings to customize the z/OS file search. For more information, see Searching remote z/OS files.

Endevor® search results

You can select multiple search result items to process at one time when a custom action is selected. Custom actions that are inappropriate to be executed in a batch will be executed singly.

Support for accessing multiple CA Endevor® SCM instances without the CA Endevor® SCM ENUXSITE.exit

A new CARMA exit point with sample user exit is introduced to allow for variable STEPLIB allocations. In addition, the CA Endevor® SCM RAM is updated to create JCL SET statements for the eight CARMA variables passed to CARMA server so that batch actions can use the values. For more information, see IBM Developer for z Systems Host Configuration Guide.

Reuse the existing properties in Enterprise Service Tools

You can reuse the existing properties in Enable Enterprise Web Services.

Integrating IBM Developer for z Systems and Dependency Based Build

IBM Developer for z Systems and Dependency Based Build now supports Enterprise PL/I source files.

Integration with IBM z Systems Development and Test Environment

IBM Developer for z Systems integrates with IBM z Systems® Development and Test Environment. You can set up the z Systems Development and Test Environment Enterprise Edition web server and provision a test instance. For more information, see Provisioning a Z Development and Test Environment instance.

z/OS Automated Unit Testing Framework (zUnit)

  • Recorded runtime data now can be imported from z/OS Debugger to Test Data Entry for unit testing purpose. For more information, see Importing recorded input/output Data.
  • In existing zUnit features, local Enterprise COBOL and Enterprise PL/I sources are supported in scenarios of open source configuration management.
  • zUnit now identifies a return value parameter of a PL/I Function CALL type sub programs. You can see the return value in the Test Entry Data Editor.

The following changes were added for IBM z/OS Debugger Version 14.1.3.

IMS Transaction Isolation

  • An option is added to IMS Transaction Isolation to preserve the original PSB. For more information, see the new EQAOPTS command IMSISOORIGPSB.

Support for Swift

  • The Load Module Analyzer is enhanced to support Toolkit for Swift on z/OS.

z/OS Debugger Code Coverage

  • A new EQACCOPT sample is created in hlq.SEQASAMP for a z/OS Debugger Code Coverage batch JCL EQAOPTS DD. For more information, see EQAOPTS commands.
  • A list of the existing Code Coverage JCL samples is added to the IBM z/OS Debugger User's Guide. You can use the JCL samples to build a test case, and specify, gather, process, and document code coverage for the test case. For more information, see Batch examples.

MVS Batch Application launches

  • The Step option list is added on the Remote Profile tab for you to control the step in the remote debug profile. You can now override the computed step with a custom step, or choose not to include the step in the remote profile. For more information on the step option, see Remote Profile Tab.

Message updates

  • The whole section of CRRDG messages for remote debugging are reworked on to be up-to-date and include more valuable information. For more information, see Remote debugging messages for z/OS Debugger.
  • Messages EQA9886E and EQA9887E are added to IBM z/OS Debugger Reference and Messages to ensure that accurate messages are issued when certain problems are encountered.

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Version 14.1.2

The following changes were added for IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1.2.

Ignore Case option for PL/I Compare Editor and COBOL Compare Editor

In both PL/I Editor and COBOL Editor, you can select to ignore case on the compare references page. For more information, see Setting language-specific preferences for comparing files.

Updated property group for the COBOL compiler options

The COBOL compiler options now allow more than 100 characters and lower case is accepted. For compiler options that are too long to include in the generated JCL, see COBOL and PL/I step options.

Mixed HFS/MVS COBOL copybook support

COBOL V6.2 adds support for mixed locations for copybooks and allowing copybook locations to be set in the compiler options. This support is provided by the COPYLOC command. To use the COPYLOC command in IBM Developer for z Systems, see Using COPYLOC in property group.

COBOL Metrics Enhancement

COBOL Editor and LPEX Editor display COBOL Metrics values for an opened file in the Properties view. Displayed COBOL Metrics values are the same ones previously displayed through a Software Analyzer job. For more information, see Viewing COBOL Metrics.

Formatter for COBOL Editor with new options

More options are available under the COBOL Editor Formatter. For more information, see Formatting COBOL code elements.

Unused variables and copybooks can be identified

In LPEX Editor and COBOL Editor, you can choose to identify unused variables and copybooks. For more information, see Identifying unused variables and copybooks.

Dynamic CALL

You can specify a dynamic CALL statement when extracting code into a new program. For more information, see Extracting code into a new program file.

Integrating IBM Developer for z Systems and Dependency Based Build

You can conduct both Team build and User build through the IDz DBB integration. For more information, see Integrating IBM Dependency Based Build and Developer for z Systems.

z/OS Automated Unit Testing Framework (zUnit)

  • Support for ORDINAL type is added. ORDINAL type can be set as test data.
  • Support for concatenated data sets is added for QSAM file input.
  • Support for a sample XSL to output test results in a format that SonarQube can consume is added.
  • Support Dynamic Calls when the name is set by level 88 is added.

DFDL and MCIF are deprecated

Support for Data Format Description Language (DFDL) and Measured Capability Improvement Framework for data collection is deprecated.

The following changes were added for IBM z/OS Debugger Version 14.1.2.

Debug Tool compatibility mode

  • IBM z/OS Debugger is progressing towards one remote debug mode based on Debug Tool compatibility mode. In support of this direction, Debug Tool compatibility mode, when available in the user interface, is selected by default for V14.1.2 or later. Any existing launches, property groups, or updated preferences remain unchanged. For more information on Debug Tool compatibility mode, see Remote debugging with IBMz/OS Debugger.

Code Coverage

  • The headless Compiled Code Coverage collector now produces the SonarQube format and the raw format, in addition to the currently supported format. For more information on how to set the exporter types, see Running code coverage in headless mode.
  • For programs written in COBOL, Compiled Code Coverage now presents structural results for programs, sections, and paragraphs. Both the file report view and the workbench report view support structural results.
  • In the Code Coverage Results view, the entry JUnit Code Coverage Workspace Results was removed. JUnit code coverage results now appear under Java Code Coverage Workspace Results. Expand the individual Java™ code coverage result to see the JUnit results.

Debug Hovers

  • Structures and arrays are no longer limited to 100 entries when you inspect variables in the debug hover help during a debug session.

COBOL V6.2

  • When you use line mode, batch mode, full screen mode, and remote mode with Debug Tool compatibility mode, and compile with the TEST(SEPARATE,SOURCE) option of the Enterprise COBOL for z/OS Version 6 Release 2 compiler, if the name of the side file does not match the PROGRAM-ID, the debugger can now locate the side file, as long as it is in the specified data sets or directories.

    When you specify the side file location, you can now specify a z/OS UNIX System Services directory through a SET SOURCE command, EQAUEDAT user exit, SET DEFAULT LISTINGS command, EQADEBUG DD name, or EQA_DBG_SYSDEBUG environment variable.

    For more information, see Choosing TEST or NOTEST compiler suboptions for COBOL programs.

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IMS Transaction Isolation

Version 14.1.1

The following changes were added for IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1.1.

Support for macOS

IBM Developer for z Systems now is supported on macOS.

To access the Preferences for IBM Developer for z Systems from the workbench, macOS users can click IBM Developer for z Systems instead of Windows.

CICS JSON Services

Additional JSON preferences have been added to CICS® Web Services. For more information, see Setting preferences for the CICS JSON Assistant.

Toggle button for Real Time Syntax Checking

A toggle button has been added to the IBM Developer for z Systems Quick Access Toolbar. For more information, see Temporarily disabling Real-time syntax checking.

PL/I Symbolic Map generation

A symbolic map can be generated for BMS maps that specifies LANG=PLI. For more information, see Generating Symbolic Map.

Improvements in Data Elements View

The Data Element view now displays Length and Offset values to simplify the COBOL program analysis. For more information, see Length and offset of data items.

Exporting data to a spreadsheet

Data from a COBOL or PL/I file can be extracted to a spreadsheet. For more information:

LPEX Editor Enhancement

The LPEX Editor now displays the SQL INCLUDE statements with the COPY statements when the Copy Statements option is selected under the Filter view.

Integrating IBM Developer for z Systems and IBM Dependency Based Build for z Systems (Technical Preview)

IBM Developer for z Systems now supports IBM Dependency Based Build for z/OS (DBBz). For more information, see IBM Developer for z Systems integration with IBM Dependency Based Build for z/OS (Technical Preview).

z/OS Automated Unit Testing Framework (zUnit)

Support for custom NOT and custom OR characters have been added. For more information, see Generating a test case.

The following changes were added for IBM z/OS Debugger Version 14.1.1.

Support for macOS

Code Coverage API Javadoc

  • Code Coverage API (CCAPI) Javadoc is now included. Use CCAPI to parse and merge code coverage results programmatically and integrate the results with your custom tools. For more information, see Code Coverage API.

Version 14.1

The following changes were added for IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1.

Support for Enterprise COBOL for z/OS V6.2
IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1 provides support for Enterprise COBOL for z/OS V6.2. For more information, see Enterprise COBOL for z/OS V6.2.
Limitation: Features that use the COBOL Importer do not support the use of COBOL source that contains Compiler Directives for conditional compilation.
Refactor Selected COBOL Code to New Copybook
When you edit the COBOL code, you can select code and create a new copybook with that code and the associated COPY statement. For more information, see Extracting code into a new copybook.
Refactor Selected COBOL Code to New Program
When you edit the COBOL code, you can select procedure division statements and create a new COBOL program with those statements including data division, procedure division dependencies, and the associated CALL or CICS LINK statement. For more information, see Extracting a paragraph into a new program file.
Improvements to COBOL and PL/I Code Review Reports
A high level summary and a listing of code review results by scanned file is added to the COBOL and PL/I code review HTML and PDF reports.
Support for SQL and CICS statements in COBOL Data Flow
COBOL Data Flow now supports SQL and CICS statements.
Support for Enterprise PL/I for z/OS V5.2
IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1 provides support for Enterprise PL/I for z/OS V5.2. For more information, see Enterprise PL/I for z/OS V5.2.
Support for z/OS V2.3
IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1 provides support for z/OS V2.3. For detailed information, see z/OS V2.3 Knowledge Center.
Support for z/OS V2.3 XL C/C++
IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1 provides support for z/OS V2.3 XL C/C++. For detailed information, see z/OS V2.3 XL C/C++.
Support for CICS Transaction Server V5.4
IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1 provides support for CICS V5.4. For detailed information, see Developing CICS applications.
Support for DB2® 10, DB2 11, and DB2 12
IBM Developer for z Systems Version 14.1 provides support for DB2 10, DB2 11, and DB2 12. For syntax additions and changes in DB2 10, DB2 11, and DB2 12, see DB2 for z/OS Knowledge Center.
Run ISPF Edit Macros
The capability of using a new, customizable menu manager action to run ISPF edit macros is added.
Sonar Integration
Integration with the SonarLint for Eclipse client is added to enable binding of local and remote projects with Sonar projects.
Data Flow for SQL
Data Flow analysis now supports SQL statements.
Data Flow for CICS
Data Flow analysis now supports CICS statements.
Load copybook synchronously
During the real time syntax checking, Load Copybooks Synchronously is cleared by default. COBOL 6.2 adds supports for conditional compiler statements inside copybooks. In this case, you need to select this check box found in the COBOL > Real-Time Syntax Checking preference page.
Search within specified columns
When searching text in the COBOL Editor, PL/I Editor, or JCL Editor, you can restrict to the search within the specified columns.
Refresh all copybooks or include files
All dependent copybooks or include files in the z Systems LPEX Editor, COBOL Editor, or PL/I Editor can be refreshed by using the Refresh Dependencies menu item or keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Alt+D.
Enable real column numbers
Real column numbers that represent the real column position in the underlying COBOL source file can be displayed in the z Systems LPEX Editor. This feature can be enabled in the LPEX Editor > z Systems LPEX Editor > COBOL Parser preference page.
Maximum line length
In COBOL Editor, PL/I Editor, or JCL Editor, a maximum line length can be specified to in the Save Actions preferences setting. Characters beyond the line length limit will be truncated.
Column indicator line
In COBOL Editor or PL/I Editor, a vertical line indicator next to the cursor is enabled for easy determination of the column number. The column indicator line can be enabled in the Editor preference setting of the COBOL Editor or PL/I Editor.
Program Control Flow enhancement
In the Program Control Flow view of a COBOL or PL/I file, the Show Program Control Flow from Here to menu item is added to view the nodes that are called by the "from node" directly or indirectly.
z/OS Automated Unit Testing Framework (zUnit)
  • Enabled debug for the specified test entry.
  • Added support for stub generation for subprograms identified with an entry variable for PL/I programs.
  • The Test Entry Data Editor supports hexadecimal and non-numeric data for PL/I programs as well as for COBOL programs.
  • Added support for variable length format files in the file I/O setting.
  • Unit test for VSAM file I/O now supports PL/I programs in addition to COBOL programs.
  • zUnit runner results capture the expected value and the actual value to indicate why a test case failed.
  • Provided a way to describe and document test cases and test case entries.
  • Added a Clean Up Utility that deletes files generated by zUnit, such as test case generation configuration files, test case layout, test data, test case program, stub program, and so on.
  • The Test Entry Data Editor allows selection of redefine structures..
  • Added support for PL/I I/O that is specified by file variable.
SCLM Developer Toolkit deprecation
Support for SCLM Developer Toolkit is deprecated.
The following changes were added for IBM z/OS Debugger Version 14.1.
New support
  • Support is added for Enterprise COBOL for z/OS Version 6 Release 2.
  • Support is added for Enterprise PL/I for z/OS Version 5 Release 2.
  • Support is added for z/OS Version 2 Release 3.
  • Support is added for z/OS Version 2 Release 3 XL C/C++.
  • Support is added for CICS Transaction Server for z/OS Version 5 Release 4.
  • Support is added for DB2 for z/OS Version 12 Release 1.
  • Support is added for Automatic Binary Optimizer for z/OS Version 1 Release 3.
New features for COBOL V6.2
Code Coverage
New installation verification programs
New installation verification programs are available for standard mode. For more information, see Running the installation verification programs for SVCs, Running the installation verification programs in a CICS region, and Running the installation verification programs for Debug Manager.
Change variable values
Variable values can be changed in the hovering Debug editor window. For more information, see Inspecting variables.

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