IBM z/OS Debugger User's Guide
In this guide, you can find information about how to debug high-level languages (HLLs) with Language Environment and assembler programs either with or without Language Environment.
z/OS® Debugger combines the richness of the z/OS environment with the power of Language Environment® to provide a debugger for programmers to isolate and fix their program bugs and test their applications. z/OS Debugger gives you the capability of testing programs in batch, using a nonprogrammable terminal in full-screen mode, or using a workstation interface to remotely debug your programs.
This document is intended for programmers using z/OS Debugger to debug high-level languages (HLLs) with Language Environment and assembler programs either with or without Language Environment. Throughout this document, the HLLs are referred to as C, C++, COBOL, and PL/I.
- JES batch
- UNIX System Services in remote debug mode or full-screen mode using the Terminal Interface Manager only
To use this document and debug a program written in one of the supported languages, you need to know how to write, compile, and run such a program.