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Summary 0000704: Add a FLUC I/O subsystem to write transparent different formats for and to different platforms on z/OS
Revision 2015-07-09 18:31 by Falk Reichbott
Description With the FLAM subsystem (based on the FLAM record interface) it is possible to read transparent normal host datasets and FLAMFILEs and to write FLAMFILEs transparent for the application by allocation the FLAM subsystem in the DD statment for the dataset.

If this will possible for the FLUC record interface you can transparent divert the output of an application, which was original written for example in EBCDIC IBM1141 to a FB80 dataset, in a GZIP file in code page CP1252 with 0x0d0a as record delimitter for binarary transfer to a Windows system or with the SSH support direct to the Windows system.

On the other side you can transparent read each supported kind of file format (a OpenPGP file from a UNIX syste) an present this to the application in as deticated record oriented dataset in EBCDIC.

Means your old fashion cobol application can transparent read and write each kind of file format which is supported by FLUC without any change inside of the application.
Revision 2015-07-02 09:08 by Falk Reichbott
Description With the FLAM subsystem (based on the FLAM record interface) it is possible to read transparent normal host datasets and FLAMFILEs and to write FLAMFILEs transparent for the application by allocation the FLAM subsystem in the DD statment for the dataset.

If this possible for the FLUC record interface you can transparent divert the output of an application, which was original written for example in EBCDIC IBM1141 to a FB80 dataset, in a GZIP file in code page CP1252 with 0x0d0a as record delimitter for binarary transfer to a Windows system or with the SSH support direct to the Windows system.

On the other side you can transparent read each supported kind of file format (a OpenPGP file from a UNIX syste) an present this to the application in as deticated record oriented dataset in EBCDIC.

Means your old fashion cobol application can transparent read and write each kind of file format which is supported by FLUC without any change inside of the application.


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