CICS and the JVM server: Developing and Deploying Java Applications (Chris Rayns, et al)

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CICS and the JVM server: Developing and Deploying Java Applications (Chris Rayns, et al)

gives details on IBM CICS Transaction Server for z/OS V4.2's new Java virtual machine (JVM) server technology.

To start, we list all the benefits that its multi-threaded operation has over older editions' pooled JVM functionality. We describe the Open Services Gateway initiative (OSGi) and point out the advantages it offers for both development and deployment.

The new JVM server environment's configuration and use are then covered in detail.

The next section of the book compares Java-based CICS programming to classical CICS programming. Consequently, a thorough evaluation of the primary functional domains of the Java class library for CICS (JCICS) application programming interface (API) is conducted.

Ebook Details

Published Date / Year
(June 24, 2013); eBook (IBM Redbooks )
406 pages
eBook Format
PDF (406 page3) and ePub

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