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COBOL LE multiple enclave support

  • 1.  COBOL LE multiple enclave support

    Posted 04-20-2006 07:50 AM
    I am having some trouble understanding the documentation on COBOL LE
    multiple enclave support. We have this turned off at present. Can
    someone tell me what kind of situations would see a big benefit from
    turning it on?

    Kay Rozeboom
    State of Iowa
    Information Technology Enterprise
    Department of Administrative Services
    Telephone: 515.281.6139 Fax: 515.281.6137
    Email: Kay.Rozeboom@Iowa.Gov

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    Re: COBOL LE multiple enclave support
    "Kay,

    Doco QI18135 contains more information on the LE process and Enclave
    restriction. Ignore the mention on the apars and the optional bits 196
    and 232 for the IDMS R16.0 as multiple enclave is implemented in the
    sysgen SYSTEM and PROGRAM statements.

    Regards,
    Paul Mak


  • 2.  Re:COBOL LE multiple enclave support

    Posted 04-20-2006 07:50 AM
    I am having some trouble understanding the documentation on COBOL LE
    multiple enclave support. We have this turned off at present. Can
    someone tell me what kind of situations would see a big benefit from
    turning it on?

    Kay Rozeboom
    State of Iowa
    Information Technology Enterprise
    Department of Administrative Services
    Telephone: 515.281.6139 Fax: 515.281.6137
    Email: Kay.Rozeboom@Iowa.Gov

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    Available PAGE Ranges
    "A colleague created this nice utility to graphically see your page gaps.
    The JCL and explanation of the utility is found on his web site:
    http://itdoesmorestuff.com/freeutils.htm. There's quite a few steps to
    execute but the graph at the end makes it very easy to see where you
    have gaps in a quick glance. This is always the first step I run before I
    do an expansion.

    symbol. This makes it very easy to see where your biggest areas lie, and
    where the page-ranges gaps are.


    Rose Kimlingen

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    CA in the news
    "Ex-Computer Associates CEO Pleads Guilty
    Source: Associated Press/AP Online
    Publication date: 2006-04-24


    By TOM HAYS
    NEW YORK - Sanjay Kumar, the former CEO of _Computer  Associates
    International Inc._
    (https://www.suntrust.com/portal/server.pt/gateway/PTARGS_0_302319_246_0_0_43/http;/portlet-ice.suntrust.com/Portlets/YbxNews/coOverview.nsp?coID=249
    &ID=suntrustdemo&scategory=Computers&) , and another former executive pleaded
    guilty on Monday to obstruction of justice and securities fraud charges in a
    massive accounting scandal at the business software company.
    Kumar and Stephen Richards, its former head of worldwide sales, had been
    accused in a 2004 indictment of engaged in a widespread scheme to falsely
    inflate the company's quarterly earnings by backdating contracts.
    According to the indictment, Kumar was so involved with adding revenue to a
    financial quarter even after it closed that he flew to Paris in July 1999 to
    finalize a deal and personally signed a contract that had been backdated.
    The indictment also charged that executives instructed salespeople to
    complete deals after the quarter had closed and ""cleaned up"" contracts by removing
    time stamps from faxes.
    ""Your honor, my conduct was wrong. I take responsibility for participating in
    this practice and I apologize for my actions,"" Kumar told the judge,
    referring to the accounting fraud.
    Richards pleaded guilty to the same charges in federal court in Brooklyn.
    Both remain free on $5 million bond while awaiting their Sept. 12 sentencing.
    The law allows a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison for the offenses,
    but the term could be substantially less under federal sentencing guidelines.
    Kumar is also a co-owner of the New York Islanders hockey team.
    Computer Associates, which makes software and storage systems for large
    corporations, agreed in 2004 to pay $225 million to shareholders in a settlement
    letting it defer criminal prosecution.
    The Islandia, N.Y.-based company restated its financial results from 2000 and
    2001 to reflect $2.2 billion in revenue that was improperly booked.
    During the company's fiscal year 2000, Computer Associates ""prematurely
    recognized"" more than $1.4 billion in revenue from at least 116 contracts that
    had not yet been signed, the Securities and Exchange Commission said.
    Publication date: 2006-04-24

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    CPU on IDMS 16.0/2/3
    "Hi,



    The last update to TB96715 was March 17th. Is this the final version and
    will there be a version for 16.0 SP0/SP1?



    Thanks



    Chris Wood

    Alberta Department of Energy

    CANADA

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    Re: CPU on IDMS 16.0/2/3
    "Chris -

    The March 17th version will be the final version of TB96715.
    My issue with C.A. is now closed which means they will make this into a
    published APAR.

    A substantial (more than 1/2) of the increase appears to be due to these 4
    related APARS:
    LO17595
    LO41352
    LO52345
    LO92953
    I can't tell you if one or more represents the lion's share.
    I have been told they should all be considered as a group.
    These APARS are all sourced and C.A. has said they have no intention of
    backing off APARS that fix known problems in favor of performance.
    Therefore, I think we've gone as far as we can go with this issue.

    I've asked 3 times if there will be an SP0 / SP1 version and never got a
    direct answer.
    I can only assume there will be because all published APARS I've looked at
    have multiple versions for the various service packs.

    Thanks.
    Jon Gocher




  • 3.  Re: COBOL LE multiple enclave support

    Posted 04-21-2006 04:56 AM
    There will be benefits if you have ADS dialogs that LINK to Cobol
    programs multiple times in a single execution of the dialog (i.e. within
    a single IDMS-DC task). With multiple enclave support OFF the LE
    environment is established for each and every LINK. When you have
    multiple enclave support ON the LE environment is established only once
    - and all the Cobol programs referenced within the task are treated as
    being a ""single Cobol run unit"" (which is the way that I think of an
    ""enclave"" - rightly or wrongly).

    If you have a DC-Cobol program that does a ""pseudo converse"" you will
    have to turn multiple enclave support OFF for that program. I believe
    there may be other exceptions to the ability to use multiple enclave
    support - but that would be the main one. We have had it ON for a couple
    of years now with no problems - and some measurable benefit although I
    can't give a figure.

    Cheers - Gary

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