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invoking CICS trans-id from ISPF ?

invoking CICS trans-id from ISPF ?

invoking CICS trans-id from ISPF ?

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Hi,
how to invoke CICS TRAN-ID from ISPF panel?
is it possible to do so?

Thanks
pradee

RE: invoking CICS trans-id from ISPF ?


I would be very surprised if this were possible.
 

Frank Clarke
--America's source for adverse opinions since 1943.

RE: invoking CICS trans-id from ISPF ?

I have been tasked to come up with a performance management report for bank mainframe system based on statistics that have:CPU Usage,Application Response Time,I/O Rate,Disk I/O Rate for two runs fr0m a REXX run. Based on these, could you please tell me how you note things like bottlenecks , optimized workload distribution and any other capacity building statistics that could be of managerial significance?  

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