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Profiling a CICS Transaction Using Trace


Presentation

The CICS Trace allows you to see the CICS Commands executed by programs.  It can be an invaluable tool when trying to solve application problems in a production environment, and for catching problems before application updates make it into production.  This presentation will show you how to produce and collect trace.  It will show what is collected based on your settings and explain how to read it.  The presentation will finish with a demonstration on how to profile a real liberty Java application linking to legacy COBOL using only the internal trace.

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Stream: CICS
Room: Hungaroring
Time: 16:40 - 17:40

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Speakers


  • Ezriel Gross at Circle Software Incorporated
  • Ezriel Gross, Circle Software Incorporated

    ezriel@circle-us.com

    Ezriel is the CEO of Circle Software Inc. formally Circle Computer Group LLC, an IBM Business Partner that specializes in hands-on classes in CICS, DB2 & MQSeries.  Ezriel has been a "Gold Consultant" for many years, and has recently become an IBM Champion.  Besides consulting, he teaches and develops CICS courses for both IBM and Circle.  His specialties include: CICS Web Services, CICS Web Support, CICS Performance / Tuning, CICS Internals, CICSPlex SM, DevOps for CICS and CICS Liberty.


    Email: Ezriel@circle-us.com

  • Ezriel Gross at Circle Software Incorporated
  • Ezriel Gross, Circle Software Incorporated

    ezriel@circle-us.com

    Ezriel is the CEO of Circle Software Inc. formally Circle Computer Group LLC, an IBM Business Partner that specializes in hands-on classes in CICS, DB2 & MQSeries.  Ezriel has been a "Gold Consultant" for many years, and has recently become an IBM Champion.  Besides consulting, he teaches and develops CICS courses for both IBM and Circle.  His specialties include: CICS Web Services, CICS Web Support, CICS Performance / Tuning, CICS Internals, CICSPlex SM, DevOps for CICS and CICS Liberty.


    Email: Ezriel@circle-us.com

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