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   1.Software withdrawal: IBM Data Integration Facility V2 select features 
  
 
Announcement Letters|ZP12-0493| Modified: 2012-11-13
  
 
 
   2.Software withdrawal: IBM Data Integration Facility V2 select features 
  
 
Announcement Letters|912-209| Modified: 2012-11-13
  
 
 
   3.Software withdrawal: IBM Data Integration Facility V2 select features 
  
 
Announcement Letters|LP12-0512| Modified: 2012-11-13
  
 
 
   4.Software withdrawal: IBM Data Integration Facility V2 select features 
  
 
Announcement Letters|A12-0804| Modified: 2012-11-13
  
 
 
   5.Software withdrawal: IBM Data Integration Facility V2 select features 
  
 
Announcement Letters|JP12-0389| Modified: 2011-59-31
  
 
 
   6.Software withdrawal: IBM Data Integration Facility V2 select features 
  
 
Announcement Letters|WP12-0123| Modified: 2012-11-13
  
 
 
   7.Software Withdrawal: IBM Data Integration Facility V1 
  
 
Announcement Letters|LP10-0428| Modified: 2010-10-12
  
 
 
   8.Software Withdrawal: IBM Data Integration Facility V1 
  
 
Announcement Letters|WP10-0109| Modified: 2010-10-12
  
 
 
   9.Software Withdrawal: IBM Data Integration Facility V1 
  
 
Announcement Letters|A10-0806| Modified: 2010-10-12
  
 
 
   10.Software Withdrawal: IBM Data Integration Facility V1 
  
 
Announcement Letters|ZP10-0413| Modified: 2010-10-12
  
 
 
   11.Software Withdrawal: IBM Data Integration Facility V1 
  
 
Announcement Letters|910-221| Modified: 2010-10-12
  
 
 
   12.IBM Data Integration Facility transforms POS data to IXRetail standard format 
 *-------------------------------------------------------------------* | At a glance | The IBM Data Integration Facility, part of a store-level infrastructure, consists of a programmer's API and a runtime process. These tools enable the following kinds of ... 
 
Announcement Letters|203-284| Modified: 2003-10-21
  
 
 
   13.IBM Data Integration Facility transforms POS data to IXRetail standard format 
 IBM Data Integration Facility is a Java-based background application that serves as a messaging hub for the store. It allows non-Java applications, such as CBASIC or C applications, to communicate with message systems like WebSphere MQ Everyplace or with ... 
 
Announcement Letters|ZP03-0462| Modified: 2004-01-27
  
 
 
   14.DIF 
  
 
Announcement Letters|AP03-1263| Modified: 2003-10-21