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IBM VSE/ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE VERSION 1 RELEASE 1
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Announcement Letter Number 290-513 dated September 5, 1990
US - Last Revised on September 5, 1990



Brief Description of Announcement, Charges, and Availability

VSE/Enterprise Systems Architecture (VSE/ESA (TM)) Version 1
Release 1 is IBM's entry ESA/390 (TM) Operating System offering for
transaction processing and batch.  VSE/ESA Version 1 is a direct
response to needs expressed by IBM customers and is a new,
evolutionary replacement for VSE/Systems Package (VSE/SP).
       VSE/ESA Version 1 supports IBM System/390 (TM) and ESA/390
technology.  It removes growth constraints, offers enhanced
availability capabilities, and expands VSE affinity to MVS/ESA (TM)
and SAA (TM).
       VSE/ESA Version 1 offers a high-quality, easy-to-install
package.  It is attractive as the primary system for small and
intermediate data centers or as unattended nodes in a network of VSE
and MVS systems.
       Planned Availability Date:  December 28, 1990.
 (TM) Trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.


Customer Letter Section

HIGHLIGHTS
o   Provides support of System/390 including PR/SM (TM) and ES
    Conversion Channel.  IBM 3390 DASD is fully supported
o   Offers support for larger real memory, more partitions, the
    dynamic channel subsystem, and virtual storage constraint relief
    (VSCR) for greater capacity
o   Participates in transaction processing strategy through CICS/VSE
    (TM) and Extended Recovery Facility (XRF) for enhanced
    availability
o   Offers an ESA/390 operating system platform for remote unattended
    systems
o   Upgrades of CICS/VSE and ACF/VTAM (TM) for greater MVS/ESA
    affinity
o   Optional IBM licensed program products VS COBOL II, CSP, and
    SQL/DS available for SAA application development
DESCRIPTION
GROWTH ENABLEMENT
VSE/ESA Version 1 supports IBM's newest technology.
       Processors:
o   IBM ES/9000 (TM) Models 330, 340
    -   Logical Partitioned mode
o   ES/3090-9000T (TM) Models 15T, 17T, 18T
    -   Logical Partitioned mode
o   ES/9000 Models 190, 210, 260, 320
    -   Basic ESA/390 mode
    -   Logical Partitioned mode
o   ES/9000 Models 120, 130, 150, 170
    -   Basic ESA/390 mode
    -   Logical Partitioned mode
    -   Basic System/370 mode
o   IBM Micro Channel (R) 370 Models 110, 112, 114.
 (R) Registered trademark of International Business Machines
   Corporation.
       I/O:
o   3390 DASD Models 1 and 2 in native mode*
o   IBM 9336 DASD Models 1 and 2
o   IBM 0671 DASD Models 4 and 8 for ES/9371
o   Dynamic Channel Subsystem
o   Extended Count-Key-Data (ECKD (TM))
o   ES Conversion Channels.
       * Fulfills the final part of the VSE Statement of Direction in
IBM Product Announcement 189-181, dated November 14, 1989.
       Removal of constraints results in potential for significant
increases in capacity and throughput, complementing the
price/performance of System/390 technology.
       Larger Real Memory: Supports up to 384MB of real memory.  This
is 24 times the limit of 16MB in VSE/SP.  Larger real memory can
reduce paging and complements the additional private space and
increased number of partitions in VSE/ESA Version 1.
       Virtual Storage Constraint Relief: ACF/VTAM is moved from
shared storage and placed in a private address space.  This reduces
shared storage requirements and results in increased storage
available to user applications.  On ESA processors, VSE/POWER can
also be moved from shared storage, and access registers are used by
VTAM (TM) and POWER for best performance.
       Users may see available user storage increase by as much as
2-4MB per address space.  For example, in a typical CICS application
limited by available user storage, an extra 3MB may allow a 30%
increase in the number of active users.
       Dynamic Partitions: A new type of partition has been added.
They are called dynamic because they exist only as long as they are
needed.  Dynamic partitions are grouped by class and jobs are
scheduled by class.  The theoretical maximum is in the range of
150-200.  Actual number of concurrently active partitions is
dependent upon the processor, system configuration, and customer
environment and job profile.
       The number of static partitions remains at 12.
       Dynamic partitions can yield significant added throughput for
batch processing.  They can help increase CICS (TM) capacity and
availability.  With the increased number of partitions, it is now
reasonable to use additional CICS partitions for added capacity or as
alternative CICS partitions for higher availability using facilities
of XRF.
       More Address Spaces: In prior versions of VSE, the maximum
number of address spaces is nine.  Each of the new dynamic partitions
occupies an address space of its own.  The number of address spaces
is thus (9 + (1 x dynamic partitions)).
       The maximum virtual size of any one address space remains
16MB.
       More Total Virtual Memory: The maximum total virtual memory
(VSIZE) is 256MB.  This is two times the old VSIZE of 128MB.  The
maximum virtual I/O area (VIO) is 128MB.  This is more than three
times the old VIO of 40MB.
       Dynamic Channel Subsystem: VSE/ESA Version 1 supports Dynamic
Path Selection and Dynamic Path Reconnect for more efficient I/O.  Up
to 256 channels are supported, or 16 times the previous limit.  Up to
eight paths are supported to a single device.  The result is
significantly more I/O capacity.
       VSE/ESA and PR/SM (TM): When combined with PR/SM on
System/390, VSE/ESA Version 1 offers new growth enhancing
capabilities for the VSE customer.  Potential uses include:
o   Customers with several VSE guests under VM/ESA may use VM/ESA's
    Multiple Preferred Guest support, to achieve better performance
    of the VSE guests.
o   Some VSE/VM customers may choose to run VSE/ESA Version 1
    production in a logical partition (LPAR) and run their VM with
    CMS and/or VSE test in a separate LPAR to simplify their
    environment.  Customers considering such a configuration may need
    additional I/O devices and I/O attachment hardware.
o   VSE customers without VM today may use separate LPARs for
    production and test or to ease migration from VSE/SP to VSE/ESA
    Version 1.
BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
VSE/ESA Version 1 enhances application opportunities in two major
areas, enhanced availability and remote unattended systems.
       Enhanced Availability: Includes considerations of planned as
well as unplanned downtime.  The XRF capability of CICS/VSE Version 2
Release 1 addresses these emerging requirements in an economical,
evolutionary way while protecting existing investments in programs
and skills.
       In a single Central Electronic Complex (CEC) configuration, a
partially initialized alternate CICS partition can take over from the
active CICS in a preplanned, automated way.  Restart time is reduced
and disruption to end users minimized.
       XRF can also help reduce planned downtime.  For example,
control can be transferred to the alternate CICS when there is
service or maintenance to be applied to the active CICS.  In this
way, service to end-users can continue.
       These same advantages, and more, apply to a single CEC where
the active and alternate CICS are in separate LPARs under PR/SM.  In
a dual CEC configuration there is the added advantage of processor
redundancy.
       Centrally Managed Remote Unattended Systems: VSE/ESA Version 1
continues to enhance the remote unattended environment.  Output of a
standalone DUMP can now be directed to DASD or tape.  This
complements extensive unattended functions introduced in VSE/SP
Version 4.  Among VSE optional products for this environment, DSNX
Version 2 Release 1 now includes capability for distributing
microcode to an IBM 9371.  VSE/OCCF Version 1 Release 4 supports
dynamic partitions.
       A complementary product (not part of VSE/ESA), MVS Central
Node Administration Tool (MVS/CNAT, 5685-136), offers enhanced
capabilities for management of remote unattended VSE nodes by an MVS
host.  Refer to IBM Programming Announcement 289-328, dated
June 20, 1989 or the MVS/CNAT General Information Manual (GC33-6440)
for details.
INVESTMENT PROTECTION
For VSE/ESA customers, MVS affinity means access to richer, more
productive SAA products (VS COBOL II or CSP).  VSE/ESA Version 1
supports the full range of uniprocessors from Micro Channel 370 to
ES/9000 Model 340.  Dual and multiprocessors are supported under
PR/SM or VM.  Customers have the granularity to handle a wide variety
of requirements.
       For customers affiliated with an MVS enterprise, MVS affinity
can result in savings through sharing of skills and programs.
       For customers contemplating a move to MVS/ESA, MVS affinity
means they can develop SAA applications under VSE/ESA with confidence
that important new investments can be migrated when the time is
right.
       IBM Business Partners who develop and market applications for

the MVS CICS platform can leverage existing and future investments.
VSE affinity to MVS can allow them to address a substantial worldwide
VSE opportunity in small and intermediate data centers (and remote
unattended systems in large MVS enterprises).
       CICS/VSE Version 2 Release 1: Replaces CICS/DOS/VS.  This
enhanced level of CICS brings the Extended Recovery Facility (XRF) to
the VSE customer.  It includes better multiregion operation (MRO)
performance, and improved serviceability.  Included are transaction
routing for LU6.2, dynamic transaction routing, and connectivity to
CICS OS/2 (R) for cooperative processing.  Support of SAA VS COBOL II
is added.
       For more details, refer to IBM Programming Announcement
290-521, dated September 5, 1990.
       ACF/VTAM Version 3 for VSE/ESA: Moving most of VTAM to a
private address space is a key element in VSCR.  VTAM itself now has
up to 12MB available, yielding additional network capacity and
availability.  Functions for increased availability, enhanced
connectivity, improved performance, and decreased network definition
which are now part of ACF/VTAM Version 3 Release 3 for MVS and VM are
included.
       For more details, refer to IBM Programming Announcement
290-555, dated September 5, 1990.
       Key new and upgraded optional products:
o   VS COBOL II is IBM's SAA COBOL language.  It has been updated to
    bring ANSI 85 standards to VSE.  Applications can be portable.
    Customer productivity and program reliability and maintainability
    can be improved through structured programming techniques.
    Double Byte Character Support (DBCS) includes translation of
    compiler diagnostics, run time messages, and report headings into
    Japanese.  For more details, refer to IBM Programming
    Announcement 290-533, dated September 5, 1990.
o   Cross Systems Product Version 3 Release 3 is IBM's SAA
    application generator.  The programmable workstation (PWS)
    feature exploits OS/2 graphics and power for greater programmer
    productivity.
o   SQL/DS Version 3 Release 1 is IBM's SAA Relational DBMS for VSE.
    It provides added usability and performance improvements along
    with a new procedure exit for NLS sort use.  With VSE/ESA
    Version 1 large real memory and VSCR, additional SQL/DS capacity
    and throughput can be achieved.
           SQL/DS Version 3 Release 1 provides VS COBOL II
    preprocessor support via a Small Programming Enhancement (SPE).
    This SPE is integrated with SQL/DS when it is delivered as an
    Optional Licensed Program Product with the VSE/ESA Version 1
    package.
o   VSE/OCCF Version 1 Release 4
o   VSE/DSNX Version 2 Release 1
o   DW/370 Version 2 Release 1
o   GDDM (TM)/VSE Version 2 Release 3
o   DL/I DOS/VS Version 1 Release 9.
SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
VSE/ESA Version 1 offers increased productivity for systems
programmers and operations staff.
       Constraint Relief: The same items which contribute to capacity
improvements in VSE/ESA Version 1 can result in savings or improved
productivity of systems programmer and operations staff.  Reduced
requirements for tuning and balancing the system may mean more time
and skills available to work on applications which improve business
competitiveness.  For example, the systems staff need no longer be
concerned about potential growth of ACF/VTAM and POWER in the common
area and a resulting reduction in user storage.  In another example,
added partitions may mean a reduction in extra shift hours for some
customers.
       CICS/VSE Version 2 Release 1 XRF:  With XRF an automated,
preplanned takeover can be achieved which lessens dependency on
operations staff during critical periods of unplanned downtime.  In
addition, XRF allows planned service or maintenance of CICS by the
systems staff while continuing to service end-users.
       Documentation Improvements: Much of the documentation for
VSE/ESA Version 1 has been restructured to better reflect the
integrated nature of components.  The result is easier retrieval of
information due to a more logical organization.
       New softcopy options are available.  Some documents for
VSE/ESA Version 1 will be available in source form (text plus IBM
BookMaster (R) tags).  This gives users of VSE/ESA and VM/ESA the
ability to use IBM BookManager (TM) under VM.  A smaller group of
VSE/ESA Version 1 documents will be available in readable form.
Using BookManager under DOS or OS/2, the user can down load one or
more of these readable manuals to a PWS with sufficient hard disk
capacity.
       VSE/POWER: In response to user requests, a transmitter exit
has been added.  Using this exit users may insert or delete records
before a file is sent.  For example, users are able to insert
standard separator pages into a series of files being transmitted to
a remote location.
       VSE/VSAM: Contains responses to three GUIDE requirements.  It
is now possible to write to a cluster from CMS and read immediately
from VSE using a read only catalog.  A REWIND option has been added
which keeps the tape unit ready after a backup or restore job.
       VSE/FAST COPY: Using multiple track read for ECKD DASD,
performance has been improved.  It will accept control statements
from SYSLOG.  Messages requesting permission can be suppressed.
       Interactive Interface (II): Configuration dialogs have been
streamlined.  The result is fewer panels with reduced redundancy and
duplication.  A new concept of generic specifications reduces the
impact of hardware changes and can improve maintainability and
productivity.
       Standalone DUMP to Disk: The standalone DUMP program can
reside on either disk or tape with the output of the standalone DUMP
directed to that same disk or tape.  Dialogs for problem handling
have been extended to better support the analysis of standalone dumps
on either tape or disk.
       National Language Support: VSE/ESA Version 1 will provide
panels, messages, and helps in the following languages: US English,
German, Japanese, and Spanish.
       DBCS console devices are supported.  In addition to translated
messages supplied with Japanese, other subsystems or user
applications can now communicate with the operator in a DBCS
language.
END-USER PRODUCTIVITY
VSE/ESA Version 1 takes advantage of the technology of System/390 for
improved response time and addition of new users and/or applications.
Enhanced availability options can help improve end-user productivity
and customer service.  Until now, VSE/VM customers may have spread
production work among VSE virtual systems in ways which may have been
inconvenient to end-users, but which were necessary to overcome VSE
constraints.  Some of these systems may now be recombined where
appropriate with the end-user's needs taking priority over
requirements of the system.
       VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1 contains the following IBM
licensed component programs:
VSE/ESA VERSION 1 RELEASE 1 IBM BASE PRODUCTS
Licensed            Program              Program    Version,
Program Functions   Name                 Number     Release
Basic System        VSE/Advanced         5686-032   5.1.0
Control             Functions             (1,4)
System Produc-      VSE/SP Unique Code   5686-028   5.1.0
tivity Support                            (1,5)
Display Station and ACF/VTAM for         5666-363   3.3.0
Networking Control   VSE/ESA              (2)
                    BTAM-ES              5746-RC5   1.1.0
                                          (2)
Transaction         CICS/VSE             5686-026   2.1.0
Processing                                (1,2,4)
                    CICS/VSE Report      5686-026   2.1.0
                    Controller Feature    (1,2,5)
Interactive Control VSE/ICCF             5686-036   3.1.0
                                          (1,2)
Spooling and        VSE/POWER            5686-033   5.1.0
Networking Control                        (1,2)
Data Management     VSE/VSAM             5686-037   2.1.0
                     (VSE+VM)             (1,2)

                    VSE/VSAM Space       5686-037    N.A.
                    Mgmt. Feature         (1,2)
Utilities           VSE/VSAM Backup/     5686-037    N.A.
                    Restore Feature       (1,2)
                    DITTO for            5688-052   3.2.0
                    VSE and VM            (2)
                    VSE/FAST COPY        5686-034   2.1.0
                                          (1,2,5)
Problem Diagnosis   VSE/EREP             5656-260   3.4.2
                                          (3)
                    VSE/OLTEP            5656-092   1.1.0
                                          (3)
Device Support      ICKDSF               5747-DS2   1.12.0
                                          (3)
Notes:
1.  Integral, and tested part of VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1.
2.  Integral part of VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1, but can be deleted
    from the system order if desired.  If this is done, the product
    must also be deleted from the customer's system during
    installation.
3.  The SCP products EREP, OLTEP, and ICKDSF are shipped together
    automatically with VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1.  They are not
    part of the Licensed Program Specifications of VSE/ESA Version 1
    Release 1.
4.  Will be shipped partially as OCO product.
5.  Will be shipped as OCO products.
       VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1 Optional IBM Licensed Program
Products complement the VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1 offering
according to the customer's specific needs in areas such as:
application development productivity, data base management systems,
networking, and distributed data processing (DDP) support.
       The licensed programs are service synchronized with the
VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1 base.  They may be ordered and delivered
with VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1.  Multiple optional IBM licensed
programs ordered together with VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1 will be
delivered stacked on one or more tape reels, 3480 cartridges, or
1/4-inch tape cartridges.  Individual licensing is required each
optional IBM licensed program.
       VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1 optional IBM licensed programs
have been tested together with VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1.
Interproduct/component dependencies are resolved for the VSE/ESA
Version 1 Release 1 user.  Dialog support for installation and
service of these products is provided in VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1.
OPTIONAL IBM LICENSED PROGRAMS AVAILABLE WITH VSE/ESA VERSION 1
RELEASE 1:
                                             VERSION,
                                     PROGRAM RELEASE,
PROGRAM NAME                         NUMBER  MODIFICATION
System Control
 VSE/Access Control -
 Logging and Reporting               5746-XE7     1.2.0
 VSE/OCCF                            5746-XC5     1.4.0
 VSE Software Inventory              5686-004     1.2.0
  Control
Network Control
 ACF/NCP for IBM 3725                5668-854     4.3.1
 ACF/SSP                             5666-322     3.5.0
 ACF/NCP for IBM 3720/3745           5668-738     5.3.0
 EP for ACF/NCP 5.3.0                5735-XXB     1.7.0
 NetView (R)                         5666-343     1.2.0
 FTP MVS/VSE                         5668-932     2.2.0
Compiler and Tools
 VS COBOL II Library                 5688-022     1.3.2
 VS COBOL II Compiler + Lib          5688-023     1.3.2
 VS COBOL II Comp+Lib+Debug          5668-958     1.3.2
 CICS/DDM VSE                        5686-018     1.2.0
 DOS/VS Sort Merge                   5746-SM2     2.5.0
 DOS/VS COBOL                        5746-CB1     1.3.0
 DOS/VS RPG II                       5746-RG1     1.3.0
 DOS PL/I
  Opt. Compiler and Libraries        5736-PL3     1.6.0
  Optimizing Compiler                5736-PL1     1.6.0
  Resident Library                   5736-LM4     1.6.0
  Transient Library                  5736-LM5     1.6.0
 SDF/CICS                            5746-XXT     1.5.0
  SDF/CICS Kanji feature
 CICSPARS/VSE                        5666-329     1.1.1
 CICSVR/VSE                          5686-011     1.1.0
Remote Control Support
 DSX                                 5668-915     3.2.0
 VSE/DSNX                            5686-041     2.1.0
Data Base
 SQL/DS                              5688-103     3.1.0
 DL/I DOS/VS                         5746-XX1     1.9.0
 Query DL/I                          5666-351     1.1.2
DP and Business
Professional Support
 CSP/AD                              5668-813     3.3.0
 CSP/AD PWS feature
 CSP/AE                              5668-814     3.3.0
 GDDM IMD                            5668-801     2.1.0
 GDDM VSE                            5666-328     2.3.0
  GDDM VSE NL feature
  GDDM PCLK feature
 GDDM PGF                            5668-812     2.1.0
  GDDM PGF - NL feature
 GDDM IVU                            5668-723     1.1.0
  GDDM IVU - NL feature
 QMF (TM)/VSE                        5666-292     1.1.0
  QMF/VSE - NL feature
                                             VERSION,
                                     PROGRAM RELEASE,
PROGRAM NAME                         NUMBER  MODIFICATION
Office Support
 PS/CICS                             5666-318     1.3.1
 DISOSS/370                          5666-270     3.4.0
 DW/370                              5686-022     2.1.0
  DW/370 VSE - NL feature
STATEMENT OF GENERAL DIRECTION
VSE/ESA direction
       It is IBM's intention to:
o   Increase VSE/ESA affinity to MVS/ESA and SAA in the context of a
    family of ESA/390 operating systems.
o   Selectively exploit the ESA/390 capabilities of ES/9000 systems
    such as 31-bit virtual addressing, data spaces, and ESCON (TM)
    channels.
o   Introduce an SAA C language to the VSE/ESA environment.
o   Introduce a new PSF as an optional product of VSE/ESA.
       VSE/ESA Relationship to SAA
       VSE is IBM's strategic ESA operating system for mid-range
online transaction processing and commercial batch environments.  The
significant improvements being announced today (VSE/ESA Version 1
Release 1), demonstrate IBM's commitment to VSE as a key investment
area.  In addition, IBM will use the strong affinity that exists
between VSE and SAA to make many SAA capabilities available to VSE
customers:
1.  SAA applications can be written and run under VSE CICS and can
    also be ported to MVS CICS.  IBM will maintain this VSE CICS
    consistency with the MVS CICS transaction processing environment.
2.  To keep the VSE CICS environment consistency with MVS CICS, VSE
    will support the following SAA components directly:
    o   SAA Languages: Cross System Product is already available.  VS
        COBOL II for VSE is being announced today.  IBM will provide
        an SAA C compiler for VSE.
    o   SAA Relational Data Base: SQL/DS is already available.  In
        the future, SQL/DS will exploit new VSE/ESA capabilities to
        provide additional performance improvement and functions.
    o   SAA Connectivity: Most SNA protocols and services and all
        protocols and services important to transaction processing
        are already available in VSE.  IBM has already stated it will
        provide CPI-C support through CICS in VSE.
3.  A VSE host can communicate with workstations running IBM EASEL
    for OS/2 EE as easily as any SAA host and thereby add the
    advantages of a CUA graphical user interface to existing 3270
    applications.  In addition, the relationship of VSE CICS to CICS
    OS/2 allows two alternative ways to use CUA: the OS/2
    Presentation Manager (TM) for Graphical CUA, and the OS/2 Dialog
    Manager for Entry or Text CUA.
4.  VSE will participate in the SAA concept of the integrated
    enterprise.  This means that VSE will play a role in the SAA
    solutions for network management, distributed files, AD/Cycle
    (TM) (as a target environment), etc, in addition to the items

    listed above.
5.  A VSE user requiring SAA elements or applications that are not
    supported directly by VSE, such as other languages, repository
    services, etc., can access them either through MVS or through VM.
    VM systems are readily available for those VSE systems running as
    guest machines, as are MVS systems where VSE is participating in
    a distributed network.
EDUCATION SUPPORT
       Education VSE/ESA Facilities and Migration Considerations
(A3809) is provided in classroom courses at various locations.
       A description of these self-study and classroom courses is
contained in the Catalog of IBM Education (G320-1244).  Call IBM
Direct Education at the toll-free number, 1-800-426-2468, for
schedules, and enrollments.
SCHEDULE
       Availability is planned for December 28, 1990.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
SPECIFIED OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
MACHINE REQUIREMENTS:  VSE/ESA Version 1 provides support for ES/9000
Models 120, 130, 150, 170, and ES/9000 Models 190, 210, 260, 320 in
basic ESA/390 mode.  VSE/ESA Version 1 is also supported on all
System/390 processors in Logical Partitioned mode or under VM/ESA.
System/370 mode of VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1 also supports ES/9000
Models 120, 130, 150, 170 in basic System/370 mode and the Micro
Channel 370 Models 110, 112, and 114.
       VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1 also supports all processors
currently supported by VSE/SP Version 4 except System/370 Models 135
and 138.  A complete list of IBM processors supported by VSE/ESA can
be found in the VSE/ESA Planning Manual (SC33-6503).  This manual
also provides a list of devices supported by VSE/ESA including those
devices newly added or removed.
MINIMUM CONFIGURATION:
1.  The minimum processor storage required for VSE/ESA Version 1 is
    4MB.  Depending on products used and the customer environment,
    more processor storage may be required.
2.  Approximately 430MB of system DASD (depending on the type) on two
    volumes is required for a standard system.  A detailed DASD
    layout can be found in the VSE/ESA Installation Manual
    (SC33-6504).
3.  One tape unit is required to install VSE/ESA Version 1.
4.  One line printer or local terminal printer (with approximately
    300 lpm) is required.
5.  At least one CICS display unit.
6.  A systems console.
PROGRAMMING REQUIREMENTS
MODE COMPARISON
VSE/ESA SUPERVISOR
       MODES                        370      ESA
PROCESSOR MODES                     370   ESA/390
NEW VSE/ESA FUNCTIONS
Larger Real Mem (>16MB)             No      Yes
VSCR
 VTAM in priv addr sp               Yes     Yes (1)
 POWER in priv addr sp              No      Yes (1)
Dynamic Partitions                  Yes     Yes
More Address Spaces                 Yes     Yes
More Channels                       No      Yes
Dynamic Channel Subsys              No      Yes
ES Conversion Channel               No      Yes (2)
Notes:
1.  Access registers used.
2.  VSE ES Conversion Channel support allows for point-to-point
    connections from the processor to an ESCON Converter Model 1.  It
    does not support IBM 3172, 3174, and 3175.
SUPERVISOR MODES:  VSE/ESA is offered in four supervisor modes (E
mode is no longer supported) for customer investment protection and
growth.
1.  ESA mode (new) provides the richest support in VSE/ESA.  ESA mode
    supports real memories greater than 16MB and the Dynamic Channel
    subsystem.  ESA mode supports ESA processors and tolerates 370-XA
    processors for investment protection.
2.  370 mode offers many VSE/ESA capabilities and values to users
    with installed System/370 processors.  This provides significant
    investment protection as well as the flexibility of migration to
    VSE/ESA Version 1 prior to installation of ESA/390 processors.
    370 mode can also be used with the ES/9000 Models 120, 130, 150,
    170 in basic System/370 mode and Micro Channel 370.
3.  VMESA mode (new) is essentially the same as VM mode but adds
    support for the Dynamic Channel subsystem.
4.  VM mode offers a VM handshaking system in a single real address
    space of up to 16MB.
VSE/VM ENVIRONMENT:  VSE/ESA is supported on any processor (including
dual and multiprocessors) running under VM as long as VM itself
supports that processor.  VSE/ESA will run with the following
versions of VM in the indicated modes:
                              VSE/ESA SUPERVISOR MODES
VM VERSIONS                   370    VM      ESA    VMESA
VM/SP R5 or 6                 V,R    V       No      No
VM/SP R5 or 6 with HPO        V,R    V       No      No
VM/ESA V1, S/370 Feature      V,R    V       No      No
VM/XA (TM) SP R1 or 2         V,R,F  V       V,R,F   V
VM/ESA V1, ESA Feature        V,R,F  V       V,R,F   V
VM Linkage Enhancements       Yes    Yes     Yes     Yes
VSE DAT                       On     Off     On      Off
VSE Paging & CCW Trans        Yes    No      Yes     No
VM modes
V = Virtual Guest.
R = Real or Preferred Guest.
F = Multiple Preferred Guests possible (PR/SM required).
       Most VM linkage enhancements (not IUCV) previously available
only in the VM mode of VSE are now available for all VSE/ESA modes.
In both MODE=VM and VMESA, the VSE guest is limited to 16MB virtual.
       Preferred Machine Assist (PMA) was designed to provide
performance improvements when running under VM by dedicating real
resources to a VSE virtual machine.  With System/390 and PR/SM,
multiple preferred machines may be used with VM/ESA (with ESA
feature) and VSE/ESA (370 or ESA mode) for performance benefits
similar to those provided by PMA.
LIMITATIONS:  Dynamic partitions have some limitations which do not
apply to static partitions (no VTAM, BTAM or DOS/VS COBOL compiles,
for example).  However, most CICS/VSE and batch work is fully
supported.  For more details, contact your IBM marketing
representative.
       The IBM VSE Performance Tool (VSE/PT, 5796-PLQ), will not be
supported on VSE/ESA Version 1.  However, there are vendor products
which can be used.  For more details, contact your IBM marketing
representative.
       IBM Distributed Systems Executive (DSX) Version 3 Release 2
(5668-915) contains some functions which use IBM Interactive System
Productivity Facility (ISPF) Version 1 Release 1 (5668-960).  ISPF is
not supported on VSE/ESA.  Therefore, customers should be aware that
they may need to use equivalent batch interfaces for some functions.
Certain other functions of DSX may not be available.  Customers
should carefully review DSX documentation and their anticipated use
of the product.
PERFORMANCE CONSIDERATIONS:  Two elements of performance are resource
usage and capacity.
       Resource usage refers to the number of instructions executed
and number of I/O operations as examples.  All other things being
equal, VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1 resource usage is similar to
VSE/SP Version 4.
       Capacity improvement (growth potential) is the major
performance news in VSE/ESA Version 1 especially ESA mode.
Improvement is made possible by the following enhancements:  larger
real memory, virtual storage constraint relief, new dynamic
partitions, more address spaces, more total virtual memory, and
dynamic channel subsystem.
       For Transaction Processing: In ESA mode, the virtual storage
constraint relief may be as much as 2MB or more.  For a single CICS
partition this means the potential for a corresponding capacity
increase, or approximately 30% more active users (without needing to
use CICS transaction routing).  The dynamic partitions and more real
storage allow for more CICS partitions and the potential for even
greater capacity gains.
       For Batch Processing: The large number of dynamic partitions
can mean significantly more capacity for batch jobs as well,
depending on characteristics of the batch workload.  For example, the
degree to which jobs are independent and can be run in parallel or

are serial in nature, can influence potential throughput gains.
       VSE/ESA Version 1 also has performance improvements in the
support of ECKD devices, especially for VSE/FAST COPY using multiple
track reads.
       Capacity improvements for any specific customer will depend
upon workload characteristics, machine configuration, and operational
effectiveness.  Capacity increases can be realized only if enough
processing power, real memory, and I/O capacity are provided.
       Further virtual storage constraint relief and capacity
potential can be expected in the future when 31-bit addressing is
used to support CICS/VSE programs beyond 16MB for ESA/390.
       Additional performance information will be available prior to
availability.
USER GROUP REQUIREMENTS:  This announcement addresses numerous
customer requests and satisfies fully or partially 26 requirements
from the GUIDE User Group, and 11 from the COMMON User Group listed:
GO4CPR88002     VSE support for extended hard/software
                 facilities
                       -- More than 16MB real storage
                       -- More than 16 channels
                       -- More than 12 partitions
                       -- More virtual storage
ESDOSD82007     More real and virtual storage
ESDOSD86250     More than 16MB real
GO4CPR86027     More than 16MB real
GO4CPR84008     More than 16 channels
ESVSES88036     More than 16MB real
ESDOSD89009     XA support
ESDOSD89022     ESA support in VSE
S7-0093 (COMMON Spring 1988) More than 16MB real
S7-0091 (COMMON Spring 1988) More than 16MB real
GO4CPR88004     More than 3 address spaces
ESDOSD89016     More partitions
ESVSES87005     More partitions
ESVSES88014     More partitions
ESDOSD89005     Dynamic partition size
S7-0074 (COMMON Fall 1987) More partitions
S7-0016 (COMMON Spring 1989) More partitions
S7-0017 (COMMON Spring 1989) Dynamic partitions
GO4CPR88042     POWER should run in a private VSE address
                 space
ESDOSD89014     POWER and VTAM should use private address
                 spaces
GO4CPR84058     POWER in private space
ESVSES88004     POWER in private space
GO4CPR88040     ACF/VTAM  should run in a private VSE
                 address space
S7-0078 (COMMON Spring 1988) POWER in private partition
S7-0079 (COMMON Spring 1988) VTAM in private partition
S7-0092 (COMMON Spring 1988) VTAM in private partition
S7-0010 (COMMON Spring 1989) VTAM in private partition
GO4CPR88067     Support return codes in FAST COPY
GO4CPR89004     Rearrange order of dump
GO4CPR89039     Stand alone dump to disk
S7-0011 (COMMON Spring 1989)  Single key stroke option
                 for printing
S7-0083 (COMMON Spring 1988)  Easy print option in II
GO4CPR88056     Impede sending messages to all users (II)
GO4CPR86018     Read-only access in a VM environment
GO4CPR86050     Cancel step return code 16
GO4CPR84063     Backup/Restore to allow user control of tape
                 position
GO4CPR89043     ICCF procedure enhancements
Note: GOxxxxxxxxx = GUIDE
        ESxxxxxxxxx = GUIDE
        S7-xxxx     = COMMON
PLANNING INFORMATION
CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES:  The customer is responsible for the
evaluation of the adequacy of the offering to address individual
customer requirements, and for the selection, implementation, and
adequacy of security procedures for their applications (refer to the
Security, Audibility and Control section).  The VSE/ESA Installation
(SC33-6504), and VSE/ESA Planning (SC33-6503) manuals will serve as
an aid for this task.
INSTALLABILITY:
o   Most of the functions in VSE/ESA Version 1 remove existing
    limitations and are transparent to the user.
o   Usability of machine configuration dialogs has been improved over
    VSE/SP Version 4.
o   The predefined environments offer a system layout with static and
    dynamic partitions.  Full utilization of dynamic partitions will
    require a small amount of JCL changes and operator training to
    introduce job classes.
o   VSE/ESA Version 1 customers running ESA mode on System/390 or any
    ESA or 370XA processor must do an Input/Output Configuration Data
    Set (IOCDS) generation for the dynamic channel subsystem.
ENHANCED SERVICE SUPPORT OFFERING:  The IBM SoftwareXcel family of
offerings is available to reduce the time to reach the VSE/ESA
platform by performing many of the activities usually performed by
the customer's technical staff while improving the on-going system
software service environment.  Services ranging from enhanced
electronic support to customized product and service installation and
system migration services are available.
PACKAGING:  The VSE/ESA Version 1 is distributed via tape or
cartridge media.  The number of tapes or cartridges depend on the
number of optional products ordered.
VENDOR TESTING:  To enable software vendors to port their
applications to VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1, IBM is inviting vendors
to participate in an Early Test Program (ETP).  This program, offered
prior to availability of VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1, will provide a
suitable system environment for verification test and access to new
functions.  The program is made available through the IBM Software
Vendor System Support Center in Dallas, Texas, call 1-800-627-8363 or
1-817-962-8102 for more information.
SECURITY, AUDITABILITY AND CONTROL
       The announced program uses the existing security and
auditability features of its components.
       User management is responsible for evaluation, selection, and
implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and
appropriate controls in application systems and communication
facilities.
ORDERING INFORMATION
       An order for VSE/ESA Version 1 consists of both of the
following:
o   Two or more individual licensed program component orders
    (composed of base programs and optional programs)
o   One System Program Order (SPO).
       The individual licensed program component orders are required
for asset registration and billing.  The SPO order is required to
stack the machine-readable materials for each program onto one medium
for delivery.
NEW LICENSEES
Orders for VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1 must be placed using the HONE
configurator CFPROGS.  Orders for new licenses will be accepted now.
Unless a later date is specified, orders entered prior to December
28, 1990 will be scheduled for shipment January 31, 1991.  Orders
entered after December 28, 1990 will be scheduled for the week
following order entry.
       New users of VSE/ESA Version 1 should specify:
                     Type:  5750     Model:  ACD
BASIC LICENSE:  To order a basic license for an individual component
program, specify the program number, feature number 9001 for asset
registration, and the appropriate registration feature number.  For a
graduated one-time charge or graduated monthly license charge,
specify one of the feature numbers as applicable and corresponding to
the group that contains the designated machine.
DSLO LICENSE:  To order a DSLO license for an individual component
program, specify the program number, feature 9901 for asset
registration, the appropriate registration feature number, and the
feature number for a graduated one-time charge or graduated monthly
license charge that corresponds to the group containing the
designated machine.
       Ordering a DSLO feature will result in IBM maintaining a
record of this customer location as a DSLO user only.  All material
for the DSLO license must be ordered by the basic license.  If a user
selects DSLO, no other feature numbers are valid for this order and
no program materials or updates will be shipped.
BASIC AND DSLO LICENSES:  The group can be determined by referring to
the Exhibit for IBM System/370 and System/390 Machines (Z125-3901) or
the Exhibit for Non-IBM Machines (Z125-3902) that are associated with
the Agreement for IBM Licensed Programs (Z125-3358).

ENTRY SUPPORT LICENSE (ESL) OR LICENSE TO USE (LTU):  To order an ESL
or LTU license, specify the program number, feature number 9001 for
asset registration, the appropriate registration and feature number,
ESL or LTU one-time charge feature number.
       Note: ESL and LTU licensed machines can be determined by
referring to the Exhibit for IBM Entry End User/370 Machines
(Z125-4382) that is associated with the IBM Entry End User/370
Amendment (Z125-4379).
ACF/VTAM V3 FOR VSE (5666-363)
                                             Order
For details, refer to IBM Programming        Registration
Announcement 290-555,                        Feature
dated September 5, 1990
                                             6420
CICS/VSE (5686-026)
             GRADUATED LICENSE CHARGES        ORDER
             ONE-TIME       MONTHLY           REGISTRATION
PROCESSOR    FEATURE        FEATURE           FEATURE
GROUP        BASIC  DSLO    BASIC    DSLO
                                                6036
  10         1209   1261    1196     1248
  15         1210   1262    1197     1249
  18         1211   1263    1198     1250
  20         1212   1264    1199     1251
  25         1213   1265    1200     1252
  28         1214   1266    1201     1253
  29         1052   1056    1050     1054
  30         1215   1267    1202     1254
  31         1053   1057    1051     1055
  32         1216   1268    1203     1255
  35         1217   1269    1204     1256
  38         1218   1270    1205     1257
  40         1219   1271    1206     1258
  50         1220   1272    1207     1259
  60         1221   1273    1208     1260
ESL =  0618
LTU =  0619
CICS/VSE RCF (5686-026)
             GRADUATED LICENSE CHARGES        ORDER
             ONE-TIME       MONTHLY           REGISTRATION
PROCESSOR    FEATURE        FEATURE           FEATURE
GROUP        BASIC  DSLO    BASIC    DSLO
                                                6058
  10         1235   1287    1222     1274
  15         1236   1288    1223     1275
  18         1237   1289    1224     1276
  20         1238   1290    1225     1277
  25         1239   1291    1226     1278
  28         1240   1292    1227     1279
  29         1632   1636    1630     1634
  30         1241   1293    1228     1280
  31         1633   1637    1631     1635
  32         1242   1294    1229     1281
  35         1243   1295    1230     1282
  38         1244   1296    1231     1283
  40         1245   1297    1232     1284
  50         1246   1298    1233     1285
  60         1247   1299    1234     1286
ESL = 0500
LTU = 0600
VSE/SP UNIQUE CODE 5.1.0 (5686-028)
             GRADUATED LICENSE CHARGES        ORDER
             ONE-TIME       MONTHLY           REGISTRATION
PROCESSOR    FEATURE        FEATURE           FEATURE
GROUP        BASIC  DSLO    BASIC    DSLO
  10         0914   0973    0986     0999
  15         0915   0974    0987     1000
  18         0916   0975    0988     1001
  20         0917   0976    0989     1002
  25         0918   0977    0990     1003
  28         0919   0978    0991     1004
  29         1886   1890    1887     1891
  30         0933   0979    0992     1005
  31         1888   1892    1889     1893
  32         0934   0980    0993     1006
  35         0935   0981    0994     1007
  38         0936   0982    0995     1008
  40         0937   0983    0996     1009
  50         0939   0984    0997     1036
  60         0972   0985    0998     1037
ESL = 0277
LTU = 0278
VSE/AF 5.1.0 (5686-032)
             GRADUATED LICENSE CHARGES        ORDER
             ONE-TIME       MONTHLY           REGISTRATION
PROCESSOR    FEATURE        FEATURE           FEATURE
GROUP        BASIC  DSLO    BASIC    DSLO
  10         1066   1079    1092     1106
  15         1067   1080    1093     1107
  18         1068   1081    1094     1108
  20         1069   1082    1095     1109
  25         1070   1083    1096     1110
  28         1071   1084    1097     1131
  29         1810   1814    1811     1815
  30         1072   1085    1098     1132
  31         1812   1816    1813     1817
  32         1073   1086    1099     1133
  35         1074   1087    1101     1134
  38         1075   1088    1102     1135
  40         1076   1089    1103     1136
  50         1077   1090    1104     1137
  60         1078   1091    1105     1138
ESL = 0290
LTU = 0291
VSE/POWER 5.1.0 (5686-033)
             GRADUATED LICENSE CHARGES        ORDER
             ONE-TIME       MONTHLY           REGISTRATION
PROCESSOR    FEATURE        FEATURE           FEATURE
GROUP        BASIC  DSLO    BASIC    DSLO
                                                6034
  10         1301   1315    1328     1341
  15         1302   1316    1329     1342
  18         1303   1317    1330     1343
  20         1304   1318    1331     1344
  25         1305   1319    1332     1345
  28         1306   1320    1333     1346
  29         1846   1850    1847     1851
  30         1307   1321    1334     1347
  31         1848   1852    1849     1853
  32         1308   1322    1335     1348
  35         1309   1323    1336     1349
  38         1310   1324    1337     1350
  40         1311   1325    1338     1351
  50         1312   1326    1339     1352
  60         1314   1327    1340     1353
ESL = 0292
LTU = 0293
VSE/FAST COPY 2.1.0 (5686-034)
             GRADUATED LICENSE CHARGES        ORDER
             ONE-TIME       MONTHLY           REGISTRATION
PROCESSOR    FEATURE        FEATURE           FEATURE
GROUP        BASIC  DSLO    BASIC    DSLO
                                                6037
  10         0150   0269    1420     1433
  15         0151   0270    1421     1434
  18         0152   0271    1422     1435
  20         0153   0272    1423     1436
  25         1408   1414    1424     1437
  28         1409   1415    1425     1438
  29         1933   1937    1934     1938
  30         0154   0273    1426     1439
  31         1935   1939    1936     1940
  32         1410   1416    1427     1440
  35         1411   1417    1428     1441
  38         1412   1418    1429     1442
  40         0155   0274    1430     1443
  50         0156   0275    1431     1444
  60         1413   1419    1432     1445
ESL = 0181
LTU = 0182
VSE/ICCF 3.1.0 (5686-036)
             GRADUATED LICENSE CHARGES        ORDER
             ONE-TIME       MONTHLY           REGISTRATION
PROCESSOR    FEATURE        FEATURE           FEATURE
GROUP        BASIC  DSLO    BASIC    DSLO
                                                6033
  10         1140   1153    1166     1179
  15         1141   1154    1167     1180
  18         1142   1155    1168     1181
  20         1143   1156    1169     1182
  25         1144   1157    1170     1183
  28         1145   1158    1171     1184
  29         1802   1806    1803     1807
  30         1146   1159    1172     1185
  31         1804   1808    1805     1809
  32         1147   1160    1173     1186
  35         1148   1161    1174     1187
  38         1149   1162    1175     1188
  40         1150   1163    1176     1189
  50         1151   1164    1177     1190
  60         1152   1165    1178     1191
ESL = 0369
LTU = 0361
VSE/VSAM 2.1.0 (5686-037)
             GRADUATED LICENSE CHARGES        ORDER
             ONE-TIME       MONTHLY           REGISTRATION
PROCESSOR    FEATURE        FEATURE           FEATURE
GROUP        BASIC  DSLO    BASIC    DSLO

                                                6035
  10         1355   1368    1381     1394
  15         1356   1369    1382     1395
  18         1357   1370    1383     1396
  20         1358   1371    1384     1397
  25         1359   1372    1385     1398
  28         1360   1373    1386     1399
  29         1909   1913    1910     1914
  30         1361   1374    1387     1400
  31         1911   1915    1912     1916
  32         1362   1375    1388     1401
  35         1363   1376    1389     1402
  38         1364   1377    1390     1403
  40         1365   1378    1391     1404
  50         1366   1379    1392     1405
  60         1367   1380    1393     1406
ESL = 0370
LTU = 0371
VSE/VSAM S/M 2.1.0 (5686-037)
             GRADUATED LICENSE CHARGES        ORDER
             ONE-TIME       MONTHLY           REGISTRATION
PROCESSOR    FEATURE        FEATURE           FEATURE
GROUP        BASIC  DSLO    BASIC    DSLO
                                                6038
  10         1446   1459    1472     1485
  15         1447   1460    1473     1486
  18         1448   1461    1474     1487
  20         1449   1462    1475     1488
  25         1450   1463    1476     1489
  28         1451   1464    1477     1490
  29         1925   1929    1926     1930
  30         1452   1465    1478     1491
  31         1927   1931    1928     1932
  32         1453   1466    1479     1492
  35         1454   1467    1480     1493
  38         1455   1468    1481     1494
  40         1456   1469    1482     1495
  50         1457   1470    1483     1496
  60         1458   1471    1484     1497
ESL = 0372
LTU = 0373
VSE/VSAM B/R 2.1.0 (5686-037)
             GRADUATED LICENSE CHARGES        ORDER
             ONE-TIME       MONTHLY           REGISTRATION
PROCESSOR    FEATURE        FEATURE           FEATURE
GROUP        BASIC  DSLO    BASIC    DSLO
                                              6039
  10         1508   1521    1534     1547
  15         1509   1522    1535     1548
  18         1510   1523    1536     1549
  20         1511   1524    1537     1550
  25         1512   1525    1538     1551
  28         1513   1526    1539     1552
  29         1917   1921    1918     1922
  30         1514   1527    1540     1553
  31         1919   1923    1920     1924
  32         1515   1528    1541     1554
  35         1516   1529    1542     1555
  38         1517   1530    1543     1556
  40         1518   1531    1544     1557
  50         1519   1532    1545     1558
  60         1520   1533    1546     1559
ESL = 0380
LTU = 0381
DITTO FOR VSE AND VM 3.2.0 (5688-052)
                                               Order
For details, refer to IBM Programming          Registration
Announcement 290-534                           Feature
dated September 5, 1990.
                                               6054
BTAM/ES 1.1.0 (5746-RC5)
                                               Order
For details, refer to IBM Programming          Registration
Announcement P79-093, dated                    Feature
April 3, 1979 and 390-010,
dated February 6, 1990.
                                               6100
VSE/OLTEP 1.1.0 (5656-092)
No feature numbers required, will be shipped automatically with
5750-ACD.
VSE/EREP 3.4.2 (5656-260)
No feature numbers required, will be shipped automatically with
5750-ACD.
ICKDSF 1.12.0 (5747-DS2)
No chargeable feature numbers required, will be shipped automatically
with 5750-ACD.
SINGLE VERSION CHARGING:  To elect Single Version Charging, customers
must notify and identify to IBM the prior program and replacement
program and the designated machine the programs are operating on.
VERSION-TO-VERSION UPGRADE CREDIT:  To upgrade from a prior program
acquired for a one-time charge to a replacement program using a
Version-to-Version upgrade credit, customers must notify and identify
to IBM the applicable prior program and replacement program
participating in the upgrade credit.
BASIC MACHINE-READABLE MATERIAL:  To order, select the feature number
of the desired distribution medium.
       Basic machine-readable material for the individual licensed
component programs will be shipped on 9/1600 or 9/6250 tape reels,
3480 cartridges or  1/4-inch tape cartridges as part of the 5750-ACD
systems program order.
       Order features for VSE/ESA Version 1 Base products (to be
loaded under 5750-ACD):
       Full function (all VSE/ESA Version 1 Base products):
1454      9/1600 bpi Magnetic Tape
1455      9/6250 bpi Magnetic Tape
1456      3480 Tape Cartridge
1457       1/4-inch Tape Cartridge
       Partial function (all VSE/ESA Version 1 Base products with
deletions):
1464      9/1600 bpi Magnetic Tape
1465      9/6250 bpi Magnetic Tape
1466      3480 Tape Cartridge
1467       1/4-inch Tape Cartridge
       High-level identifiers (media feature numbers for all optional
program products, to be loaded under 5750-ACD):
3402      9/1600 bpi Magnetic Tape
3401      9/6250 bpi Magnetic Tape
3405      3480 Tape Cartridge
3403       1/4-inch Tape Cartridge
       Special media features for non-IBM processors (to be loaded
under 5750-ACD):
1486      9/1600 bpi Magnetic Tape
1487      9/6250 bpi Magnetic Tape
1488      3480 Tape Cartridge
1489       1/4-inch Tape Cartridge
       Tracking features for VSE/ESA Version 1 Base products (to be
loaded under 5750-ACD):
1445      Full Function
1446      Partial Function
       No-charge products/items (optional products items for all
VSE/ESA Version 1 full and partial function orders, to be loaded
under 5750-ACD):
7576     DITTO for VM
7577     VSAM for VM
7013     Softcopy
          feature (prebuilt sublibrary of BookManager
                  readable manuals; sublibrary consists of
         9/6250   command reference manuals for VSE/ESA,
         bpi only CICS/VSE, and DITTO; BookManager
                  Version 1.2 READ support required).
7014     Softcopy
          feature (source for ca.  40 manuals for VSE/ESA,
                  CICS/VSE, and DITTO; source means
         9/6250   BookMaster tags plus text;
         bpi only feature can be used on systems that have
                  BookManager for VM installed).
       To suppress initial shipment of machine-readable materials and
publications, and for serial number assignment only, use initial
order suppress feature number 3444.
OPTIONAL MACHINE-READABLE MATERIAL:  To order, select the appropriate
program product number and option for the desired distribution medium
9/1600, 9/6250 Magnetic Tapes, 3480 or  1/4-inch Tape Cartridges.
ACF/VTAM VERSION 3 RELEASE 3 FOR VSE (5666-363)
5860      9/1600 bpi Magnetic Tape
5861      9/6250 bpi Magnetic Tape
5862      3480 Tape Cartridge
5864       1/4-inch Tape Cartridge
CICS/VSE (5686-026) VERSION 2 RELEASE 3
6061      9/1600 bpi Magnetic Tape
6062      9/6250 bpi Magnetic Tape
6063      3480 Tape Cartridge
6064       1/4-inch Tape Cartridge
VSE/AF (5686-032) VERSION 5 RELEASE 1
7080      9/1600 bpi Magnetic Tape
7081      9/6250 bpi Magnetic Tape
7082      3480 Tape Cartridge
7083       1/4-inch Tape Cartridge
VSE/POWER (5686-033) VERSION 5 RELEASE 1
7065      9/1600 bpi Magnetic Tape
7066      9/6250 bpi Magnetic Tape
7067      3480 Tape Cartridge
7068       1/4-inch Tape Cartridge
VSE/ICCF (5686-036) VERSION 3 RELEASE 1
7009      9/1600 bpi Magnetic Tape
7010      9/6250 bpi Magnetic Tape
7011      3480 Tape Cartridge
7012       1/4-inch Tape Cartridge

VSE/VSAM (5686-037) VERSION 2 RELEASE 1
7129      9/1600 bpi Magnetic Tape
7130      9/6250 bpi Magnetic Tape
7131      3480 Tape Cartridge
7132       1/4-inch Tape Cartridge
VSE/VSAM S/M (5686-037) VERSION 2 RELEASE 1
7137      9/1600 bpi Magnetic Tape
7138      9/6250 bpi Magnetic Tape
7139      3480 Tape Cartridge
7140       1/4-inch Tape Cartridge
VSE/VSAM B/R 5686-037 VERSION 2 RELEASE 1
7133      9/1600 bpi Magnetic Tape
7134      9/6250 bpi Magnetic Tape
7135      3480 Tape Cartridge
7136       1/4-inch Tape Cartridge
       Optional material contains RESTRICTED MATERIAL OF IBM.
UNLICENSED DOCUMENTATION FOR VSE/ESA VERSION 1 RELEASE 1 BASE
PRODUCTS:  Documentation for VSE/ESA Version 1 Release 1 will be
shipped as defined in IBM Marketing Announcement 387-112, dated
June 30, 1987.
PUBLICATIONS
       A memo, program directory, and one copy of the IBM
publications listed below are supplied with the basic
machine-readable material:
       Base Publication Set - shipped with full and partial function
orders:
GT00-3884   GC33-6500   VSE/ESA Licensed Program
                         Specifications
GT00-3885   GC33-6501   VSE/ESA General Information
ST00-3886   GC33-6502   VSE/ESA Evolution and Support
                         of ESA/390
ST00-3887   SC33-6503   VSE/ESA Planning
ST00-3888   SC33-6504   VSE/ESA Installation
ST00-3889   SC33-6505   VSE/ESA Administration
ST00-3890   SC33-6506   VSE/ESA Operation
ST00-3891   SC33-6507   VSE/ESA Messages and Codes
   N/A      SX33-9020   Two Binders for SC33-6507
ST00-3892   SC33-6508   VSE/ESA Networking Support
ST00-3893   SC33-6509   VSE/ESA Using IBM Workstations
ST00-3894   SC33-6510   VSE/ESA Guide for Solving Problems
ST00-3895   SC33-6511   VSE/ESA Guide to System Functions
ST00-3896   SC33-6512   VSE/ESA Unattended Node Support
ST00-3897   SC33-6513   VSE/ESA System Control Statements
ST00-3898   SC33-6514   VSE/ESA Diagnosis Tools
ST00-3899   SC33-6515   VSE/ESA System Macro User's Guide
ST00-3946   SC33-6516   VSE/ESA System Macro Reference
ST00-3947   SC33-6517   VSE/ESA System Utilities
ST00-3948   GC33-6518   VSE/ESA Library Guide, Poster
ST00-3949   GC33-6519   VSE/ESA Library Guide, Book
ST00-3900   SC33-6520   VSE/ESA Master Index
GT00-3951   GX33-9023   VSE/ESA Quick Reference
GT00-3555   GC28-1378   EREP User's Guide and Reference
GT00-3860   GC28-1181   EREP System Contr. Progr. Specs
GQ33-6156   GC33-6156   OLTEP Installation and Operation
GT00-3377   GC35-0033   ICKDSF User's Guide and Reference
Publications for VSE/ICCF (5686-036)
Publication Group Feature: 7030
ST00-3910   SC33-6561   VSE/ICCF Primer
ST00-3911   SC33-6562   VSE/ICCF Administration and
                         Operation
ST00-3912   SC33-6563   VSE/ICCF User's Guide
Publications for VSE/POWER (5686-033)
Publication Group Feature: 7031
ST00-3902   SC33-6571   VSE/POWER Administration and
                         Operations
ST00-3903   SC33-6572   VSE/POWER Remote Job Entry
ST00-3904   SC33-6573   VSE/POWER Networking
ST00-3905   SC33-6574   VSE/POWER Application
                         Programming
Publications for VSE/VSAM (5686-037)
Publication Group Feature: 7032
ST00-3906   GC33-6531   VSE/VSAM Introduction
ST00-3907   SC33-6532   VSE/VSAM Commands and Macros
ST00-3908   SC33-6535   VSE/VSAM Programmer's
                         Reference
Publications for CICS/VSE (5686-026)
Publication Group Feature: 7033
ST00-3952   SC33-0719   CICS Licensed Program
                         Specifications
ST00-3950   SC33-0718   CICS Facilities and Planning Guide
GT00-3953   GC33-0700   CICS Release Guide
ST00-3954   SC33-0706   CICS System Def. and Operations
ST00-3955   SC33-0707   CICS Customization Guide
ST00-3956   SC33-0708   CICS Resource Definition (Online)
ST00-3957   SC33-0709   CICS Resource Definition (Macro)
ST00-3958   SC33-0710   CICS Supplied Transactions
ST00-3959   SC33-0711   CICS System Programming Reference
GT00-0356   GC33-0356   CICS Library Guide
ST00-3960   SC33-0715   CICS Master Index
ST00-3961   SX33-6079   CICS User's Handbook
ST00-3962   SC33-0716   CICS Problem Determination Guide
ST00-3963   SC33-0701   CICS Intercommunications Guide
ST00-3964   SC33-0702   CICS Recovery and Restart Guide
ST00-3965   SC33-0703   CICS Performance Guide
SC33-3966   SC33-0704   CICS XRF Guide
ST00-3967   SC33-0712   CICS Application Programming
                         Guide
ST00-3968   SC33-0713   CICS Application Programmer's
                         Reference
ST33-0674   SC33-0674   CICS Application Programmer's
                         Primer
ST00-3969   SC33-0705   CICS RC Feature User's Guide
Publications for DITTO for VSE and VM (5688-052)
Publication Group Feature: 7034
GT00-3982   SH19-8123   DITTO Licensed Program
                         Specifications
GT00-3981   GH19-8122   DITTO General Information
ST00-3982   GH19-8124   DITTO User's Guide and Reference
Publications for BTAM/ES (5746-RC5)
Publication Group Feature: 7035
GT38-0291   GC38-0291   BTAM-ES Licensed Program
                         Specifications
SQ38-0293   SC38-0293   BTAM-ES Programming Guide
Publications for ACF/VTAM for VSE/ESA (5666-363)
Publication Group Feature: 7036
GT00-3971   GC31-6406   VTAM Licensed Program
                         Specifications
GT00-3972   GC31-6429   VTAM Dir.  of Migration
ST00-3973   SC31-6404   VTAM Network Implementation Guide
ST00-3974   SC31-6405   VTAM Messages and Codes
ST00-3975   SC31-6408   VTAM Operation
ST00-3976   SC31-6409   VTAM Programming
ST00-3977   SC31-6410   VTAM Programming for LU 6.2
ST00-3978   SC31-6412   VTAM Resource Definition Reference
ST00-3985   SC31-6092   Planning and Reference NetView,
                         NCP, VTAM
ST00-3979   SK2T-2010   VTAM Storage Est.  diskette
SOFTCOPY:  Two separate softcopy (manuals that can be read and used
online) features are available with VSE/ESA Version 1.  Both can be
used with BookManager, a family of IBM program products which offers
extensive softcopy support.
o   One softcopy feature consists of a pre-built sublibrary of
    readable books.  As shown below, this sublibrary contains system
    and application command reference manuals for VSE/ESA, CICS/VSE,
    and DITTO.
       For this feature, users must have at least BookManager READ
support.  This is available, for example, with BookManager READ/DOS
Version 1 (5601-453), and BookManager READ/2 (5601-454).
MANUALS WITH SYSTEM COMMANDS:
o   VSE/ESA Version 1 System Control Statements
o   VSE/POWER Administration and Operation Guide
o   VSE/DITTO User's Guide and Reference
o   VSE/ICCF User's Guide
o   CICS/VSE Resource Definition (Online)
o   CICS/VSE Resource Definition (Macro)
o   CICS/VSE System Programming Reference
o   CICS/VSE Supplied Transactions
o   CICS/VSE Customization Guide
o   CICS/VSE Definition and Operation Guide.
MANUALS WITH APPLICATION COMMANDS:
o   VSE/ESA Version 1 System Macro Reference
o   VSE/VSAM Commands and Macros
o   CICS/VSE Application Programmer's Reference
o   The second feature is available for users who have BookManager
    for VM Version 1.2 installed.  This feature consists of source
    code (text plus BookMaster tags) for approximately 40 manuals for
    VSE/ESA, CICS/VSE, and DITTO.  Source for all of the manuals from
    the pre-built sublibrary is included.
           The availability of source for these manuals gives users
    the possibility to use IBM ProcessMaster (TM) and BookMaster to
    print manuals or parts of manuals.
       Notes
1.  Both of these softcopy features are no charge options.  They may
    be ordered individually or in combination.  Hardcopy manuals

    continue to be available, as in the past.
           BookManager (whether the VM, PC DOS or OS/2 platform) must
    be ordered separately from VSE/ESA.
2.  The feature with the pre-built sublibrary is on a tape in
    POFFLOAD format.  The tape for the source feature is in VMFPLC2
    format.  The first file on each tape has information to help
    download the tape's contents.
3.  Softcopy terms and conditions for VSE/ESA are defined in the
    Licensed Program Specifications (GC33-6500).
LICENSED DOCUMENTATION FOR VSE/ESA VERSION 1 RELEASE 1 BASE PRODUCTS:
The following licensed material and microfiche is available from IBM
Software Distribution.  To order, contact your IBM marketing
representative.
       The first copy is available at no charge to licensees of basic
material by ordering the 7XXX feature number.  Use the 8XXX feature
number to order additional copies for a fee.
LICENSED PUBLICATIONS FOR VSE/AF (5686-032)
NO CHARGE/    FORM
PRICE         NUMBER      TITLE
7015/8060     LY33-9127   Supervisor (external)
7015/8061     LY33-9128   Logical Transients DRM
7015/8062     LY33-9129   IPL and Job Control DRM
7015/8063     LY33-9151   Librarian DRM
   N/A        LN33-9359   TNL to LY33-9151
7015/8064     LY33-9157   LIOCS Vol 2 DRM
   N/A        LN33-9360   TNL to LY33-9157
7015/8065     LY33-9141   Error Recovery DRM
7015/8066     LY33-9143   Serviceability Aids DRM
7015/8067     LY33-9152   Linkage Editor DRM
7015/8068     LY33-9153   MSHP DRM
7015/8069     LY33-9154   System Utilities DRM
7015/8070     LY33-9159   LIOCS Vol 4 SAM for
                           DASD DRM
7015/8071     LY33-9116   LIOCS Vol 1
7015/8072     LY33-9118   LIOCS Vol 3
7016/8080     SY33-9105   OLTEP DRM
   N/A        SN33-9363   TNL to SY33-9105-01
MICROFICHE FOR VSE/AF (5686-032)
7024/8081     LYC7-0517   Microfiche Assembler
7025/8082     LYC7-0518   Microfiche BAM
7026/8083     LYC7-0519   Microfiche OC/MC
7027/8084     LYC7-0520   Microfiche SDS
7028/8085     LYC7-0521   Microfiche SCP
7029/8086     LYC7-0522   Microfiche MSHP
LICENSED PUBLICATIONS FOR VSE/POWER (5686-033)
7022/8073     LY33-9161   POWER DRM
MICROFICHE FOR VSE/POWER (5686-033)
7054/8088     LYC7-0528   Microfiche POWER Version 5
                           Release 1
LICENSED PUBLICATIONS FOR VSE/VSAM (5686-037)
7030/8074     LY33-9130   VSAM Logic
   N/A        LN33-9361   TNL to LY33-9130
7031/8075     LY33-9132   VSAM Logic of AMS
7032/8076     LY33-9133   VSAM Space Mgmt SAM Logic
7033/8077     LY33-9125   VSAM B/R DRM
MICROFICHE FOR VSE/VSAM (5686-037)
7055/8041     LYC7-0524   Microfiche VSAM Base
                           Version 2 Release 1
7056/8042     LYC7-0525   Microfiche VSAM Macros
7057/8043     LYC7-0526   Microfiche VSAM Space Mgmt
7058/8044     LYC7-0527   Microfiche VSAM B/R
LICENSED PUBLICATIONS FOR VSE/ICCF (5686-036)
7020/8078     LY33-9120   ICCF DRM
    N/A       LN33-9161   TNL to LY33-9120
MICROFICHE FOR VSE/ICCF (5686-036)
7053/8087     LYC7-0523   Microfiche ICCF Version 3
                           Release 1
LICENSED PUBLICATIONS FOR CICS/VSE (5686-026)
7040/8125     LY33-6080   CICS Diagnosis Handbook
7045/8126     LY33-6074   CICS Diagnosis Reference
7050/8127     LY33-6075   CICS Data Area
MICROFICHE FOR CICS/VSE (5686-026)
7052/8040     LYC7-9059   Microfiche CICS/VSE Version 2
                           Release 1 Source Listings
       There is no licensed documentation available for the following
products:
5656-260  VSE/EREP
5686-034  VSE/FAST COPY
5688-052  DITTO for VSE and VM
5747-DS2  ICKDSF.
BASIC LICENSE FOR OPTIONAL PROGRAM PRODUCTS:  The individual licensed
component program orders for the optional program products available
for VSE/ESA Version 1 should include the appropriate 5750-ACD order
feature and registration feature number from the following table:
                                               UNLIC.
                                               PUBS
           5750-ACD                     REG.   GROUP
           ORDER FEATURE                FEAT.  FEAT.
5666-270   DISOSS                       1554   6453    7253
5666-292   QMF/VSE incl.  NLS           1587   6459    7273
5666-318   PS/CICS Base + NLS           1578   6004    7271
           PS/CICS Base + NLS           1581   6005
5666-322   ACF/SSP                      1521   6451    7243
5666-328   GDDM/VSE                     1560   6454    7258
           NLS Feature                  1561   6455
           PCKL Feature                 1562   6456
5666-329   CICSPARS/VSE                 1528   6452    7245
5666-343   NetView VSE                  1570   6458    7264
5666-351   Query DL/I                   1588   6460    7274
5668-723   GDDM Image View Utility
            (IVU)                       1565   6233    7260
           IVU NLS Feature              1566   6234
5668-738   ACF/NCP for IBM 3745/3720    7241
  Tier 1                                1514   6211
  Tier 2                                1515   6212
  Tier 2.5 1516                         6213
  Tier 3                                1517   6214
  Tier 4                                1518   6215
  Tier 5                                1519   6216
5668-801   GDDM Interactive Map
            Definition (IMD)            1567   6235    7261
5668-812   GDDM Presentation Graphics
            Feature (PGF)               1563   6231    7259
           PGF NLS Feature              1564   6232
5668-813   CSP/AD Base + NLS            1547   6218    7250
           PWS                          1548   6219
5668-814   CSP/Application Execution
            (CSP/AE)                    1549   6229    7251
5668-854   ACF/NCP for IBM 3725         1520   6217    7242
5668-915   DSX                          1558   6230    7256
5668-932   FTP MVS/VSE                  1571   6106    7265
5668-958   VS COBOL II Compiler,
            Library, Debug              2005   6238    7263
5686-004   VSE Software Inventory
            Control                     1616   6110    7280
5686-011   CICSVR/VSE                   1530   6101    7246
5686-018   CICS/DDM VSE                 1522   6100    7244
5686-022   DW/370 Base                  1550   6102    7252
           NLS 1 of 2                   1551   6103
           NLS 2 of 2                   1551   6104
                                               UNLIC.
                                               PUBS
           5750-ACD                     REG.   GROUP
           ORDER FEATURE                FEAT.  FEAT.
5686-041   VSE/DSNX                     1557   6105    7255
5688-022   VS COBOL II Library          1532   6089    7248
5688-023   VS COBOL II Compiler,
            Library                     1546   6090    7249
5688-103   SQL/DS English               1594   6080    7278
           SQL/DS UC English            1595   6081
           SQL/DS French                1596   6082
           SQL/DS German                1597   6083
           SQL/DS Italian               1599   6084
           SQL/DS Spanish               1600   6085
           SQL/DS Japanese              1612   6086
           SQL/DS Korean                1613   6087
5735-XXB   Emulation Program (EP) 3725  1559   6015    7257
5736-LM4   DOS PL/I Resid.  Lib.        1576   6061    7269
5736-LM5   DOS PL/I Transient Library   1577   6062    7270
5736-PL1   DOS PL/I Optimizing
            Compiler                    1575   6060    7268
5736-PL3   DOS PL/I Optimizing
            Compiler & Libraries        1574   6016    7267
5746-CB1   DOS/VS COBOL                 1531   6210    7247
5746-RG1   DOS/VS RPG II                1590   6055    7275
5746-SM2   DOS/VS SORT/MERGE            1592   6057    7277
5746-XC5   VSE/OCCF                     1572   6054    7266
5746-XE7   VSE/Access Control-Logging

            and Reporting               1615   6058    7279
5746-XXT   SDF/CICS VSE Base + Kanji
            Feature                     1591   6056    7276
5746-XX1   DL/I DOS/VS                  1556   6053    7254
UNLICENSED DOCUMENTATION FOR VSE/ESA VERSION 1 RELEASE 1 OPTIONAL
PROGRAM PRODUCTS:  Unlicensed documentation for VSE/ESA Version 1
Release 1 Optional Program Products is available as announced with
the individual programming announcements.  To order, specify the
publications group feature as listed above.
LICENSED DOCUMENTATION FOR VSE/ESA VERSION 1 RELEASE 1 OPTIONAL
PROGRAM PRODUCTS:  Licensed documentation for VSE/ESA Version 1
Release 1 Optional Program Products is available as announced with
the individual programming announcements.  Customers registered for
licensed material will receive all updates automatically.
       Subsequent updates (technical newsletters or revisions between
releases) to the publications shipped with the product will be
distributed to the user of record for as long as a license for this
software remains in effect.  A separate publication order or
subscription is not needed.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
LICENSING:  The programs in this announcement are licensed under the
terms and conditions of the Agreement for IBM Licensed Programs.
VARIABLE CHARGES APPLY:  Yes, for licenses obtained for a graduated
one-time or graduated monthly license charge.
INSTALLATION LICENSE OR LOCATION LICENSE APPLIES:  No.  A separate
license is required for each designated machine on which the licensed
program materials will be used.
USAGE LICENSE APPLIES:  No.
ENTRY END USER/370 AMENDMENT APPLIES:  Yes.  Terms and conditions
applicable to basic and DSLO licenses also apply to ESL and LTU
respectively.
EDUCATIONAL ALLOWANCE:  A 15% educational allowance toward eligible
license charges is available to qualifying institutions in accordance
with the Educational Allowance Amendment.  The educational allowance
may not be added to any other discount or allowance.  The educational
allowance may not be added to any other discount or allowance.
VOLUME DISCOUNT:  Not applicable.
VERSION UPGRADES:  Single Version Charging Applies: Yes.
VERSION-TO-VERSION UPGRADE CREDITS APPLY:  Yes.
                                                   Single
Replaced   Programs     Replacement  Programs      Version
Program    Program      Program      Program       Charging
Number     Name         Number       Name          Applies
5666-345   VSE/SP V3    5686-028     VSE/SP           Yes
                                      Unique
                                      Code V5
5686-006   VSE/SP       5686-028     VSE/SP           Yes
            Unique                    Unique
           Code V4                    Code V5
5686-028   VSE/SP       To follow on, if any          N/A
            Unique
           Code V5
5666-301   VSE/AF V2    5686-032     VSE/AF V5        Yes
5686-007   VSE/AF V4    5686-032     VSE/AF V5        Yes
5686-032   VSE/AF V5    To follow on, if any          N/A
5666-302   VSE/ICCF V2  5686-036     VSE/ICCF V3      Yes
5666-036   VSE/ICCF V3  To follow on, if any          N/A
5666-273   VSE/POWER    5686-033     VSE/POWER V5     Yes
            V2
5686-005   VSE/POWER    5686-033     VSE/POWER V5     Yes
            V4
5686-033   VSE/POWER    To follow on, if any          N/A
            V5
5746-AM2   VSE/VSAM     5686-037     VSE/VSAM V2      Yes
5686-037   VSE/VSAM     To follow on, if any          N/A
5746-AM4   VSE/Fast     5686-034     VSE/Fast         Yes
            Copy V1                   Copy V2
5686-034   VSE/Fast     To follow on, if any          N/A
            Copy V2
WARRANTED:  Basic License -- Yes.  DSLO -- Not applicable.
LICENSED PROGRAM MATERIALS AVAILABILITY:  Restricted Materials --
Yes.  These licensed programs are available with some licensed
program materials designated as RESTRICTED MATERIAL OF IBM.  The
remaining licensed program materials are available and will not be
designated as RESTRICTED MATERIAL OF IBM.
TESTING PERIOD:  Basic License -- Two months.  DSLO -- Not
applicable.
PROGRAM SERVICES:  Central service, including the IBM Support Center,
will be available until discontinued by IBM upon six months' written
notice.
       Central service, including the IBM Support Center, for DSLO
licenses will be provided only through the customer location
designated for the basic license.
CHARGES
                   Graduated One-Time    Graduated Monthly
Program                  Charge          License Charge
Number      Group  Basic        DSLO     Basic      DSLO
5686-026*   10    $ 11,760    $ 10,584  $ 245       $ 220
CICS/VSE    15      15,260      13,734    318         286
            18      19,870      17,883    414         372
            20      25,820      23,238    538         484
            25      33,550      30,195    699         629
            28      43,630      39,267    909         818
            29      56,640      50,976  1,180       1,062
            30      73,680      66,312  1,535       1,381
            31      95,760      86,184  1,995       1,795
            32     110,150      99,135  2,295       2,065
            35     126,700     114,030  2,640       2,376
            38     145,700     131,130  3,035       2,731
            40     167,500     150,750  3,490       3,141
            50     209,500     188,550  4,365       3,928
            60     261,850     235,665  5,455       4,909
                                                ONE-TIME
                                                CHARGE
Entry End User/370 License to Use:               $2,760
Entry End User/370 Entry Support License:         7,645
                   Graduated One-Time    Graduated Monthly
Program                  Charge          License Charge
Number      Group  Basic        DSLO     Basic      DSLO
5686-026*   10     $ 1,920     $ 1,728   $ 40       $ 36
 CICS/VSE   15       2,495       2,245     52         46
 RCF        18       3,265       2,938     68         61
            20       4,225       3,802     88         79
            25       5,470       4,923    114        102
            28       7,105       6,394    148        133
            29       9,215       8,293    192        172
            30      12,000      10,800    250        225
            31      15,600      14,040    325        292
            32      17,950      16,155    374        336
            35      20,640      18,576    430        387
            38      23,760      21,384    495        445
            40      27,310      24,579    569        512
            50      34,130      30,717    711        639
            60      42,670      38,403    889        800
                                                ONE-TIME
                                                CHARGE
Entry End User/370 License to Use:                 $ 450
Entry End User/370 Entry Support License:          1,250
                   Graduated One-Time    Graduated Monthly
Program                  Charge          License Charge
Number      Group  Basic        DSLO     Basic      DSLO
5686-028*   10    $  7,680    $  6,912  $ 160       $ 144
 VSE/SP     15       9,985       8,986    208         187
 Unique     18      12,960      11,664    270         243
 Code       20      16,850      15,165    351         315
            25      21,890      19,701    456         410
            28      28,460      25,614    593         533
            29      37,010      33,309    771         693
            30      48,000      43,200  1,000         900
            31      62,400      56,160  1,300       1,170
            32      71,760      64,584  1,495       1,345
            35      82,560      74,304  1,720       1,548
            38      95,040      85,536  1,980       1,782
            40     109,200      98,280  2,275       2,047
            50     136,550     122,895  2,845       2,560
            60     170,650     153,585  3,555       3,199

                                                ONE-TIME
                                                CHARGE
Entry End User/370 License to Use:               $1,800
Entry End User/370 Entry Support License:         4,990
                   Graduated One-Time    Graduated Monthly
Program                  Charge          License Charge
Number      Group  Basic        DSLO     Basic      DSLO
            10    $  6,095    $  5,485  $ 127       $ 114
 5686-032*  15       7,920       7,128    165         148
 VSE/AF     18      10,320       9,288    215         193
            20      13,440      12,096    280         252
            25      17,470      15,723    364         327
            28      22,700      20,430    473         425
            29      29,520      26,568    615         553
            30      38,400      34,560    800         720
            31      49,920      44,928  1,040         936
            32      57,360      51,624  1,195       1,075
            35      66,000      59,400  1,375       1,237
            38      75,840      68,256  1,580       1,422
            40      87,120      78,408  1,815       1,633
            50     108,950      98,055  2,270       2,043
            60     136,300     122,670  2,840       2,556
                                                ONE-TIME
                                                CHARGE
Entry End User/370 License to Use:               $1,425
Entry End User/370 Entry Support License:         3,960
                   Graduated One-Time    Graduated Monthly
Program                  Charge          License Charge
Number      Group  Basic        DSLO     Basic      DSLO
5686-033*   10    $ 1,920     $ 1,728    $ 40       $ 36
 VSE/Power  15      2,495       2,245      52         46
            18      3,265       2,938      68         61
            20      4,225       3,802      88         79
            25      5,470       4,923     114        102
            28      7,105       6,394     148        133
            29      9,215       8,293     192        172
            30     12,000      10,800     250        225
            31     15,600      14,040     325        292
            32     17,950      16,155     374        336
            35     20,640      18,576     430        387
            38     23,760      21,384     495        445
            40     27,310      24,579     569        512
            50     34,130      30,717     711        639
            60     42,670      38,403     889        800
                                                ONE-TIME
                                                CHARGE
Entry End User/370 License to Use:               $  450
Entry End User/370 Entry Support License:         1,250
                   Graduated One-Time    Graduated Monthly
Program                  Charge          License Charge
Number      Group  Basic        DSLO     Basic      DSLO
5686-034*   10     $ 384       $ 345    $  8        $  7
 VSE/Fast   15       480         432      10           9
 Copy       18       624         561      13          11
            20       816         734      17          15
            25     1,055         949      22          19
            28     1,390       1,251      29          26
            29     1,825       1,642      38          34
            30     2,350       2,115      49          44
            31     3,070       2,763      64          57
            32     3,550       3,195      74          66
            35     4,080       3,672      85          76
            38     4,705       4,234      98          88
            40     5,425       4,882     113         101
            50     6,770       6,093     141         126
            60     8,450       7,605     176         158
                                                ONE-TIME
                                                CHARGE
Entry End User/370 License to Use:               $  90
Entry End User/370 Entry Support License:          250
                   Graduated One-Time    Graduated Monthly
Program                  Charge          License Charge
Number      Group  Basic        DSLO     Basic      DSLO
5686-036*   10    $ 1,440     $ 1,296    $ 30       $ 27
 VSE/ICCF   15      1,870       1,683      39         35
            18      2,450       2,205      51         45
            20      3,170       2,853      66         59
            25      4,130       3,717      86         77
            28      5,375       4,837     112        100
            29      7,010       6,309     146        131
            30      9,120       8,208     190        171
            31     11,860      10,674     247        222
            32     13,630      12,267     284        255
            35     15,700      14,130     327        294
            38     18,050      16,245     376        338
            40     20,740      18,666     432        388
            50     25,920      23,328     540        486
            60     32,400      29,160     675        607
                                                ONE-TIME
                                                CHARGE
Entry End User/370 License to Use:               $  515
Entry End User/370 Entry Support License:         1,440
                   Graduated One-Time    Graduated Monthly
Program                  Charge          License Charge
Number      Group  Basic        DSLO     Basic      DSLO
5686-037*   10    $  960      $  864     $ 20       $ 18
 VSE/VSAM   15     1,250       1,125       26         23
            18     1,630       1,467       34         30
            20     2,110       1,899       44         39
            25     2,735       2,461       57         51
            28     3,550       3,195       74         66
            29     4,610       4,149       96         86
            30     6,000       5,400      125        112
            31     7,825       7,042      163        146
            32     8,975       8,077      187        168
            35    10,320       9,288      215        193
            38    11,860      10,674      247        222
            40    13,630      12,267      284        255
            50    17,040      15,336      355        319
            60    21,310      19,179      444        399
                                                ONE-TIME
                                                CHARGE
Entry End User/370 License to Use:               $240
Entry End User/370 Entry Support License:         625
                   Graduated One-Time    Graduated Monthly
Program                  Charge          License Charge
Number      Group  Basic        DSLO     Basic      DSLO
5686-037*   10     $ 480       $ 432     $ 10       $  9
 VSE/VSAM   15       624         561       13         11
 S/M        18       816         734       17         15
            20     1,055         949       22         19
            25     1,390       1,251       29         26
            28     1,825       1,642       38         34
            29     2,350       2,115       49         44
            30     3,070       2,763       64         57
            31     3,985       3,586       83         74
            32     4,560       4,104       95         85
            35     5,230       4,707      109         98
            38     6,000       5,400      125        112
            40     6,910       6,219      144        129
            50     8,640       7,776      180        162
            60    10,800       9,720      225        202
                                                ONE-TIME
                                                CHARGE
Entry End User/370 License to Use:               $115
Entry End User/370 Entry Support License:         315
                   Graduated One-Time    Graduated Monthly
Program                  Charge          License Charge
Number      Group  Basic        DSLO     Basic      DSLO
5686-037*   10     $ 336       $ 302    $  7        $  6
 VSE/VSAM   15       432         388       9           8

 B/R        18       576         518      12          10
            20       768         691      16          14
            25     1,010         909      21          18
            28     1,295       1,165      27          24
            29     1,680       1,512      35          31
            30     2,210       1,989      46          41
            31     2,880       2,592      60          54
            32     3,310       2,979      69          62
            35     3,790       3,411      79          71
            38     4,370       3,933      91          81
            40     5,040       4,536     105          94
            50     6,290       5,661     131         117
            60     7,870       7,083     164         147
                                                ONE-TIME
                                                CHARGE
Entry End User/370 License to Use:               $  80
Entry End User/370 Entry Support License:          220
ONE-TIME CHARGE:  Customers who pay a one-time charge for a licensed
program receive enhancements and future releases, if any, at no
additional charge.  Significant new function may be offered as an
optional feature and charged for separately.  If a replacement
program is announced and the customer elects to license the
replacement program, a time-based upgrade credit may apply.
VARIABLE CHARGES:  The applicable graduated one-time license charge
or graduated monthly license charge will be based on the group of the
designated machine on which the licensed program is licensed for use.
       For upgrades of one-time charge licenses to a machine in a
higher group, the upgrade charge will be the difference in the
current charges between the two groups.  For downgrades of one-time
charge licenses to a machine in a lower group there will be no
adjustment or refund of one-time license charges paid.
       For upgrades or downgrades of monthly license charge licenses,
the monthly license charge applicable to the higher or lower group
will apply.
ENTRY SUPPORT LICENSE/LICENSE TO USE ONE-TIME CHARGE:  One-time
charge authorized for use only on IBM Entry End User/370 Machines.