IBM United States
Software Announcement 202-047
February 26, 2002

IBM QMF V7.2 for z/OS and OS/390, VSE, and VM — Business Intelligence Starts Here

 ENUS202-047.PDF (80KB)


At a Glance

QMF V7.2 family enhancements include:

  • QMF LIST TABLES command includes DB2 secondary authorization IDs
  • Connectivity to DB2 for Linux/390
  • QMF HPO/Compiler Program Generator and End-User Facility enhancements
  • @IF REXX function for enhanced business logic
  • Intelligent Miner (IM) Scoring support in QMF for Windows via custom easy-to-use functions
  • New capabilities for visualizing data spatially using DB2 Spatial Extender
  • Connection options to ODBC-compliant data sources
  • Significant new functions for creating and running QMF objects and charting with Java-enabled browsers

For ordering, contact:

Your IBM representative, an IBM Business Partner, or IBM Americas Call Centers at 800-IBM-CALL (Reference: LE001).

Overview

QMF™ for z/OS™, QMF High Performance Option (HPO), and QMF for Windows® V7.2 are features of DB2 Universal Database® (UDB) for z/OS and OS/390®, V7.1.

QMF for VSE & VM and QMF for Windows V7.2 are features of DB2® Server for VSE and VM, V7.2.

QMF for the S/390® platforms includes key enhancements for the end user, administrator, and developer:

  • User prompted before discarding modifications in QUERY, PROC, FORMS, and PROFILE objects
  • QMF CONNECT command of DB2 for OS/390 USERID and PASSWORD uniform across S/390 platforms
  • Intelligent Miner™ (IM) Scoring support in QMF for Windows via custom easy-to-use function
  • QMF LIST TABLES command — Now works with authority groups defined by DB2 secondary authorization IDs
  • QMF for z/OS, VSE & VM — Can now connect to DB2 for Linux/390 as an application server
  • New global variables — Have been added and a new QMF user exit library can be used to store user-modified code
  • A new @IF REXX function — Allows QMF report authors expanded control over report output based on input values
  • The SET GLOBAL command — Allows the PROCEDURE author to set the value of a global variable to the value of another global variable

QMF HPO is offered on the z/OS and OS/390 platform as an enterprise extension of QMF's native resource control and user group management. It provides rapid application development facilities and enhanced governing and tracking for mission-critical environments.

QMF for Windows Key Enhancements

  • New capabilities for visualizing data spatially and with charts
  • Connection options to ODBC-compliant data sources; new administrative options
  • Significant new functions for creating and running QMF objects with Java™-enabled browsers
  • Intelligent Miner (IM) Scoring support in QMF for Windows via custom easy-to-use function
  • Addition of inner, outer, left, right, and full joins
  • SQL Expression Builder
  • Support for the @IF REXX function
  • Secondary authorization ID improvements
  • Improved catalog administration

QMF's server-based pricing, unlimited users per server, and centralized install make it a top choice in Business Intelligence (BI) tools.

Key Prerequisites

  • DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390, V7.1

    or

  • DB2 Server for VSE and VM, V7.2

Planned Availability Date

March 29, 2002

Description

QMF for the S/390 Platforms

QMF for z/OS, QMF HPO, and QMF for Windows V7.2 are features of DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390, V7.1. QMF for VSE & VM and QMF for Windows V7.2 are features of DB2 Server for VSE and VM, V7.2.

QMF for Windows provides a Windows or Java interface to build queries or execute predefined queries with easy-to-use, point-and-click, drag-and-drop form creation for fast aggregation, grouping or formatting performed directly in the query results. It provides easy manipulation and integration with important commercial or custom Windows applications such as spreadsheets, desktop databases and executive information systems.

QMF for the S/390 platforms includes enhancements for the end user, administrator, and developer.

End User Enhancements

  • QMF LIST TABLES command now works with authority groups.
  • Users are now prompted before discarding modifications in QUERY, PROC, FORM, and PROFILE objects. This is based on the new global variables (see below). If changes are in danger of being discarded, the user is prompted for confirmation.
  • The QMF CONNECT command now provides uniform support of DB2 for OS/390 USERID and PASSWORD across three QMF platforms: VM, VSE, and OS/390.
  • Support has been added for several new DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390 V7.1 SQLCODES.

Administrator Enhancements

  • QMF for z/OS, VSE, and VM can now connect to DB2 for Linux/390 as an application server.
  • New global variables DSQAO_QMFADM and DSQEC_DISABLEADM have been added to aid QMF Administrator in status checking and function disabling.
  • New global variables: DSQEC_PROTECT_QUERY, DSQEC_PROTECT_PROC, DSQEC_PROTECT_FORM, DSQEC_PROTECT PROF, and DSQEC_PROTECT_ENABLE have been added to provide protection for modifications in QUERY, PROC, FORM, and PROFILE ojbects.
  • The QMF Installation User Exit Facility, DSQUOPTS, has been added so QMF users can override default values for global variables DSQQEC_SHARE and DSQEC_DISABLEADM.
  • DB2 for OS/390 and z/OS installations can benefit from the introduction and formalization of a new QMF user exit library, QMF720.SDSQEXIT, that can be used to store the user-modified version of DSQUOPTS, local user time and data exits, QMF edit codes, and QMF callable interface programs.
  • IBM License Manager (ILM) for QMF V7.2 on OS/390 has been enabled. Applicability of this support is dependent upon the availability of the z/OS IBM License Manager component.
  • A new job had been added to OS/390 and to VM to create or recreate all QMF Views on any supported DB2 database. This will also create the appropriate QMF List Views to enable DB2 secondary authorization IDs.

Application Enabling

  • A new @IF REXX function has been added to FORM.CALC, FORM.CONDITIONS, and FORM.COLUMNS definitions to provide an extended ability to conditionally alter the display of data; improved NULL, Overflow, and Undefined processing. This spreadsheet-like function provides QMF report authors with extended control over report output based on input values.
  • The SET GLOBAL command has been expanded to allow PROCEDURE author to set the value of a global variable to the value of another global variable.

Publications

  • The three Installing and Managing QMF manuals (OS/390, VM, VSE) have been combined into one book. The installing sections remain separate by platform in the front of the book. The Managing sections in the second half of the book have been merged.

QMF HPO for z/OS and OS/390

QMF HPO V7.2 consists of QMF HPO/Manager for enhanced control over QMF environments, and QMF HPO/Compiler for automatically generating OS/VS COBOL, VS COBOL II, COBOL for MVS™, or COBOL for OS/390 programs that help minimize CPU processing required to run enterprise reports.

QMF HPO contains significant user interface and productivity enhancements to QMF HPO/Compiler, providing even greater flexibility for customization of compiled programs to specific needs and environments, including:

  • Ability to automatically generate programs, called "data layer" programs, that act as interfaces between custom applications and DB2
  • Allowance for new table, column, or host variable exits, and a new customizable exit CLIST that can be invoked just prior to program generation
  • Enhanced connectivity for compiled programs through RRSAF
  • More flexibility for handling and naming of data created by a Save Data routine, including options to replace or append data, explicitly specify the name of a new table, or default the name of the table to the runtime user's QMF profile SPACE parameter (*USERPROF)
  • More flexibility in the use of static SQL, including options to independently specify the use of either dynamic or static SQL for either the query or Save Data function of a compiled program, and the ability to request that a DB2 package be bound instead of, or in addition to, a plan
  • Ability to create, customize, and select new skeleton members to act as the basis for generated programs
  • Tracking of additional information in the End-User Facility repository

In addition, the creators and end users of compiled programs will find more numerous and intuitive input panels and prompts for specifying their requirements, including:

  • More flexibility in entering host variables through automatic determination of appropriate host variable types
  • More intuitive use of indicators with host variables
  • Specifying host variable values at the time of running a program (eliminating the need to edit the program's generated JCL)
  • A new warning indicating an improper specification of a host variable file prior to registering and running batch programs
  • Enhancement of the user interface for specifying report generation options, by organizing the options into several pop-up windows
  • Simplification of the treatment of wild cards when specifying the source objects for generation
  • Ability to name and allocate data sets as you work (rather than requiring prior allocation of data sets), prompting for names of input data sets, and prompting for a desired batch program report destination
  • Enhanced automated tailoring of JCL for running batch report programs for appropriate LRECL and BLKSIZE parameters, as well as the precise number of DDs required by the program (if known)

QMF for Windows

QMF for Windows V7.2 offers:

  • New capabilities for visualizing data spatially and with charts
  • Connection options to ODBC-compliant data sources; new administrative options
  • Significant new functions for creating and running QMF objects with Java-enabled browsers
  • IM Scoring support in QMF for Windows via custom easy-to-use functions

Data Visualization with DB2 Spatial Extender and IM Scoring: QMF for Windows now offers data visualization and business analysis capabilities with Direct Support™ for spatially-enabled DB2 data and DB2 Spatial Extender.

Organizations can spatially enable existing data with the DB2 Spatial Extender V7.2, a feature of DB2 Extended Edition and DB2 Extended Enterprise Edition V7.2. Spatial data can then be accessed along with normal business data using ordinary and familiar SQL query techniques and immediately begin viewing this data geographically and dimensionally. For example, existing customer lists can be visualized in seconds by location, layered with multiple categories of topographical features including roads, natural formations, or political boundaries, analyzed for key characteristics such as proximity, and these visualizations saved for later reuse or published to an intranet. Transparent support for spatial data in QMF for Windows represents a powerful competitive and productivity advantage for organizations everywhere.

QMF for Windows users can improve the quality and timeliness of BI available to analysts via use of the DB2 IM Scoring feature of DB2 Extended Edition and Enterprise Extended Edition. Using the new QMF for Windows V7.2 Expression Builder, users can easily invoke IM Scoring to apply the latest mining analytics in real time.

Behind the scenes, mining is used to analyze high volumes of data to discover the latest business trends or patterns. The results are represented in a model — think of the model as a set of rules or a formula for predicting the most likely outcome based on past history.

The new V7.2 Expression Builder helps QMF users build the SQL expression to invoke DB2 IM Scoring which, in turn, applies these rules to new business situations. For example, to apply the most appropriate marketing tactics for a new customer situation; to identify cross selling opportunities for preferred customers; to perform rich assessment "on the fly"; to predict propensity to buy, probability of abuse, likelihood of customer attrition. The result is improved decision making.

Browser-based Querying and Charting: Users may now perform more operations in their QMF objects using a Web browser, including creating and sharing queries and formatting results. A Java-based charting component is also available on demand when using QMF for Windows browser-based querying.

Users may now create, save, and run QMF prompted queries with their browsers, and use QMF forms to format query results with either a default or a previously saved QMF form.

QMF queries created in the Windows interface of QMF for Windows and formatted with summaries, roll-ups, colors and other features may now be run using the QMF for Windows browser interface with all formatting intact.

Administrators may now also govern and track queries run by QMF for Windows browser-based users, using the same administrative interface presently used to track Windows-based and OS/390 based QMF users.

Connectivity: In addition to existing support for multiple DB2 database platforms through DRDA® and CLI connectivity, QMF for Windows users can now use their QMF objects to read data from ODBC-compliant data sources. This makes simultaneously available, through a single, powerful interface, the DB2 databases that serve the entire enterprise as well as departmental servers in mixed environments such as Informix and Microsoft™ SQL Server. In addition, ODBC-compliant PC applications, such as desktop databases and spreadsheets become available as query data sources.

This new capability adds considerable breadth to the portability and compatibility of QMF objects across hardware, network, operating system, and database platforms, and dramatically expands end-user options for BI gathering.

Ease-of-Use and Interface Enhancements: Multiple interface enhancements bring even greater productivity to QMF for Windows users:

  • New ODBC data sources (described above) appear to the end user in the QMF for Windows database server list, expanding the choice of disparate data sources while keeping them easy to manage and target for use.
  • A new Expression Builder (available when manually authoring SQL and at locations within the Prompted Query environment of QMF for Windows) assists users in creating valid SQL, however complex, including new commands required for supporting spatial data. The Expression Builder is sensitive to the context of cursor location in a partially-built query and is "platform sensitive" by only offering expressions that are valid for the DB2 database server version the user is connected to at the time.
  • Multiple enhancements to the QMF for Windows Report Center, including the ability to view query and procedure text; create comments for reports, preset and create charts and pivot tables in Lotus® 1-2-3® or Microsoft Excel; and specify servers to be displayed.
  • Prompted query includes Expression Builder capabilities described above; the addition of inner, outer, left, right and full joins; expanded sort conditions that include columns not selected, as well as expressions, spatial predicates; and new displayed column information to include data type and label.
  • Query result display improvements include the addition of support for wrapping displayed values within a column, a vertical (bottom, middle, top) alignment option; the ability to "go to" a certain point in the data such as a page break or search within highlighted data; an option to display data in hex or binary format; a "zoom edit" feature that assists in edition hex or binary format values; and the allowance of a secondary currency symbol specified by the user within a report.
  • Miscellaneous improvements, including the ability to use the DRAW command in an already open query which allows the addition of more tables to existing SQL on the fly; ability to open multiple documents in one File-Open operation; display recently used objects along with recently used files in the File menu; support for the RESS @IF functions and for using the Fast Save Data function within a QMF procedure; and descriptions displayed for Global Variables.

Administrative Enhancements: In addition to governing and tracking of browser-based users, the QMF for Windows Administrator has the following new capabilities:

  • Support for maintaining the entire QMF catalog on a single DB2 server. The QMF objects in the catalog appear and behave as before to the user, but administrators do not need to maintain a catalog on each DB2 server that is to be accessed by QMF for Windows. This catalog centralization includes queries designed for ODBC data sources, which will by default query the designated ODBC data source unless explicitly redirected to another data source by the end user at the time of query execution.
  • Other administrative improvements include: an improved interface for defining and maintaining database servers and improved support for Secondary AUTHIDs.

For further details on new features found in QMF for Windows V7.2, consult the product online help facility.

Accessibility by People with Disabilities

The following features support use by people with disabilities:

  • Operation by keyboard alone
  • Optional font enlargement and high-contrast display settings
  • Screen readers and screen magnifiers tested for use by people with visual impairment
  • Speech recognition products tested for use by people with mobility impairment
  • Optional display of audio alerts for people with hearing impairment

Euro Currency

These programs are not impacted by euro currency.

Product Positioning

Positioning of QMF is summarized by the phrase "Business Intelligence (BI) starts here." Easy to use and fast to implement, query and reporting tools remain important to DB2 customers for operational and data warehouse query and reporting. Offering such a tool designed specifically for the DB2 enterprise is expected to enhance the success of any BI or data warehouse strategy. By offering fast query performance from the Windows environment, easy integration with and sharing of QMF host objects, browser-based querying, and extensive governing control over user actions and DB2 resource consumption, QMF products are a natural selection over and above any other for customers who have DB2 or are interested in DB2 or other data sources.

Hardware and Software Support Services

SmoothStart™/Installation Services

Installation services support for QMF, QMF HPO, and QMF for Windows are provided for a fee through the following IBM Business Partner:

    Rocket Software, Inc.
    Two Apple Hill Drive
    Natick, MA 01760
    508-655-4321
    E-mail: support@rocketsoftware.com

Trademarks

 
QMF, z/OS, Intelligent Miner, MVS, Direct Support, and SmoothStart are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
DB2 Universal Database, OS/390, DB2, S/390, and DRDA are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
Microsoft is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
 
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
 
Java is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
 
Lotus and 1-2-3 are registered trademarks of Lotus Development Corporation and/or IBM Corporation.
 
Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.

Education Support

A QMF™ for Windows®: End User Workshop (CF800) is available. To obtain the class schedule, call 800-IBM-TEACH (800-426-8322) or access the Web at:

Use the following Web site to enroll for classes:

QMF for Windows on-site administration and configuration education are provided for a fee from the following IBM Business Partner:

    Rocket Software, Inc.
    Two Apple Hill Drive
    Natick, MA 01760
    508-655-4321
    E-mail: support@rocketsoftware.com

Technical Information

Hardware Requirements

QMF V7.2 Features of DB2® UDB for z/OS™ and OS/390®, V7.1

  • QMF for OS/390 requires a display station supported by Graphical Data Display Manager (GDDM®)
  • QMF HPO requires a display station supported by ISPF
  • QMF for Windows hardware requirements include those required to run DB2 for z/OS and OS/390 client
  • QMF for Windows requires a workstation that supports:
    • A Windows 32-bit operating system
    • Network connectivity
    • Approximately 35 MB of HDD space

QMF V7.2 Features of DB2 Server for VSE & VM, V7.2

  • QMF for VSE & VM requires a display station supported by GDDM
  • QMF for Windows hardware requirements include those required to run DB2 Server for VSE & VM client
  • QMF for Windows requires a workstation that supports:
    • A Windows 32-bit operating system
    • Network connectivity
    • Approximately 35 MB of HDD space

Software Requirements

The host software requirements are those required to run:

  • DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390, V7.1

    or

  • DB2 Server for VSE and VM, V7.2

QMF for Windows, V7.2, runs on 32-bit operating systems as follows:

  • Microsoft™ Windows 95
  • Microsoft Windows 98
  • Microsoft Windows NT® 4.0
  • Microsoft Windows 2000
  • Microsoft Windows ME
  • Microsoft Windows XP

The following QMF functions have software dependencies:

  • IBM Object REXX Interpreter Edition (5639-B73) is required for the following QMF for Windows functions:
    • Procedures with logic
    • @IF REXX function
    • QMF Forms calculations
    • FORM.DETAIL variations
  • Support for data mining scoring capabilities requires IM Scoring V7.2
  • The QMF for Windows Spatial Viewer requires DB2 Spatial Extender Enterprise Edition (EE) or Extended Enterprise Edition (EEE) V7.2 with Fixpack 5
  • Performing DB2 IM Scoring functions via the QMF for Windows Expression Builder requires DB2 IM Scoring V7.1 (5724-A60) feature of DB2 EE or EEE V7.2
  • QMF for Windows can connect to DB2 via a direct connection over TCP/IP or SNA LU 6.2 or via the Call Level Interface (CLI) provided by the DB2 UDB Runtime Client. The following DB2 servers are supported:

Product                                           Version
 
DB2 UD Server for                                 V7.1
 z/OS and OS/390
DB2 UD Server for OS/390                          V6.1
DB2 for OS/390                                    V5.1
DB2 for VM/VSE                                    V5.1, V6.1, V7.1
DB2 for AS/400(R)                                 V4.3, V4.4
DB2 for iSeries                                   V5.1
DB2 UD                                            V5.1, V5.2, V6.1,
                                                  V7.1, V7.2
DB2 Common Server                                 V2.1
DB2 DataJoiner(R) for AIX(R)                      V2.1
 and Windows NT (license
 restrictions may apply)
DB2 DataJoiner for AIX                            V1.2
 (license restrictions may apply)
DB2 Parallel Edition for AIX                      V1.2

In addition, QMF for Windows can connect to DB2 and non-DB2 data sources via ODBC.

  • QMF for Windows requires at least one of the following on each user machine:
    • An SNA product that provides a CPI-C interface
    • A TCP/IP product that provides a WinSock V1.1 interface
    • DB2 UDB Runtime Client, V6.1, or later
    • One or more ODBC 2.x or 3.x drivers

    QMF HPO for DB2 for z/OS and OS/390 (GC26-9414)

  • Use of QMF for Windows with natural language queries requires English Wizard 3.1 or EasyAsk 6.0 from IBM Business Partner Linguistic Technologies
  • Use of spreadsheet application add-ins with QMF for Windows requires one or both of:
    • Microsoft Excel 7.0, or later
    • Lotus® 1-2-3® Millennium Edition, or later
  • Use of charting in spreadsheet applications with QMF for Windows requires one or both of:
    • Microsoft Excel 97, or later
    • Lotus 1-2-3 Millennium Edition, or later
  • QMF Query for Java™ requires WebSphere™ Application Server 3.02 or 3.5, running on one of the following platforms:
    • Microsoft Windows NT or Microsoft Windows 2000
    • AIX
    • Linux
    • IBM e(logo)server iSeries V4R4, or later
    • OS/390 2.5, or later (with Unix System Services)
    • z/OS 1.1, or later (with Unix System Services)

    In addition, a JDBC driver must be installed and configured on the application server, enabling connections to any of the database server products supported by QMF for Windows.

Planning Information

Direct Customer Support: Installation and application development services support for QMF, QMF HPO, and QMF for Windows are provided for a fee through the following IBM Business Partner:

    Rocket Software, Inc.
    Two Apple Hill Drive
    Natick, MA 01760
    508-655-4321
    E-mail: support@rocketsoftware.com

Packaging: DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390, V7.1, and DB2 Server for VSE and VM, V7.2, except as noted below, are shipped on 9-track magnetic tapes (written at 6,250 bpi), 3480 cartridges, or 4-mm DAT cartridges.

Also included is a Program Directory.

The QMF for Windows CD-ROM also contains all supported national languages and all U.S. English and translated publications in softcopy format.

A QMF for Windows 60-day "Try and Buy" is shipped with DB2 Server for VSE and VM, V7.2.

Security, Auditability, and Control

The announced program uses the security and auditability features of the host hardware or operating system software. The customer is responsible for evaluation, selection, and implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and appropriate controls in application systems and communication facilities.

Customer Financing

IBM Global Financing offers attractive financing to credit-qualified commercial and government customers and Business Partners in more than 40 countries. IBM Global Financing is provided by the IBM Credit Corporation in the United States. Offerings, rates, terms, and availability may vary by country. Contact your local IBM Global Financing organization. Country organizations are listed on the Web at:

Ordering Information

Current Licensees

Current licensees of QMF for z/OS and OS/390, VSE, and VM will be sent a program reorder form that can be returned directly to IBM Software Delivery and Fulfillment (SDF).

Reorder forms are scheduled to be mailed by April 12, 2002. Reorder forms returned to SDF will be processed within 10 work days of receipt.

New Licensees

Orders for new licenses can be placed now.

Shipment will not occur before availability date.

Unless a later date is specified, orders entered before the planned availability date will be assigned a schedule date of one week following availability.

Shipment will begin on the planned availability date.

New users of DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390, V7.1 should specify machine type/model 5675-DB2.

New users of DB2 Server for VSE and VM, V7.2 should specify machine type/model 5697-F42.

Basic License: To order a basic license, specify the program number and feature number 9001 for asset registration.

Entry Support License (ESL): To order an ESL license, specify the program number, feature number 9001 for asset registration, and the applicable ESL OTC feature number. Also specify the feature number of the desired distribution medium.

                                                  DB2 V7.1
                                                  ESL OTC
                                                  Feature
Description                                       Number
 
5675-DB2
 
QMF for OS/390                                    0621
QMF for Windows (Requires QMF)                    0653
QMF for Windows (No QMF Prereq)                   0685
QMF HPO                                           0717

ESL machines can be determined by referring to the IBM Entry End User/390 Attachment (Z125-4379).

Parallel Sysplex® License Charge (PSLC) Basic License: To order a basic license, specify the program number and feature number 9001 for asset registration. Specify the PSLC Base feature. If applicable, specify the PSLC Level A and PSLC Level B, and PSLC Level C, PSLC Level D features and quantity.

If there is more than one program copy in a Parallel Sysplex, the charge for all copies is associated to one license by specifying the applicable PSLC feature numbers and quantity represented by the sum of the Service Units in Millions (MSUs) in your Parallel Sysplex. For all other program copies, specify the PSLC No-Charge (NC) Identifier feature on the licenses.

Also, specify the feature number of the desired distribution medium.

QMF for OS/390 Feature (PSLC)

                    DB2 V7.1
                    PSLC           PSLC Basic License
Machine             Feature        MLC Feature
MSU Capacity        Number         Description
 
5675-DB2
 
 
1                   0764           QMF PSLC Base, 1 MSU
2                   0765           QMF PSLC Base, 2 MSUs
3                   0766           QMF PSLC Base, 3 MSUs
4 - 45              0607           QMF PSLC Level A, 1 MSU
                    0608           QMF PSLC Level A, 42 MSUs
46 - 175            0609           QMF PSLC Level B, 1 MSU
                    0610           QMF PSLC Level B, 10 MSUs
                    0611           QMF PSLC Level B, 50 MSUs
176 - 315           0612           QMF PSLC Level C, 1 MSU
                    0613           QMF PSLC Level C, 10 MSUs
                    0614           QMF PSLC Level C, 50 MSUs
316 or more         0615           QMF PSLC Level D, 1 MSU
                    0616           QMF PSLC Level D, 50 MSUs
Not Applicable      0617           QMF PSLC NC Identifier

Example 1: For a single machine with 11 MSUs, the PSLC features would be:

  • 0766 — quantity 1
  • 0607 — quantity 8

Example 2: For two machines in a Parallel Sysplex, which have an aggregation of 60 MSUs, the PSLC features would be:

  • PSLC chargeable license #1:
    • 0766 — quantity 1
    • 0608 — quantity 1
    • 0609 — quantity 5
    • 0610 — quantity 1
  • PSLC no-charge license #2:
    • 0617 — quantity 1

QMF for Windows Feature of QMF (PSLC) (Requires QMF for OS/390)

                    DB2 V7.1
                    PSLC           PSLC Basic License
Machine             Feature        MLC Feature
MSU Capacity        Number         Description
 
5675-DB2
 
1                   0636           QMFW PSLC Base, 1 MSU
2                   0637           QMFW PSLC Base, 2 MSUs
3                   0638           QMFW PSLC Base, 3 MSUs
4 - 45              0639           QMFW PSLC Level A, 1 MSU
                    0640           QMFW PSLC Level A, 42 MSUs
46 - 175            0641           QMFW PSLC Level B, 1 MSU
                    0642           QMFW PSLC Level B, 10 MSUs
                    0643           QMFW PSLC Level B, 50 MSUs
176 - 315           0644           QMFW PSLC Level C, 1 MSU
                    0645           QMFW PSLC Level C, 10 MSUs
                    0646           QMFW PSLC Level C, 50 MSUs
316 or more         0647           QMFW PSLC Level D, 1 MSU
                    0648           QMFW PSLC Level D, 50 MSUs
Not Applicable      0649           QMFW PSLC NC Identifier

Example 1: For a single machine with 11 MSUs, the PSLC features would be:

  • 0638 — quantity 1
  • 0639 — quantity 8

Example 2: For two machines in a Parallel Sysplex, which have an aggregation of 60 MSUs, the PSLC features would be:

  • PSLC chargeable license #1:
    • 0638 — quantity 1
    • 0640 — quantity 1
    • 0641 — quantity 5
    • 0642 — quantity 1
  • PSLC no-charge license #2:
    • 0649 — quantity 1

QMF for Windows Feature (PSLC) (Without QMF for OS/390 Requirement)

                    DB2 V7.1
                    PSLC           PSLC Basic License
Machine             Feature        MLC Feature
MSU Capacity        Number         Description
 
5675-DB2
 
1                   0668           QMFW PSLC Base, 1 MSU
2                   0669           QMFW PSLC Base, 2 MSUs
3                   0670           QMFW PSLC Base, 3 MSUs
4 - 45              0671           QMFW PSLC Level A, 1 MSU
                    0672           QMFW PSLC Level A, 42 MSUs
46 - 175            0673           QMFW PSLC Level B, 1 MSU
                    0674           QMFW PSLC Level B, 10 MSUs
                    0675           QMFW PSLC Level B, 50 MSUs
176 - 315           0676           QMFW PSLC Level C, 1 MSU
                    0677           QMFW PSLC Level C, 10 MSUs
                    0678           QMFW PSLC Level C, 50 MSUs
316 or more         0679           QMFW PSLC Level D, 1 MSU
                    0680           QMFW PSLC Level D, 50 MSUs
Not Applicable      0681           QMFW PSLC NC Identifier

Example 1: For a single machine with 11 MSUs, the PSLC features would be:

  • 0670 — quantity 1
  • 0671 — quantity 8

Example 2: For two machines in a Parallel Sysplex, which have an aggregation of 60 MSUs, the PSLC features would be:

  • PSLC chargeable license #1:
    • 0670 — quantity 1
    • 0672 — quantity 1
    • 0673 — quantity 5
    • 0674 — quantity 1
  • PSLC no-charge license #2:
    • 0681 — quantity 1

QMF HPO (PSLC)

                    DB2 V7.1
                    PSLC           PSLC Basic License
Machine             Feature        MLC Feature
MSU Capacity        Number         Description
 
5675-DB2
 
1                   0700           QMF PSLC Base, 1 MSU
2                   0701           QMF PSLC Base, 2 MSUs
3                   0702           QMF PSLC Base, 3 MSUs
4 - 45              0703           QMF PSLC Level A, 1 MSU
                    0704           QMF PSLC Level A, 42 MSUs
46 - 175            0705           QMF PSLC Level B, 1 MSU
                    0706           QMF PSLC Level B, 10 MSUs
                    0707           QMF PSLC Level B, 50 MSUs
176 - 315           0708           QMF PSLC Level C, 1 MSU
                    0709           QMF PSLC Level C, 10 MSUs
                    0710           QMF PSLC Level C, 50 MSUs
316 or more         0711           QMF PSLC Level D, 1 MSU
                    0712           QMF PSLC Level D, 50 MSUs
Not Applicable      0713           QMF PSLC NC Identifier

Example 1: For a single machine with 11 MSUs, the PSLC features would be:

  • 0702 — quantity 1
  • 0703 — quantity 8

Example 2: For two machines in a Parallel Sysplex, which have an aggregation of 60 MSUs, the PSLC features would be:

  • PSLC chargeable license #1:
    • 0702 — quantity 1
    • 0704 — quantity 1
    • 0705 — quantity 5
    • 0706 — quantity 1
  • PSLC no-charge license #2:
    • 0713 — quantity 1

Workload License Charge (WLC) Basic License: To order a basic license, specify the program number and feature number 9001 for asset registration. Also, specify the feature number of the desired distribution medium.

Variable WLC Features

QMF for OS/390 Feature (WLC)

                    DB2 V7.1
                    WLC
                    Feature        WLC Basic License
MSU Capacity        Number         MLC Feature Description
 
0 - 45              0622           VWLC Base, L1: incl 45 MSUs
46 - 175            0623           VWLC Add Qty, L1:
                                    46-175 MSUs
                    0624           WLC Reg Base, L1: incl 1 MSU
                    0625           WLC Reg Add Qty, L1: 46-175
                                    MSUs
176 - 315           0626           VWLC Add Qty, L2:
                                    176-315 MSUs
                    0627           WLC Reg Add Qty, L2: 176-315
                                    MSUs
316 - 575           0628           VWLC Add Qty, L3:
                                    316-575 MSUs
                    0629           WLC Reg Add Qty, L3: 316-575
                                    MSUs
                    0630           L3: per 50 MSUs,
                                    316-575 MSUs
                    0631           L3: Reg per 50 MSUs, 316-575
                                    MSUs
576 or more         0632           VWLC Add Qty, L4:
                                    576+ MSUs
                    0633           WLC Reg Add Qty, L4:
                                    576+ MSUs
                    0634           L4: per 50 MSUs, 576+ MSUs
                    0635           L4: Reg per 50 MSUs, 576+
                                    MSUs

Example 1: For a single machine with the program running at 220 MSUs, the Variable WLC features would be:

  • 0622 — quantity 1
  • 0623 — quantity 130
  • 0626 — quantity 45

Example 2: If there are 2 machines in a sysplex, and a program is running on machine #1 at 190 MSUs and on machine #2 at 140 MSUs, the Variable WLC feature numbers and quantities to be ordered would be:

  • License on machine #1 for 190 MSUs:
    • 0624 — quantity 1
    • 0625 — quantity 174
    • 0627 — quantity 15
  • License on machine #2 for 140 MSUs:
    • 0624 — quantity 1
    • 0625 — quantity 139
  • Aggregation license for a total of 330 MSUs:
    • 0622 — quantity 1
    • 0623 — quantity 130
    • 0626 — quantity 140
    • 0628 — quantity 15

QMF for Windows Feature of QMF (WLC) (Requires QMF for OS/390)

                    DB2 V7.1
                    WLC
                    Feature        WLC Basic License
MSU Capacity        Number         MLC Feature Description
 
0 - 45              0654           VWLC Base, L1: incl 45 MSUs
46 - 175            0655           VWLC Add Qty, L1:
                                    46-175 MSUs
                    0656           WLC Reg Base, L1:
                                    incl 1 MSU
                    0657           WLC Reg Add Qty, L1: 46-175
                                    MSUs
176 - 315           0658           VWLC Add Qty, L2:
                                    176-315 MSUs
                    0659           WLC Reg Add Qty, L2:
                                    176-315 MSUs
316 - 575           0660           VWLC Add Qty, L3:
                                    316-575 MSUs
                    0661           WLC Reg Add Qty, L3: 316-575
                                    MSUs
                    0662           L3: per 50 MSUs,
                                    316-575 MSUs
                    0663           L3: Reg per 50 MSUs, 316-575
                                    MSUs
576 or more         0664           VWLC Add Qty, L4:
                                    576+ MSUs
                    0665           WLC Reg Add Qty, L4: 576+
                                    MSUs
                    0666           L4: per 50 MSUs, 576+ MSUs
                    0667           L4: Reg per 50 MSUs, 576+
                                    MSUs

Example 1: For a single machine with the program running at 220 MSUs, the Variable WLC features would be:

  • 0654 — quantity 1
  • 0655 — quantity 130
  • 0658 — quantity 45

Example 2: If there are 2 machines in a sysplex, and a program is running on machine #1 at 190 MSUs and on machine #2 at 140 MSUs, the Variable WLC feature numbers and quantities to be ordered would be:

  • License on machine #1 for 190 MSUs:
    • 0656 — quantity 1
    • 0657 — quantity 174
    • 0659 — quantity 15
  • License on machine #2 for 140 MSUs:
    • 0656 — quantity 1
    • 0657 — quantity 139
  • Aggregation license for a total of 330 MSUs:
    • 0654 — quantity 1
    • 0655 — quantity 130
    • 0658 — quantity 140
    • 0660 — quantity 15

QMF for Windows Feature (WLC) (Without QMF for OS/390 Requirement)

                    DB2 V7.1
                    WLC
                    Feature        WLC Basic License
MSU Capacity        Number         MLC Feature Description
 
0 - 45              0686           VWLC Base, L1: incl 45 MSUs
46 - 175            0687           VWLC Add Qty, L1:
                                    46-175 MSUs
                    0688           WLC Reg Base, L1: incl 1 MSU
                    0689           WLC Reg Add Qty, L1: 46-175
                                    MSUs
176 - 315           0690           VWLC Add Qty, L2:
                                    176-315 MSUs
                    0691           WLC Reg Add Qty, L2: 176-315
                                    MSUs
316 - 575           0692           VWLC Add Qty, L3:
                                    316-575 MSUs
                    0693           WLC Reg Add Qty, L3: 316-575
                                    MSUs
                    0694           L3: per 50 MSUs,
                                    316-575 MSUs
                    0695           L3: Reg per 50 MSUs, 316-575
                                    MSUs
576 or more         0696           VWLC Add Qty, L4:
                                    576+ MSUs
                    0697           WLC Reg Add Qty, L4: 576+
                                    MSUs
                    0698           L4: per 50 MSUs, 576+ MSUs
                    0699           L4: Reg per 50 MSUs, 576+
                                    MSUs

Example 1: For a single machine with the program running at 220 MSUs, the Variable WLC features would be:

  • 0686 — quantity 1
  • 0687 — quantity 130
  • 0690 — quantity 45

Example 2: If there are 2 machines in a sysplex, and a program is running on machine #1 at 190 MSUs and on machine #2 at 140 MSUs, the Variable WLC feature numbers and quantities to be ordered would be:

  • License on machine #1 for 190 MSUs:
    • 0688 — quantity 1
    • 0689 — quantity 174
    • 0691 — quantity 15
  • License on machine #2 for 140 MSUs:
    • 0688 — quantity 1
    • 0689 — quantity 139
  • Aggregation license for a total of 330 MSUs:
    • 0686 — quantity 1
    • 0687 — quantity 130
    • 0690 — quantity 140
    • 0692 — quantity 15

QMF HPO (WLC)

                    DB2 V7.1
                    WLC
                    Feature        WLC Basic License
MSU Capacity        Number         MLC Feature Description
 
0 - 45              0718           VWLC Base, L1: incl 45 MSUs
46 - 175            0719           VWLC Add Qty, L1:
                                    46-175 MSUs
                    0720           WLC Reg Base, L1: incl 1 MSU
                    0721           WLC Reg Add Qty, L1: 46-175
                                    MSUs
176 - 315           0722           VWLC Add Qty, L2:
                                    176-315 MSUs
                    0723           WLC Reg Add Qty, L2: 176-315
                                    MSUs
316 - 575           0724           VWLC Add Qty, L3:
                                    316-575 MSUs
                    0725           WLC Reg Add Qty, L3: 316-575
                                    MSUs
                    0726           L3: per 50 MSUs,
                                    316-575 MSUs
                    0727           L3: Reg per 50 MSUs,
                                    316-575 MSUs
576 or more         0728           VWLC Add Qty, L4:
                                    576+ MSUs
                    0729           WLC Reg Add Qty, L4: 576+
                                    MSUs
                    0730           L4: per 50 MSUs, 576+ MSUs
                    0731           L4: Reg per 50 MSUs, 576+
                                    MSUs

Example 1: For a single machine with the program running at 220 MSUs, the Variable WLC features would be:

  • 0718 — quantity 1
  • 0719 — quantity 130
  • 0722 — quantity 45

Example 2: If there are 2 machines in a sysplex, and a program is running on Machine #1 at 190 MSUs and on machine #2 at 140 MSUs, the Variable WLC feature numbers and quantities to be ordered would be:

  • License on machine #1 for 190 MSUs:
    • 0720 — quantity 1
    • 0721 — quantity 174
    • 0723 — quantity 15
  • License on machine #2 for 140 MSUs:
    • 0720 — quantity 1
    • 0721 — quantity 139
  • Aggregation license for a total of 330 MSUs:
    • 0718 — quantity 1
    • 0719 — quantity 130
    • 0722 — quantity 140
    • 0724 — quantity 15

Growth Opportunity License Charge (GOLC): To order a GOLC software, specify the program number, feature number 9001 for asset registration, and the GOLC monthly charge feature number from the table below. Also, specify the feature number for the desired distribution medium.

QMF for OS/390

                                                  GOLC
GOLC                                              Feature
Category                                          Number
 
5675-DB2
 
QMF GOLC H30                                      0618
QMF GOLC H50                                      0619
QMF GOLC H70                                      0620

QMF for Windows Feature (Requires QMF)

                                                  GOLC
GOLC                                              Feature
Category                                          Number
 
5675-DB2
 
QMFW GOLC H30                                     0650
QMFW GOLC H50                                     0651
QMFW GOLC H70                                     0652

QMF for Windows Feature (Without Requirement of QMF)

                                                  GOLC
GOLC                                              Feature
Category                                          Number
 
5675-DB2
 
QMFW GOLC H30                                     0682
QMFW GOLC H50                                     0683
QMFW GOLC H70                                     0684

QMF HPO

                                                  GOLC
GOLC                                              Feature
Category                                          Number
 
5675-DB2
 
QMF GOLC H30                                      0714
QMF GOLC H50                                      0715
QMF GOLC H70                                      0716

zELC License Charge (zELC): To order zELC software, specify the program number, feature number 9001 for asset registration, and the zELC monthly charge feature number from the table below. Also, specify the feature number for the desired distribution medium.

Note: zELC feature numbers for VSE and VM (5697-F42), V7.2 were previously announced. For details, refer to Software Announcement 202-036 , dated February 19, 2002.

QMF for OS/390

                                                  zELC MLC
zELC                                              Feature
Category                                          Number
 
5675-DB2
 
Model 0A1 Basic                                   0768
Model 0B1 Basic                                   0769
Model 0C1 Basic                                   0770
Model 001 Basic                                   0771
Model 0A2 Basic                                   0772
Model 002 Basic                                   0773
Model 003 Basic                                   0774
Model 004 Basic                                   0775

QMF for Windows Feature (Requires QMF)

                                                  zELC MLC
zELC                                              Feature
Category                                          Number
 
5675-DB2
 
Model 0A1 Basic                                   0786
Model 0B1 Basic                                   0787
Model 0C1 Basic                                   0788
Model 001 Basic                                   0789
Model 0A2 Basic                                   0790
Model 002 Basic                                   0791
Model 003 Basic                                   0792
Model 004 Basic                                   0793

QMF for Windows Feature (Without Requirement of QMF)

                                                  zELC MLC
zELC                                              Feature
Category                                          Number
 
5675-DB2
 
Model 0A1 Basic                                   0777
Model 0B1 Basic                                   0778
Model 0C1 Basic                                   0779
Model 001 Basic                                   0780
Model 0A2 Basic                                   0781
Model 002 Basic                                   0782
Model 003 Basic                                   0783
Model 004 Basic                                   0784

QMF HPO

                                                  zELC MLC
zELC                                              Feature
Category                                          Number
 
5675-DB2
 
Model 0A1 Basic                                   0795
Model 0B1 Basic                                   0796
Model 0C1 Basic                                   0797
Model 001 Basic                                   0798
Model 0A2 Basic                                   0799
Model 002 Basic                                   0800
Model 003 Basic                                   0801
Model 004 Basic                                   0802

Single-Version Charging: To elect single-version charging, the customer must notify and identify to IBM the prior program and replacement program and the designated machine the programs are operating on.

Basic Machine-Readable Material: The supply features for QMF V7.2 for z/OS and OS/390, V7.1, are listed below. Except for the addition of Hebrew (EMEA), the supply features for QMF V7.2 for VSE and VM, V7.2, are unchanged from the previous release.

QMF V7.2 for z/OS and OS/390, V7.1

                         9/6250    3480       4-mm
Description              Tape      Cartridge  DAT
 
5675-DB2
 
QMF HPO V7.2             6279      6277       6278

NLS Features: The QMF NLS features will be available on the same date as the release code. The NLS features are as follows:

                         9/6250    3480       4-mm
Description              Tape      Cartridge  DAT
 
QMF for OS/390 (5675-DB2)
 
Brazilian                6218      6216       6217
 Portuguese
Canadian French          6215      6213       6214
Danish                   6227      6225       6226
English Upper Case       6233      6231       6232
 (SBCS)
English U.S. U/L         6236      6234       6235
 (SBCS)
French                   6224      6222       6223
German                   6194      6192       6193
Italian                  6197      6195       6196
Japanese -- Kanji        6221      6219       6220
 (DBCS)
Korean (DBCS)            6200      6198       6199
Spanish                  6203      6201       6202
Swedish                  6206      6204       6205
Swiss French             6209      6207       6208
Swiss German             6212      6210       6211
 
QMF for Windows (Requires QMF) (5675-DB2)
 
Description                                            CD-ROM
 
Arabic                                                 6257
Belgian French                                         6258
Brazilian Portuguese                                   6259
Canadian French                                        6260
Danish                                                 6263
English -- US U/L (SBCS)                               6264
French                                                 6265
German                                                 6266
Hebrew                                                 6276
Italian                                                6267
Japanese -- Kanji (DBCS)                               6268
Korean (DBCS)                                          6269
Portuguese                                             6270
Spanish                                                6271
Swedish                                                6272
Swiss French                                           6273
Swiss German                                           6274
Swiss Italian                                          6275
Traditional Chinese                                    6262
 
Description                                            CD-ROM
 
QMF for Windows (Without QMF Requirement) (5675-DB2)
 
Arabic                                                 6237
Belgian French                                         6238
Brazilian                                              6239
 Portuguese
Canadian French                                        6240
Danish                                                 6243
English -- U.S.                                        6244
 U/L (SBCS)
French                                                 6245
German                                                 6246
Hebrew                                                 6256
Italian                                                6247
Japanese -- Kanji                                      6248
 (DBCS)
Korean (DBCS)                                          6249
Portuguese                                             6250
Spanish                                                6251
Swedish                                                6252
Swiss French                                           6253
Swiss German                                           6254
Swiss Italian                                          6255
Traditional Chinese                                    6242

QMF V7.2 for VSE and VM, V7.2: Except for the addition of Hebrew and the dropping of Simplified Chinese, the QMF supply features for DB2 Server for VSE and VM, V7.2, are the same as were previously announced. For details, refer to Software Announcement 201-326 , dated November 13, 2001.

Customization Options: Select the appropriate feature numbers to customize your order to specify the delivery options desired. These features can be specified on the initial or MES orders.

Initial Shipments

                                                    Feature
Description                                         Number
 
Initial Shipments
 
Serial number only (suppresses shipment             3444
 of media and documentation)
 
Ship media only (suppresses initial                 3470
 shipment of documentation)
 
Ship documentation only (suppresses                 3471
 initial shipment of media)
 
Satellite electronic delivery                       3450
 
Update Shipments
 
Ship Media updates only (suppresses                 3480
 update shipment of documentation)
 
Ship documentation only (suppresses                 3481
 update shipment of media)
 
Suppress updates (suppresses update                 3482
 shipment of media and documentation)
 
                                                    Feature
Description                                         Number
 
Expedite Shipments
 
Local IBM office expedite                           3445
 (for IBM use only)
 
Customer expedite process charge                    3446
 ($30 charge for each product)

Expedite shipments will be processed to receive 72-hour delivery from the time SDF receives the order. SDF will then ship the order via overnight air transportation.

Unlicensed Documentation: A memo, program directory, and the following publications are supplied automatically with the basic machine-readable material when the optional QMF features are ordered.

                                                  Order
Title                                             Number
 
QMF V7.2 for OS/390, VSE, and VM
 
Installing and Managing QMF                       GC27-0720
QMF Messages and Codes                            GC27-0717
 
QMF HPO, V7.2
 
QMF High Performance Option User's                SC27-0724
  Guide for OS/390
 
QMF for Windows, V7.2
 
Getting Started with QMF for Windows(1)
Installing and Managing QMF
     for Windows(1)
1
The QMF for Windows books are supplied only in softcopy on the CD-ROM.

The following optional publications are available:

                                                  Order
Title                                             Number
 
QMF for OS/390, V7.2
 
Introducing QMF                                   GC27-0714
QMF Reference                                     SC27-0715
Using QMF                                         SC27-0716
Developing QMF Applications                       SC27-0718

Additional copies of unlicensed publications are available and may be ordered via direct order or you may contact your IBM representative.

Licensed Documentation: The following optional priced publications will be available from IBM by March 29, 2002.

To order hardcopy publications, contact your IBM representative or visit the IBM Publications Web site at:

To view or download a free PDF version of the publication, visit the QMF Web site at:

                                                  Feature
Title                                             Number
 
QMF Messages and Codes                            8101
QMF HPO User's Guide                              8104
Installing and Managing QMF                       8106
Introducing QMF                                   8107
Developing QMF Applications                       8108
QMF Reference                                     8109
Using QMF                                         8110

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.

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.

The following publications are available in softcopy form on a single CD-ROM:

                              Order
Title                         Number             Language
 
DB2 UDB for OS/390, V7
 
Introducing QMF               GC12-2858          German
QMF Reference                 SC12-2849          German
Using QMF                     SC12-2850          German
 
Introducing QMF               GC88-8618          Japan (DBCS)
QMF Reference                 SC88-8619          Japan (DBCS)
Using QMF                     SC88-8620          Japan (DBCS)
QMF Messages and              GC88-8621          Japan (DBCS)
 Codes
Developing QMF                SC88-8622          Japan (DBCS)
 Applications
Installing and                GC88-9067          Japan (DBCS)
 Managing QMF
 
Introducing QMF               GC10-3530          Spanish
QMF Reference                 SC10-3531          Spanish
Using QMF                     SC10-3532          Spanish
 
Introducing QMF               G517-7132          Brazilian Portuguese
QMF Reference                 S517-6998          Brazilian Portuguese
Using QMF                     S517-6999          Brazilian Portuguese
 
Introducing QMF               GA30-1047          Korean (DBCS)
Installing and                GA30-1426          Korean (DBCS)
 Managing QMF
QMF Reference                 SA30-1048          Korean (DBCS)
Using QMF                     SA30-1049          Korean (DBCS)
QMF Messages and              GA30-1050          Korean (DBCS)
 Codes
Developing QMF                SA30-1051          Korean (DBCS)
 Applications
 
Introducing QMF               GC11-1685          French
Using QMF                     SC11-1687          French
 
 
Introducing QMF               GC13-2904          Italian
QMF Reference                 SC13-2905          Italian
Using QMF                     SC13-2906          Italian

To order hardcopy publications, contact your IBM representative or visit the IBM Publications Web site at:

To view or download a free PDF version of the publication, visit the QMF Web site at:

Customized Offerings

Most product media is shipped only via Customized Offerings (for example, CBPDO, ServerPac, Systempac®). Non-customized items (CDs, diskettes, source media, media kits) will continue to be shipped via the stand-alone product.

Terms and Conditions

The terms for DB2 UDB previously announced and licensed under the IBM Customer Agreement are unaffected by this announcement. For details, refer to:

  • Software Announcement 299-154 , dated June 15, 1999
  • Software Announcement 201-059 , dated March 6, 2001

The zELC billing codes for VSE and VM (5697-F42), V7.2 were previously announced. For details, refer to Software Announcement 202-036 , dated February 19, 2002.

IBM Operational Support Services — Support Line: Yes

Prices

Contact your IBM representative for charges information for this announcement.

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Note: Shipments will begin after the planned availability date.

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