IBM eServer iSeries V5R3 Licensed Programs

IBM United States Software Announcement 204-085
May 4, 2004

 ENUS204-085.PDF (95KB)

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At a glance

DB2® UDB XML Extender V8 enhancements:

  • Full schema support
  • Support for decomposing of documents that contain non-unique attribute and element names
  • Several UDFs have a new encoding parameter that allows encoding specification of the source or destination file

Advanced Job Scheduler

  • Access scheduled jobs via PDA
  • Send notification if jobs don't start as scheduled
  • New CL commands to track job progress

DB2 Query Manager and SQL Development Kit

  • Partitioned table support for file output on Interactive SQL sessions
  • Qualified subfields in ILE RPG
  • Array data structures in ILE RPG
  • Precompilers allow a data structure in UPDATE statement

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Overview

New terms and conditions limit transferability of products.

New Backup Recovery and Media Services (BRMS) function is more powerful and easier to use.

The BRMS iSeries™ Navigator client continues to improve functions for managing your backup, media, backup history, and recovery using a highly accessible GUI.

The BRMS program now supports:

  • Optimized incremental save-while-active backup of libraries
  • Remote duplication of media using the BRMS Network feature
  • Reclamation of fragmented media
  • Enhanced expiration method for volumes in a media set
  • Integrated backup and recovery of objects saved with pending transactions
  • Restricted state TCP/IP and aliasing for the BRMS Network feature
  • Saves of spooled files on independent auxiliary storage pools
  • Library, object, and folder omits for individual backup control groups
  • True restricted state saves in batch mode
  • Additional BRMS Tivoli® Storage Manager (TSM) client functions
  • Better integration with TSM OS/400® PASE (Portable Application Solutions Environment)
  • Still more System Recovery Report improvements
  • Improved install times and reduced storage requirement

iSeries Access Family

  • iSeries Access for Windows™ V5R3 includes a new database provider and a number of other database enhancements that make iSeries Access for Windows the perfect choice for your PC-to-iSeries connection. In addition, all databases and data access functions are Unicode enabled. It also includes a new version of the Personal Communications 5250 emulator.

    IBM.Data.DB2.iSeries is a .NET Data Provider that supports access to DB2 Universal Database ® (UDB) for iSeries databases through the Microsoft™ .NET framework.

  • iSeries Access for Web V5R3 now can run on WebSphere® Portal — Express and WebSphere Portal — Express Plus. It also integrates with Lotus® Sametime®. The SQL Wizard is enhanced to generate dynamic SQL queries. Printer output can be converted automatically to PDF and placed on the PDF printer output queues. The 5250 emulator is enhanced.
  • iSeries Access for Linux is a new client offering that runs natively on Linux operating systems on either Intel™ or Power PCs (including iSeries logical partitions). It includes 5250 emulation and an ODBC driver.
  • WebSphere Host Access Transformation Services Limited Edition (HATS LE) V5 has many enhancements to its browser-based 5250 emulator, such as better default rendering. Default rendering is rewritten to perform faster and to provide more reliable recognition and rendering of a larger number of screens. administration is improved: HATS LE can now be configured to enable users to connect to more than one iSeries from a single URL, and it is easier to create and save templates.

 
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Key prerequisites

One of the following IBM eServer iSeries models: 170, 250, 270, SB2, SB3, 7xx, and 8xx, or one of the eServer® i5 models 520 or 570
 
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Planned availability date

June 11, 2004
 
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Description

Backup Recovery and Media Services for iSeries (BRMS) (5722-BR1)

  • New backup items within backup control groups give you better control in managing the backups of your Integrated File System (IFS) objects when you are also running online Lotus server backups.

    New lists help you define items to be omitted from the IFS saves in addition to omitted Lotus online data.

  • Lotus online incremental backup is updated. Lotus database files that cannot be saved incrementally (such as new databases) are saved using a full online backup.
  • You can now save and restore objects saved with pending transactions. You can now save journaled objects using save-while-active without waiting for a transaction boundary (pending transaction). The restoration of objects saved with pending transactions allows for automatic recovery of associated journals, journal receivers, and application or removal of journal changes to a point in time.
  • BRMS duplication of media is enhanced to enable you to use the BRMS network feature to offload the duplication task to another system in the BRMS network.
  • An Expire media set volumes (EXPSETMED) parameter is added to the Start Expiration for BRM (STREXPBRM) and Start Maintenance for BRM (STRMNTBRM) commands to enable an IBM patented function for expiring the volumes in a set that contains no active files. You can return these volumes to the scratch pool sooner, which reduces the number of active volumes you need to maintain.
  • System alias name support is added to the BRMS Networking feature. Aliases allow you to define a system name other than the default local name for communicating with systems in the BRMS network.
  • TCP/IP support now allows you to specify interfaces you want started while in restricted state to resolve scratch volume allocation requests from the centralized media pool.
  • The default value of the audit system media (AUDSYSMED) parameter is changed to *NONE and the refree auto-retrieved objects (REFREE) parameter on the start maintenance for BRM (STRMNTBRM) command allows you to better control these maintenance actions. Running these actions periodically rather than daily improves the maintenance of BRMS.
  • The move media using BRM (MOVMEDBRM) command is enhanced to allow the moved volume information to be placed in an outfile so that it can be processed programmatically.
  • Start backup using BRM (STRBKUBRM) has a new option that allows you to submit a restricted state backup to batch in the controlling subsystem, bypassing the need to start the BRMS console monitor on the system console session. A new OMITS parameter enables you to indicate to BRMS whether to process or ignore omitted items without modifying the control group.
  • BRMS backup and saved history is updated to allow for saving and restoring saved spooled file from output queues residing on auxiliary storage pool devices.
  • BRMS now ships four new programs that you can use when defining BRMS as the media management system for Tivoli Storage Manager Server for 0S/400 PASE. These programs use BRMS to perform mounts, dismounts, expire, and delete operations on behalf of this TSM server.
  • BRMS continues to enhance the system recovery report by re-introducing step numbering, more detailed descriptions of recovery tasks, and the inclusion of auxiliary storage pool devices saved on other systems.

    The *RESUME option is enhanced to preserve your remaining recovery items through a sign-off or across an IPL.

  • The storage required for the media information of saved IFS objects is significantly reduced. The smaller QUSRBRM library translates to faster saves of the IBM libraries and saves of the BRMS media information, especially if you have saved lots of IFS objects and maintain object detail.
  • The BRMS install process now defers QUSRBRM updates until after the install is complete. This results in reduced install times for your software upgrades and allows you to better plan for the BRMS software update.
  • BRMS incremental backup now uses better reference date management to eliminate use of older reference dates — no more redundant saves of library objects.
  • BRMS iSeries Navigator client enhancements include:
    • A reclaim wizard is available to assist you in copying the active files on fragmented media to new media so you can reduce your media inventory and possibly minimize your media purchases.
    • An enhanced search capability within the backup history include panel makes finding objects in the backup history easier. For example, searches for objects can scan all saved libraries or all saved directories.
    • Display of the BRMS log is enhanced to support improved search and sorting of the log entries.
    • New backup policy controls allow you to optionally stop and restart Lotus or TCP/IP servers or run maintenance when the backup completes.
    • Backup policy omit support was added so you can define omits of libraries, library objects, or folders for individual backup policies.
    • Improved BRMS network management controls added to the global properties.
    • Improved TSM client controls added to the global properties.
    • The restore wizard now includes restores of saved printer output and archived objects.
    • New tasks allow you to create HTML-based reports of your backup policies, move policies, and media.
    • Accessibility improved for almost all of the BRMS iSeries Navigator client panels and dialogs.

For detailed information on the BRMS iSeries Navigator client, refer to the iSeries Information Center, or download and review the BRMS GUI Student Guide from

BRMS function is enhanced on an on-going basis. Enhancements between scheduled software releases are provided by PTF. Periodically review the BRMS Web site to learn of any new functions that might improve your backup and recovery strategy. Refer to

CICS® Transaction Server For iSeries (5722-DFH)

Enhancements:

  • Support is added to the CRTCICSCBL command to provide access to the WebSphere Development Studio ILE COBOL compiler for creating CICS COBOL programs. CICS application programmers can access the features of ILE COBOL environment when executing CICS programs.
  • The CRTCICSCBL command now provides additional parameters that correspond to the CRTCBLMOD and CRTBNDCBL commands and now invokes those commands as appropriate to create the CICS COBOL program.

DB2 Universal Database Extenders for iSeries V8 (5722-DE1)

DB2 UDB XML Extender and DB2 UDB Text Extender help you utilize your iSeries server to manage your critical business information in DB2 databases to engage in business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-customer (B2C) solutions in the next generation of e-business.

You can combine structured XML information with traditional relational data. You can choose whether to store entire XML documents in DB2 as an XML Character Large Object (XMLCLOB), or you can map the XML content as traditional data in relational tables. The DB2 UDB XML Extender enables powerful searches for rich data types of XML element or attribute values, even for nontraditional XML data types.

The DB2 UDB XML Extender for iSeries, for the most part, provides the same function as on other DB2 platforms. The exceptions are:

  • MQSeries® Stored Procedures
  • Extensible stylesheet language transformation (XSLT) UDFs

The DB2 UDB Text Extender provides full-text search through a set of UDFs. These extend the SQL query language by providing additional function. It is easy to combine full-text search with parametric search. Text search capabilities depend on index type chosen.

The Text Extender for iSeries provides the same function as on other DB2 platforms with the following differences:

  • It is not possible to define referential constraints on tables that are enabled for text search. Text Extender does not support automatic index update for delete of records in a table with defined referential constraints. However, tables containing referential constraints can be enabled for text search.
  • The workstation command GET ENVIRONMENT to retrieve the setting of the Text Extender environment variables is not required and not supported on the iSeries.
  • With structured documents, it is not possible to index and search on attribute sections (DATE, TIME, FLOAT, INTEGER).
  • No Datalink support.
  • Text preparation and administration commands for the client must be invoked at the database server itself.

Version 8

DB2 UDB XML Extender enhancements:

  • Full schema support.
  • Support for decomposing of documents that contain non-unique attribute and element names.
  • Several UDFs have a new encoding parameter that allows encoding specification of the source or destination file.
  • XML Extender uses the XML Parser delivered in the XML Toolkit for iSeries (5733-XT1). This product must be installed before using XML Extender for iSeries on V5R3.

For more information, go to

Query for iSeries (5722-QU1)

Enhancements:

  • Data type support added for binary, varying binary, CLOB, BLOB, DBCLOB, larger decimal numbers, user defined types, UTF-8 and UTF-16
  • Support added for partitioned tables
  • Support added for functions HEX, LENGTH, BINARY, and VARBINARY

DB2 Query Manager and SQL Development Kit (5722-ST1)

Enhancements:

  • Interactive SQL session attributes:
    • Partitioned table support added for file output
    • Session attribute added for SQL rules
    • Session attribute added for password visibility
  • Query Manager
    • Data type support added for binary, varying binary, larger decimal numbers, UTF-8, and UTF-16
  • SQL precompilers
    • BINARY, VARBINARY, and larger decimal numbers host variables
    • New command parameters COMPILEOPT and DECRESULT
    • Allow a data structure in an UPDATE statement
    • SQL diagnostics area changes
    • Increased length of user ID parameter
    • ILE RPG enhancements
      • Allow the use of qualified subfields
      • Allow the use of array data structures
      • Allow the use of LIKEDS
      • Added an option so that /Copy directives and the conditional logic of /If, /Else, /ElseIf, /Endif, /Eof, /Define, and /Undefine directives are understandable for the precompiler.
      • Allow the use of an RPG logical (indicator) variable
      • Allow the use of LIKEREC
      • Recognize CCSID keyword

Advanced Job Scheduler (5722-JS1)

Enhancements:

  • Access to your scheduled jobs from a wireless device — you can work with Advanced Job Scheduler using a wireless device such as a PDA.
  • Use the notification feature of Advanced Job Scheduler to automatically notify a specified recipient via e-mail. Include attachments of printer output (in PDF format).
  • Define multiple scheduling environments — can be used for testing, or to support enhanced availability as backed up scheduling environment can be copied to backup machine
  • More flexibility when scheduling jobs with the ability to skip dependencies and weeks
  • Ability to monitor jobs not started within a specified time limit — then send a notification if job doesn't start
  • Ability to use a fiscal calendar to specify a schedule unique to any user's business needs
  • Provide new CL command Set Step Using Job Scheduler (SETSTPJS) to track a job's progress.

iSeries Access Family (5722-XW1)

iSeries Access for Windows V5R3

  • The 5250 emulator (PC5250) is now at V5.7. Its enhancements include: additional accessibility enhancements to the operator information area (OIA), popup keypad, and color mapping, as well as visual indication of sounds. It also includes enhanced mouse marking, bidirectional (LamAlef) enhancements, USB Japanese 106 keyboard support, basic_ASCII print PDF, and PDT.
  • Data Transfer includes new unicode enablement and a text file type, plus support for:
    • Larger decimal precision
    • BINARY and VARBINARY SQL data types
    • UTF-8 and UTF-16 data in DB2 database tables, support for standard date and time cells in Microsoft Excel, an option to allow numeric-to-character conversion when transferring Microsoft Excel data to the server
    • Most recently used request list and last directory in Excel Add-in
  • New .NET data provider (named IBM.Data.DB2.iSeries) that allows Windows applications to use the Microsoft .NET framework to access DB2 UDB for iSeries databases.
  • The ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) driver for iSeries includes support for:
    • BINARY/VARBINARY data types
    • UTF-8 and UTF-16 data
    • Increased precision of decimal numbers and enhanced MTS support
  • In addition to the existing OLE DB (Object Linking and Embedding) data provider (IBMDA400), two OLE DB data providers are added: an SQL-only provider (IBMDASQL) and a Record-Level Access-only provider (IBMDARLA). The SQL-only provider includes SQL commitment control, runs in an MTS environment, provides custom blocking, data compression, and SQL package support. The record-level access provider includes support for forward-only cursors and blocked reads. All the OLE DB data providers now include support for database BINARY and VARBINARY data types, database larger decimal precision support, and UTF-8 and UTF-16 support.
  • The Incoming Remote Command includes a new option (called /loadprof) that allows commands to have access to the user-specific registry and environment variable settings while they are running. This option can be saved on the Incoming Remote Command tab of iSeries Access for Windows Properties, where it is called "Load user profile when command run in user context."
  • The PC CD shipped with V5R3, called "iSeries Setup and Operations," continues to contain the iSeries Access for Windows product. In addition, the SSL component that was only available via the 5722-CE3 program in previous releases, is now also included on that CD. This may make it easier to distribute SSL support out to remote PCs.

iSeries Access for Web

  • iSeries Access for Web is a Java™ application that runs in a Web application server (for example, WebSphere Application Server or Apache Software Foundation ASF Tomcat) on V5R2, or later, iSeries servers. End users access its functions by starting their browser and connecting to an iSeries server. iSeries Access for Web can now be used with the Mozilla browser, as well as Internet Explorer and Netscape, to enable users on desktop operating systems such as Windows, UNIX®, Linux, and Macintosh to access iSeries resources. It provides a variety of functions, such as 5250 emulation, and access to iSeries printers, printer output, database, jobs, job queues, and message queues. It enables you to run OS/400 CL batch commands without using a 5250 emulation session.

    Enhancements in this V5R3 release include:

  • The 5250 emulator, database, command, file, print, and single sign-on functions have portlet versions that integrate into the WebSphere Portal-Express and Express Plus for Multiplatforms V5.02. Some functions in iSeries Access for Web also can be used in this environment as IFrame portlets.
  • The 5250 emulator now includes preferences and policy functions so it can be fully customized for end users by the iSeries administrator. Administrators can now create shortcuts to session configurations and macro definitions for users or groups, and can specify an initial macro to play immediately after a session is started. Users can now:
    • Share an active session with other users and groups while the user who starts the session maintains full control
    • Position their cursor at an exact location within a field

  • New PDF Printer and PDF Printer Output tabs are added. Conversion of iSeries printer output (AFPDS or SCS) is automatically done when a spooled file is routed to a printer output device. The interfaces for working with printer output, Internet printers, and Internet printer shares are consolidated and simplified.
  • The SQL Database wizard is enhanced to build requests that can prompt the user for one or more condition values when the request is run. Users can also use Run SQL to manually create statements with parameter markers. The Run SQL and Copy Data to Table functions now additionally support the Microsoft Excel XML format — the XML spreadsheet format used by Microsoft Excel 2002. Files created with the new iSeries Access for Windows Data Transfer file format can also be imported into iSeries Access for Web.
  • Extract Server Data is a new feature used to retrieve information about objects on the iSeries server and store those results in a database table where those results can be retrieved in a variety of ways. Object-specific information can also be retrieved for the following object types: directory entries, messages, software fixes, software products, system pool, and user profiles.
  • The Files function for working with data in the IFS is enhanced to display the directory contents in the current browser window, and the name, size, type, and modified column headers can now be sorted. If the user has the appropriate OS/400 authority, the browse files and browse NetServer file share functions can be edited (for example, authority, change object owner, change primary group for object, change authorization list for object, and perform zip and unzip operations).
  • A new message function sends break messages to iSeries workstations, and Lotus Sametime announcements can be sent to iSeries Access for Web Sametime users.
  • The My Folder function, which enables users to store results of commands and PDF output in their own and other iSeries Access for Web users' folders, has two new actions for folder items: "Copy" allows one user to copy folder items to another user's personal folder, and "Copy To File" allows the user to copy the contents of the folder item to a file in the IFS. For iSeries administrators, policies can control the maximum number of items or amount of disk space allowed for a user's personal folder.Users are notified when the number of items or total size reaches a percentage of the maximum items allowed. Notifications can now be sent to a Lotus Sametime user in addition to a configured e-mail address.
  • A new Download functional category is available for file distribution. A downloadable file can be stored on the iSeries server and made available for distribution through iSeries Access for Web, and a set of management functions are provided for updating and controlling access to the downloadable files. The new iSeries Access for Linux product is provided as a downloadable file, and administrators can create other downloadable files (for example, a tailored version of the iSeries Access for Windows product for easy distribution to Windows users).
  • New functions are available under "Other." For example, a new Bookmark utility can be used to create a bookmark file with entries for each link in the iSeries Access for Web navigation tabs. The Connection pool menu item displays the current status of the connection pool and enables the administrator to directly customize the connection pool settings.
  • The Customize function allows easier administration for restricting access to functional categories, and has new policies to restrict users to a category of functions without the need to deny each of the functions individually. The Customize interface now has options to view all of the current policy settings for a user or group profile in a report view and to generate a printer-friendly link so it can be sent to a printer.

WebSphere Host Access Transformation Services Limited Edition (HATS LE) V5

  • HATS LE enables users to access their 5250 applications from a browser without requiring the iSeries IT teams to tediously reface their applications, as HATS LE transforms screens into HTML using a few simple rules predefined by an iSeries administrator. HATS LE configuration now enables users to connect to other iSeries servers from a single page and to more easily create new templates based on default templates provided.
  • A key function of the HATS LE emulator is that it recognizes components on the screen (such as function keys and subfiles) and renders those components as HTML "widgets" (such as buttons and links). The default rendering, plus the components and widgets, are rewritten, resulting in more reliable recognition and rendering of a larger number of host screens and faster performance.
  • Enhanced browser support includes Internet Explorer 5.2.3 and 5.5, Netscape 6.2 and 7.0, Mozilla 1.2.1, Opera 5.0, Konqueror 3.1, and Safari 1.0. To learn the desktop operating system level required for a browser version, and to learn the level of keyboard support provided by a browser, refer to
  • HATS LE supports all national languages and code pages at runtime, including DBCS and Bi-directional (BIDI), and Unicode characters can be displayed and used as input. The administrator panels are translated into the following languages and shipped with HATS LE:
    • English
    • French
    • German
    • Italian
    • Japanese
    • Korean
    • Portuguese/Brazilian
    • Simplified Chinese
    • Spanish
    • Traditional Chinese
    • Turkish

iSeries Access for Linux

  • iSeries Access for Linux runs natively on Linux operating systems. Linux can be used on systems with Intel processors, or Power PCs, or in an iSeries server logical partition (LPAR). iSeries Access for Linux contains a 5250 emulator and an ODBC driver.
  • The 5250 emulator enables end users to work with OS/400 system screens and run 5250 host applications. The native Linux 5250 emulator contains many features similar to a native Windows 5250 emulator, such as the ability to provide a workstation or device ID, 80 and 132 screen sizes, keyboard mapping (GUI), macro support, record/playback, pop-up/pull-down keypads, the ability to asynchronously display server messages in the 5250 interface, and screen print.
  • Multiple users can use the 5250 emulator code in a three-tier environment, such as Linux Terminal Server Project (LSTP) and Virtual Network Computing (VNC) by using the ibm5250 -STAND_ALONE command line option.
  • The ODBC driver enables Linux PC applications to access information in the DB2 Universal Database (UDB) for iSeries. It provides many of the same capabilities available in the iSeries Access for Windows ODBC driver.
  • The following utilities are included with iSeries Access for Linux and can be run from a console prompt:
    • RTMCMD and RTMODBC runs a single iSeries CL command or a group of iSeries commands.
    • CWBPING determines if a connection can be successfully made to an iSeries server or to help determine the cause of a connection failure.
    • CWBNLTBL downloads conversion tables.
    • CWBCOPWR changes the advanced communications setting of Access for Linux.
    • CWBTRC configures tracing of iSeries Access for Linux.
  • iSeries Access for Linux can be installed on Linux operating systems by downloading it from the iSeries Access for Linux Web page at

As enhancements or fixes are made, new versions are placed on this Web page. Additionally, the iSeries Access for Web V5R3 program offers a new download function to enable Linux users to install iSeries Access for Linux on their desktops. As you acquire iSeries cumulative PTF tapes or iSeries Access for Web PTFs, you can also acquire new versions of iSeries Access for Linux via the iSeries Access for Web download feature.

iSeries Access Family Refresh

iSeries Access Family (5722-XW1) customers who are running OS/400 V5R2 and have software subscription can acquire and use the V5R3 versions of the following products by ordering the 5722-XW1 refresh:

  • iSeries Access for Windows
  • iSeries Access for Web
  • WebSphere Host Access Transformation Services (HATS) Limited Edition (V5)
  • iSeries Client Encryption, 128-bit (5722-CE3)

XML Toolkit for iSeries (5733-XT1)

XML is widely touted as a solution to the problem of information exchange between applications and within B2B environments. It is simple, extensible, and non-proprietary. XML parser APIs assist in the creation, navigation, or modification of XML document content.

XML Toolkit for iSeries (5733-XT1) also assists in the general industry movement toward XML by providing an interface to an XML parser for procedural language use, such as RPG, C, or COBOL, (common application language choices on iSeries). This refresh of the XML Toolkit for iSeries provides V5, V5R2, and V5R3 of the XML parser.

A new addition to the XML Toolkit is the XSLT transformer to create XSL stylesheets to transform XML documents from one type to another (for example, XML or HTML).

Parsers and Transformer : The XML parsers and transformer for C++ and procedural language are based on cross-platform, Apache open-source code compliant with W3C XML industry standards.

The latest refresh of XML Toolkit for iSeries adds additional support and is consistent with the Apache Software Foundation's Xerces-C++ 2.3 as well as support for Xalan-C++ 1.6.

XML4C and XML4PR V5R3.1

For XML4C only

  • Experimental Implementation of Namespaces in XML 1.1
  • Experimental Implementation of XML 1.1: in DOMWriter
  • Additional Schema 1.0 Errata Implementation
  • More DOM L3 Core Support
    • DOMConfiguration
    • Document Normalization (partial)
  • Pluggable Memory Manager
  • Pluggable Security Manager
  • Pluggable Panic Handler
  • Logical Path Resolution

XSLT4C V1.6

  • Xalan-C++ implements the W3C Recommendation 16 November 1999 XSL Transformations (XSLT) Version 1
  • Xalan-C++ incorporates the XML Path Language (XPath) Version 1
  • Xalan-C++ uses Xerces-C++ to parse XML documents and XSL stylesheets. The input may appear in the form of a file or URL, a stream, or a DOM. Xalan-C++ performs the transformations specified in the XSL stylesheet and produces a file, a stream, or a DOM you specify when you set up the transformation.
  • Along with a complete API for performing transformations in your C++ applications, Xalan-C++ provides a command line utility for convenient file-to-file transformations
  • Xalan-C++ supports C++ extension functions

This updated function will be available June 25, 2004.

Packages for V5R3

ValuPak for iSeries (5722-VP1) consists of the following:

  • Option 36 of OS/400 — PSF/400 1-45 IPM Printer Support
  • 5722-PT1 Performance Tools for iSeries
    • Option 1 Manager feature
  • 5722-QU1 Query for iSeries
  • 5722-ST1 DB2 Query Manager and SQL Development Kit for iSeries
  • 5722-XW1 iSeries Access

The number of iSeries Access users is set to the following quantities:

  • P05 — 10 users
  • P10 — 20 users
  • P20 — 50 users
  • P30 — 70 users
  • P40 — 125 users
  • P50 — 150 users
  • P60 — 175 users

Trademarks

 
iSeries is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
The e-business logo, Tivoli, OS/400, DB2 Universal Database, WebSphere, Lotus, Sametime, eServer, CICS, DB2, and MQSeries are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
Intel is a trademark of Intel Corporation.
 
Windows and Microsoft are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
 
Java is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
 
UNIX is a registered trademark of the Open Company in the United States and other countries.
 
Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.

Planning information

Planning statements provide insight into IBM's plans and directions. This information represents current goals and objectives and is subject to change or withdrawal without notice.

Cryptographic support for AS/400® (5722-CR1)

IBM plans to support IBM Cryptographic Support for AS/400 (5722-CR1) for one release beyond V5R3, after which it will be discontinued.

Additional information may be found on the iSeries™ Planning Information Web site. This site contains information such as Product Previews, Statements of Direction, and products no longer supported on a release, with mitigation plans, as available.

WebSphere® Host Publisher

As of August 6, 2004, V5R2 iSeries Access Family (5722-XW1) no longer will include WebSphere Host Publisher. Host Publisher will not be available in future releases of iSeries Access Family.

Suggested Replacement: You can continue to use your Host Publisher applications and can make minor modifications with your current Host Publisher tools. To make major modifications to an application, use a Web-enabling tool like WebSphere Host Access Transformation Services (HATS). HATS V5 has a migration tool available for migrating Host Publisher applications to HATS. Refer to

Additional information may be found on the iSeries Planning Information Web site. This site contains information such as Product Previews, Statements of Direction, and products no longer supported on a release, with mitigation plans, as available.

V5R3 Content

The following is a list of iSeries V5R3 software included in this announcement:

                                                            Program
Program name                                                number
 
Cryptographic Access Provider 128-bit                       5722-AC3
 for iSeries
Advanced DBCS Printer Support for iSeries                   5722-AP1
Backup Recovery and Media Services                          5722-BR1
 for iSeries
iSeries Client Encryption (128-bit)                         5722-CE3
Communications Utilities for iSeries                        5722-CM1
System/38(TM) Utilities for AS/400                          5722-DB1
DB2 Universal Database(R) Extenders for                     5722-DE1
 for iSeries V8
CICS(R) Transaction Server for iSeries                      5722-DFH
Business Graphics Utility for AS/400                        5722-DS1
Tivoli(R) Storage Manager Enterprise Edition                5698-ISE
Tivoli Storage Manager                                      5698-ISM
Job Scheduler for iSeries                                   5722-JS1
Managed System Services for iSeries                         5722-MG1
Performance Tools for iSeries                               5722-PT1
Query for iSeries                                           5722-QU1
System Manager for iSeries                                  5722-SM1
DB2(R) Query Manager and                                    5722-ST1
 SQL Development Kit for iSeries
XML Toolkit for iSeries                                     5733-XT1
iSeries Client Access Family                                5722-XW1

iSeries V5R3 programs announced in separate software announcements include the following:

                                                            Program
Program name                                                number
 
GridToolbox V3 for OS/400(R)                                5733-GT1
Infoprint(R) Server for iSeries                             5722-IP1
OS/400                                                      5722-SS1
WebSphere Development Studio for iSeries                    5722-WDS
Web Enablement for iSeries                                  5722-WE1

Also available in iSeries V5R3 are the following:

Program name                            Program
Version/release                         number              Release
 
AFP(TM) Utilities for iSeries           5722-AF1            V5R2
AFP Font Collection                     5648-B45            V2R1
 for Workstations and OS/400
iSeries Connect 2.0                     5733-CO2            V2R0
Cryptographic Support                   5722-CR1            V5R2
 for AS/400
DataPropagator(TM) for                  5722-DP4            V5R2
 iSeries V8.1
Facsimile Support                       5798-FAX            V5R2
 for iSeries
AFP DBCS Fonts                          5769-FN1            V4R2
AFP Fonts                               5769-FNT            V4R2
Domino(TM) fax for iSeries              5733-FXD            V4R4
Infoprint Designer                      5733-ID1            V4R5
 for iSeries
Application Program                     5722-PD1            V5R1
 Driver for AS/400
VisualAge(R) Generator                  5769-VG1            V4R4
 Server for iSeries

Software progression: The following table is used to show the updates for various products.

Program upgrades

  V4.2      V4.3       V4.4      V4.5     V5R1      V5R2      V5R3
 
5769-SS1  5769-SS1   5769-SS1  5769-SS1  5722-SS1  5722-SS1  5722-SS1
   NA     5769-AC1      *         *         NA        NA        NA
   NA     5769-AC2      *         *      5722-AC2     NA        NA
   NA     5769-AC3      *         *      5722-AC3  5722-AC3  5722-AC3
5769-AF1     *       5769-AF1     *      5722-AF1  5722-AF1     *
5798-AF3     *          *         *         *         *         NA
5769-AP1     *       5769-AP1  5769-AP1  5722-AP1  5722-AP1  5722-AP1
   NA        NA         NA     5769-AP1  5722-AP1  5722-AP1  5722-AP1
   *      5769-BR1   5769-BR1     *      5722-BR1  5722-BR1  5722-BR1
5769-CB1     *       5769-CB1  5769-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS
   NA        NA      5769-CE1     *         NA        NA        NA
   NA        NA      5769-CE2     *      5722-CE2     NA        NA
   NA        NA      5769-CE3     *      5722-CE3  5722-CE3  5722-CE3
5769-CL3     *       5769-CL3  5769-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS
5769-CF1     *       5769-CF1     *         NA        NA        NA
5769-CM1     *       5769-CM1     *      5722-CM1  5722-CM1  5722-CM1
5769-CP4     *          *         NA        NA        NA        NA
5769-CR1     *       5769-CR1     *      5722-CR1  5722-CR1     *
   NA       NA          NA        NA        NA     5733-CO2     *
5769-CX2  5769-CX2   5769-CX2  5769-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS
   *         *       5769-CX5  5769-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS
5769-DB1     *       5769-DB1     *      5722-DB1  5722-DB1  5722-DB1
          5769-DC1      *         *         *         *         NA
          5769-DC3      *         *         *         *         NA
   *         *          *         *         NA        NA        NA
   NA        NA         NA        NA     5722-DE1  5722-DE1  5722-DE1
5769-DFH  5769-DFH   5769-DFH     *      5722-DFH  5722-DFH  5722-DFH
   NA        NA         NA     5769-DL1     *         *         NA
5769-DP1  5769-DP2      *      5769-DP3     *      5722-DP4     *
5769-DS1     *       5769-DS1     *      5722-DS1  5722-DS1  5722-DS1
5769-FNT     *          *         *         *         *         *
5769-FN1     *          *         *         *         *         *
5769-FW1     *      5769-FW1   5769-FW1     NA        NA        NA
   NA        NA         NA        NA     5722-IP1  5722-IP1  5722-IP1
5716-JS1  5769-JS1      *      5769-JS1  5722-JS1  5722-JS1  5722-JS1
   NA        NA     5769-LNT      *         *         PN        PN
   NA        NA     5769-LNP      *         *         PN        PN
5769-MG1     *          *         *      5722-MG1  5722-MG1  5722-MG1
5769-MQ2  5769-MQ2      *         *         NA        NA        NA
5769-MQ2     *          *      5733-A38     *         *         PN
5769-PD1  5769-PD1      *         *          *        *         *
5769-PT1     *       5769-PT1  5769-PT1  5722-PT1  5722-PT1  5722-PT1
5769-PW1     *       5769-PW1  5769-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS
   *      5769-QU1   5769-QU1  5769-QU1  5722-QU1  5722-QU1  5722-QU1
5769-RD1  5769-RD1   5769-RD1  5769-RD1  5722-RD1  5722-RD1     PN
5769-RG1     *       5769-RG1  5769-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS
   *      5769-SM1   5769-SM1  5769-SM1  5722-SM1  5722-SM1  5722-SM1
   *      5769-ST1   5769-ST1  5769-ST1  5722-ST1  5722-ST1  5722-ST1
   *      5769-SV3      *         NA        NA        NA        NA
   *         *          *      5769-VG1     *         *         *
   *         *          *      5769-VI1  5722-VI1  5722-VI1     PN
   NA        NA         NA     5769-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS  5722-WDS
5769-WP1     *          *         *         NA        NA        NA
5769-XW1  5769-XW1   5769-XW1  5769-XW1  5722-XW1  5722-XW1  5722-XW1
5798-TBT     **         **        NA        NA        NA        NA
5798-TBY     **      5798-TBY      *     5798-FAX  5798-FAX     *

Legend: Restating the product number indicates new code has been added for that release.

    * Indicates the product is included in the release, but no new code has been added.

    NA — No longer available.

    PN — Available as part number product only via Passport Advantage®.


 
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Ordering information

IBM Cryptographic Access Provider 128-bit for iSeries (5722-AC3)

5722-AC3 is be included on every order.

To register the ePoE, these no-charge features will be put on the individual product orders when an upgrade is performed from V5R1 to V5R2 or V5R3, or from V5R2 to V5R3.

For the processor-based products, the appropriate processor group feature will be put on the order.

For one-time charge products, feature number 2001 will be on the order.

In these upgrade situations, the appropriate registration feature will be placed automatically on the orders by the configurator.

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
Cryptography 128 bit                              5829
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg OTC                                 2001

IBM Advanced Function Printing™ Utilities for AS/400 (5722-AF1)

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

IBM Advanced DBCS Printer Support for AS/400 (5722-AP1)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
APSU                                              5829
IPDS(TM)                                          5921
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg OTC Advanced DBCS                   2001
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

IBM Backup Recovery and Media Services for iSeries (5722-BR1)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 BRMS                                         5829
V5R3 Network                                      5921
V5R3 Advanced                                     5922
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg OTC  Network                        2001
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2105
 Adv. option
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2110
 Adv. option
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2120
 Adv. option
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2130
 Adv. option
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2140
 Adv. option
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2150
 Adv. option
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2160
 Adv. option

IBM iSeries Client Encryption (128-bit) 5722-CE3

5722-CE3 is included on every order

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 Client Encryption 128 bit                    5829
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg OTC                                 2001

IBM Communications Utilities for iSeries (5722-CM1)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 Communications Utility                       5829
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

IBM Connect for iSeries Version 2.0 (5733-CO2)

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

IBM Cryptographic Support for AS/400 (5722-CR1)

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

IBM System/38 Utilities for AS/400 (5722-DB1)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 Sys/38 Utilities                             5829
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg OTC                                 2001

IBM DB2 Universal Database Extenders for iSeries V8 (5722-DE1)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 DB2 UDB Extender                             5829
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

IBM CICS Transaction Server for iSeries (5722-DFH)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 CICS                                         5829
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg OTC                                 2001
ePoE V5R3 Reg OTC Client                          2101

IBM DB2 DataPropagator for iSeries V8.1 (5722-DP4)

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

IBM Business Graphics Utility for AS/400 (5722-DS1)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 Business Graphics Utility                    5829
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

IBM Facsimile Support for iSeries (5798-FAX)

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

IBM Integrated Domino Fax for iSeries (5733-FXD)

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg OTC                                 2001

IBM Infoprint Designer for iSeries (5733-ID1)

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg OTC                                 2001

IBM Advanced Job Scheduler for iSeries (5722-JS1)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 Advanced Job Scheduler                       5829
 
                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
Other features
 
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

IBM Managed System Services for iSeries (5722-MG1)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 Managed System Services for iSeries          5829
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg OTC                                 2001

IBM Application Program Driver for AS/400 (5722-PD1)

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

IBM Performance Tools for iSeries (5722-PT1)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 Performance Tools                            5829
V5R3 Manager                                      5921
V5R3 Agent                                        5922
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P05  Manager option         2105
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P10  Manager option         2110
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P20  Manager option         2120
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P30  Manager option         2130
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P40  Manager option         2140
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P50  Manager option         2150
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P60  Manager option         2160
 
                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P05  Agent option           2205
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P10  Agent option           2210
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P20  Agent option           2220
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P30  Agent option           2230
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P40  Agent option           2240
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P50  Agent option           2250
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P60  Agent option           2260

IBM Query for iSeries (5722-QU1)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 Query                                        5829
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

IBM System Manager for iSeries (5722-SM1)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 System Manager                               5829
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg OTC                                 2001

IBM DB2 Query Manager and SQL Development Kit for iSeries (5722-ST1)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 DB2 Query Manager and SQL Dev. Kit           5829
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

WebSphere Development Studio for iSeries (5722-WDS)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 WebSphere Dev                                5829
 
Other features
 
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P05  ADM option             2105
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P10  ADM option             2110
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P20  ADM option             2120
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P30  ADM option             2130
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P40  ADM option             2140
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P50  ADM option             2150
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P60  ADM option             2160
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P05  ADS option             2205
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P10  ADS option             2210
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P20  ADS option             2220
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P30  ADS option             2230
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P40  ADS option             2240
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P50  ADS option             2250
ePoE V5R3 Reg Feature P60  ADS option             2260

IBM iSeries Access Family (5722-XW1)

Supply features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
V5R3 iSeries Acc User                             5729
V5R3 iSeries Acc Proc                             5829
V5R2 iSeries Access Refresh                       2647(1)
1
This feature number supports a refresh for V5R2 iSeries Access Family customers to get the V5R3 iSeries Access Family (and related) products, including iSeries Access for Windows™, iSeries Access for Web, WebSphere Host Access Transformation Services V5.0, and iSeries Client Encryption.

Other features

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg OTC                                 2001
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P05                2005
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P10                2010
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P20                2020
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P30                2030
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P40                2040
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P50                2050
ePoE V5R3 Registration Feature P60                2060

IBM XML toolkit for iSeries (5733-XT1)

                                                  Feature
                                                  number
 
ePoE V5R3 Reg OTC                                 2001

 
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Terms and conditions

Electronic Proof of Entitlement (ePoE): Effective June 11,  2004, the following list of products will have an ePoE record created. The ePoE record will replace the printed PoE document, formerly use for these products.

LPs with ePoE for V5R3 RFA

  • Advanced Application
    • 5798-FAX — Facsimile Support for iSeries
  • Client Products
    • iSeries Client Access Windows Family (5722-XW1)
  • Advanced Function Printing
    • IBM Advanced Function Printing Utility (5722-AF1)
    • InfoPrint Designer for iSeries (5733-ID1)
    • InfoPrint Server for iSeries (5722-IP1)
  • Application Development
    • IBM System/38 Utilities for AS/400 (5722-DB1)
    • IBM Application Program Driver for AS/400 (5722-PD1)
    • IBM CICS for iSeries (5722-DFH)
    • Grid Toolbox for iSeries (5733-GT1)
  • Communications
    • Communications Utilities for iSeries (5722-CM1)
    • Cryptographic Support for AS/400 (5722-CR1)
    • Connect for iSeries V2.0 (5733-CO2)
    • Cryptographic Access Provider 128-bit for iSeries (5722-AC3)
    • IBM iSeries Client Encryption — 128 bit (5722-CE3)
  • Internet Products
    • Web Enablement (5722-WE1)
  • Languages
    • WebSphere Development Studio (5722-WDS)
  • Office Decisions Support
    • IBM Business Graphics Utility for AS/400 (5722-DS1)
    • Query for iSeries (5722-QU1)
    • DB2 Query Management and SQL Dev Kit for iSeries (5722-ST1)
    • Domino Fax for iSeries (5733-FXD)
    • Advanced DBCS Printer Support for AS/400 (5722-AP1)
    • DB2 Universal Database Extenders for iSeries (5722-DE1)
  • Operating System
    • OS/400 (5722-SS1)
  • System Management
    • DB2 DataPropagator 7.2 (5722-DP4)
    • BRMS for iSeries (5722-BR1)
    • Advanced Job Scheduler for iSeries (5722-JS1)
    • Performance Tools for iSeries (5722-PT1)
    • IBM Managed System Services for iSeries (5722-MG1)
    • System Manager for iSeries (5722-SM1)
    • XML Toolkit for iSeries (5733-XT1)

An ePoE will be created for new software orders for which entitlement is purchased for V5R1/2/3. Examples of such iSeries orders for entitlement record creation are:

  1. Initial software program purchase
  2. Additional user or processor purchase
  3. The move to a higher level processor tier

Customers who want to access their software ePoE data records must first register with IBM at the following Web site

After a Web ID is obtained via IBM Registration, customers can then access their software ePoE data records at

ePoE record data can be accessed to view or print for local use, transfer to another system within the enterprise, or update customer information such as hardware serial number on which the entitlement is installed. Note that for V5R1 or V5R2 products purchased prior to June 11, 2004, the capability to transfer those products outside the enterprise will continue to require a hard copy PoE, and for those purchased after June 11, 2004, an ePoE will be available. All V5R3 entitlement records will be via ePoE only.

Program support: Twelve months' notice will be provided prior to termination of support.

Transferability: To improve consistency in terms and conditions for IBM SW programs, new terms and conditions regarding program transferability apply to the following list of products.

Specifically, V5R3 of these programs is not transferable outside of your Enterprise. An enterprise is any legal entity (including, without limitation, an individual, a partnership or a corporation) and its subsidiaries. A subsidiary is any legal entity, during the time that more than 50% of its voting stock, or if no voting stock, decision-making power, is owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by the enterprise.

You may still move these programs to another machine within your enterprise. Moving a program to another machine does not change your license entitlement but may result in additional charges if additional license entitlements (such as users, processors, or tier) are needed. For example, if a program for which you have license entitlement at the P10 level is moved to a machine in the P20 SW tier, then a P10 to P20 upgrade entitlement must be acquired.

If any of these programs are installed on a machine sold to another party, they must be removed from the machine.

                                                  Program
Description                                       number
 
IBM Cryptographic Access Provider                 5722-AC3
 128-bit for iSeries
Adv DBCS Printer Support for IBM iSeries          5722-AP1
IBM Advanced DBCS Printer Support                 5722-AP1
BRMS -- Network Feature                           5722-BR1
IBM Backup Recovery and Media                     5722-BR1
 Services for iSeries
IBM iSeries Client Encryption (128-bit)           5722-CE3
IBM Communications Utilities for iSeries          5722-CM1
IBM Cryptographic Support for AS/400              5722-CR1
IBM System/38 Utilities for AS/400                5722-DB1
IBM DB2 Universal Database Extenders              5722-DE1
 for iSeries V8
IBM CICS Transaction Server for iSeries           5722-DFH
IBM Business Graphics Utilities for AS/400        5722-DS1
IBM Facsimile Support for iSeries                 5798-FAX
IBM Integrated Domino Fax for iSeries             5733-FXD
IBM Advanced Job Scheduler for iSeries            5722-JS1
IBM Managed System Services for iSeries           5722-MG1
IBM Performance Tools for iSeries                 5722-PT1
IBM Query for iSeries                             5722-QU1
IBM System Manager for iSeries                    5722-SM1
IBM DB2 Query Manager and                         5722-ST1
 SQL Development Kit for iSeries
IBM eServer iSeries Access Family                 5722-XW1
IBM iSeries Access Enablement Support             5722-XW1
IBM WebSphere Host Access Transformation          5722-XW1
 Services Limited Edition
IBM eServer iSeries Access for Web                5722-XW1

 
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Prices

For local charges, contact your IBM representative.
 
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IBM Global Financing

IBM Global Financing offers competitive financing to credit-qualified customers to assist them in acquiring IT solutions. Offerings include financing for IT acquisition, including hardware, software, and services, both from IBM and other manufacturers or vendors. Offerings (for all customer segments: small, medium, and large enterprise), rates, terms, and availability can vary by country. Contact your local IBM Global Financing organization or visit the Web at

IBM Global Financing offerings are provided through IBM Credit LLC in the United States and other IBM subsidiaries and divisions worldwide to qualified commercial and government customers. Rates are based on a customer's credit rating, financing terms, offering type, equipment type, and options, and may vary by country. Other restrictions may apply. Rates and offerings are subject to change, extension, or withdrawal without notice.
 
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To order, contact the Americas Call Centers, your local IBM representative, or your IBM Business Partner.

To identify your local IBM representative or IBM Business Partner, call 800-IBM-4YOU (426-4968).

 Phone:     800-IBM-CALL (426-2255)
 Fax:       800-2IBM-FAX (242-6329)
 Internet:  ibm_direct@vnet.ibm.com
 Mail:      IBM Americas Call Centers
            Dept:  IBM CALL, 11th Floor
            105 Moatfield Drive
            North York, Ontario
            Canada M3B 3R1
 
 Reference: AE001

The Americas Call Centers, our national direct marketing organization, can add your name to the mailing list for catalogs of IBM products.

Note: Shipments will begin after the planned availability date.

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