IBM WebSphere Development Studio for System i V6R1 delivers tools and programming languages to create modern IBM eServer System i solutions

IBM United States Software Announcement 208-013
January 29, 2008

 

 

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TOC link Key prerequisites TOC link Technical information
TOC link Planned availability date TOC link Ordering information
TOC link Description TOC link Terms and conditions
TOC link Statement of direction TOC link IBM Electronic Services
TOC link Reference information TOC link Prices
TOC link Offering Information TOC link Order now
 
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Overview

WebSphere® Development Studio for System i™ V6R1 offers significant enhancements to the IBM i5/OS™ host Integrated Language Environment® (ILE) compilers.

WebSphere Development Studio V6R1 includes major repackaging of its components. The product no longer bundles all the application development tools and compilers together. Instead, it contains three separately orderable features. These features include:

  • ILE compilers
    • Option 31 ILE RPG
    • Option 35 ILE RPG *PRV Compiler
    • Option 41 ILE COBOL
    • Option 45 ILE COBOL *PRV
    • Option 51 ILE C
    • Option 52 ILE C++
    • Option 56 IXLC for C/C++
  • Heritage compilers
    • Option 32 S/36 Compatible RPG II
    • Option 33 S/38 Compatible RPG III
    • Option 34 RPG/400®
    • Option 42 S/36 Compatible COBOL
    • Option 43 S/38 Compatible COBOL
    • Option 44 OPM COBOL
  • Application Development ToolSet — Option 21 Application Development ToolSet

Key V6R1 enhancements

ILE RPG

  • Ability to run concurrently in multiple threads
    • Each thread has its own static storage for fields.
    • STATIC(*ALLTHREAD) for fields is used by all threads.
    • Procedures can be serialized individually.
  • Ability to specify the main procedure to be called. An RPG program can be created with no RPG cycle.
  • Local file support by defining files in a procedure after the P Specification.
  • Other enhancements related to the use of files
    • Qualified record formats FILENAME.RECNAME
    • LIKEFILE keyword to define one file the same as another
    • New TEMPLATE keyword to define file types
    • Passing files as parameters using the LIKEFILE prototype keyword
    • New EXTDESC keyword to specify file to be used at compile time
    • Data structure that can be defined in the result field for EXFMT
  • Significantly higher limits for the size of variables
    • Size of variables from 64 K to 16 MB
    • Number of elements in an array from 32 K to no set limit
    • Length of string literals from 1 K to 8 K
  • Relaxation of some UCS-2 rules (available starting in V5R3 through PTFs)
  • Miscellaneous enhancements
    • New TEMPLATE keyword to define field and data structure types
    • Reduce module size with OPTION(*NOUNREF)
    • PCML can now be stored in the module

ILE COBOL

  • National UCS-2 CCSID Support
  • Debugging complex OCCURS DEPENDING ON (ODO) arrays
  • Improved support for large programs
  • Program Call Markup language (PCML) can now be stored in the module

ILE C

  • Decimal floating-point support
  • Thread local storage support

ILE C++ — Thread local storage support
 
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Key prerequisites

For details, refer to the Hardware requirements and Software requirements section.
 
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Planned availability date

March 21, 2008

For ordering, contact:

Your IBM representative, an IBM Business Partner, or IBM Americas Call Centers at 800-IBM-CALL (Reference: AE001).
 
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Description

IBM continues to focus on the RPG IV compiler for ILE RPG.

ILE RPG V6R1 enhancements

  • Ability to run concurrently in multiple threads: When THREAD(*CONCURRENT) is specified on the Control specification of a module.
    • Multiple threads can run in the module at the same time.
    • By default, static variables will be defined so that each thread will have its own copy of the static variable.
    • Individual variables can be defined to be shared by all threads using STATIC(*ALLTHREAD).
    • Individual procedures can be serialized so that only one thread can run them at one time, by specifying SERIALIZE on the Procedure-Begin specification.
  • Ability to define a main procedure which does not use the RPG cycle: Using the MAIN keyword on the Control specification, a subprocedure can be identified as the program entry procedure. This allows an RPG application to be developed where none of the modules uses the RPG cycle, and allows an RPG program to be called recursively.
  • Files defined in subprocedures: Files can be defined locally in subprocedures. By default, the storage associated with local files is automatic; the file is closed when the subprocedure returns. The STATIC keyword can be used to indicate that the storage associated with the file is static, so that all invocations of the subprocedure will use the same file, and if the file is open when the subprocedure returns, it will remain open for the next call to the subprocedure.
  • Qualified record formats: When a file is defined with the QUALIFIED keyword, the record formats are qualified by the file name, MYFILE.MYFMT. I/O is done through data structures.
  • Files that can be defined like other files: Using the LIKEFILE keyword, a file can be defined to use the same settings as another File specification, which is important when passing a file as a parameter. I/O to the new file is done through data structures.
  • Files passed as parameters: A prototyped parameter can be defined as a File parameter using the LIKEFILE keyword. Any file that is related through the same LIKEFILE definition may be passed as a parameter to the procedure. Within the called procedure or program, all supported operations can be done on the file; I/O is done through data structures.
  • EXTDESC keyword and EXTFILE(*EXTDESC): The EXTDESC keyword identifies the file to be used by the compiler at compile time to obtain the external description of the file; the filename is specified as a literal in one of the forms 'LIBNAME/FILENAME' or 'FILENAME'. This removes the need to provide a compile-time override for the file. The EXTFILE keyword is enhanced to allow the special value *EXTDESC, indicating that the file specified by EXTDESC is also to be used at runtime.
  • EXTNAME('LIBRARY/FILE'): The EXTNAME keyword is enhanced to allow a literal to specify the library for the external file. EXTNAME('LIBNAME/FILENAME') or EXTNAME('FILENAME') are supported. This removes the need to provide a compile-time override for the file.
  • EXFMT with a result data structure: The EXFMT operation is enhanced to allow a data structure to be specified in the result field. The data structure must be defined with usage type*ALL, either as an externally-described data structure for the record format, EXTNAME(file: fmt:*ALL), or using LIKEREC of the record format, LIKEREC(fmt:*ALL).
  • Larger limits for character, UCS-2 and graphic variables, and data structures include:
    • Data structures can have a size up to 16,773,104.
    • Character definitions can have a length up to 16,773,104. (The limit is 4 less for variable length character definitions.)
    • UCS-2 definitions can have a length up to 8,386,552 UCS-2 characters. (The limit is 2 less for variable length UCS-2 definitions.)
    • Graphic definitions can have a length up to 8,386,552 DBCS characters. (The limit is 2 less for variable length graphic definitions.)
    • The VARYING keyword allows a parameter of either 2 or 4 indicating the number of bytes used to hold the length prefix.
  • %ADDR(varying : *DATA): The %ADDR built-in function is enhanced to allow *DATA as the second parameter to obtain the address of the data part of a variable length field.
  • Larger limit for DIM and OCCURS: An array or multiple-occurrence data structure can have up to 16,773,104 elements, provided that the total size is not greater than 16,773,104.
  • Larger limits for character, UCS-2 and graphic literals:
    • Character literals can now have a length up to 16,380 characters.
    • UCS-2 literals can now have a length up to 8,190 UCS-2 characters.
    • Graphic literals can now have a length up to 16,379 double-byte character set(DBCS) characters.
  • TEMPLATE keyword for files and definitions: The TEMPLATE keyword can be coded for file and variable definitions to indicate that the name will only be used with the LIKEFILE, LIKE, or LIKEDS keyword to define other files or variables. Template definitions are useful when defining types for prototyped calls, since the compiler only uses them at compile time to help define other files and variables, and does not generate any code related to them. Template data structures can have the INZ keyword coded for the data structure and its subfields, which will ease the use of INZ(*LIKEDS).
  • Relaxation of some UCS-2 rules: The compiler will perform some implicit conversion between character, UCS-2 and graphic values, making it unnecessary to code %CHAR, %UCS2 or %GRAPH in many cases. This enhancement is also available through PTFs for V5R3 and V5R4. Implicit conversion is now supported for:
    • Assignment using EVAL and EVALR
    • Comparison operations in expressions
    • Comparison using fixed form operations IFxx, DOUxx, DOWxx, WHxx, CASxx, CABxx, and COMP

    Note: Implicit conversion was already supported for the conversion operations MOVE and MOVEL. UCS-2 variables can now be initialized with character or graphic literals without using the %UCS2 built-in function.

  • Elimination of unused variables from the compiled object: New values *UNREF and *NOUNREF are added to the OPTION keyword for the CRTBNDRPG and CRTRPGMOD commands, and for the OPTION keyword on the Control specification. The default is *UNREF. *NOUNREF indicates that unreferenced variables should not be generated into the RPG module. This can reduce program size, and if imported variables are not referenced, it can reduce the time taken to bind a module to a program or service program.
  • PCML stored in the module: Program Call Markup Language (PCML) can now be stored in the module as well as in a stream file. By using combinations of the PGMINFO command parameter and/or the new PGMINFO keyword for the Control specification, the RPG programmer can choose where the PCML information should go. If the PCML information is placed in the module, it can later be retrieved using the QBNRPII API. This enhancement is also available through PTFs for V5R4, but only through the Control specification keyword.

The focus of the COBOL enhancements is to address customer requirements and language consistency between platform.

ILE Cobol V6R1 enhancements

  • National UCS-2 CCSID support: The NTLCCSID parameter is added to the CRTCBLMOD and CRTBNDCBL commands, and to the PROCESS statement, to allow you to specify the UCS-2 CCSID to be used for National data items. With this parameter you can specify a CCSID other than the default 13488, such as CCSID 1200, to be used for National items. This enhancement is also available through PTFs for V5R3 and V5R4.
  • Debugging complex OCCURS DEPENDING ON arrays: The system debugger and the client debugger now debugs complex OCCURS DEPENDING ON (ODO) arrays.
  • Improved support for large programs: The compiler is enhanced so that larger programs and programs containing a very large number of data items can now be compiled (subject to system limitations). This enhancement is also available through PTFs for V5R3 and V5R4.
  • PCML stored in the module: Program Call Markup Language (PCML) can now be stored in the module as well as in a stream file. By using combinations of the PGMINFO command parameter and/or the new PGMINFO option for the PROCESS statement, the COBOL programmer can choose where the PCML information should go. If the PCML information is placed in the module, it can later be retrieved using the QBNRPII API. This enhancement is also available through PTFs for V5R4, but only through the PROCESS statement.

ILE C V6R1 enhancements

  • Decimal floating-point support
    • Allows floating-point computations to be performed using decimal arithmetic (base 10)
    • Avoids potential rounding errors converting binary floating-point data to/from human readable formats
    • Conforms to the proposed decimal formats and arithmetic described in the IEEE 754 draft
    • Includes support emulated on POWER5™ processors; supported directly in hardware on POWER6™ processors
    • Adds support to ILE C compiler and runtime, based on Draft Technical Report 24732 submitted to the ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22/WG14 — Programming Language C committee
    • New data types
      • _Decimal32, 4 bytes, 7 digits precision, -95/+96 exponent
      • _Decimal64, 8 bytes, 16 digits precision, -383/+384 exponent
      • _Decimal128, 16 bytes, 34 digits precision, -6143/+6144 exponent
    • Includes new decimal floating-point literals: 1.0df, 1.0dd, and 1.0dl
    • Converts to/from integers, binary floating-point, packed decimal types
    • Includes DECFLTRND option on C compiler commands (CRTCMOD, CRTBNDC) to control compile-time decimal floating-point rounding mode
    • Includes new length modifiers for scanf/printf family of functions
      • printf("dfp32 value = %HE\n", dfp32)
      • printf("dfp64 value = %DE\n", dfp64)
      • printf("dfp128 value = %DDE\n", dfp128)
    • Includes new strtod32, strtod64, strtod128 APIs defined
    • Includes new decimal floating-point macros in float.h and math.h : DEC32_MIN, DEC32_MAX, DEC_INFINITY, DEC_NAN, and so on
  • Thread local storage support
    • Includes language level support of thread local variables
    • Includes similar support to that provided by the POSIX pthread_getspecific and pthread_setspecific APIs, except easier to use and faster, since the support is integrated into the operating system and the language
    • Makes threaded programming in i5/OS easier by providing a simple method for restricting access to a variable to a single thread.
    • Adds support to ILE C compiler and ILE C++ compiler
    • Includes any variable declared with static storage duration can be changed to a thread local variable. This includes global variables and static local variables. Automatic variables cannot be declared as thread local variables.
    • Includes ability to declare a thread local variable by adding the __thread storage specifier to the declaration of the variable. The following example contains two thread local variables:

                 __thread int tl_global = 0;
                 int threadfunc(void) {
                   static __thread int tl_static_auto = 0;
                   ...
                  }

ILE C++ V6R1 enhancements

  • Thread local storage support
    • Includes language level support of thread local variables
    • Includes similar support to that provided by the POSIX pthread_getspecific and pthread_setspecific APIs, except easier to use and faster, since the support is integrated into the operating system and the language
    • Makes threaded programming in i5/OS easier by providing a simple method for restricting access to a variable to a single thread.
    • Adds support to ILE C compiler and ILE C++ compiler
    • Includes any variable declared with static storage duration can be changed to a thread local variable. This includes global variables, static local variables, and static class members in C++. Automatic variables and non-static class member variables cannot be declared as thread local variables.
    • Includes the ability to declare a thread local variable by adding the __thread storage specifier to the declaration of the variable. The following example contains two thread local variables:

                 __thread int tl_global = 0;
                 int threadfunc(void) {
                   static __thread int tl_static_auto = 0;
                   ...
                 }

Accessibility by people with disabilities

A U.S. Section 508 Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) containing details on accessibility compliance can be requested at

Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act

IBM WebSphere Development Studio for System i V6R1 is capable as of March 21, 2008, when used in accordance with associated IBM documentation, of satisfying the applicable requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, provided that any assistive technology used with the product properly interoperates with it. A US Section 508 Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) can be requested via the IBM Web site at


 
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Statement of direction

WebSphere Development Studio Client for System i, as well as the non-ILE System i compilers and Application Development ToolSet components in WebSphere Development Studio for System i are stabilized. That means IBM will no longer add any new enhancements to these components. Our future investment will focus on our strategic ILE compilers and Eclipse-based application development tools. IBM recommends that customers use the ILE set of compilers. For workstation tools, IBM recommends that customers use the IBM Rational® Developer for System i product.

All statements regarding IBM's plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice.
 
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Reference information

Refer to 208-016 , dated January 29, 2008 (IBM Rational Developer for System i V7.1).

Business Partner information

If you are a Direct Reseller - System Reseller acquiring products from IBM, you may link directly to Business Partner information for this announcement. A PartnerWorld ID and password are required (use IBM ID).

BP Attachment for Announcement Letter 208-013

Trademarks

 
System i, i5/OS, POWER5, and POWER6 are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
WebSphere, Integrated Language Environment, RPG/400, and Rational are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.

 
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Offering Information

Product information is available via the Offering Information Web site


 
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Publications

No publications are shipped with this program.

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Technical information

Hardware requirements

IBM System i™ models 515, 520, 525, 550, 570, 595, 800, 810, 825, 870, 890, and MMA.

Also supported on Blades model 7998-61X.

Memory and disk space

    Option                           Auxiliary storage
 
    Base                               33 MB
 
    Option 60 Workstation Tools         2 MB
 
    ILE compilers
 
      ILE RPG                          13 MB
      ILE RPG *PRV Compiler            24 MB
      ILE COBOL                        25 MB
      ILE COBOL *PRV Compiler          42 MB
      ILE C                            76 MB
      ILE C++                          56 MB
      IXLC for C/C++                   .5 MB
 
                                      The C++ compiler
                                      requires a machine
                                      capable of running
                                      i5/OS™ PASE (option 33
                                      of i5/OS).
 
    Heritage compilers
 
      S/36 Compatible RPG II            7 MB
      S/38 Compatible RPG III           4 MB
      RPG/400(R)                        5 MB
      S/36 Compatible COBOL             6 MB
      S/38 Compatible COBOL             5 MB
      OPM COBOL                         7 MB
 
    Application Development ToolSet    21 MB

Software requirements

  • WebSphere® Development Studio for System i V6R1 requires i5/OS V6R1 (5761-SS1).
  • The C and C++ compilers require "Openness Includes" (option 13 of 5761-SS1). Installing "Openness Includes" is optional for RPG and COBOL. The C++ compiler requires i5/OS PASE (option 33 of 5761-SS1). To use the ixlc shell command, the Qshell interpreter (option 30 of 5761-SS1) must be installed.
  • Some components will need additional PTFs. The PTF information is available at

Planning information

Packaging: The program is available on DVD. This program, when downloaded from a Web site, contains the applicable IBM license agreement, and License Information, if appropriate, and will be presented for acceptance at the time of installation of the program. For future reference, the license and License Information will be stored in a directory such as LICENSE.TXT.

Security, auditability, and control

IBM WebSphere Development Studio for System i V6R1 uses the security and auditability features of the i5/OS operating system.

The customer is responsible for evaluation, selection, and implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and appropriate controls in application systems and communication facilities.

Software Services

IBM Software Services has the breadth, depth, and reach to manage your services needs. You can leverage the deep technical skills of our lab-based, software services team and the business consulting, project management, and infrastructure expertise of our IBM Global Services team. Also, we extend our IBM Software Services reach through IBM Business Partners to provide an unmatched portfolio of capabilities. Together, we provide the global reach, intellectual capital, industry insight, and technology leadership to support any critical business need.

To learn more about IBM Software Services or to contact a Software Services sales specialist, visit


 
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Ordering information

Charge metric

Program name               PID number      Charge metric
 
WebSphere Development      5761-WDS        Processor-based and Per
 Studio for System i                        named user

The pricing structure for WebSphere Development Studio for System i (5761-WDS) is based on the processor group (also known as software machine group or software tier) of the machine on which the program is used and on the number of named users of the program. Each license entitlement contains the processor group and the user quantity. Additional users entitlements may be purchased as needed.

A user of WebSphere Development Studio for System i (5761-WDS) is defined as a named user who is capable of executing the program.

The customer has the option to order any or all of the three WebSphere Development Studio for System i features separately. Each feature is priced differently.

Initial new orders

Customers who acquire a new license are charged a processor price. In addition, the customers are charged for a fixed number of minimum named users. The processor price and the number of minimum users are different for each processor group. The following table shows the number of user quantity in each processor group for initial orders. Additional users may be purchased as needed at the full user price.

                   Minimum named user quantity
Processor group    for initial orders
 
P05                  1
P10                  3
P20                  4
P30                 10
P40                 15
P50                 20
P60                 25

Group-to-group upgrade orders

Customers upgrading from a lower processor group to a higher processor group are charged an upgrade price. In addition, customers are charged for the additional user quantity to get to the minimum user quantity at the processor level that they are upgrading to. If the total number of user quantity purchased before the upgrade has exceeded that minimum user quantity at the processor level customers are upgrading to, IBM will honor their existing entitlement. If customers want to downgrade to a lower processor group, no credits are allowed. Additional users may be purchased as needed at the full user price.

Version-to-version upgrade orders

Entitled customers with an active System i SW Maintenance or SW subscription contract can upgrade to the features of WebSphere Development Studio for System i (5761-WDS) according to the functions that they have previously purchased. If they upgrade to V6R1, they can obtain entitlement to a number of named users. The following table shows the number of entitled user quantity in each processor group for version-to-version upgrade orders. Additional users may be purchased as needed at the full user price.

                   Entitled named user quantity for
Processor group    version-to-version upgrade orders
 
P05                 10
P10                 15
P20                 25
P30                 40
P40                 60
P50                 80
P60                100

Entitled customers can still optionally order WebSphere Development Studio Client for System i V7.0 in V6R1. The 5761-WDS no-charge feature to place the order is 2658.

The following products can upgrade to the 5761-WDS ILE compilers feature:

  • 5769-WDS.
  • 5722-WDS.
  • 5769-CX2.
  • 5769-CX5.
  • 5769-RG1.
  • 5769-CB1.
  • 5799-GPC (priced upgrade).
  • 5799-GPB (priced upgrade).
  • 5799-GTJ (priced upgrade) — This prpq can upgrade to only one of the three 5761-WDS price features.
  • 5799-GPC, 5799-GPB and 5799-GTJ upgrades — Charged a discounted processor price. In addition, they are charged for a fixed number of minimum named users. The minimum user quantity charged is the same as in the initial orders. Additional users may be purchased as needed.

The following products can upgrade to the 5761-WDS Heritage compilers feature:

  • 5769-WDS.
  • 5722-WDS.
  • 5769-CX2.
  • 5769-CX5.
  • 5769-RG1.
  • 5769-CB1.
  • 5799-GPB (priced upgrade).
  • 5799-GTJ (priced upgrade) — This prpq can upgrade to only one of the three 5761-WDS price features.
  • 5799-GPB and 5799-GTJ upgrades — Charged a discounted processor price. In addition, they are charged for a fixed number of minimum named users. The minimum user quantity charged is the same as in the initial orders. Additional users may be purchased as needed.

The following products can upgrade to the 5761-WDS Application Development ToolSet (ADTS) feature:

  • 5769-WDS.
  • 5722-WDS.
  • 5769-PW1.
  • 5769-CL3.
  • 5799-GPB (priced upgrade).
  • 5799-GTJ (priced upgrade) — This prpq can upgrade to only one of the three 5761-WDS price features.
  • 5799-GPB and 5799-GTJ upgrades — Charged a discounted processor price. In addition, they are charged for a fixed number of minimum named users. The minimum user quantity charged is the same as in the initial orders. Additional users may be purchased as needed.

The ILE compilers feature is included with some System i hardware editions. These customers are charged a discounted processor price. In addition, they are charged for a fixed number of minimum named users. The minimum user quantity charged is the same as in the initial orders. Additional users may be purchased as needed.

WebSphere Development for System i — Base feature

Charge features

Initial order

5761-WDS Base feature                                       OTC
 
Base feature                                                1482
 

Supply features

 
V6R1 5761-WDS Base feature                                  5819
 

Other features

 
ePOE Upg Reg User Base feature                              2001

WebSphere Development for System i — ILE Compilers feature

Charge features

Initial order

5761-WDS ILE Compilers feature                              OTC
 
P05 ILE Compilers feature                                   1568
P10 ILE Compilers feature                                   1569
P20 ILE Compilers feature                                   1571
P30 ILE Compilers feature                                   1574
P40 ILE Compilers feature                                   1578
P50 ILE Compilers feature                                   1583
P60 ILE Compilers feature                                   1589
Obtained with HW P05 ILE Compilers feature                  1596
Obtained with HW P10 ILE Compilers feature                  1597
 
Obtained with HW P20 ILE Compilers feature                  1599
Per User OTC ILE Compilers feature                          1602

Upgrade order

From: 5769-WDS  To: 5761-WDS ILE Compilers feature          OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1541
P10 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1542
P20 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1543
P30 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1701
P40 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1702
P50 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1703
P60 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1704
Per User Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ILE Compilers feature          1762
 
From: 5769-CX2  To: 5761-WDS ILE Compilers feature          OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to ILE Compilers feature               1544
P10 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to ILE Compilers feature               1545
P20 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to ILE Compilers feature               1546
P30 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to ILE Compilers feature               1705
P40 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to ILE Compilers feature               1706
P50 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to ILE Compilers feature               1707
P60 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to ILE Compilers feature               1708
Per User Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to ILE Compilers feature          1759
 
From: 5722-WDS  To: 5761-WDS ILE Compilers feature          OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1547
P10 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1548
P20 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1549
P30 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1709
P40 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1710
P50 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1711
P60 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ILE Compilers feature               1712
Per User Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ILE Compilers feature          1757
 
From: 5799-GPC  To: 5761-WDS ILE Compilers feature          OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5799-GPC to ILE Compilers feature               1550
P10 Upg OTC 5799-GPC to ILE Compilers feature               1551
P20 Upg OTC 5799-GPC to ILE Compilers feature               1552
P30 Upg OTC 5799-GPC to ILE Compilers feature               1713
P40 Upg OTC 5799-GPC to ILE Compilers feature               1714
P50 Upg OTC 5799-GPC to ILE Compilers feature               1715
P60 Upg OTC 5799-GPC to ILE Compilers feature               1716
 
From: 5769-RG1  To: 5761-WDS ILE Compilers feature          OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to ILE Compilers feature               1553
P10 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to ILE Compilers feature               1554
P20 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to ILE Compilers feature               1555
P30 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to ILE Compilers feature               1717
P40 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to ILE Compilers feature               1718
P50 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to ILE Compilers feature               1719
P60 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to ILE Compilers feature               1720
Per User Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to ILE Compilers feature          1761
 
From: 5769-CB1  To: 5761-WDS ILE Compilers feature          OTC
 
 
P05 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to ILE Compilers feature               1556
P10 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to ILE Compilers feature               1557
P20 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to ILE Compilers feature               1558
P30 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to ILE Compilers feature               1721
P40 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to ILE Compilers feature               1722
P50 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to ILE Compilers feature               1723
P60 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to ILE Compilers feature               1724
Per User Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to ILE Compilers feature          1758
 
From: 5769-CX5  To: 5761-WDS ILE Compilers feature          OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to ILE Compilers feature               1559
P10 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to ILE Compilers feature               1560
P20 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to ILE Compilers feature               1561
P30 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to ILE Compilers feature               1725
P40 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to ILE Compilers feature               1726
P50 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to ILE Compilers feature               1727
P60 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to ILE Compilers feature               1728
Per User Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to ILE Compilers feature          1760
 
From: 5799-GTJ  To: 5761-WDS ILE Compilers feature          OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ILE Compilers feature               1562
P10 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ILE Compilers feature               1563
P20 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ILE Compilers feature               1564
P30 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ILE Compilers feature               1729
P40 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ILE Compilers feature               1730
P50 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ILE Compilers feature               1731
P60 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ILE Compilers feature               1732
 
From: 5799-GPB  To: 5761-WDS ILE Compilers feature          OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ILE Compilers feature               1565
P10 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ILE Compilers feature               1566
P20 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ILE Compilers feature               1567
P30 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ILE Compilers feature               1733
P40 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ILE Compilers feature               1734
P50 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ILE Compilers feature               1735
P60 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ILE Compilers feature               1736

Group-to-group upgrades

Upgrade description                                         OTC
 
P05-P10 ILE Compilers feature                               1570
P05-P20 ILE Compilers feature                               1572
P05-P30 ILE Compilers feature                               1575
P05-P40 ILE Compilers feature                               1579
P05-P50 ILE Compilers feature                               1584
P05-P60 ILE Compilers feature                               1590
P10-P20 ILE Compilers feature                               1573
P10-P30 ILE Compilers feature                               1576
P10-P40 ILE Compilers feature                               1580
P10-P50 ILE Compilers feature                               1585
P10-P60 ILE Compilers feature                               1591
P20-P30 ILE Compilers feature                               1577
P20-P40 ILE Compilers feature                               1581
P20-P50 ILE Compilers feature                               1586
P20-P60 ILE Compilers feature                               1592
P30-P40 ILE Compilers feature                               1582
P30-P50 ILE Compilers feature                               1587
P30-P60 ILE Compilers feature                               1593
P40-P50 ILE Compilers feature                               1588
P40-P60 ILE Compilers feature                               1594
P50-P60 ILE Compilers feature                               1595
w/HW P05 -- P10 ILE Compilers feature                       1598
w/HW P05 -- P20 ILE Compilers feature                       1600
w/HW P10 -- P20 ILE Compilers feature                       1601
 

Supply features

 
V6R1 5761-WDS ILE Compilers feature                         5911
 

Other features

 
ePOE Upg Reg User ILE Compilers feature                     2101
ePOE Upg Reg P05  ILE Compilers feature                     2105
ePOE Upg Reg P10  ILE Compilers feature                     2110
ePOE Upg Reg P20  ILE Compilers feature                     2120
ePOE Upg Reg P30  ILE Compilers feature                     2130
ePOE Upg Reg P40  ILE Compilers feature                     2140
ePOE Upg Reg P50  ILE Compilers feature                     2150
ePOE Upg Reg P60  ILE Compilers feature                     2160

WebSphere Development for System i — Heritage Compilers feature

Charge features

Initial order

5761-WDS Heritage Compilers feature                         OTC
 
P05 Heritage Compilers feature                              1483
P10 Heritage Compilers feature                              1484
P20 Heritage Compilers feature                              1486
P30 Heritage Compilers feature                              1489
P40 Heritage Compilers feature                              1493
P50 Heritage Compilers feature                              1498
P60 Heritage Compilers feature                              1504
Per User OTC Heritage Compilers feature                     1511

Upgrade order

From: 5769-WDS  To: 5761-WDS Heritage Compilers feature     OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1652
P10 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1653
P20 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1654
P30 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1655
P40 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1656
P50 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1657
P60 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1658
Per User Upg OTC 5769-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature     1756
 
From: 5769-CX2  To: 5761-WDS Heritage Compilers feature     OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to Heritage Compilers feature          1617
P10 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to Heritage Compilers feature          1618
P20 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to Heritage Compilers feature          1619
P30 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to Heritage Compilers feature          1620
P40 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to Heritage Compilers feature          1621
P50 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to Heritage Compilers feature          1622
P60 Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to Heritage Compilers feature          1623
Per User Upg OTC 5769-CX2 to Heritage Compilers feature     1753
 
From: 5722-WDS  To: 5761-WDS Heritage Compilers feature     OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1624
P10 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1625
P20 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1626
P30 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1627
P40 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1628
P50 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1629
P60 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature          1630
Per user Upg OTC 5722-WDS to Heritage Compilers feature     1751
 
From: 5769-RG1  To: 5761-WDS Heritage Compilers feature     OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1631
P10 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1632
P20 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1633
P30 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1634
P40 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1635
P50 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1636
P60 Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1637
Per User Upg OTC 5769-RG1 to Heritage Compilers feature     1755
 
From: 5769-CB1  To: 5761-WDS Heritage Compilers feature     OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1645
P10 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1646
P20 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1647
P30 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1648
P40 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1649
P50 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1650
P60 Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to Heritage Compilers feature          1651
Per User Upg OTC 5769-CB1 to Heritage Compilers feature     1752
 
From: 5769-CX5  To: 5761-WDS Heritage Compilers feature     OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to Heritage Compilers feature          1610
P10 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to Heritage Compilers feature          1611
P20 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to Heritage Compilers feature          1612
P30 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to Heritage Compilers feature          1613
P40 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to Heritage Compilers feature          1614
P50 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to Heritage Compilers feature          1615
P60 Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to Heritage Compilers feature          1616
Per User Upg OTC 5769-CX5 to Heritage Compilers feature     1754
 
From: 5799-GTJ  To: 5761-WDS Heritage Compilers feature     OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to Heritage Compilers feature          1603
P10 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to Heritage Compilers feature          1604
P20 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to Heritage Compilers feature          1605
P30 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to Heritage Compilers feature          1606
P40 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to Heritage Compilers feature          1607
P50 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to Heritage Compilers feature          1608
P60 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to Heritage Compilers feature          1609
 
From: 5799-GPB  To: 5761-WDS Heritage Compilers feature     OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to Heritage Compilers feature          1638
P10 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to Heritage Compilers feature          1639
P20 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to Heritage Compilers feature          1640
P30 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to Heritage Compilers feature          1641
P40 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to Heritage Compilers feature          1642
P50 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to Heritage Compilers feature          1643
P60 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to Heritage Compilers feature          1644

Group-to-group upgrades

Upgrade description                                         OTC
 
P05-P10 Heritage Compilers feature                          1485
P05-P20 Heritage Compilers feature                          1487
P05-P30 Heritage Compilers feature                          1490
P05-P40 Heritage Compilers feature                          1494
P05-P50 Heritage Compilers feature                          1499
P05-P60 Heritage Compilers feature                          1505
P10-P20 Heritage Compilers feature                          1488
P10-P30 Heritage Compilers feature                          1491
P10-P40 Heritage Compilers feature                          1495
P10-P50 Heritage Compilers feature                          1500
P10-P60 Heritage Compilers feature                          1506
P20-P30 Heritage Compilers feature                          1492
P20-P40 Heritage Compilers feature                          1496
P20-P50 Heritage Compilers feature                          1501
P20-P60 Heritage Compilers feature                          1507
P30-P40 Heritage Compilers feature                          1497
P30-P50 Heritage Compilers feature                          1502
P30-P60 Heritage Compilers feature                          1508
P40-P50 Heritage Compilers feature                          1503
P40-P60 Heritage Compilers feature                          1509
P50-P60 Heritage Compilers feature                          1510
 

Supply features

 
V6R1 5761-WDS Heritage Compilers feature                    5912
 

Other features

 
ePOE Upg Reg User Heritage Compilers feature                2201
ePOE Upg Reg P05  Heritage Compilers feature                2205
ePOE Upg Reg P10  Heritage Compilers feature                2210
ePOE Upg Reg P20  Heritage Compilers feature                2220
ePOE Upg Reg P30  Heritage Compilers feature                2230
ePOE Upg Reg P40  Heritage Compilers feature                2240
ePOE Upg Reg P50  Heritage Compilers feature                2250
ePOE Upg Reg P60  Heritage Compilers feature                2260

WebSphere Development for System i — ADTS feature

Charge features

Initial order

5761-WDS ADTS feature                                       OTC
 
P05 ADTS feature                                            1512
P10 ADTS feature                                            1513
P20 ADTS feature                                            1515
P30 ADTS feature                                            1518
P40 ADTS feature                                            1522
P50 ADTS feature                                            1527
P60 ADTS feature                                            1533
Per User OTC ADTS feature                                   1540
 

Upgrade order

 
From: 5769-WDS  To: 5761-WDS ADTS feature                   OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ADTS feature                        1694
P10 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ADTS feature                        1695
P20 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ADTS feature                        1696
P30 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ADTS feature                        1697
P40 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ADTS feature                        1698
P50 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ADTS feature                        1699
P60 Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ADTS feature                        1700
Per User Upg OTC 5769-WDS to ADTS feature                   1750
 
From: 5722-WDS  To: 5761-WDS ADTS feature                   OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ADTS feature                        1680
P10 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ADTS feature                        1681
P20 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ADTS feature                        1682
P30 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ADTS feature                        1683
P40 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ADTS feature                        1684
P50 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ADTS feature                        1685
P60 Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ADTS feature                        1686
Per User Upg OTC 5722-WDS to ADTS feature                   1747
 
From: 5799-GTJ  To: 5761-WDS ADTS feature                   OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ADTS feature                        1673
P10 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ADTS feature                        1674
P20 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ADTS feature                        1675
P30 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ADTS feature                        1676
P40 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ADTS feature                        1677
P50 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ADTS feature                        1678
P60 Upg OTC 5799-GTJ to ADTS feature                        1679
 
From: 5799-GPB  To: 5761-WDS ADTS feature                   OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ADTS feature                        1666
P10 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ADTS feature                        1667
P20 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ADTS feature                        1668
P30 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ADTS feature                        1669
P40 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ADTS feature                        1670
P50 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ADTS feature                        1671
P60 Upg OTC 5799-GPB to ADTS feature                        1672
 
From: 5769-CL3  To: 5761-WDS ADTS feature                   OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5769-CL3 to ADTS feature                        1659
P10 Upg OTC 5769-CL3 to ADTS feature                        1660
P20 Upg OTC 5769-CL3 to ADTS feature                        1661
P30 Upg OTC 5769-CL3 to ADTS feature                        1662
P40 Upg OTC 5769-CL3 to ADTS feature                        1663
P50 Upg OTC 5769-CL3 to ADTS feature                        1664
P60 Upg OTC 5769-CL3 to ADTS feature                        1665
Per User Upg OTC 5769-CL3 to ADTS feature                   1748
 
From: 5769-PW1  To: 5761-WDS ADTS feature                   OTC
 
P05 Upg OTC 5769-PW1 to ADTS feature                        1687
P10 Upg OTC 5769-PW1 to ADTS feature                        1688
P20 Upg OTC 5769-PW1 to ADTS feature                        1689
P30 Upg OTC 5769-PW1 to ADTS feature                        1690
P40 Upg OTC 5769-PW1 to ADTS feature                        1691
P50 Upg OTC 5769-PW1 to ADTS feature                        1692
P60 Upg OTC 5769-PW1 to ADTS feature                        1693
Per User Upg OTC 5769-PW1 to ADTS feature                   1749
 

Group-to-group upgrades

 
Upgrade description                                         OTC
 
P05-P10 ADTS feature                                        1514
P05-P20 ADTS feature                                        1516
P05-P30 ADTS feature                                        1519
P05-P40 ADTS feature                                        1523
P05-P50 ADTS feature                                        1528
P05-P60 ADTS feature                                        1534
P10-P20 ADTS feature                                        1517
P10-P30 ADTS feature                                        1520
P10-P40 ADTS feature                                        1524
P10-P50 ADTS feature                                        1529
P10-P60 ADTS feature                                        1535
P20-P30 ADTS feature                                        1521
P20-P40 ADTS feature                                        1525
P20-P50 ADTS feature                                        1530
P20-P60 ADTS feature                                        1536
P30-P40 ADTS feature                                        1526
P30-P50 ADTS feature                                        1531
P30-P60 ADTS feature                                        1537
P40-P50 ADTS feature                                        1532
P40-P60 ADTS feature                                        1538
P50-P60 ADTS feature                                        1539
 

Supply features

 
V6R1 5761-WDS ADTS feature                                  5913
 

Other features

 
ePOE Upg Reg User ADTS feature                              2301
ePOE Upg Reg P05  ADTS feature                              2305
ePOE Upg Reg P10  ADTS feature                              2310
ePOE Upg Reg P20  ADTS feature                              2320
ePOE Upg Reg P30  ADTS feature                              2330
ePOE Upg Reg P40  ADTS feature                              2340
ePOE Upg Reg P50  ADTS feature                              2350
ePOE Upg Reg P60  ADTS feature                              2360

Other chargeable features

Special delivery features

                                                            Feature
                                                            number
 
Expedite -- Customer Expense                                3446

No-charge features

                                                            Feature
                                                            number
 
5761-WDS -- WDSC V7.0 supply feature                        2658
 (not available for initial new orders)
 

Special delivery features

 
Electronic SW Delivery                                      3450
 
Ship Media Only                                             3470
Ship Documentation Only                                     3471

Language features

  English U/L SBCS Primary                                  2924
  English U/C DBCS Primary                                  2938
  English U/L DBCS Primary                                  2984

Manufacturing features

  LPAR System Indicator                                     3441

Other features

  SW Key 1st MT Digit V6                                    4001
  SW Key 2nd MT Digit V6                                    4002
  SW Key 3rd MT Digit V6                                    4003
  SW Key 4th MT Digit V6                                    4004
  SW Key 1st CPU Digit V6                                   4005
  SW Key 2nd CPU Digit V6                                   4006
  SW Key 3rd CPU Digit V6                                   4007
  SW Key 4th CPU Digit V6                                   4008
  SW Key 5th CPU Digit V6                                   4009
  SW Key 6th CPU Digit V6                                   4010
  SW Key 7th CPU Digit V6                                   4011
 
 5372-IS5 Software preload support
 
  ILE Compilers (5761-WDS)                                  1550
  Heritage Compilers (5761-WDS)                             1551
  ADTS (5761-WDS)                                           1552
 
 5733-ITL Temporary license for System i
 
  ILE Compilers (5761-WDS)                                  5902
  Heritage Compilers (5761-WDS)                             5903
  ADTS (5761-WDS)                                           5904
 
 5733-NKY i5/OS remove key and ePOEs
 
  ILE Compilers -- Processor (5761-WDS)                     2648
  ILE Compilers -- User (5761-WDS)                          2652
  Heritage Compilers -- Processor (5761-WDS)                2649
  Heritage Compilers -- User (5761-WDS)                     2653
  ADTS -- Processor (5761-WDS)                              2650
  ADTS -- User (5761-WDS)                                   2654

This software license includes Software Maintenance, previously referred to as Software Subscription and Technical Support.
 
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Terms and conditions

The information provided in this announcement letter is for reference and convenience purposes only. The terms and conditions that govern any transaction with IBM are contained in the applicable contract documents such as the IBM International Program License Agreement, IBM International Passport Advantage® Agreement, and the IBM Agreement for Acquisition of Software Maintenance.

Licensing: IBM International Program License Agreement including the License Information (LI) document and Proof of Entitlement (PoE) govern your use of the program. PoEs are required for all authorized use.

This software license includes Software Maintenance, previously referred to as Software Subscription and Technical Support.

Agreement for Acquisition of Software Maintenance: The IBM Agreement for Acquisition of Software Maintenance (Z125-6011) agreement applies for maintenance and does not require customer signatures.

Limited warranty: Yes

Limited warranty: IBM warrants that when the program is used in the specified operating environment, it will conform to its specifications. The warranty applies only to the unmodified portion of the program. IBM does not warrant uninterrupted or error-free operation of the program or that IBM will correct all program defects. You are responsible for the results obtained from the use of the program.

IBM provides you with access to IBM databases containing information on known program defects, defect corrections, restrictions, and bypasses at no additional charge. Consult the IBM Software Support Guide for further information at

IBM will maintain this information for at least one year after the original licensee acquires the program (warranty period).

Program technical support: Technical support of a program product will be available for a minimum of three years from the general availability date, as long as your Software Maintenance is in effect. This technical support allows you to obtain assistance (via telephone or electronic means) from IBM for product-specific, task-oriented questions regarding the installation and operation of the program product. Software Maintenance also provides you with access to updates, releases, and versions of the program. You will be notified, via announcement letter, of discontinuance of support with 12 months' notice. If you require additional technical support from IBM, including an extension of support beyond the discontinuance date, contact your IBM representative or IBM Business Partner. This extension may be available for a fee.

Money-back guarantee: If for any reason you are dissatisfied with the program and you are the original licensee, you may obtain a refund of the amount you paid for it, if within 30 days of your invoice date you return the program and its PoE to the party from whom you obtained it. If you downloaded the program, you may contact the party from whom you acquired it for instructions on how to obtain the refund.

For clarification, note that for programs acquired under any of IBM's On/Off Capacity on Demand (On/Off CoD) software offerings, this term does not apply since these offerings apply to programs already acquired and in use by you.

Authorization for use on home/portable computer: You may not copy and use this program on another computer without paying additional license fees.

Other terms

Volume orders (IVO): Yes. Contact your IBM representative.

Passport Advantage applies: No

Usage restriction: Yes

Software Maintenance applies: Yes. All distributed software licenses include Software Maintenance (Software Subscription and Technical Support) for a period of 12 months from the date of acquisition, providing a streamlined way to acquire IBM software and assure technical support coverage for all licenses. Extending coverage for a total of three years from date of acquisition may be elected.

While your Software Maintenance is in effect, IBM provides you assistance for your routine, short duration installation and usage (how-to) questions, and code-related questions. IBM provides assistance via telephone and, if available, electronic access, only to your information systems (IS) technical support personnel during the normal business hours (published prime shift hours) of your IBM support center. (This assistance is not available to your end users.) IBM provides Severity 1 assistance 24 hours a day, every day of the year. For additional details, consult your IBM Software Support Guide at

Software Maintenance does not include assistance for the design and development of applications, your use of programs in other than their specified operating environment, or failures caused by products for which IBM is not responsible under this agreement.

For more information about the Passport Advantage Agreement, visit the Passport Advantage Web site at

IBM Operational Support Services — SoftwareXcel: No

System i Software Maintenance applies: Yes

Variable charges apply: Yes

Educational allowance available

Yes. A 15% education allowance applies to qualified education institution customers.
 
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IBM Electronic Services

IBM has transformed its delivery of hardware and software support services to help you achieve higher system availability. Electronic Services is a Web-enabled solution that offers an exclusive, no-additional-charge enhancement to the service and support available for IBM servers. These services are designed to provide the opportunity for greater system availability with faster problem resolution and preemptive monitoring. Electronic Services comprises two separate, but complementary, elements: Electronic Services news page and Electronic Services Agent.

The Electronic Services news page is a single Internet entry point that replaces the multiple entry points traditionally used to access IBM Internet services and support. The news page enables you to gain easier access to IBM resources for assistance in resolving technical problems.

The Electronic Service Agent™ is no-additional-charge software that resides on your server. It monitors events and transmits system inventory information to IBM on a periodic, client-defined timetable. The Electronic Service Agent automatically reports hardware problems to IBM. Early knowledge about potential problems enables IBM to deliver proactive service that may result in higher system availability and performance. In addition, information collected through the Service Agent is made available to IBM service support representatives when they help answer your questions or diagnose problems. Installation and use of IBM Electronic Service Agent for problem reporting enables IBM to provide better support and service for your IBM server.

To learn how Electronic Services can work for you, visit


 
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Prices

The prices provided in this announcement are suggested retail prices for the U.S. only and are provided for your information only. Dealer prices may vary, and prices may also vary by country. Prices are subject to change without notice. For additional information and current prices, contact your local IBM representative.

5761-WDS  IBM WEBSP DEVELOPMENT STUDIO
	
FEATURE  DESCRIPTION                     Price
 
WDS     IBM WEBSP DEVELOPMENT STUDIO      N/C
 
1482    BASE FEATURE                     $  0
1483    P05 HERITAGE COMPILER               0
1484    P10 HERITAGE COMPILER               0
1485    P05-P10 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1486    P20 HERITAGE COMPILER               0
1487    P05-P20 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1488    P10-P20 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1489    P30 HERITAGE COMPILER               0
1490    P05-P30 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1491    P10-P30 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1492    P20-P30 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1493    P40 HERITAGE COMPILER               0
1494    P05-P40 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1495    P10-P40 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1496    P20-P40 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1497    P30-P40 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1498    P50 HERITAGE COMPILER               0
1499    P05-P50 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1500    P10-P50 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1501    P20-P50 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1502    P30-P50 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1503    P40-P50 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1504    P60 HERITAGE COMPILER               0
1505    P05-P60 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1506    P10-P60 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1507    P20-P60 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1508    P30-P60 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1509    P40-P60 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1510    P50-P60 HERITAGE COMPILERS          0
1511    PER USER HERITAGE COMPILER      1,295
1512    P05 ADTS                            0
1513    P10 ADTS                            0
1514    P05-P10 ADTS                        0
1515    P20 ADTS                            0
1516    P05-P20 ADTS                        0
1517    P10-P20 ADTS                        0
1518    P30 ADTS                            0
1519    P05-P30 ADTS                        0
1520    P10-P30 ADTS                        0
1521    P20-P30 ADTS                        0
1522    P40 ADTS                            0
1523    P05-P40 ADTS                        0
1524    P10-P40 ADTS                        0
1525    P20-P40 ADTS                        0
1526    P30-P40 ADTS                        0
1527    P50 ADTS                            0
1528    P05-P50 ADTS                        0
1529    P10-P50 ADTS                        0
1530    P20-P50 ADTS                        0
1531    P30-P50 ADTS                        0
1532    P40-P50 ADTS                        0
1533    P60 ADTS                            0
1534    P05-P60 ADTS                        0
1535    P10-P60 ADTS                        0
1536    P20-P60 ADTS                        0
1537    P30-P60 ADTS                        0
1538    P40-P60 ADTS                        0
1539    P50-P60 ADTS                        0
1540    PER USER ADTS                     795
1541    P05 UPG 5769WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1542    P10 UPG 5769WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1543    P20 UPG 5769WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1544    P05 UPG 5769CX2 TO ILE COMP         0
1545    P10 UPG 5769CX2 TO ILE COMP         0
1546    P20 UPG 5769CX2 TO ILE COMP         0
1547    P05 UPG 5722WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1548    P10 UPG 5722WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1549    P20 UPG 5722WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1550    P05 UPG 5799GTC TO ILE COMP         0
1551    P10 UPG 5799GPC TO ILE COMP         0
1552    P20 UPG 5799GPC TO ILE COMP         0
1553    P05 UPG 5769RG1 TO ILE COMP         0
1554    P10 UPG 5769RG1 TO ILE COMP         0
1555    P20 UPG 5769RG1 TO ILE COMP         0
1556    P05 UPG 5769CB1 TO ILE COMP         0
1557    P10 UPG 5769CB1 TO ILE COMP         0
1558    P20 UPG 5769CB1 TO ILE COMP         0
1559    P05 UPG 5769CX5 TO ILE COMP         0
1560    P10 UPG 5769CX5 TO ILE COMP         0
1561    P20 UPG 5769CX5 TO ILE COMP         0
1562    P05 UPG 5799GTJ TO ILE COMP         0
1563    P10 UPG 5799GTJ TO ILE COMP         0
1564    P20 UPG 5799GTJ TO ILE COMP         0
1565    P05 UPG 5799GPB TO ILE COMP         0
1566    P10 UPG 5799GPB TO ILE COMP         0
1567    P20 UPG 5799GPB TO ILE COMP         0
1568    P05 ILE COMPILER FEATURE            0
1569    P10 ILE COMPILER FEATURE            0
1570    P05-P10 ILE COMPILER                0
1571    P20 ILE COMPILER FEATURE            0
1572    P05-P20 ILE COMPILER                0
1573    P10-P20 ILE COMPILER                0
1574    P30 ILE COMPILER FEATURE            0
1575    P05-P30 ILE COMPILER                0
1576    P10-P30 ILE COMPILER                0
1577    P20-P30 ILE COMPILER                0
1578    P40 ILE COMPILER FEATURE            0
1579    P05-P40 ILE COMPILER                0
1580    P10-P40 ILE COMPILER                0
1581    P20-P40 ILE COMPILER                0
1582    P30-P40 ILE COMPILER                0
1583    P50 ILE COMPILER FEATURE            0
1584    P05-P50 ILE COMPILER                0
1585    P10-P50 ILE COMPILER                0
1586    P20-P50 ILE COMPILER                0
1587    P30-P50 ILE COMPILER                0
1588    P40-P50 ILE COMPILER                0
1589    P60 ILE COMPILER FEATURE            0
1590    P05-P60 ILE COMPILER                0
1591    P10-P60 ILE COMPILER                0
1592    P20-P60 ILE COMPILER                0
1593    P30-P60 ILE COMPILER                0
1594    P40-P60 ILE COMPILER                0
1595    P50-P60 ILE COMPILER                0
1596    OBTAINED W HW P05 ILE COMP          0
1597    OBTAINED W HW P10 ILE COMP          0
1598    W/HW P05-P10 ILE COMPILER           0
1599    OBTAINED W HW P20 ILE COMP          0
1600    W/HW P05-P20 ILE COMPILER           0
1601    W/HW P10-P20 ILE COMPILER           0
1602    PER USER ILE COMPILER           1,795
1603    P05 UPG 5799GTJ TO HRTG COMP        0
1604    P10 UPG 5799GTJ TO HRTG COMP        0
1605    P20 UPG 5799GTJ TO HRTG COMP        0
1606    P30 UPG 5799GTJ TO HRTG COMP        0
1607    P40 UPG 5799GTJ TO HRTG COMP        0
1608    P50 UPG 5799GTJ TO HRTG COMP        0
1609    P60 UPG 5799GTJ TO HRTG COMP        0
1610    P05 UPG 5769CX5 TO HRTG COMP        0
1611    P10 UPG 5769CX5 TO HRTG COMP        0
1612    P20 UPG 5769CX5 TO HRTG COMP        0
1613    P30 UPG 5769CX5 TO HRTG COMP        0
1614    P40 UPG 5769CX5 TO HRTG COMP        0
1615    P50 UPG 5769CX5 TO HRTG COMP        0
1616    P60 UPG 5769CX5 TO HRTG COMP        0
1617    P05 UPG 5769CX2 TO HRTG COMP        0
1618    P10 UPG 5769CX2 TO HRTG COMP        0
1619    P20 UPG 5769CX2 TO HRTG COMP        0
1620    P30 UPG 5769CX2 TO HRTG COMP        0
1621    P40 UPG 5769CX2 TO HRTG COMP        0
1622    P50 UPG 5769CX2 TO HRTG COMP        0
1623    P60 UPG 5769CX2 TO HRTG COMP        0
1624    P05 UPG 5722WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1625    P10 UPG 5722WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1626    P20 UPG 5722WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1627    P30 UPG 5722WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1628    P40 UPG 5722WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1629    P50 UPG 5722WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1630    P60 UPG 5722WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1631    P05 UPG 5769RG1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1632    P10 UPG 5769RG1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1633    P20 UPG 5769RG1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1634    P30 UPG 5769RG1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1635    P40 UPG 5769RG1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1636    P50 UPG 5769RG1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1637    P60 UPG 5769RG1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1638    P05 UPG 5799GPB TO HRTG COMP        0
1639    P10 UPG 5799GPB TO HRTG COMP        0
1640    P20 UPG 5799GPB TO HRTG COMP        0
1641    P30 UPG 5799GPB TO HRTG COMP        0
1642    P40 UPG 5799GPB TO HRTG COMP        0
1643    P50 UPG 5799GPB TO HRTG COMP        0
1644    P60 UPG 5799GPB TO HRTG COMP        0
1645    P05 UPG 5769CB1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1646    P10 UPG 5769CB1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1647    P20 UPG 5769CB1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1648    P30 UPG 5769CB1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1649    P40 UPG 5769CB1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1650    P50 UPG 5769CB1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1651    P60 UPG 5769CB1 TO HRTG COMP        0
1652    P05 UPG 5769WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1653    P10 UPG 5769WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1654    P20 UPG 5769WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1655    P30 UPG 5769WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1656    P40 UPG 5769WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1657    P50 UPG 5769WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1658    P60 UPG 5769WDS TO HRTG COMP        0
1659    P05 UPG 5769CL3 TO ADTS             0
1660    P10 UPG 5769CL3 TO ADTS             0
1661    P20 UPG 5769CL3 TO ADTS             0
1662    P30 UPG 5769CL3 TO ADTS             0
1663    P40 UPG 5769CL3 TO ADTS             0
1664    P50 UPG 5769CL3 TO ADTS             0
1665    P60 UPG 5769CL3 TO ADTS             0
1666    P05 UPG 5799GPB TO ADTS             0
1667    P10 UPG 5799GPB TO ADTS             0
1668    P20 UPG 5799GPB TO ADTS             0
1669    P30 UPG 5799GPB TO ADTS             0
1670    P40 UPG 5799GPB TO ADTS             0
1671    P50 UPG 5799GPB TO ADTS             0
1672    P60 UPG 5799GPB TO ADTS             0
1673    P05 UPG 5799GTJ TO ADTS             0
1674    P10 UPG 5799GTJ TO ADTS             0
1675    P20 UPG 5799GTJ TO ADTS             0
1676    P30 UPG 5799GTJ TO ADTS             0
1677    P40 UPG 5799GTJ TO ADTS             0
1678    P50 UPG 5799GTJ TO ADTS             0
1679    P60 UPG 5799GTJ TO ADTS             0
1680    P05 UPG 5722WDS TO ADTS             0
1681    P10 UPG 5722WDS TO ADTS             0
1682    P20 UPG 5722WDS TO ADTS             0
1683    P30 UPG 5722WDS TO ADTS             0
1684    P40 UPG 5722WDS TO ADTS             0
1685    P50 UPG 5722WDS TO ADTS             0
1686    P60 UPG 5722WDS TO ADTS             0
1687    P05 UPG 5769PW1 TO ADTS             0
1688    P10 UPG 5769PW1 TO ADTS             0
1689    P20 UPG 5769PW1 TO ADTS             0
1690    P30 UPG 5769PW1 TO ADTS             0
1691    P40 UPG 5769PW1 TO ADTS             0
1692    P50 UPG 5769PW1 TO ADTS             0
1693    P60 UPG 5769PW1 TO ADTS             0
1694    P05 UPG 5769WDS TO ADTS             0
1695    P10 UPG 5769WDS TO ADTS             0
1696    P20 UPG 5769WDS TO ADTS             0
1697    P30 UPG 5769WDS TO ADTS             0
1698    P40 UPG 5769WDS TO ADTS             0
1699    P50 UPG 5769WDS TO ADTS             0
1700    P60 UPG 5769WDS TO ADTS             0
1701    P30 UPG 5769WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1702    P40 UPG 5769WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1703    P50 UPG 5769WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1704    P60 UPG 5769WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1705    P30 UPG 5769CX2 TO ILE COMP         0
1706    P40 UPG 5769CX2 TO ILE COMP         0
1707    P50 UPG 5769CX2 TO ILE COMP         0
1708    P60 UPG 5769CX2 TO ILE COMP         0
1709    P30 UPG 5722WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1710    P40 UPG 5722WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1711    P50 UPG 5722WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1712    P60 UPG 5722WDS TO ILE COMP         0
1713    P30 UPG 5799GPC TO ILE COMP         0
1714    P40 UPG 5799GPC TO ILE COMP         0
1715    P50 UPG 5799GPC TO ILE COMP         0
1716    P60 UPG 5799GPC TO ILE COMP         0
1717    P30 UPG 5769RG1 TO ILE COMP         0
1718    P40 UPG 5769RG1 TO ILE COMP         0
1719    P50 UPG 5769RG1 TO ILE COMP         0
1720    P60 UPG 5769RG1 TO ILE COMP         0
1721    P30 UPG 5769CB1 TO ILE COMP         0
1722    P40 UPG 5769CB1 TO ILE COMP         0
1723    P50 UPG 5769CB1 TO ILE COMP         0
1724    P60 UPG 5769CB1 TO ILE COMP         0
1725    P30 UPG 5769CX5 TO ILE COMP         0
1726    P40 UPG 5769CX5 TO ILE COMP         0
1727    P50 UPG 5769CX5 TO ILE COMP         0
1728    P60 UPG 5769CX5 TO ILE COMP         0
1729    P30 UPG 5799GTJ TO ILE COMP         0
1730    P40 UPG 5799GTJ TO ILE COMP         0
1731    P50 UPG 5799GTJ TO ILE COMP         0
1732    P60 UPG 5799GTJ TO ILE COMP         0
1733    P30 UPG 5799GPB TO ILE COMP         0
1734    P40 UPG 5799GPB TO ILE COMP         0
1735    P50 UPG 5799GPB TO ILE COMP         0
1736    P60 UPG 5799GPB TO ILE COMP         0
1747    PER USER UPG 5722WDS TO ADTS        0
1748    PER USER UPG 5769CL3 TO ADTS        0
1749    PER USER UPG 5769PW1 TO ADTS        0
1750    PER USER UPG 5769WDS TO ADTS        0
1751    PER USER UPG 5722WDS TO HRTG        0
1752    PER USER UPG 5769CB1 TO HRTG        0
1753    PER USER UPG 5769CX2 TO HRTG        0
1754    PER USER UPG 5769CX5 TO HRTG        0
1755    PER USER UPG 5769RG1 TO HRTG        0
1756    PER USER UPG 5769WDS TO HRTG        0
1757    PER USER UPG 5722WDS TO ILE         0
1758    PER USER UPG 5769CB1 TO ILE         0
1759    PER USER UPG 5769CX2 TO ILE         0
1760    PER USER UPG 5769CX5 TO ILE         0
1761    PER USER UPG 5769RG1 TO ILE         0
1762    PER USER UPG 5769WDS TO ILE         0
1813    W PWR 520 ED WDS - ILE COMP       900
1814    W PWR 520 ED WDS - HRTG COMP      550
1815    W PWR 520 ED WDS - ADTS           250
2001    EPOE UPG REG USER BASE FEATURE     N/C
2101    EPOE UPG REG USER COMPILERS        N/C
2105    EPOE UPG REG P05 COMPILERS         N/C
2110    EPOE UPG REG P10 COMPILERS         N/C
2120    EPOE UPG REG P20 COMPILERS         N/C
2130    EPOE UPG REG P30 COMPILERS         N/C
2140    EPOE UPG REG P40 COMPILERS         N/C
2150    EPOE UPG REG P50 COMPILERS         N/C
2160    EPOE UPG REG P60 COMPILERS         N/C
2201    EPOE UPG REG USER HERITAGE         N/C
2205    EPOE UPG REG P05 HERITAGE          N/C
2210    EPOE UPG REG P10 HERITAGE          N/C
2220    EPOE UPG REG P20 HERITAGE          N/C
2230    EPOE UPG REG P30 HERITAGE          N/C
2240    EPOE UPG REG P40 HERITAGE          N/C
2250    EPOE UPG REG P50 HERITAGE          N/C
2260    EPOE UPG REG P60 HERITAGE          N/C
2301    EPOE UPG REG USER ADTS FEATURE     N/C
2305    EPOE UPG REG P05 ADTS FEATURE      N/C
2310    EPOE UPG REG P10 ADTS FEATURE      N/C
2320    EPOE UPG REG P20 ADTS FEATURE      N/C
2330    EPOE UPG REG P30 ADTS FEATURE      N/C
2340    EPOE UPG REG P40 ADTS FEATURE      N/C
2350    EPOE UPG REG P50 ADTS FEATURE      N/C
2360    EPOE UPG REG P60 ADTS FEATURE      N/C
2658    5761-WDS - WDSC V7.0 SUPPLY        N/C
2924    ENGLISH U/L SBCS PRIMARY           N/C
2938    ENGLISH U/C DBCS PRIMARY           N/C
2984    ENGLISH U/L DBCS PRIMARY           N/C
3441    LPAR SYSTEM INDICATOR              N/C
3446    CUSTOMER EXPEDITE CHARGE          30
3450    SATELLITE ELECTRONIC DELIVERY      N/C
3470    SHIP MEDIA ONLY                    N/C
3471    SHIP DOCUMENTATION ONLY            N/C
4001    SW KEY 1ST MT DIGIT V6             N/C
4002    SW KEY 2ND MT DIGIT V6             N/C
4003    SW KEY 3RD MT DIGIT V6             N/C
4004    SW KEY 4TH MT DIGIT V6             N/C
4005    SW KEY 1ST CPU DIGIT V6            N/C
4006    SW KEY 2ND CPU DIGIT V6            N/C
4007    SW KEY 3RD CPU DIGIT V6            N/C
4008    SW KEY 4TH CPU DIGIT V6            N/C
4009    SW KEY 5TH CPU DIGIT V6            N/C
4010    SW KEY 6TH CPU DIGIT V6            N/C
4011    SW KEY 7TH CPU DIGIT V6            N/C
5819    V6R1 5761-WDS BASE FEATURE         N/C
5911    V6R1 5761-WDS ILE COMPILERS        N/C
5912    V6R1 5761WDS HERITAGE COMPILER     N/C
5913    V6R1 5761-WDS ADTS FEATURE         N/C

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