IBM OPERATING SYSTEM/2 EXTENDED EDITION VERSION 1.1 (ENGLISH)
AVAILABLE AND UPGRADE OFFERING
o 5669-336 (Part number 07F5458). IBM Operating System/2 Extended

Contents


Announcement Letter Number ZP88-0547 dated December 13, 1988
Europe Middle East Africa - Last Revised on January 24, 1989



Brief Description of Announcement, Charges, and Availability

Customer Letter Section


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                                                        ZP88-0547
IBM  OPERATING  SYSTEM/2  EXTENDED  EDITION VERSION 1.1 (ENGLISH)
AVAILABLE AND UPGRADE OFFERING
o 5669-336 (Part number 07F5458). IBM Operating System/2 Extended
Edition Version 1.1, 3.5" - English
o 5669-336 (Part number 07F5469). IBM Operating System/2 Extended
Edition Version 1.1, 5.25" - English
o 5669-336 (Part number 07F5486). IBM Operating System/2 Standard
Edition Version 1.0 or 1.1 to  IBM  Operating  System/2  Extended
Edition Version 1.1, 3.5", English - Upgrade
o 5669-336 (Part number 07F5487). IBM Operating System/2 Standard
Edition  Version  1.0  or  1.1 to IBM Operating System/2 Extended
Edition Version 1.1, 5.25", English - Upgrade
o 5669-336 (Part number 07F5497). IBM Operating System/2 Extended
Edition Version 1.0 to IBM Operating  System/2  Extended  Edition
Version 1.1, 3.5", English - Upgrade
o 5669-336 (Part number 07F5498). IBM Operating System/2 Extended
Edition  Version  1.0  to IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
Version 1.1, 5.25", English - Upgrade
o 5669-336 (Part number 07F5488).  IBM  3270  Emulation  Program,
Entry  Level, Version 1.1 or 1.2 to IBM Operating System Extended
Edition Version 1.1, 3.5", English - Upgrade
o 5669-336 (Part number 07F5489).  IBM  3270  Emulation  Program,
Entry  Level, Version 1.1 or 1.2 to IBM Operating System Extended
Edition Version 1.1, 5.25", English - Upgrade
o 5669-336 (Part number  07F5490).  IBM  3270  Emulation  Program
Version 3.0 to IBM Operating System Extended Edition Version 1.1,
3.5", English - Upgrade
o  5669-336  (Part  number  07F5492).  IBM 3270 Emulation Program
Version 3.0 to IBM Operating System Extended Edition Version 1.1,
5.25", English - Upgrade
o 5669-336 (Part number 07F5493). IBM  3270  Workstation  Program
Version  1.0  or  1.1  to  IBM  Operating System Extended Edition
Version 1.1, 3.5", English - Upgrade
o 5669-336 (Part number 07F5494). IBM  3270  Workstation  Program
Version  1.0  or  1.1  to  IBM  Operating System Extended Edition
Version 1.1, 5.25", English - Upgrade
o 5669-336 (Part number 07F5495). IBM PC  DOS  to  IBM  Operating
System Extended Edition Version 1.1, 3.5 ", English - Upgrade
o  5669-336  (Part  number  07F5496). IBM PC DOS to IBM Operating
System Extended Edition Version 1.1, 5.25", English - Upgrade
o 5775-RCA (Part number 07F5480). IBM Operating System/2 Extended
Edition Version 1.1, All languages - ATC
o 5775-RCA (Part number 07F5481). IBM PC  DOS  to  IBM  Operating
System Extended Edition Version 1.1, All languages - Upgrade ATC
o 5775-RCA (Part number 07F5482). IBM Operating System/2 Standard
Edition  Version  1.0  or  1.1 to IBM Operating System/2 Extended
Edition Version 1.1, All languages - Upgrade ATC
o 5775-RCA (Part number 07F5499). IBM Operating System/2 Extended
Edition Version 1.0 to IBM Operating  System/2  Extended  Edition
Version 1.1, All languages - Upgrade ATC
o  5775-RCA  (Part  number  07F5483). IBM 3270 Emulation Program,
Entry Level, Version 1.1 or 1.2 to IBM Operating System  Extended
Edition Version 1.1, All languages - Upgrade ATC
o  5775-RCA  (Part  number  07F5484).  IBM 3270 Emulation Program
Version 3.0 to IBM Operating System Extended Edition Version 1.1,
All languages - Upgrade ATC
o 5775-RCA (Part number 07F5485). IBM  3270  Workstation  Program
Version  1.0  or  1.1  to  IBM  Operating System Extended Edition
Version 1.1, All languages - Upgrade ATC
IBM Operating System/2 Extended  Edition  Version  1.1  has  been
enhanced  with  the  LAN  (local  area  network)  Requester which
enables access to  the  shared  resources  provided  by  the  IBM
Operating  System/2  Local  Area Network Server Version 1.0.  IBM
OS/2 Extended Edition Version 1.1 also provides the  capabilities
of IBM Operating System/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1, including
the  Presentation  Manager,  as  described  in  the OS/2 Standard
Edition,  Version  1.1  Availability  announcement   dated   22nd
November 1988.
The Communications Manager now supports IBM Token-Ring and IBM PC
Networks  and  provides  IEEE  802.2  and IBM NETBIOS programming
interfaces. A 3174 gateway or 3720/3725/3745 can now be used as a
LAN  connection  to  the  host.  Emulator  High  Level   Language
Application Programming Interface (EHLLAPI), previously announced
as   a   planned   enhancement,  is  also  available.  Additional
Communications and  System  Management  services  capability  are
provided.
The  Database  Manager  now offers a Precompiler API, support for
Union/Intersect/Except SQL operators, allows Non-delimited  ASCII
file  import  and  provides  a Cursor Hold option, and includes a
SQLQMF facility to download and import data from DB2  and  SQL/DS
host databases.
REMARKETER DESIGNATED PUBLICATIONS
The following publications comprise the technical library for IBM
Operating  System/2  Extended  Edition V1.1 and are designated as
orderable by  part  number  from  Remarketers.    They  are  also
orderable via normal IBM channels.
Title                                   Order      Part
                                        Number     Number
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 System Administrator's Guide for
  Communications                        S90X-7908  90X7908
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 Problem Determination Guide for
  the Service Coordinator               SC19-5167  38F1887
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 Programming Services and Advanced
  Problem Determination for
  Communications                        S90X-7906  90X7906
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 APPC Programming Reference       S90X-7910  90X7910
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 ACDI Programming Reference       S90X-7911  90X7911
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 ECF Server-Requester (SRPI)
  Programming Reference                 S90X-7909  90X7909
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 EHLLAPI Programming Reference    S01F-0252  01F0252
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 Database Manager Programming
  Guide and Reference                   S90X-7905  90X7905
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 Database Manager SQL Reference   S90X-7907  90X7907
IBM Keyboard Template for AT Keyboard
  - package of 10                       SX11-6117  38F3051
IBM Keyboard Template for Enhanced 102
  Keyboard - package of 10              SX11-6118  38F3049
PLANNED AVAILABILITY
IBM OS/2 Extended Edition Version 1.1 (English) will be available
30  December  1988.    This  product  will be installable for all
supported   keyboards,   code   pages,   and   country   specific
characteristics.    In March 1989, additional device drivers will
be made available in a Device Support  Supplement  to  support  a

number  of  IBM  printers  and  displays.    (See IBM Programming
Announcement "IBM Operating System/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1
Availability" dated 22 November 1988 for further details  of  the
Device  Support Supplement).  Availability of translated versions
of IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition V1.1 will be announced
later.
UPGRADES
Owners of any language versions of the programs listed below  are
entitled  to  upgrade  to IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
V1.1, English, at special upgrade prices:
o IBM Operating System/2 Standard Edition V1.0 (5604-073) or V1.1
(5601-092)                                                        @
o IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition V1.0 (5604-097)
o IBM 3270 Emulation Program, Entry Level, V1.1 (5604-011)
o IBM 3270 Emulation Program, Entry Level, V1.2 (5604-072)
o IBM 3270 Emulation Program V3.0 (5604-012)
o IBM 3270 Workstation Program V1.0 (5669-196)
o IBM 3270 Workstation Program V1.1 (5604-091)
o IBM PC/DOS (see UPGRADE FROM DOS for full details)
A customer may choose to take the upgrade in a mixture of program
packages  or  Authorised  Copies  whether  or  not  his  existing
programs  are  packages  or  Authorised  Copies.  The customer is
required to  have  proof  of  Entitlement  for  the  quantity  of
upgrades  required. Customers applying for upgrades directly from
IBM should use the Program  Upgrade  Order  Form.  Refer  to  the
Revised Software Transition Plan (ZA88-0144) for further details.
These program upgrades will be available until 30 September 1989.
UPGRADE FROM IBM OS/2 STANDARD EDITION VERSION 1.0 OR 1.1
Existing  owners of the following products will be able to obtain
upgrades to IBM  OS/2  Extended  Edition  V1.1,  English,  for  a
program upgrade charge.
o IBM Operating System/2 Standard Edition Version 1.0
o IBM Operating System/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1
These upgrades are available from any language in any media.  For
example, order part number 07F5486 to upgrade:
From:                         To:
IBM OS/2 Standard Edition     IBM OS/2 Extended Edition
V1.0 - German                 V1.1 - English
(5.25" media)                 (3.5" media)
These  upgrades from OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.0 or Version
1.1 can be obtained by ordering the following part numbers:
P/N           Upgrade to:
07F5486       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (3.5")
07F5487       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (5.25")
07F5482       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (ATC)
Proof of entitlement is either:
o from IBM Operating System/2 Standard Edition Version  1.0,  the
front cover of the spiral bound "User's Guide"
o  from  IBM Operating System/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1, the
front cover of "Using the System"
o or an existing copy authorisation form for one of the  programs
listed above.
UPGRADE FROM IBM OS/2 EXTENDED EDITION VERSION 1.0
Existing  owners  of the following product will be able to obtain
upgrades to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.1, English.
o IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition Version 1.0
This upgrade is available in any media. For example,  order  part
number 07F5497 to upgrade:
From:                         To:
IBM OS/2 Extended Edition     IBM OS/2 Extended Edition
V1.0 - English                V1.1 - English
(5.25" media)                 (3.5" media)
These  upgrades  from  OS/2  Extended  Edition Version 1.0 can be
obtained by ordering the following part numbers:
P/N           Upgrade to:
07F5497       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (3.5")
07F5498       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (5.25")
07F5499       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (ATC)
Proof of entitlement is either:
o  from  IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition Version 1.0, the
front cover of the "User's Guide"
o or an existing copy authorisation form for one of the  programs
listed above.
UPGRADE FROM DOS
Existing  users  of  any  version  of  Disk  Operating System are
entitled to upgrade to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition Version 1.1  for
a  program  upgrade  charge. This charge will be the same for all
versions of DOS  which  are  entitled  to  upgrade  to  IBM  OS/2
Extended  Edition  Version  1.1. Owners of the following products
will be able to obtain the Upgrade to IBM OS/2  Extended  Edition
Version 1.1, English.
Title                                Program Number
DOS Version 1.10 (any language)      5604-002
DOS Version 2.00 (any language)      5604-003
DOS Version 2.10 (any language)      5604-004
DOS Version 3.00 (any language)      5604-005
DOS Version 3.10 (any language)      5604-006
DOS Version 3.20 (any language)      5604-015
DOS Version 3.30 (any language)      5604-025
DOS Version 3.30 ATC (any language)  5775-RCA
DOS Version 4.00 (any language)      5604-264
DOS Version 4.00 ATC (any language)  5775-RCA
For example, order part number 07F5495 to upgrade :
From :                      To :
DOS Version 3.30            IBM OS/2 Extended Edition
- French                    V1.1 - English
(Dual media)                (3.5" media)
This  upgrade  from DOS can be obtained by ordering the following
part numbers :
P/N      Description :
07F5495  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Extended Edition V1.1
         - English (3.5")
07F5496  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Extended Edition V1.1
         - English (5.25")
07F5481  Upgrade from DOS to OS/2 Extended Edition V1.1
         - English (ATC)
In  order  to  obtain  the  upgrade, the user will be required to
provide the front page  of  a  publication  from  the  above  DOS
products as proof of ownership.
UPGRADE  FROM  IBM  3270  EMULATION PROGRAM, ENTRY LEVEL, V1.1 OR
V1.2
Existing owners of the following products will be able to  obtain
upgrades  to  IBM  OS/2  Extended  Edition  V1.1,  English, for a
program upgrade charge.
o IBM 3270 Emulation Program, Entry Level, V1.1
o IBM 3270 Emulation Program, Entry Level, V1.2
These upgrades are available from any language in any media.  For
example, order part number 07F5489 to upgrade:
From:                         To:
IBM 3270 Emulation Program,   IBM OS/2 Extended Edition
Entry Level, V1.1, English,   V1.1 - English
(Dual media)                  (5.25" media)
These upgrades from IBM 3270 Emulation Program, Entry Level, V1.1
or V1.2 can be obtained by ordering the following part numbers:
P/N           Upgrade to:
07F5488       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (3.5")
07F5489       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (5.25")
07F5483       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (ATC)
Proof of entitlement is either:
o from IBM 3270 Emulation Program, Entry Level, V1.1 or V1.2, the
front cover of the three hole punched "User's Guide"
o or an existing copy authorisation form for one of the  programs
listed above.
UPGRADE FROM IBM 3270 EMULATION PROGRAM, V3.0
Existing  owners  of the following product will be able to obtain
an upgrade to IBM OS/2 Extended  Edition  V1.1,  English,  for  a
program upgrade charge.
o IBM 3270 Emulation Program, V3
This  upgrade  is  available from any language in any media.  For
example, order part number 07F5490 to upgrade:
From:                         To:
IBM 3270 Emulation Program,   IBM OS/2 Extended Edition
V3.0, Danish,                 V1.1 - English
(Dual media)                  (3.5" media)
These  upgrades  from  IBM  3270  Emulation  Program  V3.0 can be
obtained by ordering the following part numbers:
P/N           Upgrade to:
07F5490       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (3.5")
07F5492       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (5.25")
07F5484       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (ATC)
Proof of entitlement is either:
o from IBM 3270 Emulation Program V3.0, the front  cover  of  the
three hole punched "User's Guide"
o  or an existing copy authorisation form for one of the programs
listed above.
UPGRADE FROM IBM 3270 WORKSTATION PROGRAM V1.0 OR V1.1
Existing owners of the following products will be able to  obtain
upgrades  to  IBM  OS/2  Extended  Edition  V1.1,  English, for a

program upgrade charge.
o IBM 3270 Workstation Program V1.0
o IBM 3270 Workstation Program V1.1
These upgrades are available from any language in any media.  For
example, order part number 07F5493 to upgrade:
From:                           To:
IBM 3270 Workstation Program,   IBM OS/2 Extended Edition
V1.0, English                   V1.1 - English
(Dual media)                    (3.5" media)
These upgrades from IBM 3270 Workstation Program V1.0 or V1.1 can
be obtained by ordering the following part numbers:
P/N           Upgrade to:
07F5493       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (3.5")
07F5494       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (5.25")
07F5485       OS/2 EE V1.1 - English (ATC)
Proof of entitlement is either:
o from IBM 3270 Workstation Program V1.0 or V1.1, the front cover
of the three hole punched "User's Guide"
o  or an existing copy authorisation form for one of the programs
listed above.
PLANNED GENERAL AVAILABILITY:
The  General  Availability  of  IBM  OS/2  Extended Edition V1.1,
English, is 30 December 1988.
HIGHLIGHTS
o IBM OS/2 Standard Edition Version 1.1 supports:
-  Presentation  Manager  graphical  interface  in   a   windowed
environment
- A System Editor
- File or partitions greater than 32MB
o The Communications Manager supports:
-  IBM  Token-Ring, IBM PC Network and programming interfaces for
IBM NETBIOS and IEEE 802.2
- A 3174 gateway or a 3720/3725/3745 can now be  used  as  a  LAN
connection to a host.
-  Emulator High Level Language Application Programming Interface
(EHLLAPI) previously announced as a planned enhancement is  being
implemented   in   this  release  for  COBOL/2,  C/2,  IBM  BASIC
Compiler/2, IBM Macro Assembler/2 and Pascal Compiler/2
- Communications and Service Management capability is provided.
o LAN Requester:
- Enables access to the shared resources provided by the IBM OS/2
Local Area Network Server V1.0
o Database Manager enhancements are:
- A Pre-compiler API
- Cursor Hold Option
- Support for Union/Intersect/Except SQL operators
- Non-delimited ASCII file import
- An SQLQMF facility to download and import  data  from  DB2  and
SQL/DS host databases
o  Presentation  Manager  support for selected devices, including
CGA and 64KB  EGA  display  adapters,  will  be  available  in  a
separate Device Support Supplement in March 1989.                 @
DESCRIPTION
IBM   Operating   System/2  Extended  Edition  Version  1.1  base
operating  system  has  been  enhanced  with  the   addition   of
Presentation   Manager   graphical   interface   in   a  windowed
environment as described in IBM  Programming  Announcement  "OS/2
Standard  Edition  V1.1  Availability"  dated  22  November 1988.
Windowing allows multiple applications to be viewed at  one  time
for   easier  control.  Each  application  can  support  multiple
windows. The user can control window size and position,  and  can
create   and   delete   windows.  Graphics  support  enables  the
development of a broad range of applications which take advantage
of the supported All Points Addressable (APA) devices.
The System Editor is a full screen ASCII editor designed for ease
of use with the ability to tailor many of its operations to  suit
the needs of the user.
Large  file  support  gives  addressing  support beyond 32MB in a
given partition or file. The user  can  designate  a  fixed  disk
(from  20MB to 314MB) as containing one partition and one or more
files.
Named Pipes are an enhanced Interprocess Communications  facility
designed to simplify information exchange between programs.
In  March  1989, additional device drivers will be made available @
in a Device Driver Supplement to support a number of IBM printers @
and displays.                                                     @
The  Communications  Manager  now  supports  the  IBM  Token-Ring
Network  and the IBM PC Network. Workstations using IBM Operating
System/2 Extended Edition V1.1 on an IBM Token-Ring can  use  the
3174 gateway optional features (#3025 and 3026) or 3720/3725/3745
on  the  IBM Token-Ring to communicate directly to S/370 and 9370
at 4Mbps. The LAN  functions  are  compatible  with  the  IBM  PC
Network Bridge Program and the IBM Token-Ring Bridge Program V1.1
and  V2.0.  (Supported  configurations  and/or restrictions to be
provided first quarter 1989) Token-Ring is a Systems  Application
Architecture Common Communications Support Protocol.
Support  is now available for the IBM NETBIOS and IEEE 802.2 Data
Link Control Programming Interfaces for communicating across each
of the IBM local area networks.
The Communications Manager has been enhanced by the  addition  of
Emulator  High  Level  Language Application Programming Interface
(EHLLAPI). EHLLAPI is a subset of HLLAPI and is  compatible  with
the  Entry  Emulator  High Level Language Application Programming
Interface (EEHLLAPI). The function of EHLLAPI is to  enhance  the
string  manipulation,  algorithmic  calculation and sophisticated
selection criteria  of  high  level  languages  by  providing  an
interface  to  the  3270  terminal  emulation  component  of  the
Communications Manager.
Communications  and  System  Management  enhancements  have  been
added.  The  added  capability will allow S/370 SNA applications,
such  as  IBM  Netview  applications,  and  IBM  Netview  console
operators  to send Network Management Vector Transports (NMVT) to
OS/2 Extended Edition Communications Manager Management  Services
applications.  The NMVT would be used for requesting the IBM OS/2
Extended Edition application to perform some Management  Services
function  and  respond  to  the  S/370  application.  The NMVT is
planned for use in IBM products such as  the  recently  announced
IBM  LAN Manager V2.0.  See IBM Programming Announcement "IBM LAN
Manager V2.0" dated 20 September 1988.
The method  of  passing  NMVT's  to  the  Communications  Manager
application  has  planned  changes  in subsequent releases of IBM
Operating   System/2   Extended   Edition.   This   may   require
applications using NMVT's to be changed in order to migrate.
Information  about  the interface will not be included in the IBM
Operating System/2 Extended Edition  library,  but  is  available
upon request from:
IBM Corporation
Entry Systems Division
Department 978 Building 042
11400 Burnet Road
Austin, Texas 78758
USA.
The  LAN Requester provides access to LAN resource administration
functions and to LAN messaging capabilities and provides for  the
redirection  of  the  Named Pipes interface (remote Named Pipes).
The LAN requester also allows  access  to  the  disks,  printers,
serially attached devices and processing capabilities provided by
the  server  workstation running the IBM Operating System/2 Local
Area Network Server.  See IBM Programming Announcement "IBM  OS/2
Local  Area  Network (LAN) Server V1.0" dated 3 November 1987 and
IBM Programming Announcement "IBM OS/2 Local Area Network  Server
Version  1.0  Available"  dated  13  December 1988 for additional
information.
The Database Manager has been enhanced by  the  addition  of  the
following functions.
o A Precompiler Applications Programming Interface
This is a new programming interface (API) to the Database Manager
which  allows  developers  to  write  their own precompilers. The
Precompiler API will  make  it  possible  for  an  IBM  Operating
System/2  language  developer  to  offer  a  precompiler  for the
Database Manager for their own  language  compiler(s).  This  new
Precompiler   API  gives  any  IBM  Operating  System/2  compiled
programming language the potential to use the Database Manager.
o Support for Union/Intersect/Except SQL operators.
These operators combine SELECT statements together  so  that  the
rows  of data are returned as if a single SELECT had been issued.
These operators may be used with the  SQL  "ALL"  keyword,  which
prevents  the  elimination  of  duplicate rows. Union returns the

rows generated by two SELECT statements.  Intersect  returns  the
rows generated by the first SELECT that are also generated by the
second  SELECT.  Except  returns  the rows generated by the first
SELECT that are not generated by the second SELECT.
o A Cursor Hold option on the SQL DECLARE CURSOR statement.
This causes the cursor position to be  held  across  transactions
(or  unit  of work) commit points. Cursor Hold allows application
programmers more efficiency in the development and  execution  of
their  applications  by  eliminating  the  need to re-declare and
reposition cursors after each commit of data changes.
o Non-Delimited ASCII Import
This function allows Non-Delimited ASCII  files  to  be  imported
into  the  Database  Manager. The addition of Non-Delimited ASCII
Import gives the Database Manager user another file  format  with
which  to  move  data  from  other  applications  into  their IBM
Operating  System/2  Extended  Edition  databases.  Non-Delimited
ASCII  Import  is available through the Database Services Utility
Applications Programming Interface (API)  or  through  the  Query
Manager.
o  SQLQMF  facility  to  import  table  data  from DB2 and SQL/DS
Databases
The SQLQMF facility allows users to import  table  data  that  is
stored  in  IBM's  Database  2 (DB2) or Structured Query Language
(SQL/DS)  host  relational  databases  into  the  OS/2   Database
Manager.  This  facility  takes data exported by IBM's host Query
Management Facility (QMF), stored in QMF  format,  downloads  the
data,  and  converts  it  into  a delimited file that can then be
imported into an OS/2 Database Manager table.
To use this facility, you must have DB2 or  SQL/DS  installed  on
your  host system, as well as QMF. In addition, the IBM Operating
System/2  Extended  Edition  V1.1  Communications   Manager   and
Database Manager must be installed on your personal computer, and
the Communications Manager must be started.
The  SQLQMF  facility  supports  the import of the following data
types:  SMALLINT,  INT,  DECIMAL,  FLOAT,  CHARACTER  (FIXED  AND
VARIABLE LENGTH), DATE, TIME, AND TIMESTAMP.
o Support for the SQL DESCRIBE Statement:
This   is   a   language   element  of  the  Systems  Application
Architecture Database Common  Programming  Interface  similar  to
that  used with DB2 and SQL/DS. DESCRIBE provides information for
a prepared SQL statement without the the need to "re-prepare"  it
every  time.  This support is available in IBM Operating System/2
Extended Edition Version 1.0 and 1.1.
SYSTEMS APPLICATION ARCHITECTURE CONSIDERATIONS
IBM  Operating  System/2  Extended  Edition  Version  1.1  is   a
participating Systems Application Architecture environment.
o Common User Access
o Common Programming Interface
- Presentation Interface
- Database Interface
- Query Interface
- Dialog Interface (planned enhancement - see below)
o Common Communications Support
- 3270 Data Stream
- LU Type 6.2
- Low-Entry Networking (Type 2.1 Node)
- SNA Network Management Architecture
- Synchronous Data Link Control (SDLC)
- IBM Token-Ring Network
- X.25 (planned enhancement - see below)
PLANNED ENHANCEMENTS
The  following  information  about  previously  announced planned
enhancements to releases  after  Version  1.1  of  IBM  Operating
System/2  Extended  Edition  is  provided  to assist customers in
their planning.
The base operating system will be enhanced with the  addition  of
application   development   facilities  for  the  Dialog  Manager
Interface.
The Communications Manager planned enhancements include:
o  X.25  support for both the 1980 and 1984 CCITT recommendations
for switched and permanent virtual circuits with the exception of
the online registration facility, packet retransmission facility,
and level 2 multi-link protocol. It will support up to eight  IBM
X.25 Interface Co-Processor/2 Adapters (this adapter supports the
X.21bis/V.24,   X.21bis/V.35   and   X.21  non-switched  physical
interfaces). Full SNA support via Qualified Logical Link  Control
(QLLC)  and all SNA services including LAN gateway will apply. An
X.25 interface will enable the development of  higher  level  OSI
protocols  and  other  products  that  use  packet  switched data
networks. For non-SNA communications, the X.25 API  will  provide
similar  but  enhanced  function  to  that  provided  by  the IBM
Personal Computer X.25 Communications Support Program,  currently
available  only  in  countries  outside  of  the  United  States.
Concurrent SNA and non-SNA Communications will be  possible  over
the   same   physical   link.   X.25  is  a  Systems  Application
Architecture Common Communications Support Protocol.
o The IBM 5250 Workstation Feature will emulate up to  five  APPC
connected  print  and  display sessions. Display sessions emulate
the IBM 5292-1 and 3197-C20 display terminals.  Printer  sessions
emulate  the  functions  of the IBM 5219, 5224, or 5256 printers.
APPC connectivity to S/36 will be via SDLC, IBM  Token-Ring,  and
X.25.   APPC  connectivity  to  AS/400  will  be  via  SDLC,  IBM
Token-Ring, X.25, Twinax and the IBM 5394  Remote  Control  Unit.
The  Programming  Interface  will  be  EHLLAPI  (same as for 3270
Emulation).
o The SNA LAN Gateway will support connectivity  to  a  host  via
SDLC,  IBM  PC  Network, IBM Token-Ring and X.25. LU 1, 2, 3, and
6.2 (PU2.0) protocols will be supported to S/370 hosts. Up to 254
LU's will be supported and  up  to  254  link  stations  will  be
configurable   with   64   stations   active  concurrently.  Each
workstation can have four active sessions.
o The 3270 data stream will be enabled for double byte  character
set language translation.
Server/Requester Interfaces
o  IBM  intends  that  the  interfaces  used for server/requester
applications over LU6.2 transports will be:
- Common Programming  Interface  for  Communications  (CPI/C)  as
announced  in  IBM  Programming Announcement "CICS/MVS and IMS/VS
Data   Communications   participate   in   Systems    Application
Architecture" dated 20 October 1987
- Advanced Program to Program Communications (APPC)
o  The  preceding  statement  modifies the IBM Operating System/2
Extended Edition planned enhancement statement in IBM Programming
Announcement  "Operating  System/2  Extended  Edition"  dated   3
November 1987 regarding ECF.  That statement said:
-  "ECF support will be extended to allow the use of LU6.2 as the
transport  for  SRPI  requests  in  addition  to  the   currently
announced LU2 transport"
o  The  SRPI  will remain an interface for LU2 transports.  CPI/C
and APPC should be used for LU6.2 transports.
Database Manager planned enhancements consist of:
o Remote Data Services (Operating System/2  Extended  Edition  to
Operating   System/2  Extended  Edition  via  the  Communications
Manager APPC): Remote data services will provide support to allow
the data base management system to be used in an  IBM  Token-Ring
or  IBM PC Network environment. A supported IBM personal computer
or IBM Personal System/2 on the LAN will be able to function as a
data requester and/or server workstation. This capability  allows
multiple  workstations  to access a common data base, or a single
workstation to access geographically distributed data bases.  The
location  of  the  database  (server)  will be transparent to the
requesting  application  or  end   user   (requester).   Multiple
application  programs can access a single data base concurrently.
An application will also be able to access  multiple  data  bases
serially.  Each requester/server workstation will require the IBM
Operating System/2 Extended Edition, and will  utilize  the  APPC
programming interface in the Communications Manager.
o  COBOL  and  Pascal Precompiler Support: This will be available
for SQL statements  embedded  in  IBM  COBOL/2  or  IBM  Pascal/2
application programs for subsequent compilation and execution.
o  Query Manager Import/Export Facilities: The Operating System/2
Query Manager will support import and export of  queries,  report

definition,  and procedure objects from/to the Operating System/2
File System. It  will  be  possible  to  exchange  these  objects
between the Query Manager and QMF. The external file formats will
be  based on the current QMF formats. This enhances the Operating
System/2 SAA Query  Interface  for  Import/Export  facilities  as
summarized  in  Systems  Applications  Architecture,  an Overview
(GC26-4341).
o Query Manager Callable Interface: This will enable an  external
application program to invoke Query Manager functions such as the
interactive facilities to create tables, queries, reports, menus,
and  panels,  as well as the commands to manipulate such objects.
This implements  the  Query  Interface  element  of  the  Systems
Application Architecture Common Programming Interface.
NATIONAL   LANGUAGE  SUPPORT:  IBM  Operating  System/2  Extended
Edition V1.1 enables Double Byte Character Support (DBCS), except
for 3270 and  asynchronous  data  stream,  and  the  Presentation
Manager.
IBM  Operating  System/2 Extended Edition V1.1 will be translated
into the following languages:
o Danish
o Dutch
o Finnish
o French
o German
o Italian
o Norwegian
o Portuguese
o Spanish
o Swedish
Availability of the translated versions will be  announced  at  a
later date.
PUBLICATIONS
The  following  publications  are  available  for  IBM  Operating
System/2  Extended  Edition  V1.1.  To  order  contact  your  IBM
marketing representative.
Title                                   Order      Part
                                        Number     Number
IBM System Software Reference Guide     G360-2730
IBM Personal System/2 Customer
  Reference Guide                       G360-2669
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 System Administrator's Guide for
  Communications (NOTE 1)               S90X-7908  90X7908
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 Problem Determination Guide for
  the Service Coordinator (see note)    SC19-5167  38F1887
  (NOTE: Users in Europe must order this
   publication by these numbers, not the
   alternative numbers used in the USA.
   The USA publication is not applicable
   to Europe.)
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 Programming Services and Advanced
  Problem Determination for
  Communications (NOTE 2)               S90X-7906  90X7906
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 APPC Programming Reference       S90X-7910  90X7910
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 ACDI Programming Reference       S90X-7911  90X7911
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 ECF Server-Requester (SRPI)
  Programming Reference                 S90X-7909  90X7909
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 EHLLAPI Programming Reference    S01F-0252  01F0252
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 Database Manager Programming
  Guide and Reference                   S90X-7905  90X7905
IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
  V1.1 Database Manager SQL Reference   S90X-7907  90X7907
IBM Keyboard Template for AT Keyboard
  - package of 10                       SX11-6117  38F3051
IBM Keyboard Template for Enhanced 102
  Keyboard - package of 10              SX11-6118  38F3049
Related publications:
Local Area Network Technical Reference  SC30-3383
IBM  Operating  System/2  Information
  and  Planning  Guide                  G360-2650-01
NOTE 1
Includes  a  3.5  inch  and  a  5.25  inch  diskette  with sample
programs.
NOTE 2
This is packaged with SC19-5167, S90X-7908, S90X-7909, S90X-7910,
S90X-7911 and S01F-0252.
Additional documentation is  included  in  the  ship  group  that
contains the program diskettes.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
SPECIFIED OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
MACHINE  REQUIREMENTS:  Requirements and Limitations are the same
as described in the  previous  Programming  Announcement  Letters
except  for  the following: These system units are in addition to
the system units supported by  IBM  Operating  System/2  Extended
Edition V1.0.
o IBM Personal System/2 Model 30 286 (8530-H21) (NOTE 1)
o IBM 7531/7532 Industrial Computer Models 041 and 111 (NOTE 1)
o IBM 7552 Industrial Computer Model 540 (NOTE 1)
NOTE 1 - For fixed disk limitations see the fixed disk estimating
worksheet in the Performance section.
Communications  Adapters supported in Operating System/2 Extended
Edition V1.1. These adapters are in addition to the adapters that
are supported by Operating System/2 Extended Edition V1.0.
For the PC AT, and  PC  XT286  (Note  -  feature  codes  vary  by
language)
o  IBM  Token-Ring  Network  PC  Adapter  (6339100  -  varies  by
language)
o IBM Token-Ring Network PC Adapter II (16F0500)
o IBM PC Network Adapter II (90X6968)
o IBM PC Network Baseband Adapter (90X6966)
o IBM PC Network Adapter II - Frequency 2 (96X6051)
o IBM PC Network Adapter II - Frequency 3 (96X6056)
o IBM Token-Ring Network 16/4 Adapter (25F9522)
For the PS/2 Model 30 286 (8530-H21) (Note - feature  codes  vary
by language)
o IBM Token-Ring Network PC Adapter II (16F0500)
o IBM PC Network Adapter II (90X6968)
o IBM PC Network Baseband Adapter (90X6966)
o IBM PS/2 Multifunction Adapter (30F5364)
For the PS/2 Models 50, 60, 70 & 80 (Note - feature codes vary by
language)
o IBM Dual Asynchronous Adapter/A (6450347)
o IBM Token-Ring Network Adapter/A (69X8138)
o IBM PC Network Adapter II/A (90X6969)
o IBM PC Network Baseband Adapter/A (90X6967)
o IBM PC Network Adapter II/A - Frequency 2 (90X6061)
o IBM PC Network Adapter II/A - Frequency 3 (90X6066)
o IBM Token-Ring Network 16/4 Adapter/A (25F9528)
Asynchronous communication at speeds up to 19.2 Kbps using ROLM's
Data   Communications   Interfaces   is  as  follows:  (Refer  to
Performance section  of  this  announcement  to  determine  which
systems and adapters support 19.2 Kbps)
o ROLMphone 244PC (Attention (Hayes) command set)
o  ROLMphone  DataCom  Module  (DCM). The DCM can be incorporated
into a ROLMphone or be rack mounted
o ROLM Data Terminal Interface (DTI). The DTI can  be  standalone
or rack mounted
Synchronous  Communications  support  at  speeds  up to 19.2 Kbps
using ROLM's Data Communications Interfaces is as follows:
o ROLMphone DataCom Module (DCM). The  DCM  can  be  incorporated
into a ROLMphone or be rack mounted.
The  following  printer  is  supported  in IBM Operating System/2
Extended Edition V1.1.  This  is  in  addition  to  the  printers
supported by IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition V1.0.
o IBM 4202 Proprinter II XL Model 002
o IBM 3812 Pageprinter is supported in 5152 compatibility mode.
The   following   Protocol   Converters   are  supported  by  the
Communications Manager of IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition
V1.1.
o IBM 3708 Model 001
o IBM 7171 Model 001
o IBM Series/1 (with Yale ASCII Version 2 IUP)
o IBM 3174 (with Feature #3020) Models 51R or 52R (supports  both
emulation and file transfer)
o 9370 ASCII Subsystem
The  following  Protocol  Converters  have  been  withdrawn  from
marketing and are not supported by  the  IBM  Operating  System/2
Extended Edition V1.1.
o IBM 3710 8-PA Model 001
o IBM 7426 Models 001 and 002
PROGRAMMING   REQUIREMENTS:   The  programming  requirements  and
prerequisites are the same as described in  previous  Programming
Announcement Letters.
LIMITATIONS:  See  previous  Programming Announcement Letters for
limitations. For ROLM DCM and  DTI,  the  Communications  Manager
cannot  initiate  a switched connection transparently to the user
through Interactive Call Setup.
The 16 Mbs Token-Ring support is limited to personal computer  to
personal  computer  communications  only. Support information and
limitations regarding personal computer to other IBM systems will

be provided after additional testing has been completed.
IBM 3101 and VT100 asynchronous emulators and  ACDI  can  not  be
redirected.
PERFORMANCE  CONSIDERATIONS:  Line  Speeds:  When  running either
ASCII terminal emulation or a program written to the Asynchronous
Communications Device Interface, line speeds as designated  below
are  based on the configuration of the system. Protect Mode means
the only partitions active are in protect mode. Mixed mode  means
that  the  asynchronous  communications  is  in  a  protect  mode
partition and there is at  least  one  other  partition  that  is
running  a  PC/DOS  application in real mode. In order to achieve
speeds up to 19.2 Kbps in an  expansion  slot,  either  the  Dual
Asynchronous   Adapter/A   P/N   6451013  or  the  Multi-Protocol
Adapter/A P/N 6451003 must be installed.
                                System  Board  Expansion Slot
                                   Mode-bps       Mode-bps
Personal Computers              Mixed/Protect   Mixed/Protect
------------------------------  -------------   -------------
IBM Personal System/2 Model 50
 (8550) Models 021, 031 or 061
 (NOTE 1)                         1200/2400       19.2 K
IBM Personal System/2 Model 60
 (8560) Models 041 or 071         1200/2400       19.2 K
 (NOTE 1)
IBM Personal System/2 Model 70
 (8570) Models A21, E61 or 121    19.2 K          19.2 K
IBM Personal System/2 Model 80
 (8580) Models 041 or 071         1200/2400       19.2 K
 (NOTE 1)
IBM Personal System/2 Model 80
 (8580) Models 111 or 311         19.2 K          19.2 K
NOTE 1 - The serial communications controller on the system board
for some of the IBM Personal System/2 systems, and  for  some  of
the   Dual   Asynchronous   Adapter/A   (P/N   6450347)  and  the
Multi-Protocol  Adapter/A  (P/N  6450348)  may  be   capable   of
first-in-first-out (FIFO) mode, allowing speeds up to 19.2 Kbps.
The   IBM   Operating   System/2   Extended   Edition  V1.1  ACDI
Communications Asynchronous Device Driver for  the  IBM  Personal
System/2  will  recognize  and support FIFO, if the capability is
present. To test for FIFO capability using a program, see the IBM
Personal System/2 and Personal Computer BIOS Interface  Technical
Reference P/N S68X-2341.
Performance is influenced by the hardware selection combined with
the  software configuration options, e.g., LAN performance may be
improved by as much as 40% on an IBM  PC  AT  when  selecting  4K
versus  1K transmit buffer sizes on the IBM Token-Ring Network PC
Adapter II P/N 25F9858 (based  on  sample  programs  transferring
large 100 Kbyte files).
IBM OS/2 EXTENDED EDITION V1.1 ESTIMATING WORKSHEET, FOR MEMORY
(Memory   planning   examples  are  contained  in  the  IBM  OS/2
Information and Planning Guide (G360-2650-01)).
The numbers shown are the recommended memory  size  in  megabytes
for  operation  of  designated  Extended  Edition  functions.  To
estimate memory requirements, add together the recommended memory
size for the Operating System Base and each  installed  function,
application and allowance for user data.
If  the  user does not wish to concurrently execute all installed
functions or applications, the  memory  required  will  be  less.
Using  less  than the required memory size will increase the time
to switch from one function to  another,  reduce  throughput  and
increase the size of the swap file.
Functions:                                               V1.1
Operating System:
    Base (include for all estimates)                      2.0
    PC/DOS Compatibility *                          0.5  ____
Communications Manager:
    Base (required for communications operations)** 0.2  ____
    3270 Terminal Emulation                         0.3  ____
    Asynchronous Terminal Emulation                 0.3  ____
    APPC                                            0.4  ____
    File Transfer ***                               0.3  ____
Database Manager:
    Database Services (required for Database
      operations)                                   1.0  ____
    Query Manager                                   1.0  ____
Local Area Network (LAN): **
    Requester                                       0.5  ____
    Server (IBM OS/2 LAN Server)                    2.2  ____
OS/2 Applications ****                                   ____
Applications Data *****                                  ____
Total                                                  ______
Notes:
*  Automatically installed,  but removable  by changing  the
    PROTECTONLY statement  in the CONFIG.SYS file.
** The Communications Manager must be  installed for  the LAN
    requester and the IBM OS/2 LAN Server functions.
*** Concurrent file transfer operation will require 0.3Mb for
    each session
**** Provided by the applications supplier
***** Application/user dependent
IBM   OS/2   EXTENDED  EDITION  V1.1  ESTIMATING  WORKSHEET,  FOR
FIXED-DISK
(Fixed-disk planning examples  are  contained  in  the  IBM  OS/2
Information and Planning Guide (G360-2650-01)).
The  numbers  shown  are  the  recommended  fixed  disk  size  in
megabytes for the  designated  IBM  OS/2  Extended  Edition  V1.1
functions.  All  of  the  fixed disk must be available on the "C"
drive with the exception of the LAN Requester and  the  IBM  OS/2
LAN  Server  which may be loaded on a "D" drive. For systems with
only 20 MB of fixed disk, only entry  level  3270  emulation  and
asynchronous communications are recommended.  For systems with 20
MB   on   the  "C"  drive  and  a  supplemental  "D"  drive,  the
Communications Manager or Database Manager may be installed,  but
not  both.  Additional applications and data may be loaded on the
supplemental fixed disk.
Functions:
Operating System:
    Base (include for all estimates)                      8.2
    Swap File *                                      2.5 ____
Communications Manager:
    Base (required for communications)**             2.7 ____
    3270 Terminal Emulation, SRPI, APPC              1.0 ____
    Asynchronous Communications                      0.3 ____
    IBM Configuration Files                          0.5 ____
    Configuration Services ***                       1.5 ____
    Programming Interfaces ***                       0.3 ____
Database Manager:
    Database Services (required for Database
    operations) ****                                 4.1 ____
    Query Manager                                    4.4 ____
Local Area Network (LAN) **
    Requester                                        4.9 ____
    Server (IBM OS/2 LAN Server)                     6.2 ____
Applications: *****                                      ___
Applications Data: ******                                ____
Total                                                  ______
NOTES:
* Experience and testing indicate that a 2.5Mb swap area would be
typical.  However, a swap area of less than or greater than 2.5Mb
may be necessary.
** The Communications Manager  must  be  installed  for  the  LAN
requester and the IBM OS/2 LAN Server functions.
***  Automatically  installed with Communications Base but can be
removed after installation if not needed
**** Included is working space and system data for one  database.
This  space  is  subject  to  a  number of variables and does not
include user data. Fixed disk requirements greater than  or  less
than those shown may be needed.
***** Provided by the applications supplier
****** Application/user dependent
SUPPORTED HARDWARE FOR FAMILY APPLICATIONS
Assuming   there   is   sufficient  memory,  display,  and  other
appropriate hardware, a Family application can  run  on  all  the
systems  units  supported  by  the  Operating  System/2  and  IBM
Personal Computer Disk Operating  System  Version  4.0.    Family
applications   are   created  by  using  the  Family  Application
Programming Interface of OS/2.
PROGRAMMING REQUIREMENTS

An  application  developer  should  purchase  the  IBM  Operating
System/2  Programmer Toolkit and IBM Operating System/2 Technical
Reference. The OS/2 Programmer Toolkit, Version 1.1  is  required
to  create  an  IBM  Operating  System/2  application  using  the
Presentation Manager graphics and windowing  functions.  The  IBM
Operating  System/2  Programmer  Toolkit Version 1.1 requires IBM
Operating System/2 Version 1.1 and accompanying manuals.
COMPATIBILITY
With the exceptions detailed in IBM Programming Announcement "IBM
OS/2 Standard Edition V1.1  Available"  dated  22  November  1988
programs  designed  to  run under OS/2 Version 1.0 will run under
Version 1.1 and do not need to be reinstalled.
MIGRATION
IBM  Operating  System/2 Version Extended Edition 1.1 is provided
as a replacement product for  purchasers  of  Operating  System/2
Extended  Edition  Version  1.0. Applications intended for use on
Version 1.0 may be used on Version 1.1 without modification.
Users of IBM DOS may run many of their existing  applications  in
DOS mode under OS/2.
CONVERSION
None
COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER SUPPORT FOR EUROPEAN KEYBOARDS
IBM  Operating  System/2  Extended  Edition Version 1.1 (English)
contains pre-configured  communication  configuration  files  for
several  commonly  used communication configurations. These files
are pre-configured  for  US  keyboards.  Also  supplied  are  all
European keyboard configurations in a separate file (ACSCFG.CFG).
European  users  are  able  to  configure  their system for their
country by using the US  configuration  file  that  most  closely
meets  their  communication requirements and copying into it from
the supplied library their country keyboard  configuration  using
the method described in the product publications.
PLANNING INFORMATION
The  OS/2  Information and Planning Guide (G360-2650-01) contains
planning information, including memory, fixed  disk,  and  system
unit requirements for typical systems.
CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES
Customers  should  read  the  information  contained  in the OS/2
Development Product Information booklet supplied  with  IBM  OS/2
Extended  Edition Version 1.1, to determine whether they need the
Device Support Supplement. If the  Supplement  is  needed,  users
should   contact   their  IBM  Marketing  Representative  or  IBM
Authorised Remarketer for further information.
Refer to the "Upgrades" section of this announcement for  details
of   available  upgrades  to  IBM  OS/2  Extended  Edition  V1.1.
Customers will be required to prove entitlement to the  requested
upgrade as specified in the referenced section.
Software   developers   should   read   the  information  in  IBM
Programming  Announcement  "IBM  OS/2   Standard   Edition   V1.1
Available"  dated  22  November  1988, for information on linking
programs for version 1.1 and details of compiler requirements.
INSTALLABILITY
Installation  information  is  contained in a publication shipped
with the product. To  install  IBM  OS/2  refer  to  the  Getting
Started publication.
PROGRAM SERVICES
Assistance  with  DEFECT  RELATED  queries  will  be  provided to
registered IBM Customer Technical Support  Locations  (CTSLs)  by
the  country  specified  IBM Support Centre and to IBM Authorised
Remarketers by the country External Channel Support Centre.  Such
service will be in accordance with the Service Statement included
in  the  program package, and will be available until the Service
End Date, 31 March 1990.
Assistance with non-defect related queries will  be  provided  to
Customer Technical Support Locations (CTSLs) by SE or the country
designated support group and to IBM Authorised Remarketers by the
External Channel Support Centre.
The  IBM  customer  should establish a Customer Technical Support
Location (CTSL) to act as the focal point for end user assistance
within the customer's organisation. The CTSL  will  also  be  the
contact point with IBM for technical queries.
The CTSL or IBM Authorised Remarketer should:
o   Have  available  "IBM  OS/2  Extended  Edition  V1.1  Problem
Determination Guide for the Service Co-ordinator" - Order  Number
SC19-5167, Part Number 38F1887;
o Answer end user hardware and software technical questions;
o  Perform  problem  determination  to  determine if a problem is
related to hardware or software;
o Perform problem source identification to identify  the  program
which is the source of the problem;
o Carry out problem analysis procedures as recommended by IBM;
o Distribute corrections to the end users that they support.
PACKAGING:  The  3.5  inch  diskette  version  of  IBM  Operating
System/2 Extended Edition  V1.1  will  be  shipped  on  3.5  inch
(1.44MB)  dual-sided  diskettes.  The  5.25 inch diskette version
will be shipped on 5.25 inch (1.2MB) dual-sided diskettes.
The following documentation will be included:
o Proof of Entitlement
o Conditions of Use Information
o Getting Started
o User's Guide
o Command Reference
o System Editor Guide
o Guide to Information
o Structured Query Language (SQL) Concepts
o Keyboard Layouts
o OS/2 Development Products Information
o Communications Template (AT Keyboard) (in 5.25" package only)
o  Communications Template (Enhanced Keyboard) (in 3.5" and 5.25"
packages)
Online Information
o OS/2 Extended Edition Online Overview
o Online Helps
o LAN Requester online reference (Requires IBM  OS/2  LAN  Server
Program)
The Device Driver Supplement consists of the following materials:
o Instructions for use
o  Device  Driver  Diskettes  :  3.5  inch (1.44MB) and 5.25 inch
(1.2MB)
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SECURITY, AUDITABILITY AND CONTROL
User management is responsible  for  evaluation,  selection,  and
implementation  of  security features, administrative procedures,
and appropriate controls in application systems and communication
facilities.
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
ORDERING INFORMATION
Consult your IBM Marketing Representative.
CHARGES, TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Consult  your  IBM  Marketing  Representative  for the applicable
charges :
o One-Time Charge
o Upgrade Charge
A one-time Upgrade Charge is  available  to  customers  who  have
purchased the products listed in the section "Upgrades".
Proof  of Entitlement to these Program Upgrades are also detailed
in the section "Upgrades".
Program Upgrades will be available until 30 September 1989.
Customers acquiring the above listed products through an  upgrade
charge  will be required to destroy or erase all program material
and related documentation of the program for which the upgrade is
acquired.
Programs acquired via an upgrade charge  will  not  count  toward
contract  quantities  of the Volume Procurement Amendment and the
upgrade charge will not be discounted.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
AGREEMENT
This program is  available  from  IBM  under  the  agreement  for
purchase of IBM products. If acquired as a program package, it is
subject  to the Conditions of Use contained therein.  If acquired
as Authorised Copies, it is subject to the terms of Authorisation
to Copy - IBM Conditions of Use Programs.
The Conditions of Use authorise the customer to use  the  program
on only one machine at any one time.
Authorisation   to   Copy  permits  customers  to  make  and  use
Authorised Copies of the program media and documentation  on  the
basis  of  a  charge  relating to the number of Authorised Copies
required. Consult your IBM Marketing Representative  for  further
information.
Volume   discount  is  available  under  the  Volume  Procurement
Amendment for Machines and Program.
This program will be included in Category A of Exhibit 8 (COU-0).
The program is eligible for the Customer Fulfilment Option.
EDUCATIONAL ALLOWANCE
Educational Allowance is available.

Academic Use Allowance is not available for this program.
WARRANTY
IBM  standard warranty of media. Warranty period 3 months (or the
period required by local legislation, if greater).
AUTHORIZATION TO COPY:
The program and its upgrades are eligible  for  Authorization  to
Copy  under  which  customers  may  copy  its  program  media and
associated documentation on the basis of a  one-time  charge  for
each   Authorised  Copy  required.  Consult  your  IBM  Marketing
Representative for further details.
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