IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition Version 1.3


Table of Contents

IBM Announcement Letter No. ZP90-0529 dated October 30, 1990.

  • Title
  • Abstract
  • Program Number
  • Highlights
  • Description
  • USER PRODUCTIVITY
  • BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
  • GROWTH ENABLEMENT
  • Publications
  • Technical Information
  • Specified Operating Environment
  • Planning Information
  • Security, Auditability and Control

  • IBM Announcement Letter No. ZP90-0529 dated October 30, 1990.


    See final section for details of availability and limitations.

    Title

    IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition Version 1.3

    Abstract

    OS/2 Extended Edition Version 1.3 has been enhanced to provide increased performance in memory-constrained environments while reducing the minimum memory requirement from 3.5 MB to 3.0 MB.

    OS/2 EE Version 1.3 provides enhanced font support

    ACDI calls can be re-directed across a LAN to the LAN Asynchronous Connection Server Version 2.0 which provides line and modem pooling facilities for Asynchronous connections.

    The Database Manager DOS Database Requester supports Ethernet DIX V2.0 and IEEE 802.3.

    OS/2 EE Version 1.3 supports the newly announced systems as described in the Specified Operating Environment section.

    (1).Trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated (Calif. Corporation); Mountain View, CA.

    The National Language Versions of OS/2 Extended Edition V1.2 were scheduled for availability beginning June 30, 1990. Problems were encountered during the translation and National Language creation process that could not be resolved in time to meet the delivery plans.

    In order to provide high quality National Language Versions of OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3, at approximately the same time frame that the proper quality NLS V1.2 could have been available, IBM will not ship NLS V1.2 as announced. Customers will receive a quality National Language version, plus, benefit from the enhancements in OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3.

    Service is being extended on OS/2 Extended Edition V1.1 as described in PLET ZS900120.

    General Availability

    UK English versions will be available January, 1991. Other language versions (except German) be available April, 1991. These include: Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish. The German language version will be available June, 1991.

    Program Number

      OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 3.5":
             5669-336 (87F1000) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1001) - French
             5669-336 (87F1002) - German
             5669-336 (87F1004) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1003) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1005) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1007) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1006) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1008) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1009) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1010) - Portuguese
     
      OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 5.25":
             5669-336 (87F1251) - UK English
     
      Upgrade from DOS to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1143) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1144) - French
             5669-336 (87F1145) - German
             5669-336 (87F1146) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1147) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1148) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1149) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1150) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1151) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1152) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1153) - Portuguese
     
      Upgrade from DOS to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3
      (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5985) - UK English
     
      Upgrade from IBM OS/2 Extended  Edition V1.0, V1.1 or V1.2
      (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1154) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1155) - French
             5669-336 (87F1156) - German
             5669-336 (87F1157) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1158) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1159) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1160) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1161) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1162) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1163) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1164) - Portuguese
     
      Upgrade from IBM OS/2 Extended  Edition V1.0, V1.1 or V1.2
      (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5986) - UK English
     
      Upgrade from IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 English
      to Language Version (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1165) - French
             5669-336 (87F1166) - German
             5669-336 (87F1167) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1168) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1169) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1170) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1171) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1172) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1173) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1174) - Portuguese
     
      Upgrade from IBM OS/2 Standard Edition V1.0, V1.1, V1.2
      or V1.3 (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition
      V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1175) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1176) - French
             5669-336 (87F1177) - German
             5669-336 (87F1178) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1179) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1180) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1181) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1182) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1183) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1184) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1185) - Portuguese
     
      Upgrade from IBM OS/2 Standard Edition V1.0, V1.1, V1.2,
      or V1.3 (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition
      V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5987) - UK English
     
      Upgrade from IBM  3270 Emulation Program, Entry  Level,
      V1.1 or V1.2, (3.5"  or 5.25") to IBM OS/2  Extended
      Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1197) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1198) - French
             5669-336 (87F1199) - German
             5669-336 (87F1200) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1201) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1202) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1203) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1204) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1205) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1206) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1207) - Portuguese
     
      Upgrade from IBM  3270 Emulation Program, Entry  Level,
      V1.1 or V1.2, (3.5"  or 5.25") to IBM OS/2  Extended
      Edition V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5989) - UK English
     
      Upgrade from IBM 3270 Emulation  Program, Version 3.0,
      (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1208) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1209) - French
             5669-336 (87F1210) - German
             5669-336 (87F1211) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1212) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1213) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1214) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1215) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1216) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1217) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1218) - Portuguese
     
      Upgrade from IBM 3270 Emulation  Program, Version 3.0,
      (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5990) - UK English
     
      Upgrade from IBM 3270 Workstation Program V1.0 or V1.1
      (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1219) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1220) - French
             5669-336 (87F1221) - German
             5669-336 (87F1222) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1223) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1224) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1225) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1226) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1227) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1228) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1229) - Portuguese
     
      Upgrade from IBM 3270 Workstation Program V1.0 or V1.1
      (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5991) - UK English
     
      Upgrade from IBM Personal Communications/3270 (3.5"
      or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1230) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1231) - French
             5669-336 (87F1232) - German
             5669-336 (87F1233) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1234) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1235) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1236) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1237) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1238) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1239) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1240) - Portuguese
     
      Upgrade from IBM Personal Communications/3270 (3.5"
      or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5992) - UK English
     
      Upgrade from IBM PC LAN Program (any version) to the IBM
      OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (70F7271) - UK English
             5669-336 (70F7272) - French
             5669-336 (70F7273) - German
             5669-336 (70F7274) - Italian
             5669-336 (70F7275) - Spanish
             5669-336 (70F7276) - Danish
             5669-336 (70F7277) - Finnish
             5669-336 (70F7278) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (70F7279) - Swedish
             5669-336 (70F7280) - Dutch
             5669-336 (70F7281) - Portuguese
     
      Upgrade from IBM PC LAN Program (any version) to IBM OS/2
      Extended Edition V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F7282) - UK English
     
      IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1241) - any language
     
      Upgrade from DOS to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1242) - any language
     
      Upgrade from IBM  OS/2 Extended Edition V1.0, V1.1 or V1.2
      to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1243) - any language
     
      Upgrade from IBM  OS/2 Standard Edition V1.0, V1.1, V1.2
      or V1.3 to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1245) - any language
     
      Upgrade from IBM  3270 Emulation Program, Entry  Level,
      V1.1 or V1.2, to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1247) - any language
     
      Upgrade from IBM 3270 Emulation Program, Version 3.0,
      to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1248) - any language
     
      Upgrade from  IBM 3270 Workstation  Program V1.0 or
      V1.1 to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1249) - any language
     
      Upgrade from  IBM Personal Communications/3270 to
      IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1250) - any language
     
      Upgrade from IBM PC LAN Program (any version) to IBM OS/2
      Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
               5775-AB9 (70F7283) - any language
    

    Availability of National Languages

    OS/2 Extended Edition has National Language Support for thirteen languages: Canadian French, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, UK English, United States/Universal English.

    Availability of UK English is January 1991.

    Availability of the NLS versions is April, 1991.

    Service will be in accordance with the Service Statement included in the program package, and will be available until Service End Date, April 30, 1992.

      OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 3.5":
             5669-336 (87F1000) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1001) - French
             5669-336 (87F1002) - German
             5669-336 (87F1004) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1003) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1005) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1007) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1006) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1008) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1009) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1010) - Portuguese
      OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 5.25":
             5669-336 (87F1251) - UK English
      Upgrade from DOS to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1143) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1144) - French
             5669-336 (87F1145) - German
             5669-336 (87F1146) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1147) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1148) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1149) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1150) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1151) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1152) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1153) - Portuguese
      Upgrade from DOS to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5985) - UK English
      Upgrade from IBM OS/2 Extended  Edition V1.0, V1.1 or V1.2
      (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1154) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1155) - French
             5669-336 (87F1156) - German
             5669-336 (87F1157) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1158) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1159) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1160) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1161) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1162) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1163) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1164) - Portuguese
      Upgrade from IBM OS/2 Extended  Edition V1.0, V1.1 or V1.2
      (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5986) - UK English
      Upgrade from IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 English
      to Language Version (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1165) - French
             5669-336 (87F1166) - German
             5669-336 (87F1167) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1168) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1169) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1170) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1171) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1172) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1173) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1174) - Portuguese
    Upgrade from IBM OS/2 Standard Edition V1.0, V1.1, V1.2 or V1.3
      (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1175) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1176) - French
             5669-336 (87F1177) - German
             5669-336 (87F1178) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1179) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1180) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1181) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1182) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1183) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1184) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1185) - Portuguese
      Upgrade from IBM OS/2 Standard Edition V1.0, V1.1, V1.2,
      or V1.3 (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition
      V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5987) - UK English
      Upgrade from IBM  3270 Emulation Program, Entry  Level,
      V1.1 or V1.2, (3.5"  or 5.25") to IBM OS/2  Extended
      Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1197) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1198) - French
             5669-336 (87F1199) - German
             5669-336 (87F1200) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1201) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1202) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1203) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1204) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1205) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1206) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1207) - Portuguese
      Upgrade from IBM  3270 Emulation Program, Entry  Level,
      V1.1 or V1.2, (3.5"  or 5.25") to IBM OS/2  Extended
      Edition V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5989) - UK English
      Upgrade from IBM 3270 Emulation  Program, Version 3.0,
      (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1208) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1209) - French
             5669-336 (87F1210) - German
             5669-336 (87F1211) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1212) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1213) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1214) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1215) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1216) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1217) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1218) - Portuguese
      Upgrade from IBM 3270 Emulation  Program, Version 3.0,
      (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5990) - UK English
      Upgrade from IBM 3270 Workstation Program V1.0 or V1.1
      (3.5" or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1219) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1220) - French
             5669-336 (87F1221) - German
             5669-336 (87F1222) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1223) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1224) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1225) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1226) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1227) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1228) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1229) - Portuguese
      Upgrade from IBM 3270 Workstation Program V1.0 or V1.1 (3.5"
      or 5.25") to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5991) - UK English
      Upgrade from IBM Personal Communications/3270 (3.5" or 5.25")
      to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (87F1230) - UK English
             5669-336 (87F1231) - French
             5669-336 (87F1232) - German
             5669-336 (87F1233) - Italian
             5669-336 (87F1234) - Spanish
             5669-336 (87F1235) - Danish
             5669-336 (87F1236) - Finnish
             5669-336 (87F1237) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (87F1238) - Swedish
             5669-336 (87F1239) - Dutch
             5669-336 (87F1240) - Portuguese
      Upgrade from IBM Personal Communications/3270 (3.5" or 5.25")
      to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F5992) - UK English
      Upgrade from IBM PC LAN Program (any version) to the IBM
      OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 (3.5"):
             5669-336 (70F7271) - UK English
             5669-336 (70F7272) - French
             5669-336 (70F7273) - German
             5669-336 (70F7274) - Italian
             5669-336 (70F7275) - Spanish
             5669-336 (70F7276) - Danish
             5669-336 (70F7277) - Finnish
             5669-336 (70F7278) - Norwegian
             5669-336 (70F7279) - Swedish
             5669-336 (70F7280) - Dutch
             5669-336 (70F7281) - Portuguese
     
      Upgrade from IBM PC LAN Program (any version) to IBM OS/2
      Extended Edition V1.3 (5.25"):
             5669-336 (70F7282) - UK English
      IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1241) - any language
      Upgrade from DOS to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1242) - any language
      Upgrade from IBM  OS/2 Extended Edition V1.0, V1.1 or V1.2
      to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1243) - any language
      Upgrade from IBM  OS/2 Standard Edition V1.0, V1.1, V1.2
      or V1.3 to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1245) - any language
      Upgrade from IBM  3270 Emulation Program, Entry  Level,
      V1.1 or V1.2, to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1247) - any language
      Upgrade from IBM 3270 Emulation Program, Version 3.0,
      to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1248) - any language
      Upgrade from  IBM 3270 Workstation  Program V1.0 or
      V1.1 to IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1249) - any language
      Upgrade from  IBM Personal Communications/3270 to
      IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
             5775-AB9 (87F1250) - any language
      Upgrade from IBM PC LAN Program (any version) to IBM OS/2
      Extended Edition V1.3 - DUA
               5775-AB9 (70F7283) - any language
    

    Availability of National Languages

    OS/2 Extended Edition has National Language Support for thirteen languages: Canadian French, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, UK English.

    Availability of UK English is January 1991.

    Availability of all NLS versions (except German) is April, 1991. Availability of the German version is June, 1991.

    Service will be in accordance with the Service Statement included in the program package, and will be available until Service End Date, April 30, 1992.

    Highlights


    Description

    USER PRODUCTIVITY

    PERFORMANCE

    OS/2 Extended Edition Version 1.3 performs system functions faster than OS/2 EE V1.2 in memory-constrained environments. A memory-constrained environment is caused when applications over commit system memory and disk swapping is necessary.

    For many applications the improved program load facility of OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 provides a performance enhancement of two to three times faster than OS/2 EE V1.2 when loading programs from Servers to Requesters. Enhancements for any given application may vary outside of this range. The performance is influenced by the amount of code the application preloads at start up time.

    The minimum memory requirement is reduced from 3.5 MB to 3.0 MB. This minimum memory will allow a Communications Manager application, such as Terminal Emulation or LAN Requester, to operate concurrently with a DOS Compatibility mode application.

    Environments that require more than 3.0 MB of memory include using the Database Manager, multiple communication protocols, or large OS/2 applications. Users should ensure that they have the capability to expand their memory beyond 3.0 MB.

    INSTALLABILITY

    The Communications Manager Batch Configuration Utility used to create, delete and modify profiles has been enhanced to add SNA Gateway, and extend 3270 emulation, SNA/APPC, SDLC, and LAN environments. System Administrators can take advantage of these facilities to make configuration in the new areas more streamlined.

    The Print Manager simplifies the installation of printers and printer device drivers. It contains the interface to a new industry standard Print Spooler that is fast, efficient, and simplifies printing over a Local Area Network.

    OS/2 Installation now allows optional base operating system functions to be selectively written to disk. This permits a reduction in fixed disk requirements and allows additional fixed disk space for user programs and data.

    BUSINESS SOLUTIONS

    FUNCTIONALITY

    OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 includes Adobe Type Manager and will be shipped with IBM's core set of fonts. Adobe Type Manager accepts Adobe Type 1 outline fonts to provide high quality typographic text in a full range of sizes and styles to all supported printers and displays. This provides, "What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) technology for OS/2 Presentation Manager (PM) applications. Over 600 different Typefaces available in Adobe Type 1 Font format can now be used with OS/2.

    The core fonts are Times New Roman, (R) (3) Times New Roman Bold, Times New Roman Italic, Times New Roman Bold Italic, Helvetica, (TM) (4) Helvetica Bold, Helvetica Italic, Helvetica Bold Italic, Courier, Courier Bold, Courier Italic, Courier Bold Italic and Symbol font.

    Adobe Type Manager requires no new application programming interfaces and works with existing OS/2 applications that use Presentation Manager Outline Fonts.

    AVIO fonts are provided allowing a user to select a suitable command line window font to match the system display.

    The Communications Manager component of OS/2 EE has several enhancements including the ability for ACDI calls to be re-directed across a LAN. This allows OS/2 EE ASCII terminal emulation users to use the modem and line pooling facilities of the IBM LAN Asynchronous Connection Server Version 2.0. For more details, refer to PLET ZP90-0387 dated 5 September 1990.

    Etherand LAN support for the LUA (LU 0, 1, 2, and 3) protocols will help enable solutions for financial and other industry customers that require the combination of LUA applications over etherand LANs.

    3270 emulation users benefit from the additional AVIO display fonts. This allows greater choice to match the application and display environments, and to more fully utilize the entire screen.

    OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 has support for Type 2.1 (T2.1) Nodes. A workstation using OS/2 EE V1.3 can function as a T2.1 node attached to another T2.1 node in the non-subarea network environment. This workstation, when functioning as a peripheral node, can communicate with an SNA subarea network using the T2.1 protocol if the proper levels of NCP and VTAM are used. T2.1 node support allows parallel LU6.2 sessions.

    The DOS Database Requester supports the IBM Token-Ring, IBM PC Network, and ethernet LAN environments. Either the LAN Server V1.3 or the LAN Support Program are required for ethernet LAN support. The DOS Database Requester Workstation requires the installation of the LAN Support Program V1.2 and DOS 3.3 or later to support the NETBIOS session used to communicate with the OS/2 Extended Edition Database Manager server.

    GROWTH ENABLEMENT

    EXPLOITATION

    OS/2 Extended Edition supports the newly announced PS/2 hardware as described in the Specified Operating Environment section.

    Publications

    The following publications comprise the technical library for IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 and are designated as orderable by part number from Remarketers. They are also orderable via normal IBM channels.

               Title                       Part No.    Order No.
    

    Integrating OS/2 Workstations into 01F9434 G01F-9434 Enterprise Networks Database Manager Administrator's 01F0291 S01F-0291 Guide Database Manager Programming Guide 01F0292 S01F-0292 and Reference Database Manager Structured Query 01F0293 S01F-0293 Language (SQL) Reference Systems Administrator's Guide 01F0302 S01F-0302 for Communications ACDI Programming Reference 01F0294 S01F-0294 ACDI Redirection Information Guide 33F9435 S33F-9435 APPC Programming Reference 01F0295 S01F-0295 EHLLAPI Programming Reference 01F0297 S01F-0297 Conventional LU Application 01F0298 S01F-0298 Programming Reference ECF Server-Requester (SRPI) 01F0296 S01F-0296 Programming Reference X.25 Programming Reference 01F0303 S01F-0303 Realtime Interface Co-Processor 01F0300 S01F-0300 Multiport/2 Device Driver Programming Reference Programming Services and Advanced 01F0299 S01F-0299 Problem Determination Services and Advanced Problem Determination for Communications (This information also contained in S01F-0301) Problem Determination Guide for the 87F1090 S87F-1090 Service Coordinator (Includes a copy of S01F-0299) Commands Reference 01F0290 S01F-0290 Procedures Language 2/REXX Users Guide 01F0272 S01F-0272 Procedures Language 2/REXX Reference 01F0271 S01F-0271 One (1) copy of each of the above 70F1640 SBOF-7563 publications

    "IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition Version 1.3" precedes each title in the above list except for S01F-0271 and S01F-0272.

    The Commands Reference (S01F-0290) is also available online as part of OS/2 EE V1.3 Program Package.

    OS/2 Extended Edition Keyboard Templates: (Come in packages of 10)

    Keyboard Templates.  Each order number is for a single template.
     
                 Title                     Part No    Order No
    IBM Enhanced Keyboard Template
       for Communications - French        70F6508     S70F-6508
    IBM Enhanced Keyboard Template
       for Communications - German        70F6628     S70F-6628
    IBM Enhanced Keyboard Template
       for Communications - Italian       70F1002     S70F-1002
    IBM Enhanced Keyboard Template
       for Communications - Spanish       70F7013     S70F-7013
    IBM Enhanced Keyboard Template
       for Communications - Portuguese    70F6614     S70F-6614
    IBM Enhanced Keyboard Template
       for Communications - Dutch         87F4129     S87F-4129
    IBM Enhanced Keyboard Template
       for Communications - Swedish       87F4096     S87F-4096
    IBM Enhanced Keyboard Template
       for Communications - Danish        94F5350     S94F-5350
    IBM Enhanced Keyboard Template
       for Communications - Norwegian     70F4096     S70F-4096
    IBM Enhanced Keyboard Template
       for Communications - Finnish       70F6821     S70F-6821
    IBM Enhanced Keyboard Template
       for Communications - UK            87F0138     S87F-0138
    

    Related Publications

    Technical Information

    Specified Operating Environment

    Machine Requirements

    The following system units are supported in addition to the system units previously supported.

    The following diskette drives are supported:

    The following fixed disk drives are supported:

    The following CD-ROM drive is supported:

    The following Communications Adapters are supported:

    The PS/2 2.3 GB Full High SCSI Tape Drive available on the PS/2 Model 95 XP 486 as feature 1121, P/N 6451121 is supported as a tape backup device by the Sytos Plus/IBM OS/2 Tape File Backup Utilities.

    The PS/2 XGA Display Adapter/A is supported.

    The PS/2 Color Display 8515 is supported.

    (R) Registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.

    Compatibility

    OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 is intended to be capable of running the same applications, and operating on the same systems as OS/2 Extended Edition V1.2.

    Limitations

    Query Manager

    The open font interface is not supported by the Query Manager functions.

    Gateway

    The OS/2 SNA Gateway does not support segmentation.

    Planning Information

    INTEROPERABILITY OF IBM LAN SERVERS AND REQUESTERS

    Supported combinations of logon and administration are defined in table 1. PCLP V1.3 addresses Base Services and Extended Services.

    Within a given Domain, when multiple Servers are used, the Servers must be the same version and the same Corrective Service Diskette levels.

    When EE 1.3 is installed on the Requestor machine, the Server machine supporting it is required to have one of the following combinations installed:

    1. OS/2 LAN Server 1.2 with CSD WR04097 and OS/2 EE 1.2
    2. OS/2 LAN Server 1.3 and OS/2 EE 1.3
                                   Table 1.
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    | LAN Requesters    |             Server Domains              |
    |-------------------|-----------------------------------------|
    |                   |Logon |Admin.| PCLP | OS/2 | OS/2 | OS/2 |
    |                   |Funct.|Funct.| V1.3 |  LAN |  LAN |  LAN |
    |                   |      |      |      |Server|Server|Server|
    |                   |      |      |      | V1.0 | V1.2 | V1.3 |
    |-------------------|------|------|------|------|------|------|
    |PCLP V1.3 (BS & ES)|  X   |      |  X   |  X   |      |      |
    |-------------------|------|------|------|------|------|------|
    |PCLP V1.3 (ES)     |      |  X   |  X   |      |      |      |
    |-------------------|------|------|------|------|------|------|
    |OS/2 EE V1.1       |  X   |  X   |      |  X   |      |      |
    |-------------------|------|------|------|------|------|------|
    |OS/2 EE V1.2       |  X   |  X   |      |      |  X   |  X   |
    |-------------------|------|------|------|------|------|------|
    |OS/2 EE V1.3       |  X   |  X   |      |      |  X * |  X   |
    |-------------------|------|------|------|------|------|------|
    |DOS LAN REQ.       |  X   |      |      |      |  X   |  X   |
    |-------------------------------------------------------------|
    |    PCLP = PC Local Area Network (LAN) Program               |
    |    ES   = Extended Services                                 |
    |    EE   = Extended Edition                                  |
    |    V    = Version                                           |
    |    *    = CSD WR04097 must be installed.                    |
    |           It should also be noted that                      |
    |           OS/2 EE on the Server machine                     |
    |           must remain at Version 1.2                        |
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    

    ACCESS OF EXTERNAL RESOURCES ACROSS DOMAINS

    Cross domain access of resources can be accomplished through external resources definitions, which is a full screen interface function. Or through the use of appropriate API's, or by using explicit NET SHARE and NET USE commands. Once a user's ID and PASSWORD are validated, that user can access resources outside of their logged on domain pro- vided the network administrator(s) have shared the resources and pro- vided the appropriate access permission.

                             Table 2.
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    |                  |                     | External Resource  |
    |                  |   Domain Normally   |   Domain to be     |
    | Requester        |     Logged Onto     |     Accessed       |
    |                  |                     ----------------------
    |                  |                     |     | OS/2  | OS/2 |
    |                  |                     |PCLP |  LAN  | LAN  |
    |                  |                     |V1.3 | Server| Server
    |                  |                     |     | V1.0  | V1.2,|
    |                  |                     |     |       | 1.3  |
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    |                  |                     |     |       |      |
    | PCLP V1.3        |PCLP V1.3            | X   |   X   |  X   |
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    |                  |                     |     |       |      |
    | PCLP V1.3        |OS/2 LAN Server V1.0 | X   |   X   |  X   |
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    |                  |                     |     |       |      |
    | OS/2 EE V1.1     |OS/2 LAN Server V1.0 | X   |   X   |  X   |
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    |                  |                     |     |       |      |
    | OS/2 EE V1.2, 1.3|OS/2 LAN Server V1.2,| X   |   X   |  X   |
    |                  |1.3                  |     |       |      |
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    |                  |                     |     |       |      |
    | DOS LAN REQ.     |OS/2 LAN Server V1.2,| X   |   X   |  X   |
    |                  |1.3                  |     |       |      |
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    |     PCLP = PC Local Area Network (LAN) Program              |
    |     EE   = Extended Edition                                 |
    |     V    = Version                                          |
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    

    Adapter testing

    National Software Testing Laboratories, Inc. (NSTL) is an independent laboratory which has indicated to IBM that it plans to offer an OEM ethernet LAN adapter compatibility testing service for OS/2 Extended Edition (EE) V1.3. Manufacturers of Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS)-compliant ethernet LAN adapters will be able, for a fee, to submit their adapters and NDIS drivers to NSTL for compatibility testing with software supporting ethernet DIX V2.0 and IEEE 802.3 protocols provided in the Communication Manager function of OS/2 EE V1.3. OS/2 EE V1.3 Communications Manager's implementation of NDIS is based on the Microsoft publication, "LAN Manager Network Driver Interface Specification, Version 1.0.1", dated May 4, 1988. The specific details of IBM' s implementation will be available from IBM upon request to IBM Corporation, Department D53, 11400 Burnet Road, Austin, Texas, 78758. Any claims of compatibility with OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 will be made by each OEM ethernet LAN adapter manufacturer and/or NSTL. NSTL has advised IBM that NSTL plans to announce availability of this service in the fourth quarter of 1990. Inquiries regarding the service should be directed to NSTL at (215) 941-9600. NSTL certification of an OEM's NDIS-compliant ethernet LAN adapters is not meant in any way to constitute an endorsement of the OEM's products by IBM, and IBM will not warrant nor provide technical or defect support for the claims made by such OEM or NSTL.

    Updated information for ordering API documentation.

    Previous announcements have described a Business Graphics Interface and an Interpretive Services Interface. Instructions were given on how to request information about these interfaces. The address given to request information has been changed to:

      IBM Corp. Entry Systems Division
      Database Management Products
      Department A04/building 814
      11400 Burnet Road
      Austin, Texas 78758
    

    Sytos Plus/IBM OS/2 File Backup Utilities

    The Sytos Plus/IBM OS/2 File Backup Utilities can be used with OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 to backup and restore stand-alone and network server workstations.

    MEMORY WORKSHEET

    The minimum memory requirement for an Operating System/2 mode only environment is 3.0MB. This minimum memory will allow users in Operating System/2 mode to execute a Communications Manager terminal emulation application, and an application program, such as a spreadsheet application comparable to existing IBM DOS applications. Users should ensure that they have the capability to expand their memory beyond 3.0MB. Environments likely to require incremental memory include concurrent IBM DOS-mode applications, multiple communications protocols, or concurrent communications and database applications. PS/2 Model 70 (8570) Models E61, 121 and PS/2 Model 80 (8580) Models 111 and 311 uses 128KB of memory for hardware system use. Memory planning information is available in the "Information and Planning Guide".

    The following worksheets can be used to help determine capacity requirements for a particular OS/2 configuration.

    Memory Estimating Worksheet

                                               Recommended
    Function                                   Memory (MB)  User
    -----------------------------------------  -----------  -------
    Operating System:
       Base (required)                             1.5      -------
       DOS Compatibility (1)                       0.5      -------
       High Performance File System (HPFS)         0.3      -------
       Active Spooling (while printing)            0.3      -------
       System Performance Buffer (2)               0.5      -------
     
    Communications Manager:
       Base (required for communications)          0.1      -------
       3270 Terminal Emulation (3)                 0.3      -------
       3270 host print and host printer emulation  0.3      -------
       SNA Gateway (4)                             0.1      -------
       5250 Work Station Feature (4)               0.2      -------
       ASCII Terminal Emulation                    0.3      -------
       APPC                                        0.4      -------
       LUA (4)                                     0.2      -------
       File Transfer (5)                           0.3      -------
     
    Database Manager: (6)
       Database Services - stand alone             1.3      -------
       Database Requester (7)                      0.5      -------
       Database Server (7)                         1.5      -------
          Per additional concurrent process        0.15     -------
       Query Manager                               1.6      -------
     
    LAN Requester (8)                              0.4      -------
     
    LAN Server V1.3 (separate product) (9)         2.3      -------
     
    OS/2 Applications (10)                                  -------
     
    Applications Data (11)                                  -------
     
                                             Total      -----------
    Notes:
    (1) Automatically installed but removable by changing the
        PROTECTONLY=NO statement in the CONFIG.SYS file to
        PROTECTONLY=YES. This memory is optionally available to
        OS/2 applications whenever the DOS mode is in the
        background.
    (2) This additional system memory allows better performance
        for transient conditions such as program loading,
        program termination and print spooling.
    (3) If the 3270 connection is LAN, SDLC, or X.25 (that is,
        not a DFT coax connection), also include APPC
    (4) APPC is a prerequisite for this function. (Add the APPC
        recommended memory to the total only once.)
    (5) Concurrent file transfer function requires 0.3Mb for each
        session
    (6) Additional memory for Database buffer pool or sort heaps
        may be required depending on the user's workload
    (7) Includes the necessary Database Services code.
        Communications Manager Base and APPC are also required
        for Remote Date Services.
    (8) Communications Manager base is a prerequisite for LAN
        Requester. If the LAN Requester full screen panels are
        not used (that is, only the command line interface is
        used) then reduce the 0.4MB to 0.1 MB.
    (9) This depends on the installation parameters. Refer to the
        "IBM OS/2 LAN Server Network Administrator's Reference"
        for more information.
    (10) Provided by the supplier of the application
    (11) Dependent on the application and the user
    

    To estimate memory requirements, add the recommended memory size for the operating system base to the size for each installed function and application, plus an allowance for user data buffer requirements.

    The numbers shown in the above worksheet give the recommended memory size in MB for concurrent operation of designated OS/2 functions. These numbers reflect the working set of the OS/2 functions listed, not the total size of all the code and data areas that comprise the functions. The quantities shown assume an acceptable degree of swapping. Refer to 'Memory Management Techniques' in the "OS/2 Information and Planning Guide" for a description of the method used to develop these quantities.

    The memory requirement is less if the user does not execute all installed functions and applications concurrently. In that case, the required memory size is the sum of the base operating system and the particular functions and applications the user wishes to execute concurrently, plus an allowance for user data. Using less than the recommended memory size may increase the time to switch from one function or application to another, reduce keystroke responsiveness, reduce throughput, and increase the size of the swap data file (identified in the fixed disk estimating worksheet).

    FIXED DISK WORKSHEET

    A minimum of 30Mb of fixed disk is required on one or more disk drives. This will allow a user in Operating System/2 mode to execute a Communications Manager application, and an application program, such as a spreadsheet application comparable to existing IBM DOS applications. Users should ensure that they have the capability to expand their fixed disk beyond 30Mb. In addition to space for user-written programs and data files, some examples of environments likely to increase disk requirements are concurrent installation of the Communications and Database Managers, and the extent to which execution of concurrent applications occurs (requires segment swap areas). In these cases, users should ensure that they have the capability to expand their fixed disk beyond 30Mb. Fixed disk planning information is provided in "The Information and Planning Guide".

    Fixed Disk Estimating Worksheet

                                               Required
                                               Fixed
    Functions                                  Disk (MB)    User
    -----------------------------------------  -----------  -------
    Operating System:
       Base (required) (1)                         9.5      -------
       Base (optional) (2)                         3.5      -------
       Segment swap data set (3)                   2.5      -------
     
    Communications Manager:
       Base (required for communications)          2.7      -------
       3270 Terminal Emulation                     0.6      -------
       SNA Gateway (4)                             0.2      -------
       5250 Work Station Feature (4)               0.3      -------
       ASCII terminal emulation                    0.4      -------
       APPC                                        0.3      -------
       LAN Communications (5)                      0.3      -------
       X.25 Communications                         0.9      -------
       Configuration Services                      2.9      -------
       Terminal emulation keyboard remap           0.3      -------
       Programming Interfaces (API's)              1.3      -------
       LUA (4)                                     0.2      -------
     
    Database Manager:
       Database Services (standalone)              3.0      -------
       Database Requester (6)                      2.4      -------
       Database Server (6)                         3.2      -------
          For each additional database (7)         1.1      -------
       Query Manager                               3.2      -------
     
    LAN Requester (8)                              4.6      -------
     
    LAN Server V1.3 (minimum)                      6.2      -------
     
    OS/2 applications (9)                                   -------
     
    Applications data (10)                                  -------
     
                                             Total      -----------
    Notes:
     
    (1) Includes components unique to Extended Edition. For
         Standard Edition, reduce this amount by 2.1MB
     
    (2) Approximate total of individually selectable options:
        SE Documentation = 0.5MB, EE Documentation = 0.5MB,
        Adobe fonts = 0.4MB, PM fonts = 0.5MB, HPFS = 0.3MB,
        Country support = 0.1MB, System utilities = 0.5MB,
        DOS utilities = 0.2MB, Picture utilities = 0.3MB,
        Diagnostic utilities = 0.2MB.
     
    (3) A 2MB to 4MB swap area is adequate for many environments.
        However, the swap area  is   dynamically  allocated   as
        applications require more  memory than is available. A swap
        data set larger or smaller than shown may be needed.
     
    (4) APPC is required for this function.
     
         (Include the APPC requirement  in the calculations only
         once.)
     
    (5) Add this number for each type of LAN adapter that is
        installed.
     
    (6) Communications Manager base and APPC are prerequisties for
        Remote Data Services.    If  the DOS Database Requester is
        installed on the Database Server,   an additional 1.1MB is
        required.
     
    (7) This number is for table definitions and internal
        structures for each database.  This number is subject to
        many variables, such as additional (secondary) or larger
        log files and temporary work files, and does not include
        user data. Actual fixed disk requirements may differ.
     
    (8) Communications Manager base is a prerequisite for LAN
        Requester
     
    (9) Provided by the supplier of the application.
     
    (10) Dependent on the appliation and the user.
    

    Customer Responsibilities

    IBM Conditions of Use apply to all Dual Media packages, thus the program in a package may only be used on a single machine at any one time, even though the program may be provided in the package on two different sized media. If a customer wishes to use an IBM Conditions of Use program concurrently on more than one machine at a time, irrespective of the size of the medium, he must acquire that number of program packages equal to the number of concurrent users of the program.

    Packaging

    OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 will be shipped on 3.5 inch (1.44MB) dual-sided diskettes. Both 3.5 inch (1.44MB) dual-sided diskettes or 5.25 inch (1.2MB) dual-sided diskettes are separately available in UK English.

    The following documentation will be included:

    IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition Version 1.3 precedes each title in the above list.

    Security, Auditability and Control

    Security features are the same as provided by OS/2 Extended Edition V1.2.

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

    Charges

    Consult your IBM Marketing Representative.

    A one-time Upgrade Charge is available to customers who have purchased various programs as specified in the announcement letter for IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3.

    The customer is required to have Proof of Entitlement for the quantity of upgrades taken.

    In addition, owners of any language version of OS/2 Extended Edition V1.0, V1.1, or V1.2, including ATC versions, will be entitled to obtain an upgrade to any of the specified language versions of OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 at no charge from IBM for a period of 120 days from availability of IBM OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3 in the language version being upgraded to.

    A customer may choose to take the upgrade in a mixture of program packages and Authorized Copies. The quantity of upgrades taken as program packages may not exceed the quantity of program package versions of IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition V1.0, V1.1, and V1.2, currently owned by the customer and for which the customer has Proof of Entitlement. The total quantity of all types of upgrades taken, both program packages and Authorized Copies, may not exceed the total quantity of program packages and Authorized Copies of IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition V1.0, V1.1, and V1.2, currently owned by the customer and for which the customer has Proof of Entitlement.

    Further, a special language version upgrade offering is available, for a limited time, for OS/2 Extended Edition V1.3.

    Customers who purchase IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition V1.3, English, will be entitled to obtain an upgrade to any one of the specified non-English language versions of IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition V1.3 at no charge from IBM for a period of 120 days from the availability of IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition V1.3 in the language version to be upgraded to. Such upgrades are available in program package version, and the quantity of upgrades taken cannot exceed the quantity of program package versions of IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition V1.3, English, currently owned by the customer and for which the customer has Proof of Entitlement.

    Authorized Copies of IBM Operating System/2 Extended Edition V1.3, English, made under the terms of the Distribution and Usage Authorization of IBM Programs (DUA), do not require an upgrade to any of the specified non-English language versions. The DUA terms allow the customer to use any mix of language versions of the Program specified in the Attachment to the DUA, provided that the total number of Authorized Copies distributed of each Program specified in the Attachment never exceeds the Authorized Quantity for that Part Number, as specified in the Attachment.

    Customers acquiring OS/2 Extended Edition, 1.3 through an upgrade charge (including a no-charge upgrade) will be required to destroy or erase all program material and related documentation of the program for which the upgrade is acquired.

    Programs acquired through an upgrade charge are included in the Eligible Program List for Personal Computer/Personal System Program Upgrades, and are eligible for volume discounting under the Terms and Conditions for IBM Volume Discount. These program upgrades will be included into dependent Category B of Exhibit 8 and Exhibit 8E.

    Terms and Conditions

    This program is available from IBM under the Terms and Conditions for Purchase, and is subject to the Conditions of Use contained in the program package.

    The Conditions of Use authorize the customer to use the program on only one machine at any one time.

    Volume Discount

    Volume discount is available under the Terms and Conditions for IBM Volume Discount. This program will be included into Category A of Exhibit 8 and Exhibit 8E.

    The program is eligible for the Customer Fulfilment Option.

    Educational Allowance

    Educational Allowance is available.
    Academic Use Allowance is not available for this program.

    Special Educational Allowance for Vol. Orders

    The Distribution & Usage Authorization is available under the Special Educational Allowance for Volume Orders of Authorization to Copy Selected IBM PC-PS/2 Conditions of Use Programs. Consult your IBM Marketing Representative for details.

    Warranty

    IBM standard warranty of media. Warranty period 3 months (or the period required by local legislation, if greater).

    Distribution and Usage Authorization

    This program is eligible for the Distribution & Usage Authorization for IBM programs. The customer may make copies upon receipt of an Authorization form which designates the program which may be copied and the quantity of copies authorized. Consult your IBM Marketing Representative for the applicable Charges, Terms and Conditions.

    Program Services

    Assistance with defect related queries will be provided to registered Customer Technical Support Locations (CTSLs) by the country specified technical support group. Such service will be in accordance with the Service Statement included in the program package, and will be available until the Service End Date, April 30, 1992

    CUSTOMER TECHNICAL SUPPORT LOCATION (CSTL)

    The customer should establish a Customer Technical Support Location (CSTL) to act as the focal point for end-user assistance within the customer's organisation. The CTSL will also be the contact point to IBM for technical queries.

    Announcement Countries

    All European, Middle Eastern and African Countries.


    The data in this letter is subject to the disclaimer in Letter ZS90-0112, which is available from IBM on request.

    ************ End of Document ************


    Footnotes:

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