Software lifecycle

ISPF Productivity Tool for z/OS 7.1.x (and 4 others)

 

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ISPF Productivity Tool for z/OS

Version
7.1.x
PID
5655-SPF
License type
IPLA

Lifecycle dates, announcement letters and other information

GA
20-Jul-2012, 212-261
EOM
08-Sep-2014, 914-104
Lifecycle policy
Enhanced

Last updated: 30-Jun-2014.


ISPF Productivity Tool for z/OS

Version
6.1.x
PID
5698-R21
License type
IPLA

Lifecycle dates, announcement letters and other information

GA
27-Mar-2009
EOM
11-Mar-2013, 912-240
EOS
31-Aug-2015, 914-150
Lifecycle policy
Enhanced

Last updated: 09-Sep-2014.


ISPF Productivity Tool for z/OS

Version
5.9.x
PID
5698-A81
License type
IPLA

Lifecycle dates, announcement letters and other information

GA
23-Mar-2007, 207-050
EOS
30-Apr-2011, 910-014
Lifecycle policy
Standard

Last updated: 16-Feb-2010.


ISPF Productivity Tool for z/OS

Version
5.8.x
PID
5698-A81
License type
IPLA

Lifecycle dates, announcement letters and other information

GA
12-Aug-2005, 205-185
EOS
30-Sep-2008, 907-162
Lifecycle policy
Standard

Last updated: 11-Dec-2007.


ISPF Productivity Tool for z/OS

Version
5.10.x
PID
5698-A81
License type
IPLA

Lifecycle dates, announcement letters and other information

GA
07-Mar-2008, 208-039
EOM
07-Sep-2009, 909-110
EOS
30-Apr-2011, 910-014
Lifecycle policy
Standard

Last updated: 24-Jul-2012.

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Lifecycle date definitions

General Availability (GA)
The latest date that a version/release of the product is available to all users, regardless of language or media. A product version/release is not published on the Lifecycle web site until the GA date.
End of Support (EOS)
The last date on which IBM will deliver standard support services for a given version/release of a product.
End of Marketing (EOM)
The effective date on which a part number ceases to be included as active and can no longer be ordered in standard price lists.

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