The CORO test driver uses and verifies the commit rollback support on the z/TPF system.
The commit rollback support allows an application to bundle file requests into an all or nothing operation. This means that the application can request any number of file requests be "held" until the application either decides to commit these changes or rollback these changes (which throws all the changes away). The commit rollback support will insure that even if TPF is IPLed during the commit processing, either all of the changes are completed or none of the changes are completed.
The CORO64 test driver is the 64-bit version of the CORO driver. It exhibits the same testing as the CORO driver, but the assembly programs are written and run in 64-bit mode.
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|CORO Users Guide||English||16718|
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