Ask the Experts Replay: Demystifying Event Processing in CICS
This session unveils the mystery of CICS Event Processing and how organizations can use events to identify and react to situations as they occur. When changes are detected as they happen it can enable orgJoin anizations and their applications to respond in a timely fashion.
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Ask the Experts session
05 June 2014 - 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EDT
|04:04||Do I need to change my CICS applications to get events from them?|
|05:18||Where can events be captured in CICS?|
|11:26||Where can I send events?|
|17:21||What are some of the things that people use CICS events for?|
|23:09||What are some Common "gotchas" when using CICS events?|
|49:44||Open lines for live question and answer period|
|49:57||How heavy is CEP? In other words, how many MIPS consumed does CEP add to an existing CICS transaction if I fire a single event only at the completion of a single program?|
|53:47||Is the CICS Explorer required to set up event processing? If so, are there plans to relax this requirement?|
|1:02:10||End of Call|
Panel of Experts:
|Chris Carlin||Staff Software Engineer, CICS Level 2 Support|
|Wang Chengfang||CICS TS Level 3 Support|
|Catherine Moxey||STSM, Architect for CICS Event Processing Support, Performance & Optimization|
|Andy Wharmby||Developer for CICS Event Processing and Policy Support|
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