The SAA Handbook: A Practical Approach to IBM's Systems Application Architecture
This book offers every developer, programmer, and system administrator a useful overview of SAA concepts including its purpose and strategy, and topics including the various SAA environments, the user interface, applications design, and networking standards.
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Access Method action bar AD/Cycle address space APIs APPC application development Application Programming Interfaces application programs application software area network batch bytes CICS COBOL Common User Access Communications Manager connect contains cooperative processing customers data link Database Manager defines device drivers dialog box Dialog Manager disk display documents execution Extended Edition Figure functions graphics hardware IBM products IBM's interactive IPDS ISPF keyboard language lets users mainframe megabytes memory messages mouse multiple MVS/ESA NetView network management offers operating system panel Personal Computer Presentation Manager printer processor product line Programming Interface protocols provides pull-down menu Query Manager REXX SAA environments SDLC session SNA network software products SQL/DS standard subarea subsystem terminal tion Token-Ring transaction processing user interface vendors virtual machine Virtual Storage VSAM VTAM window workstation