Users can create a pipeline that automatically runs Topaz for Total Test tests associated with programs changed in ISPW.
Unit/virtualized testing now removes the need for manual handling of JCL for test cases.
As a user of ISPW, you will be able to create a pipeline that automatically runs Topaz for Total Test tests associated with programs that were changed in ISPW.
When importing components from Git, the Commit information is now stored in ISPW and shown in Assignment and Release views.
ISPW users gain insights for improving SCM productivity by discovering and eliminating bottlenecks.
Companies can now compare themselves against industry benchmarks to get a feel for what "good" looks like across the mainframe industry.
Lines in the Topaz editors can be edited in EBCDIC hex.
Bookmarks and Tasks can now be added in the Topaz editors.
Session date selection allows dates to be pulled forward to other Insight reports during the web session.
Inclusion of percentage changed allows the viewer to better understand performance differences.
Map storage in a CICS Container to a PL/I program's "01" data structure.
Users can now enter alternative PDSE's, or Program Object Libraries, to obtain ESS for an Abend-AID report.
Users can now limit what data is collected by the CSS Member Name.
The ability to add, delete, and list DDF and COPE requests have been added to the Extended Batch Facility.
Developers can more easily coordinate debugging activity across multiple users, especially when working remotely.
ThruPut Manager automatically and intelligently optimizes batch job processing by balancing workload and improving batch throughput.
A single command can change how batch workload is handled depending on priority and need.
Maintenance can now be received similarly to other Compuware products.
A new version combines IAM with IAM/AIX and IAM Dynamic Reorg to provide a single product offering.
Support for IBM Transparent Cloud Tiering allows commands to be sent directly from the disk system to the cloud.
Support for IBM Cascading FlashCopy enables a set of tracks or a volume to be both a source and target of a FlashCopy relationship.
FATSCOPY copies tapes to different types of devices and allows the tapes to be converted or stacked.
Now supports the BMC Control-M/Tape management system.