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IBM CICS Interdependency Analyzer by Em James

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Command Flow feature
In this chapter, we look at the CICS Interdependency Analyzer (IA) Command Flow feature. The Command Flow collector was added in CICS IA V3.1 in 2009. It was initially added to help with determining where TCB switches took place in a given task by capturing all CICS, DB2, IMS, and IBM MQ commands in chronological order. It was designed to be used by a single user, a systems programmer, to capture this data for a predefined number of transactions.
Since 2009, the collector has gone through many changes driven by customer requirements ...

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