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Understanding AS/400 System Operations

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Publisher: MC Press Online
Publication Date: June 2000
Subject: Computer: System Operations
Category: Programming
Number of Pages: 817

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Understanding AS/400 System Operations is intended for students learning computer operations and administration on the AS/400 computer system. Offering a unique approach to learning AS/400 operations with extensive end-of-chapter hands-on labs, self-tests, and review questions, this textbook uses real-world situations to prepare you from the ground up to be productive with AS/400 operations.

Understanding As/400 System Operations also covers the requirements of two IBM AS/400 certification exams: AS/400 Associate System Operator Certification (test 052) and AS/400 Professional System Operator Certification (test 053).

The primary goal of this book is to teach you how to perform day-to-day operations on an AS/400 computer system, including IPL, starting and stopping the system, backup and recovery, and system cleanup. Procedures covered include creating and maintaining user environments, configuring and managing devices, security implementation, work and data management, and TCP/IP configuration. Console operations discussed include jobs, message handling, and working with spool files and peripheral devices. Functions of Operations Navigator are also covered, and Electronic Customer Support (ECS) and PTF upgrades are introduced.
About authors
Mike Dawson
Mike Dawson graduated magna cum laude from West Chester University with a degree in computer science. He has been programming on mainframe and midrange computers since 1974. He is the author of four books on AS/400 topics ranging from performance to operations, including The AS/400 Owner's Manual for V4 and Understanding AS/400 System Operations. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona.

Marge Hohly
Marge Hohly is IBM iSeries 400 Program Coordinator at Cerritos College in Norwalk, California.

Contents
CONTENTS
PREFACE
IBM CERTIFICATION TESTING
OBJECTIVES OF THIS BOOK
INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL
TO THE READER

CHAPTER 1: BACKGROUND OF THE AS/400
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE AS/400 ENVIRONMENT
THE EVOLUTION OF IBM MIDRANGE COMPUTERS
AS/400 ARCHITECTURE
LAYERED DESIGN CONCEPT
DATA STORAGE AND AS/400 OBJECTS
SINGLE-LEVEL STORAGE
TYPES OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS
OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE
APPLICATION PROGRAMS
INTEGRATED LANGUAGE ENVIRONMENT (ILE)
ACCESSING THE AS/400 COMPUTER SYSTEM
USER PROFILE
THE AS/400 SIGN-ON PROCESS
THE AS/400 SIGN-OFF PROCESS
LAB #1: THE BACKGROUND OF THE AS/400
NAMING CONVENTIONS FOR THIS LAB
SIGNING ON AND OFF THE AS/400 COMPUTER SYSTEM
NAVIGATING THE MENUS
CHANGING YOUR PASSWORD
DETERMINING THE OS/400 VERSION NUMBER
DETERMINING THE AS/400 MODEL NUMBER
DETERMINING WHICH COMPILERS ARE INSTALLED
SIGNING OFF THE AS/400
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 2: NAVIGATING AROUND THE AS/400
USER INTERFACE
USER INTERFACE COMPONENTS
INTERFACES
SIGN-ON SCREEN
THE AS/400 MAIN MENU
THE SYSTEM REQUEST MENU
USER INTERFACE—HELP SUPPORT
CONTEXTUAL HELP
EXTENDED HELP
HELP MESSAGE LEVELS
ASSISTANCE LEVELS
USER INTERFACE—INFOSEEKER
OVERVIEW
LAB #2: NAVIGATING AROUND THE AS/400
MENU NAVIGATION AND BASIC HELP
SYSTEM REQUEST MENU
FORMS OF HELP
THE INFORMATION ASSISTANT OPTIONS (INFO) MENU
INTERNET FOLLOW-UP
MORE: INFORMATION ASSISTANT OPTIONS (INFO) MENU
USER INTERFACE—INFOSEEKER
SEARCHING FOR INFORMATION
USER SUPPORT: THE INFORMATION CENTER
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 3: OS/400 COMMAND STRUCTURE AND CONTROL LANGUAGE
CONTROL LANGUAGE: THE ULTIMATE INTERFACE
CONTROL LANGUAGE (CL) COMMAND NAMES
CONTROL LANGUAGE (CL) COMMAND PARAMETERS
MASTERING THE UNKNOWN IN CL
A SHORTCUT FOR COMMAND ENTRY
COMMAND LINE VERSUS COMMAND ENTRY DISPLAY
LAB #3: OS/400 COMMAND
STRUCTURE AND CONTROL LANGUAGE
THE COMMAND MENUS
MAJOR MENU
COMMAND MENUS
COMMAND STRUCTURE
USING COMMANDS TO PERFORM TASKS
USING THE COPY FILE COMMAND
PRINTING THE INTRO FILE
USING PRT01 PRINTER—A SYSTEM PRINTER
USING A TCP/IP NETWORK PRINTER
EXPLORING MORE COMMANDS
CREATING A LIBRARY
LIBRARY EXISTENCE
USING THE COMMAND ENTRY DISPLAY
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 4: OBJECTS, LIBRARIES, AND LIBRARY LISTS
AS/400 OBJECTS AND OBJECT MANAGEMENT
OBJECT COMMANDS
FUNCTIONS THAT CAN BE PERFORMED ON OBJECTS
MANAGING SYSTEM OBJECTS
LIBRARIES
PRODUCT LIBRARIES
USER LIBRARIES
CREATING LIBRARIES
WORKING WITH LIBRARIES
DISPLAYING LIBRARIES
DELETING LIBRARIES
LIBRARY LIST
SETTING UP A LIBRARY LIST
CHANGING THE LIBRARY LIST
DISPLAYING A LIBRARY LIST
USING THE LIBRARY LIST
LAB #4: OBJECTS, LIBRARIES, AND LIBRARY LISTS
WORKING WITH OBJECTS
OBJECT TYPES
OBJECT DESCRIPTION INFORMATION
MANIPULATING OBJECTS
WORKING WITH LIBRARIES
WORKING WITH LIBRARY LISTS
PORTIONS OF THE LIBRARY LIST
LIBRARY LIST COMMANDS
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 5: MESSAGE HANDLING
MESSAGES
MESSAGE QUEUES
DISPLAYING MESSAGES
SENDING IMPROMPTU OR USER MESSAGES
SNDMSG COMMAND
LAB #5: MESSAGE HANDLING
MESSAGE HANDLING
SENDING A MESSAGE
SENDING A BREAK MESSAGE
MESSAGE MENU
MESSAGE FILES
ADDITIONAL LAB ASSIGNMENTS
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 6: HANDLING SPOOLED FILES AND PRINTING FUNCTIONS
OVERVIEW
THE PRINTING PROCESS
COMMANDS FOR PRINTING
OUTPUT QUEUE COMMANDS
PRINTER WRITER COMMANDS
LAB #6: HANDLING SPOOLED FILES AND PRINTING FUNCTIONS
BASIC PRINTING
CREATING A SPOOL FILE
PRINTING A SPOOL FILE
USING PRT01 PRINTER—A SYSTEM PRINTER
USING A TCP/IP NETWORK PRINTER
PRINTING REPORTS
OUTPUT QUEUES
OUTPUT QUEUE PRIORITY
OUTPUT QUEUE COMMANDS
PRIORITIES WHILE PRINTING
WORKING WITH SPOOL FILES
WORK WRITER COMMAND
ADDITIONAL LAB ASSIGNMENTS
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 7: MANAGING DEVICES
INTRODUCTION
AUTOMATIC CONFIGURATION
MANUALLY CREATING DEVICE DESCRIPTIONS
MAINTAINING DEVICE DESCRIPTIONS
LISTING DEVICE DESCRIPTIONS
WORK WITH DEVICE DESCRIPTIONS
WORKING WITH DEVICES
LEARNING ABOUT AS/400 HARDWARE
DASD AND USER AUXILIARY STORAGE POOLS
CONTROLLING ASPS
SETTING ASP THRESHOLDS
LAB #7: MANAGING DEVICES
EXPLORE YOUR AS/400 HARDWARE
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
COMMUNICATION RESOURCES
LOCAL WORKSTATION RESOURCES
MEMORY AND STORAGE DEVICES
DEVICE CONNECTIONS
HARDWARE AND DEVICE SYSTEM VALUES
MANAGING DEVICES
ADDITIONAL LAB ASSIGNMENTS
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 8: STARTING AND STOPPING THE AS/400
OVERVIEW
WHAT AN IPL DOES
WHEN TO IPL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL AREAS
IPL STORAGE AREAS
STOPPING THE AS/400
STARTING THE AS/400
AUTOMATICALLY POWERING YOUR SYSTEM OFF AND ON
SYSTEM VALUES IMPORTANT TO IPLs
LICENSE KEY
LAB #8: STARTING AND STOPPING THE AS/400
INTRODUCTION
POWER SCHEDULE
POWERING DOWN YOUR SYSTEM
EXPLORING IPL-RELATED SYSTEM VALUES
ADDITIONAL LAB ASSIGNMENTS
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 9: OPERATING SYSTEM, LICENSED PROGRAM PRODUCTS, AND PTFs
OVERVIEW
OS/400
OVERVIEW
MONITORING OS/400
ORDERING OS/400
INSTALLATION OF OS/400
LICENSED PROGRAM PRODUCT (LPP)
OVERVIEW
MONITOR
ORDERING OS/400
INSTALLATION OF OS/400
PROGRAMMING REQUEST FOR PRICE QUOTATIONS (PRPQs)
OVERVIEW
MONITOR
ORDERING
INSTALLATION
PROGRAM TEMPORARY FIX: PTF
OVERVIEW
MONITOR
ORDERING PTFs
SPECIAL PTF NUMBERS
INSTALLATION OF PTFs
LAB #9: OS/400 OPERATING SYSTEM, LICENSED PROGRAM PRODUCTS, AND PTFS
NAMING CONVENTIONS FOR THIS LAB
LICENSED PROGRAMS
DISPLAYING INSTALLED LPP
ALTERNATE METHOD TO DISPLAY LPP
EXPLORING LPP ON YOUR SYSTEM
PTF SUMMARY LISTING
SENDING A PTF ORDER
EXPLORING AN INFORMATIONAL PTF
ADDITIONAL LAB ASSIGNMENTS
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 10: BACKUP AND RECOVERY
INTRODUCTION
BACKUP
SAVE COMMAND MENU
SAVE COMMANDS
SAVE SYSTEM (SAVSYS)
SAVCFG
SAVSECDTA
SAVLIB
SAVCHGOBJ
SAVOBJ
SAVSAVFDTA
SAVLICPGM
SAV
SAVDLO
SAVE-WHILE-ACTIVE
SAVE-WHILE-ACTIVE SAVE
THINGS NOT SAVED
RESTORE COMMANDS
RESTORES
BACKUP STRATEGIES
VERIFY THE BACKUP STRATEGY
BACKUP AND RECOVER TIME-SAVERS
LAB #10: BACKUP AND RECOVERY
NAMING CONVENTIONS FOR THIS LAB
INTRODUCTION
LAB PROCEDURES
GETTING READY
INITIALIZE TAPE
SAVE LIBRARY
DISPLAY TAPE
DELETING OBJECTS IN YOUR LIBRARY
RESTORE LIBRARY
DEMONSTRATE LIBRARY WAS RESTORED
SAVE OBJECT
DISPLAY TAPE AGAIN
DELETE OBJECTS
VERIFY OBJECTS DELETION
RESTORE SELECTED OBJECTS
VALIDATE RESTORE
ADDITIONAL LAB ASSIGNMENTS
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 11: SECURITY AND SECURITY SYSTEM VALUES
INTRODUCTION
SYSTEM SECURITY LEVEL
USER PROFILES
SPECIAL AUTHORITIES AND USER CLASSES
GROUP PROFILES
OBJECT SECURITY
OWNERSHIP—SINGLE AND GROUP
ADOPTED AUTHORITIES
SYSTEM VALUES AND SYSTEM SECURITY
SECURITY COMMANDS
MANAGING USER PROFILES
DETAILED LOOK AT THE CREATE USER PROFILE COMMAND
USER PROFILE PARAMETER CONSIDERATIONS
SHORTCUTS TO ENTERING USER PROFILES
DELETING USER PROFILES
USER PROFILE PARAMETERS AND OBJECT SECURITY
LAB #11: SECURITY AND SYSTEM VALUES
NAMING CONVENTIONS FOR THIS LAB
DISPLAY YOUR USER PROFILE
OBJECT AUTHORITY
AUTHORIZATION LIST
DISPLAY SECURITY-RELATED SYSTEM VALUES
ADDITIONAL LAB ASSIGNMENTS
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 12: WORKING WITH JOBS
OVERVIEW
JOB TYPES
JOB DESCRIPTIONS
JOB NAMES AND NUMBERS
JOB CLASSES
JOB QUEUES (BATCH JOBS ONLY)
WORKING WITH JOBS
SUBMITTING JOBS
WORK WITH JOBS
LAB #12: WORKING WITH JOBS
NAMING CONVENTIONS FOR THIS LAB
INTRODUCTION
DISPLAY YOUR JOB DESCRIPTION
MANAGING JOBS
HOLDING AND RELEASING A
JOB (HLDJOB, RLSJOB COMMANDS)
END A USER'S JOB (ENDJOB COMMAND)
SCHEDULING A JOB
WORKING WITH JOB QUEUES
ADDITIONAL LAB ASSIGNMENTS
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 13: SUBSYSTEMS
OVERVIEW
MEMORY: STORAGE POOLS AND ACTIVITY LEVELS
STORAGE POOLS
ACTIVITY LEVEL
USING MEMORY AND ACTIVITY LEVELS
CREATING PRIVATE POOLS/ASSIGNING SHARED POOLS
CHANGING POOL MEMORY/ACTIVITY LEVELS
DELETING POOLS
POOL NAMES
SUBSYSTEMS
ROUTING ENTRIES
WORKSTATION ENTRIES (INTERACTIVE JOBS ONLY)
STARTING/ENDING SUBSYSTEMS
LAB #13: SUBSYSTEMS
NAMING CONVENTIONS FOR THIS LAB
INTRODUCTION
SUBSYSTEMS
RUNTIME ATTRIBUTES—JOB CLASS
STORAGE POOLS
SYSTEM VALUES
ADDITIONAL LAB ASSIGNMENTS
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 14: WORK MANAGEMENT AND PERFORMANCE
OVERVIEW
THINGS THAT MAKE JOBS RUN
HOW THE AS/400 RUNS
NEW SYSTEMS—WHERE TO NOW?
PERFORMANCE
PERFORMANCE COMPONENTS
PERFORMANCE TIPS
LAB #14: WORK MANAGEMENT AND PERFORMANCE
NAMING CONVENTIONS FOR THIS LAB
INTRODUCTION
JOBS ON YOUR SYSTEM
WORKING WITH YOUR SYSTEM'S STATUS
PERFORMANCE SYSTEM VALUES
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 15: MESSAGES, LOGS, AND CLEANUP
OVERVIEW
MESSAGES
MESSAGES TO USERS
MESSAGE CONSTRUCTIONS
SYSTEM OPERATOR MESSAGE QUEUE: QSYSOPR
SYSTEM REPLY LIST
HISTORY LOGS (QHST)
JOB LOGS
LOGGING LEVEL
DISPLAYING THE JOB LOG
JOB ACCOUNTING
SET UP JOB ACCOUNTING
DISPLAYING JOB ACCOUNTING JOURNAL
SECURITY AUDIT JOURNAL
SET UP THE SYSTEM FOR SECURITY AUDITING
SET THE SYSTEM VALUES
SET SECURITY AUDITING ON OBJECTS/USERS
MANAGING SECURITY AUDIT JOURNAL RECEIVERS
VIEWING SECURITY AUDIT JOURNAL RECEIVERS
SECURITY AUDIT PLANNING
SYSTEM CLEANUP
AUTOMATIC CLEANUP
CLEAN UP USER PROFILES
CLEAN UP LICENSED PROGRAMS
CLEAN UP OLD DEVICE DESCRIPTIONS
MISCELLANEOUS CLEANUP TASKS
LAB #15: MESSAGES, LOGS, AND CLEANUP
NAMING CONVENTIONS FOR THIS LAB
INTRODUCTION
JOB LOGS
SYSTEM OPERATOR MESSAGE QUEUE: QSYSOPR
THE HISTORY LOG
AUTOMATIC CLEANUP
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 16: BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING, PROBLEM SOLVING, AND USING ELECTRONIC CUSTOMER SUPPORT
HARDWARE
HARDWARE-RELATED PROBLEMS
GENERAL PROBLEM SOLVING
JOBS FAIL
SYSTEM REFERENCE CODES (SRCs)
TROUBLESHOOTING—TWO COMMON PROBLEMS
A SYSTEM PRINTER THAT DOES NOT WORK
A TAPE DRIVE THAT DOES NOT WORK
USING ECS FOR PROBLEM SOLVING
USES OF ECS
WORKING WITH PROBLEM LOGS
DELETING OLD PROBLEM LOGS
LAB #16: BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING, PROBLEM SOLVING, AND USING ECS
NAMING CONVENTIONS FOR THIS LAB
INTRODUCTION
COPY SCREEN FUNCTION
WORKING WITH PROBLEMS
ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENTS
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 17: JOURNALING
OVERVIEW
JOURNAL RECEIVER
SETTING UP JOURNALING
MAINTAINING JOURNALS
RECEIVER CHAINS
MISCELLANEOUS JOURNALING FUNCTIONS
USING JOURNALS
JOURNALING PERFORMANCE CONSIDERATIONS
JOURNALING STRATEGY
JOURNALING TO A REMOTE AS/400
COMMITMENT CONTROL
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 18: COMMUNICATIONS: SNA, APPC, AND APPN
OVERVIEW
SYSTEMS NETWORK ARCHITECTURE (SNA)
ADVANCED PEER-TO-PEER COMMUNICATIONS (APPC)
ADVANCED PEER-TO-PEER NETWORKING (APPN)
NODES, CONTROL POINTS, AND CLASS-OF-SERVICE
APPC/APPN CONFIGURATION
CREATING LOCATION/CONFIGURATION LISTS (APPN ONLY)
NETWORK ATTRIBUTES
CL COMMANDS FOR COMMUNICATIONS
USING APPC/APPN
USING APPC FUNCTIONS
AUTOMATIC OR MANUAL CONFIGURATION
ELECTRONIC CUSTOMER SUPPORT (ECS)
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 19: COMMUNICATIONS: LANS AND TCP/IP
OVERVIEW
PROTOCOLS
AS/400 LAN OVERVIEW
TOKEN-RING
ETHERNET
WIRELESS
DISTRIBUTED DATA INTERFACE (DDI)
FRAME RELAY (FR)
AS/400 LAN CL COMMANDS
ASYNCHRONOUS TRANSFER MODE (ATM)
TCP/IP
TCP/IP CL COMMANDS
TCP/IP APPLICATIONS
CONNECTING THE AS/400 TO THE INTERNET
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

CHAPTER 20: OPERATIONS NAVIGATOR
OVERVIEW
STARTING OPERATIONS NAVIGATOR
USING OPERATIONS NAVIGATOR
GENERAL FUNCTIONS OF OPERATIONS NAVIGATOR
BASIC OPERATIONS
JOB MANAGEMENT
CONFIGURATION AND SERVICE
NETWORK
SECURITY
USERS AND GROUPS
DATABASE
FILE SYSTEMS
MULTIMEDIA
BACKUP
APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
PLUG-IN SUPPORT
FUNCTION AVAILABILITY
END-OF-CHAPTER AIDS
CHAPTER SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
CHAPTER SELF-TEST

APPENDIX A: AS/400 KEYBOARD
COMMON ENGRAVED KEYS
DISTINCT AS/400 KEYS
USING FUNCTION KEYS ON THE AS/400

APPENDIX B: SYSTEM VALUES (ALPHABETICAL ORDER)

APPENDIX C: SYSTEM VALUES (FUNCTIONAL ORDER)
TABLE C-1: CHARACTER SETS/LANGUAGES
TABLE C-1: CHARACTER SETS/LANGUAGES (continued)
TABLE C-2: DATE/TIME
TABLE C-3: DISASTER
TABLE C-4: IPL
TABLE C-5: MISCELLANEOUS
TABLE C-6: PROBLEM REPORTING
TABLE C-7: SECURITY
TABLE C-8: SPOOL FILE CONTROL
TABLE C-9: SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
TABLE C-10: PERFORMANCE
TABLE C-11: WORK MANAGEMENT

APPENDIX D: ANSWERS TO CHAPTER SELF-TEST QUESTIONS
CHAPTER 1: BACKGROUND OF THE AS/400
CHAPTER 2: NAVIGATING AROUND THE AS/400
CHAPTER 3: OS/400 COMMAND STRUCTURE AND CONTROL LANGUAGE
CHAPTER 4: OBJECTS, LIBRARIES, AND LIBRARY LISTS
CHAPTER 5: MESSAGE HANDLING
CHAPTER 6: HANDLING SPOOLED FILES AND PRINTING FUNCTIONS
CHAPTER 7: MANAGING DEVICES
CHAPTER 8: STARTING AND STOPPING THE AS/400
CHAPTER 9: OPERATING SYSTEM, LICENSED PROGRAM PRODUCTS, AND PTFs
CHAPTER 10: BACKUP AND RECOVERY
CHAPTER 11: SECURITY AND SECURITY SYSTEM VALUES
CHAPTER 12: WORKING WITH JOBS
CHAPTER 13: SUBSYSTEMS
CHAPTER 14: WORK MANAGEMENT AND PERFORMANCE
CHAPTER 15: LOGS AND CLEANUP
CHAPTER 16: BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING, PROBLEM SOLVING, AND USING ELECTRONIC CUSTOMER SUPPORT
CHAPTER 17: JOURNALING
CHAPTER 18: COMMUNICATIONS: SNA, APPC, AND APPN
CHAPTER 19: COMMUNICATIONS: LANS AND TCP/IP
CHAPTER 20: OPERATION NAVIGATOR

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