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Application Migration to HP NonStop H- und J-Series Operating Systems

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  1. 1. NonStopTrainingNonStopTrainingApplication MigrationApplication Migrationto NonStop H- and J-Series OSto NonStop H- and J-Series OSPeter HaasePeter HaaseGTUG NonStop User Group e.V.Connect DeutschlandDarmstadt 18. Nov. 2009
  2. 2. DefinitionsDefinitions “Application Migration to NonStop H- and J-Series OS”Application: code - system related orbusiness related - written by customer orthird partiesMigration: moving (un)changed code toa new system environmentH- and J-Series OS: operation systemenvironments2
  3. 3. AbstractAbstractThe training unit is basedon the two-day HP education course:"NonStop H- and J-Series Operating Systems Application Migration".Participants will learn how to migrate◦ TNS programs to the TNS environment on an H-system◦ TNS/R native programs to the new native environment SQL/MP, SQL/MX, and Enscribe databases to H-systens NonStop SQL/MP Programming for COBOLGood News:Good News:H- and J-Series OS are alike environments!H- and J-Series OS are alike environments!3
  4. 4. Some experiencesSome experiencesmay be helpful:◦ Guardian environment◦ Open System Services (OSS) environment◦ TAL◦ C/C++◦ COBOL◦ Debug, Inspect◦ Object Acceleration◦ Binder4
  5. 5. We will not go that deep!We will not go that deep!5
  6. 6. ContentsContents◦ Module 1 — TNS/E Overview The reason for migration◦ Module 2 — Compilers Handling program sources◦ Module 3 — Linking and Accelerating Handling program objects◦ Module 4 — Debuggers Handling processes◦ Module 5 — Application Migration Review◦ Module 6 — New Development Tools6
  7. 7. Training ScheduleTraining Schedule709:30 – 10:30 15.00 – 16.00 16:30 – 18:00Introduction 2. Compilers5. ApplicationMigration1. TNS/E Overview3. Linking andAccelerating6. NewDevelopmentTools4. DebuggersEnjoy your break! But, do not forget to come back!
  8. 8. TopicsTopics notnot includedincludedMigration from early RVUs to G06.20: necessary Migration from SQL/MX 1.8 to SQL/MX 2.x: necessaryMigration from OSS-TNS programs andenvironment to Guardian-TNS: necessaryC++ Migrations VERSION1 toVERSION2/3: necessary Tools.h++ 6.1 to Tools.h++ 7.0: necessary Tools.h++ toVERSION3: nice to haveMigration from Tandem Development Suite (TDS)to Enterprise Toolkit (ETK): Tool availableMigration from TNS to native TNS/E: Nice to have8
  9. 9. IntroductionIntroductionPeter Haase◦ Physicist, Bonn University◦ More than 25 years in the NonStop business◦ Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management◦ Project Manager Certificate by the Coblence Ch. of Commerce◦ Auditor for IT Professionals at the Cologne Ch. of CommerceContact◦ Peter Haase Consulting, Kirchstr. 12 - D-56820 Mesenich◦ Mobile 0049 (0)171 / 8442242◦ Phone 0049 (0)2673 / 9860-0 Fax 9860-12◦ Migration@peterhaase.de9
  10. 10. LiteratureLiteratureH-Series Application Migration GuideHP Integrity NonStop NS-Series DatabaseMigration GuideHP NonStop SQL Supplement forH-Series RVUs10
  11. 11. Questions ?Questions ?11
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