DB2 V8 / CSP

Jim - Bertelsmann Direct North America Tanner

DB2 V8 / CSP

Hello List,
I haven't heard from anyone on this. Is anyone still using
CSP at all?

Thanks,
Jim

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>
> I would like to know if anyone has migrated to DB2 V8 and still using
> CSP. My specific release of CSP is 3.3. My interest is whether CSP
> is still supported by DB2 V8 and whether or not anything special has
> to be done to allow for that support.
>
> Thanks for your help,
> Jim

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Tim R Ohling

Re: FW: DB2 V8 / CSP
(in response to Jim - Bertelsmann Direct North America Tanner)
I had to check...
We have a couple of CSP apps still running at CSP R4.1.

DB2 V8 and z/OS 1.8. The last z/OS broke some piece of the Cobol level
support (compile time, not run time), but we got a fix/workaround from
IBM.

HTH,
Tim

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Hello List,
I haven't heard from anyone on this. Is anyone still using
CSP at all?

Thanks,
Jim

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From: Tanner, Jim - Bertelsmann Direct North America
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2007 10:52 AM
To: '[login to unmask email]'
Cc: Tanner, Jim - Bertelsmann Direct North America
Subject: DB2 V8 / CSP


I would like to know if anyone has migrated to DB2 V8 and still using
CSP. My specific release of CSP is 3.3. My interest is whether CSP
is still supported by DB2 V8 and whether or not anything special has to
be done to allow for that support.

Thanks for your help,
Jim


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Isaac Yassin

Re: FW: DB2 V8 / CSP
(in response to Tim R Ohling)
Hi,

The only one I know of has moved to Visual gen and now is moving to EGL



Isaac Yassin

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Hello List,
I haven't heard from anyone on this. Is anyone still using CSP at all?

Thanks,
Jim

______________________________________________
From: Tanner, Jim - Bertelsmann Direct North America
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2007 10:52 AM
To: '[login to unmask email]'
Cc: Tanner, Jim - Bertelsmann Direct North America
Subject: DB2 V8 / CSP



I would like to know if anyone has migrated to DB2 V8 and still using CSP. My specific release of CSP is 3.3. My interest is
whether CSP is still supported by DB2 V8 and whether or not anything special has to be done to allow for that support.

Thanks for your help,
Jim


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Richard Gugel

Re: FW: DB2 V8 / CSP
(in response to Isaac Yassin)
We got rid of CSP years ago at the State of Wisconsin. Wasn't Gallo
wines the major player?

Rich

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