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CICS, C2 © 2001, Mike Murach & Associates, Inc. Slide 1
Chapter 2
Introduction toCICSprogramming
CICS, C2 © 2001, Mike Murach & Associates, Inc. Slide 2
Describe the difference between the operation of a conversationalprogram and the operation of a pseudo-conversational program.2.
Explain why conversational programs are not as efficient aspseudo-conversational programs.3.
Describe the basic format and coding rules for any CICS command.4.
Briefly describe each of the following: BMS mapset, symbolicmap, event/response chart, and structure chart.
CICS, C2 © 2001, Mike Murach & Associates, Inc. Slide 3
Objectives (continued)
Explain the COBOL code required to pass a communication areafrom one program execution to the next.6.
Explain the COBOL code used to detect the first execution of aprogram in a pseudo-conversational session.7.
Explain the COBOL code used to determine what AID key the userpressed and to initiate the appropriate response.8.
Explain the COBOL code used to test CICS response codes.9.
Describe the function of each of the CICS commands in thischapter: SEND MAP, RECEIVE MAP, READ, RETURN, XCTL,and ABEND.10.
List the 8 steps of CICS program development.

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