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CICS, C8© 2001, Mike Murach & Associates, Inc.Slide 1
Chapter 8
AdditionalCICS commandsand programmingtechniques
 
CICS, C8© 2001, Mike Murach & Associates, Inc.Slide 2
Objectives
1.Use the symbolic cursor positioning technique to control the positionof the cursor when you issue a SEND MAP command.2.Code appropriate MOVE statements to change standard and extendedfield attributes.3.Explain the techniques used to optimize the transmission of datafrom a CICS program to a terminal using the SEND MAP command.4.Code appropriate INSPECT statements to add and removeunderscore characters from a symbolic map.5.Given editing requirements for the fields in a symbolic map, code anappropriate edit procedure to detect and indicate each possible error.6.Use the SEND TEXT command to display a short message on theterminal.
 
CICS, C8© 2001, Mike Murach & Associates, Inc.Slide 3
Objectives (continued)
7.Identify the contents of the following Execute Interface Block fields:EIBAIDEIBRESPEIBCALENEIBRESP2EIBCPOSNEIBRSRCEEIBDATEEIBTIMEEIBDSEIBTRMIDEIBFNEIBTRNID8.Code the CICS commands necessary to access the Common Work Area.9.Code the CICS commands necessary to retrieve the current dateand time and to format the values appropriately for the application.

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