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How has Change

Management evolved at
IMG?
•Initially managed AS/400 source and
objects for ICOMS and Cablemaster
with Turnover
–Checkout Source
–Promote and Distribute Changes
–Interface to Synon (Cool:2E)
•Primary advantage: Provided Some
Control
–Limited access to Production Source
–Enhanced Security
–Provided an Audit Trail

How has Change
Management evolved at
• More time for
IMG? • Be able to “snap-in”
developers to program other development tools
and less hassle. • Synchronize new vendor
• Assurance that work- releases quickly
in-progress is secure • Manage virtually any
• Ability to manage object type or source
multiple versions of member (including ILE)
SW easily • And to be confident that
• Easy access to their work will progress
development tools they smoothly. “3 steps
need to do their jobs forward… none back.”
• Get organized and
stay organized.

Turnover CM & eCM .allows you to define application environments • Define your applications the way you do business: Dev Dev Prod Prod Dev Dev Systems Systems Prod Prod Test Test As simple as this… Or this… Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Develop Quality User Test Prod Vendor Assurance Source Or to manage a more complex environment. .

every time • Manage Multiple Checkouts • Checkout ANY object type • Checkout in batch or interactively • Make emergency changes reliably • Archive Source These are just a few examples of things that make our programmers more productive. .5 Or demanding as this… Turnover manages source changes • Recognize and mediate checkout conflicts • Locate the correct source.5 Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod TR0450DEV TR0450PQC TR0450QC TR0450PTF TR0450PGM TR 4. Typical Application Environment setup at IMG - Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod CB2540DEV CB2540PQC CB2540QC CB2540PTF CB2540PGM CM 2540 Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod IC0450DEV IC0450PQC IC0450QC IC0450PTF IC0450PGM IC 4.

. Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Prod Develop Pending Quality PTF.. PGMS- GEN QC Control Delivery Archive Library 10 20 30 40 • The programmer’s work is promoted to level 20 and independent testers take over from there. MSG-Ids and so on. DataQs. • TurnOver handles all kinds of objects including Files.. The Promotion Engine takes over.

TURNOVER USER GUIDE This is a simple document to help the developers to navigate through the turnover. As shown below… . Basically this document helps the programmer to checkout functions to a Project/Task and promote to the QC. the checkout screen is displayed. After creating the function while entering the action diagram.

enter the project/task id in the reference field. .press enter and will take u to the next screen.

Enter turnover in the command line and turnover main menu is displayed as below.The function is now checkout to T500 project and 7296 task. . To your user profile.

Select option 9: work with Projects and Tasks .

Select the project you would like to work with and enter 12 work with tasks. .

Against the task give 16 : forms and enter .

. Give 2 against the form. the functions checked out to the form are displayed.The available forms will be displayed or take F6 to add a form.

Take F19 to checkout more functions to the form. .

..From the above screen select the functions to be checkout to the form. After checkout the screen looks like.

Give 7 to run the form with error check…. . the status now would be ready.Come back to the forms screen.

The error checking screen is shown. . enter to proceed with the error check.

.All the available functions in that task are shown below….

Incase any errors the display would be like… .

. run the form again and the status would change to RAN-OK.Once the error is fixed.

.Meaning that the functions are promoted to the next environment here QC for testing. Incase errors are detected the QC would demote the functions to development environment for the fixes to be done.