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8.1.0 what is in it for me

8.1.0 what is in it for me

xChange is over and everyone is heading back home.  We had people from all over the world gladly sharing experience and expertise. Not to mention a few brews. The buz on the mainframe side was all about ZMF 8.1.0 and the new features it offers.  First the look and feel has been improved on the ISPF side,  as they have adopted IBM CUA standards. Secondly they have really made it possible to move 99% of the custom code out of the panels. Full support of ERO on Client pack. The admins will love the new facility to populate local admin options yo other applications. They just started so more features are coming.  There are a tone of other fixes and enhancements.  Better performance and flexibility is a strong theme through out.

 

its time to upgrade 

 

More  details on all the features as soon as I get a break. got to catch a plane ....... Again 

 

Tom

 

 

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