News

**NEWS** March/2019

**  DPTTBUSD  New Batch Utility available – The DPTTBUSD batch subroutine can be used by a Batch program to find out how many and which tables have been used by the running job from the moment it started until the checkup time. Details in the Migration and Release Guide

** DPTWHITB – New TABLE ORIGIN CHECK SUBROUTINE - The DPTWHITB batch subroutine can be used to find out where a DPT table resides: in memory, in data set, or does not exist at all. Details in the Migration and Release Guide

**DPT EXIT guide now contains CICS and BATCH DPT Exits – Name of manual reflects this update

**New DPT V3.3 was tested with ALLOWUSERKEYCSA(NO) settings both for DPT/ECSA and DTP/XXL without problems – Details in the Migration and Release Guide

**New DPT V3.3 was successfully tested to work with Db2 V12

**New DPT V3.3 was successfully tested to work with z/OS 2.3

**New DPT V3.3 is now delivered also in PDSE format – details in the Migration and Release Guide

**New Information about DPT/ECSA version compatibility uploaded in Migration and Release Guide

**New Information about Cobol 5.1 compatibility with Cobol II program uploaded in Migration and Release Guide

** New Information regarding EASYTRIEVE compatibility with DPT V3.3 uploaded in Migration and Release Guide

DPT V3.30 Migration_Guide_January_2019

Log_On_Software_DPT_V3.30_Release_Notes_January_2019

DPT V330 – New Putlevel information uploaded

Various DPT Manuals updated 

DPT V3 0 for zOS תום שירות

פניות שרות למוצר DPT