Modernizes pattern-driven programming for Pacbase applications
IBM® Rational® Programming Patterns is an integrated environment for developing and maintaining Pacbase applications within z Systems Software delivery platforms. This solution provides functionality adapted to the Pacbase pattern-driven development paradigm for VisualAge Pacbase applications. Rational Programming Patterns features data description patterns, programming patterns for traditional applications, macro-structure patterns and COBOL micro-patterns.
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Accelerates a secure transition to the Rational Software Delivery Platform
IBM® Rational® Programming Patterns leverages Pacbase customer’s investment by modernizing the pattern driven development paradigm and the Enterprise Wide Repository services within the latest IBM strategic delivery platform. It provides the tools to migrate at lower cost, by limiting the non-regression tests and the retraining of the Pacbase developers.
IBM Rational Programming Patterns V9.1.2 intends to improve the content parity ratio with VisualAge Pacbase while enforcing robustness for engaging a secure transition with pilot projects or wider developments of the Rational Software Delivery Platform.
Rational Programming Patterns V9.1.2 provides:
Increase of VisualAge Pacbase parity features
Increase of migration completeness
Migration procedures enhancements
Enhancements on integrity controls
Enhancements of SDK capabilities
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