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What is the meaning, and use, of NetMaster acronyms 'MODS', 'RAM', 'OSCNTL' and 'MPO'?

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CMDB for z/OS NetSpy Network Performance NetMaster Network Automation SOLVE NetMaster Network Management for SNA NetMaster Network Management for TCP/IP NetMaster File Transfer Management SOLVE:Operations Automation SOLVE:Access Session Management SOLVE:FTS

Issue/Introduction

Description:

It explains the meaning, and use, of NetMaster acronyms 'MODS', 'RAM', 'OSCNTL' and 'MPO', which are used throughout the various NetMaster Network Management suite products.

Solution:

MODS = Managed Object Development Services -- A development environment that provides tools for creating and customizing NCL applications.
RAM =
Resource Automation Monitor -- Refers to RAMDB.
OSCNTL = Object Class Specification File -- This VSAM dataset is used by the R egion to store 'MDO' definitions and compiled Object Class specifications.
RAMDB   -- This distributed database stores definitions for Automation Services. It contains policies and procedures that govern the operation of your region. It is also known as Knowledge Base.
MPO = MODS + Panels + OSCNTL.  

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Release: ESBNSP99000-11.6-NetSpy-Premier Support
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