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Welcome to our first CICS blogger

Thanks to Corneel Booysen for being the first brave CICS blogger to let us list his blog here. Corneel is the driving force behind the CICS Wiki.

Check out his blog here:

Categories: blog, CICS TS
  1. Zalman Einhorn
    April 4, 2008 at 9:51 pm

    Congrats on this Blog. I sure hope it’s powered by CICS 🙂

  2. ashish
    April 9, 2008 at 2:49 pm


    How can we go to QMF from CICS maps, just by pressing one PF key, say PF11. Once Our work is done in QMF and if we press F3 there to come out of QMF, we should be able to return to same map?

    We have QMF procs passed to QMF via onlines in CSP on TSO at the moment and we are migrating to CICS, just wondering if someone can help us in setting it up in CICS?

  3. Grant
    April 14, 2008 at 4:13 pm

    To start QMF from a CICS application program use something like:

    EXEC CICS START TRANSID(QMFE) FROM (parameters) TERMID(eibtrmid)

    Where parameters are any start parms you might specify on the QMFE invocation from a clear screen.

    Getting a menu started when QMFE completes is trickier and would probably need a CICS exit (last time I looked there were no facilities to within QMF to exit out to a particular transid).

    Have you looked at Developing QMF Applications? Using a QMF application you can be more seamless…

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