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What you should know about ADCD.
The ADCD zVSE is built periodically. The ADCD is created to provide qualified Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) with the latest z/VSE System along with associated middleware products at the latest available maintenance level. The z/OS ADCD can run under the IBM's z System Personal Development Tool (zPDT).
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Announcements, Changes and Updates for this release.
We are pleased to announce the availability of the z/VSE 6.2 February 2019 ADCD download for application development and support purposes.
The z/VSE ADCD Startup is created to provide qualified PartnerWorld Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) with a base Operating System, associated products, and software maintenance for development purposes. No customization or configuration is done on the z/VSE ADCD. The z/VSE ADCD is provided as a HTTP download only with access on a request-only basis.
The download files are only distributed in awsckd format. The download is a binary file that can be renamed to *.gz and unziped with a gunzip command under linux. The awsckd files run under IBM System z Personal Development Tool (zPDT).
How to request access to the z/VSE ADCD download
- You must be a active participant in the System z Developer Discount offering
- Make sure that you are currently up to date on your System z Developer Discount annual certification.
- You will need to have agreed to the z/VSE ADCD license agreement and have your System z SW discount contract updated to reflect the z/VSE ADCD.
- Please send an email to email@example.com with "z/VSE ADCD Download Request" in the subject line. Include the following information:
- Company Name:
- Phone number:
- PartnerWorld company membership number:
- IBM customer number (under which the development system was purchased):
- Type of development system you will install the z/VSE 6.2 download on:
- When you request is received the IBM team will verify if your SW discount contract needs to updated. If it does they will follow up with you.
- Once your request is verified and approved, our support team in Dallas will contact you and provide you with a userid and download instructions.
- If you are an IBM employee wishing to acquire access to the z/VSE ADCD download, please order through by sending a note to zTech@us.ibm.com
The ADCD is a customized bundle of z/VSE and related products. It is not an IBM program product and is not supported as a product. The intent of the ADCD is to allow a user a way to quickly implement a z/OS system in order to concentrate on application development. In general choice of parameters and customizations are default install options with some changes due to user experiences.
Approved ISVs with zPDT based systems will need to have agreed to the ADCD license agreement, and have a signed System z Developer Discount contract on file with IBM prior to receiving a copy of the z/VSE ADCD. All license and agreements are done through the System z Developer Discount offering.
Obtaining the TCPIP product keys.
The product 5686-CS100 TCP/IP for VSE is included in this build, but is owned by CSI International. ISVs who need to use this product for application development purposes can contact CSI International about getting a license key. The contact at CSI International is Stephanie Robinette firstname.lastname@example.org.
The product 5686-BS1 IPV6/VSE for VSE is included in this build, but is owned by Barnard Software. ISVs who need to use this product for application development purposes can contact Barnard Software about getting a license key. The contact at Barnard Software is Teri Barnard email@example.com.
Be sure to mention zPDT and the zVSE ADCD.
Products contained in this release
|A026G8||DT/VSE BASE V1R1M1||5686-A0200||PRD2.PROD|
|BS1D10||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - IPV6/VSE 1.2.0||5686-BS100||PRD2.PROD|
|CS1ETP||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - TCP/IP 2.1.0||5686-CS100||PRD2.TCPIPC|
|DS21NM||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - ICKDSF 1.17.0||5658-99201||IJSYSRS.SYSLIB|
|F423NP||DB2 FOR VSE DATA RESTORE FEATURE 7.3.0||5697-F4205||PRD2.RCV730|
|F423NQ||DB2CC/VSE.7.3.0 - 5697-F42||5697-F4206||PRD2.CCF730|
|F425NC||DB2 FOR VSE...7.5.C||5697-F4207||PRD2.DB2750C|
|F425NN||DB2 FOR VSE...7.5.0||5697-F4201||PRD2.DB2750|
|RG1O42||RPGII......1.3.0 5746-RG1 DOS/VS RPG II RELEASE 1.3.0||5746-RG100||PRD2.PROD|
|SM334A||DFSORT/VSE.3.4.0 - 5746-SM3||5746-SM310||PRD2.PROD|
|VSEB2P||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - CICS TS FOR VSE 2.1.0||5655-VSE00||PRD1.BASE|
|VS661C||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - VSE BASE PROGRAMS 9.3.0|| 5746-VS611
|VS661D||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - VSE IUI ENGLISH 9.3.0||5686-VS602||IJSYSRS.SYSLIB|
|VS661G||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - VSE AF/PWR/VSAM MACROS 9.3.0|| 5686-VS606
|VS661I||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - REXX/VSE 9.3.0|| 5686-VS616
|VS661K||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - LE/VSE BASE 1.4.9||5686-VS632||PRD2.SCEEBASE|
|VS661L||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - LE/VSE C 1.4.9||5686-VS633||PRD2.SCEEBASE|
|VS661N||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - VSE CONNECTOR 9.3.0||5686-VS635||PRD1.BASE|
|VS661O||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - OSA/SF 9.3.0||5686-VS630||PRD1.BASE|
|VS661S||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - CRYPTO SERVICES 9.3.0||5686-VS617||PRD1.BASE|
|VS661V||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - CF OS/390 API 9.3.0||5686-VS614||PRD2.PROD|
|VS661W||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - LE/VSE COBOL 1.4.9||5686-VS636||PRD2.SCEEBASE|
|VS661Y||Z/VSE VERSION 6.2.0 - ENCRYPT/FAC 1.2.0||5686-VS640||PRD2.PROD|
|VS661Z||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - LE/VSE PLI 1.4.9||5686-VS637||PRD2.SCEEBASE|
|XXT228||SDF II VSE BASE.1.6.0 - 5746-XXT||5746-XXT01||PRD2.PROD|
|0111NL||CICSVR/VSE.1.2.0 - 5686-011||5686-01101||PRD2.PROD|
|065FE6||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - ACF/VTAM VERSION 4.2.0||5686-06501||PRD1.BASE|
|09936O||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - DITTO/ESA VERSION 1.3.0||5648-09901||PRD1.BASE|
|234689||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - HLASM 1.6.0||5696-23400||PRD1.BASE|
|260E00||Z/VSE 6.2.0 - EREP VERSION 3.5.0||5656-26001||PRD1.BASE|
This download configuration consist of two 3390-9 zPDT volumes:
The default layout of z/VSE installation is used.
Sample Text and Scripts
Sample gunzip commands for loading ADCD files under zPDT
The use of the z/OS, z/VM, and z/VSE IBM Software stacks (also known as ADCD) for zPDT systems are restricted to qualified PartnerWorld Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) who are active participants in the IBM Z Developer Discount Program (zDD) and are licensed to use the z Personal Development Tool (zPDT) system.
The IBM Software stacks and associated downloads are licensed to the specific system by zPDT machine type/model serial number and cannot be transferred to any other machine. The Programs provided in the IBM Software stacks and associated downloads, are owned by IBM or an IBM supplier, and are copyrighted and licensed, not sold. Use of the products provided in the IBM Software stacks and associated downloads, are subject to the terms and conditions of the IBM Customer Agreement (ICA) - Attachment for Developer Discount - z System, and associated Addendum, the individual product licenses, and the associated Application Developers Controlled Distribution (ADCD) License Agreements for each IBM Software stack (z/OS, z/VM, z/VSE).
Use of the software included with the IBM Software stacks on any other system or software emulator is strictly prohibited and is in violation of the terms and conditions of the ADCD License agreements and the z System Developer Discount offering.