Published August 1997
by Ibm .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||366|
If you're studying to prepare for IBM Certification as an AS/ System Administrator, you need this book. The Starter Kit covers everything you're likely to need including messaging, CL, Backup and Recovery strategy, general system administration, security, work management, database concepts and much more/5(2). The IBM® i Information Center offers Portable Document Format (PDF) files for viewing or printing the following topics. Users of the IBM i Information Center must first read and agree with the terms and conditions for downloading and printing publications.. If you are looking for a specific PDF that is not listed in the table, see the list of additional reference manuals. Documentation for IBM i v5r4 is not available in IBM Knowledge Center.. IBM i release V5R4 is out of service. The products, versions, and releases listed in this topic are out of service. However, you can view the documentation for IBM i as PDF files. – IBM Network Station Manager for AS/ (SC) IBM Network Station documentation for the S/ platform: – IBM Network Station Manager for S/ (SC) – IBM Network Station—Getting Started (SG). While this book was written for IBM Network Station in the S/ environment, much of the information applies to all platforms.
Tivoli for AS/ Endpoints User’s Guide vii Preface Tivoli Management Environment for AS/ provides support for AS/ endpoints in the Tivoli Management Region (TMR). This guide explains the concepts and procedures necessary for you to effectively use Tivoli for AS/ to manage AS/ systems running the Tivoli endpoint Size: 1MB. Consult the AS/—IBM Network Station—Getting Started manual to help you configure your network stations. After you have set up your DHCP server(s), your network computers (NCs) can basically boot and configure themselves with no operator intervention. This IBM Redbooks publication offers a collection of knowledge gained from Geac consultants, customers, and AS/ professionals who have experience with System 21 and the AS/ system. This is a detailed guide that explains the concepts and specific tasks associated with implementation of System 21 on the AS/ system. IBM introduced the AS/ system in It was an integrated system featuring hardware (AS/) and an operating system (OS/), along with many core functions such as an integrated database. Both the hardware and the software have gone through many upgrades, revisions, and name changes over the years.
IBM WebSphere Application Server for AS/ Version of the Java-based environment for development and deployment of dynamic, e-business Web sites is now available as a feature of OS/ WebSphere Application Server for AS/, previously included with HTTP Server for AS/, is IBM's premier Web application server. This OS/ transform service is important for Network Station AS/ users to allow them to print locally or remotely to AFP printers or PCL type printers since the print output of the Network Station is PostScript Level 1. PostScript files from other sources (Internet or other servers) can also have files converted to match a target printer. The Network Computer (or NC) was a diskless desktop computer device made by Oracle Corporation from about to The devices were designed and manufactured by an alliance, which included Sun Microsystems, IBM, and devices were designed with minimum specifications, based on the Network Computer Reference brand was . Books shelved as as Inside the AS/ Featuring the AS/e Series by Frank G. Soltis, Mastering the AS/ by Jerry Fottral, Exploring IBM AS/ C.