Tachyon File Tools
If you need to work with mainframe files on your personal computer,
you need the Tachyon File Tools.
The Tachyon File Tools now includes four utilities:
- With Tachyon Un-Xmit you can quickly extract data sets from a
TSO TRANSMIT file in a wide variety of formats.
You can unload an entire partitioned data set or just selected members.
Sequential data sets and PDS members can be converted to ASCII, extracted
as record-oriented EBCDIC files or printed in dump format.
Load library members can be delinked into object files and then relinked
to be run by the Tachyon Operating System.
- The new Tachyon Re-Xmit allows you to create TSO/E TRANSMIT files
from files on your workstation, including load libraries from modules
linked by the Tachyon Linkage Editor.
The TRANSMIT files can then be uploaded to the mainframe and unloaded into
sequential or partitioned data sets using the TSO/E RECEIVE command.
- With the Tachyon Update Utility you get real "IEBUPDTE" function
right on your personal computer.
ADD, CHANGE, REPL, REPRO, NUMBER and DELETE statements are supported.
You can apply changes to ASCII or EBCDIC files or extract members
from a file containing ADD statements.
If you have the Tachyon Operating System,
you can even run the Tachyon Update Utility using standard JCL.
- The Tachyon Linkage Editor creates load modules for use with the
Tachyon Operating System or for
uploading to the mainframe using Tachyon Re-Xmit.
The linker will link-edit the output of compilers that generates standard Object Module
Format (OMF), Extended Object Module Format (XOBJ) or
Generalized Object File Format (GOFF) object files.
These object files can be generated by the
Tachyon 390 Cross Assembler, Tachyon z/Assembler
or any mainframe compiler or assembler.
Even the options and
listing are similar to the mainframe linker.
To learn more about this product please see
Tachyon File Tools User's Guide.
You can preview the product
before you buy it.
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Last modified on April 30, 2007