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CA TPX™ Session Management - 5.4
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Portfolio Simplification for CA TPX Session Management

Last update May 10, 2017

CA TPX Session Management for z/OS now includes all features and capabilities:

ADC Option

Allows the compression of inbound and outbound data in a network, which reduces network traffic and shortens queuing times. The result is improved end-user response time.

Application Integration Package

Provides access to the following options: CA TPX Session Management Mailbox Option, CA TPX Session Management ACLE Option, CA TPX Session Management ADC Option, CA TPX Session Management Pass Thru Print Sup Option and CA TPX Session Management Mainframe Windows Option.

ACLE Option

A high-level programming language used to automate routine interactions (such as signing on and off ) and that provides powerful tools that enhance the way users see and use applications.

Extended Package

Provides access to the following options: CA TPX Session Management Mailbox Option, CA TPX Session Management ACLE Option and CA TPX Session Management ADC Option.

Mailbox Option Allows CA TPX users to send messages to another user’s terminal or mailbox.
Access Management package

Provides access to the following options: CA TPX Session Management Mailbox Option, CA TPX Session Management ACLE Option, CA TPX Session Management ADC Option, CA TPX Session Management View Option and STX Basic with one STX terminal emulator (STX simplifies access to applications connected via X.25 networks).

Pass Thru Print Sup Option

Enables CA TPX to determine where to send output requested by certain users or groups of users by using printer tables to map print requests to the requestor’s default printer.

CA TPX Session Management Package A grouping of several options.
View Option

Gives the TPX administrator the ability to view another user’s application session on the same instance of TPX, and sometimes interact with that session. This option is helpful when you need to view a user’s screen to troubleshoot a problem.

Mainframe Windows Option

Allows a user to view and interact with two or more application sessions simultaneously using one terminal.

CA TPX Session Management for z/VM now includes all features and capabilities:

Data Compression Option

Allows the compression of inbound and outbound data in a network, which reduces network traffic and shortens queuing times. The result is improved end-user response time.

Application Integration Package

Provides access to the following options: CA TPX Session Management Mailbox Option, CA TPX Session Management ACLE Option, CA TPX Session Management ADC Option, CA TPX Session Management Pass Thru Print Sup Option and CA TPX Session Management Mainframe Windows Option.

ACLE Option

A high-level programming language used to automate routine interactions (such as signing on and off ) and that provides powerful tools that enhance the way users see and use applications.

Extended Package

Provides access to the following options: CA TPX Session Management Mailbox Option, CA TPX Session Management ACLE Option and CA TPX Session Management ADC Option.

Mailbox Option Allows CA TPX users to send messages to another user’s terminal or mailbox.
Pass Thru Printer Option

Enables CA TPX to determine where to send output requested by certain users or groups of users by using printer tables to map print requests to the requestor’s default printer.

View Option

Gives the TPX Administrator the ability to view another user’s application session on the same instance of TPX, and sometimes interact with that session. This option is helpful when you need to view a user’s screen to troubleshoot a problem.

Multiscreen Option

Allows a user to view and interact with two or more application sessions simultaneously using one terminal.

Next Steps

To use these options, go to your usual download facility (for example, CA Support Online) and download the additional component features from the drop-down list. If one of the downloads requires an LMP key, follow your usual process to acquire the key. 

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