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Supported Operating Systems


SELCOPY Batch and SELCOPYi - IBM Mainframe


Maintenance support for SELCOPY release 3.10 and earlier has been discontinued. It is recommended that all users upgrade to SELCOPY 3.40 (installed as part of the SELCOPY Product Suite).

SELCOPY for IBM Mainframe is written in IBM Mainframe Assembler, is currently linked as AMODE=24 and uses standard data management and system routines throughout.

Fixes to SELCOPY 3.30 and SELCOPY 3.40 (referred to as ZAPs) are produced to address specific problems and possibly introduce minor new features into the product.

The table to the right lists only those SELCOPY ZAPs that are necessary for successful execution on specific versions/releases of each supported operating system.



IBM Mainframe Base Systems
Operating System Version/Release SELCOPY Maintenance
z/OS 2.3, 2.2, 2.1, 1.13, 1.12, 1.11, 1.10, 1.9, 1.8, 1.7, 1.6, 1.5, 1.4, 1.3, 1.2, 1.1, 1.0
(all maintenance levels)
None
z/VM 5.3 and below
(all maintenance levels)
None
z/VSE 4.1 and below
(all maintenance levels)
None

For full maintenance to SELCOPY on Mainframe platforms, please review and download the latest SELCOPY ZAPs from the SELCOPY Maintenance page.

64-bit Architecture
No maintenance is required for SELCOPY to execute successfully in a 64-bit system. As for 31-bit environments, IBM has maintained support for AMODE=24 Assembler programs in 64-bit OS/390, z/OS and z/VM operating systems.

SELCOPY - MS Windows, UNIX and iSeries


Maintenance support for SELCOPY release 3.10 and earlier has been discontinued. It is recommended that all users upgrade to SELCOPY 3.40.

SELCOPY for MS Windows, UNIX and iSeries is written in the C++ Language.

Program fixes to SELCOPY for MS Windows, UNIX and iSeries are provided as replacement SELCOPY executables. Each new executable has an associated Build level.

Due to the nature of SELCOPY's operation and functionality, it is anticipated that an early version of SELCOPY, installed by a user on a specific level of an operating system, will continue to operate unchanged on a later level of that operating system.

However, the table to the right lists the recommended, minimum SELCOPY release and Build Level for use on specific versions/releases of each supported operating system.



Operating System Version/Release SELCOPY Maintenance
OS/400 (IBM AS/400 & iSeries) 4.2 and above SELCOPY 2.08
AIX (IBM RS/6000 & pSeries) 4.1.5 and above SELCOPY 2.08
Tru64 (HP Alpha) 4.0D and above SELCOPY 2.08
HP-UX (PA-RISC) 10.20 and above SELCOPY 3.10
Solaris (SUN SPARC) 2.4 and above SELCOPY 2.08
Linux (Intel) 8.0 and above SELCOPY 3.40
MS Windows (Intel) XP and above SELCOPY 3.40

The latest SELCOPY executable is available for download under Full Product files (Zipped) on the SELCOPY downloads page.

CBLVCAT - IBM Mainframe


Maintenance support for CBLVCAT release 3.10 and earlier has been discontinued. It is recommended that all users upgrade to CBLVCAT 3.40 (installed as part of the SELCOPY Product Suite).

CBLVCAT is written in IBM Mainframe Assembler, is linked as AMODE=31 and uses standard data management and system routines throughout.

Fixes to CBLVCAT (referred to as ZAPs) are produced to address specific problems and possibly introduce minor new features into the product.

The following table lists only those CBLVCAT ZAPs that are necessary for successful execution on specific versions/releases of each supported operating system.



IBM Mainframe Base Systems
Operating System Version/Release CBLVCAT Maintenance
z/OS 2.3, 2.2, 2.1, 1.13, 1.12, 1.11, 1.10, 1.9, 1.8, 1.7, 1.6, 1.5, 1.4, 1.3, 1.2, 1.1, 1.0
(all maintenance levels)
None
z/VM 5.3 and below
(all maintenance levels)
None
z/VSE 4.1 and below
(all maintenance levels)
None

For full maintenance to CBLVCAT please review and download the latest CBLVCAT ZAPs from the CBLVCAT Maintenance page.

64-bit Architecture
No maintenance is required for CBLVCAT to execute successfully in a 64-bit system. IBM has maintained support for AMODE=31 Assembler programs in 64-bit OS/390, z/OS and z/VM operating systems.