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Status Future consideration
Workspace Optim
Created by Guest
Created on May 14, 2019

Missing pdf docs for Optim TestData Management 11.7

No pdf-documentation is actually available

Needed by Date May 12, 2019
  • Admin
    Peter Costigan
    Aug 1, 2021

    Hi, I'm asking Optim development if they have other documentation.

    In general, there is documentation about Lua for Optim Distributed, including more sample programs, but I don't think there is a lot more. Also there is separate documentation about Lua (not Optim Lua). This is generally available with a Google search, since Lua is an open source language.

  • Guest
    Jul 30, 2021

    z/OS Optim

    My Developper customers consume a lot a valuable time with the writing and debug of LUA procedure.

    The only documentation is the samples in SFOPSAMP(FOPLUA*)

    Please, help us LUA Red books [for dummies?]