Welcome to this
website which has provided a very useful working tool for the MVS Project
Workbench and Files Organizer utility. This tool is called the
"MVS Project Work Manager". It is an ISPF-based working tool package that can be used to
simulate the file systems which have been widely used on the PC environments, such as
PC Windows, MAC, UNIX, and LINUX. This tool was primarily
written in the REXX programming language associated with the ISPF functions.
This tool has provided the methods that can change the
traditional ways for the programmers to handle the MVS files on the ISPF panels very easily. This tool package
has extensively simplified the ISPF process. By using this
tool your MVS programming productivity can be greatly
improved. Please click here or click the Introduction link at the left
pane to view the Highlight Report document for a quick overview of
this tool package.
This is a large MVS tool package.
However, it is very easy to learn and easy to use. The
total size of this tool is about 8.5M bytes, which might
take some time for you to download to your PC hard drive.
Please click here or click the Download link at the left
pane to download this free software.
After download, you will need to use
WinZip to unzip the PC files, and then read the readme.txt file for the
detail instructions of how to upload the PC files to your
MVS host and learn how to start using this tool.
On the download page, you may read through
few simple instructions at the 'Getting A Quick Start'
section to learn how to start to use this tool also.
This tool package is an MVS mainframe
S/390 and z/OS freeware. It is provided on the "AS
IS" basis. This tool package has been tested and proven
to be safe, yet it is made available to you without any
warranty. The REXX programs released in this tool package
are in the compiled code format. The source code of this
tool package has been included for you to freely download if the compiled REXX
system tool is not available in the MVS system of your company.
Thank you for visiting this Web site. My
name is Nicholas L. Sun. I have three
M.S. degrees in Computer Engineering, Computer Science,
and Mathematics, and I am also a certified Novell NetWare Engineer (CNE), a
certified CIW Web Design Associates. I formerly worked for a major
computer manufacture company in New York
as an MVS system and application programmer and also worked as an engineer
in the mainframe hardware
design simulation areas for more than 20 years.
I am the inventor of an Invention
named "System and Method for the Emergency
Voice-Image E-mail Transmitter Device", which is a Portable Surveillance System that can protect many people around the world to fight against
voilent crimes and save their lives. I received a US patent 7,751,534 for this invention on June 22, 2010.
I would like to thank Mr. Matt
Seabold, who was an ISPF developer of that major computer
manufacture company in Cary of North Carolina, for his
technical assistance that helped me on solving many ISPF
related problems while I was developing this tool package
during the years working as an MVS programming consultant
for that computer manufacture company.
(By the way, for your information this
tool package is most suitable for the MVS programming
consultants who need to handle multiple projects
simultaneously because this tool can organize the MVS
files very easily without needing you to memorize a lot
of unfamiliar and tedious data set names, and it is
portable, easy to install, and easy to use.)
I would like to thank many of my tool
users for their numerous suggestions and encouragement.
This tool package that I released on the TOOLKIT tools
library at the company I used to work is named the MVS
Project Work Manager. The short name is PROJWRK.
(If you find this tool is very useful and
wish to let me know, or if you have any suggestions about
the improvement of a function of this tool package,
please don't hesitate to send me an email by clicking here
me link on the left pane. Do you like this
Web site? Please click here to tell a friend.)
I would like to thank Mr. Jack Altman, a
good friend of mine who is an Advisory Programmer and a
Webmaster of that major computer manufacture company in
Poughkeepsie of New York, for setting up the classes and
taught many people in that company to learn how to use
this tool package.
I would like to thank Mr. Lionel B. Dyck, the author of a
very useful MVS S/390 and z/OS Freeware, for his insight
information which guided me to build this Web site.