Adso


Adso

Application Development System Online (ADSO) is a tool used to expedite the writing and testing of modular applications using IDMS databases. Activities such as flow-of-control processing, data storage definition, data verification, editing, error handling, terminal input and output, menu creation and menu display are specified by using a series of screens instead of conventional detailed code.

ADSO or ADS/O or just ADS is originally Cullinet product, later company was acquired by Computer Associates.

ADS/O has three componenets ADSG, ADSA, ADSR.

ADSA (ADS Application): Used to develop and compile processes/applications

ADSG (ADS Map generator) : Used to generate the screens/Maps for online application and compile the maps.

ADSR (ADS Run time) : Is used to run the Maps and Application generated by ADSA and ADSG in live ADSR environment.

ADSO can be used to develop online or batch applications.

Benefits

* Prototype without writing much code
* Review screen displays before coding process logic
* Input records can be automatically edited and verified using the editing and error-handling facilities
* Has a built-in debugging process
* Monitors runtime performance and resource usage
* Process logic can be added at any time
* Testing abilities to view the data and change it if needed
* Allows for step-by-step trace through application


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