MSM to Caché Conversion Guide
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Preface : 
  A.1 Overview
Chapter 1: 
  1.1 Determining Hardware Requirements
1.2 Determining Networking Requirements
1.2.1 Mixed MSM/Caché Networks
1.2.2 Running Caché and MSM on the Same Machine
1.2.3 Ensuring Unique $JOB Values Across the Network
1.3 Installing Caché
1.3.1 Installing the Caché License Key
Chapter 2: 
  2.1 Creating Database Files
2.2 Creating a Namespace Configuration
2.2.1 The CACHETEMP Database
Chapter 3: 
  3.1 Converting Selected Globals
3.2 Preserving MSM String Collation
3.3 Enabling Null Subscript Support in Caché
3.4 Converting Globals by Database
3.4.1 Running %MSMCVT in Block Mode
Chapter 4: 
  4.1 How Routines Differ
4.2 Porting MSM Routines
4.3 MSM Language Compatibility Mode
4.4 Converting Nonstandard Functions and Features
4.4.1 MSM-XCALL Functions
4.4.2 OS Functions via %OS and $ZOS
4.4.3 Converting ZWINTERM Calls
4.4.4 MSM Preprocessor Directives
4.4.5 Extended References for Globals and Routines
4.4.6 Handling End-of-file Situations in Caché
4.5 MSM and Cache Database Networking (DDP)
Chapter 5: 
  5.1 Connection Tools
5.1.1 MSM-Activate
5.1.2 MSM-SQL, KB-SQL, and M/SQL
5.1.3 MSM-PDQWeb
5.1.4 MSM-Workstation
5.2 Terminal Servers
5.2.1 TELNET and LAT Terminal Servers
5.2.2 Serial Port Expander Boards
5.2.3 Conversion of MSM Terminal Device Characteristics
Chapter 6: 
  6.1 Configuring Caché
6.2 Configuring Devices
6.3 Automating Caché Backups
6.4 Caché Journaling
6.4.1 Shadow System Journaling
6.4.2 Shadowing and Switching from MSM to Caché
Appendix A: 
Appendix B: 
  B.1 Commands
B.2 Operators
B.3 Structured System Variables
B.4 Functions
B.5 Preprocessor Directives
B.6 Special Variables