COMPUTER GROUP, INC. 27063 Laurel Lane · Olmsted Township, OH 44138 · (800) 526-3744, (888) 526-3744/fax
software is supplied as compiled object under D20. E-mail us if you need a
version compiled with a prior OS version.
A web form based
replacement for SCOBOL to front end all of your applications. Build and
use a front end in minutes with no programming required.
A utility program for viewing, moving, and changing the data in Enscribe files. It provides many powerful features that are not available in any Tandem supplied software.
Allows any process-to-process or process-to-device I/O to pass through transparently. The pass-thru data can be captured with timestamp for use with other applications such as reporting and playback. Buffer I/O's to give your applications a performance boost.
Records a dynamic Pathway 6530 block mode terminal session for reporting, playback, or screen I/O analysis. Operate a Pathway application normally and produce a report with pictures of all screen and keyboard activity. This routine acts a front end to the SCOPE product, holding the configuration settings and making usage as easy as a single command.
Starts a new TACL process on the current hometerm with I/O logging in place. This routine acts a front end to the SCOPE product, holding the configuration settings and making usage as easy as a single command. SHOWLOG can be used to produce a report from the log, after the TACL session has ended, or real-time as the session takes place.
Reads the log data captured by the SCOPE product. It can produce various reports including screen prints of block mode activity or play back the captured I/O to a user specified target. I/O Playback can be done at full speed, captured speed, or a specified rate.
Produces a report from a log file produced using SCOPE. The report can be sent to the terminal screen or a spooler location. The report may be optionally produced real-time as TACL logging is taking place. This routine acts a front end to the REPLAY product, holding the configuration settings and making usage as easy as a single command.
Virtual terminal process. Can be used as the HOMETERM for processes and a central location for sending messages. Messages sent to VTERM are optionally logged to a file and forwarded to another location. Logged messages are timestamped and their sender is identified.
Accesses new data logged by a VTERM virtual terminal process and outputs it to a terminal, realtime as the data is logged. The output terminal becomes an "echo" of whatever the VTERM process receives. Provides a "live copy" of a virtual terminal process. Whatever is written to the VTERM process is echoed onto every terminal running LIVETERM.
Accesses the data logged by a VTERM process. The user can specify a date and time range and optionally, other filter criteria. This routine scans multiple VTERM log files and makes it easy to retrieve specific log data for display.
Archives a VTERM virtual terminal log file (or any file), keeping a configurable number of versions.
Start a TACL session already logged on as another user. Optionally, log all activity performed from the new TACL session. Allow controlled access to shared user ids without the need to publish the passwords.
Starts a TACL session, already logged on as another user, without supplying the password. Access can be restricted by user-id or Safeguard Alias, which can be hard coded into the routine or controlled via Safeguard. This routine acts as a front-end for the TSTRT product, holding the configuration settings and making usage as easy as a single command.
Builds an unstructured data file or a self-extracting executable from 1 or more Enscribe files. The original file formats and record level information are maintained for each file put into the package.
Runs in the background, continually monitoring a user supplied list of processes. Provides notification and/or process restart when a listed process is not running.
An add-on for use with JWATCH, providing faster response to processes that end and consuming fewer resources during monitoring.
TCP/IP client and server driver.
Allows any Tandem program to communicate with any TCP/IP address/port (URL) as easily as if it were a local process, file or device. Open the TCPIPDR process and communicate normally (write/writeread/read).
Any program that can access the TCP/IP address of the Tandem (URL) can read or write to any Tandem process, device, or file, or send transactions to any Tandem Pathway server.
Send a display message to a TACL process. The receiving message can be made to display the message immediately when sitting at a TACL prompt or when paused by sending it a system BREAK message using the BREAK product.
Send a Guardian BREAK message to any process.
Executes any single word command against every file in the designated file template. File names are passed to the command as fully qualified file names.
Executes any single word command against every file in the designated file template. File names are passed to the command as unqualified file names.
Edits a string for proper date format.
Edits a string for proper time format.
Computes a past or future date and time from a specified date and time, plus or minus a specified time period.
Starts the VTERM virtual terminal process.
Archives a file by renaming it, keeping a specified number of versions.
A non-stop bit-bucket process. It ignores all messages sent to it.
Starts the $NULL bit-bucket process.
A special TACLCSTM file for use with the PROMOTE and TSTRT products.