Java Batch Testing

JSLplus+

JSLplus+ enhances the validation and run-time simulation of Java batch processes that adhere to JSR-352 Job Specification Language (JSL) standards, within the IBM Z batch processing model.

JSLplus+ is a Java Eclipse-based IDE plugin that helps ensure the efficient integration of Java Batch quality controls to existing batch lifecycle processes, minimizing costly production defects and improving overall efficiency.

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Performs JSL syntax checking, error detection, semantics validation, and artifact verification for Job XMLs

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Detailed JSL validation reporting and cross-reference windows for Java Batch processing

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Efficient integration of Java Batch quality controls to existing batch lifecycle processes

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Minimizes costly production defects and improves overall efficiency

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Compatible with any Java Eclipse-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE)

Features of JSLplus+

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Job XML Syntax checking, JSL-specific error detection and more

Validates your Job XML files, effectively identifies any JSL-specific errors, validates JSL semantics, verifies artifact references and more.

Detailed report and additional cross-reference windows

Provides summarized warnings & errors, searchable indexed references, and graphical visualization for job flow steps, making the JSL validation process more intuitive and reviewable.

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Compatible with any Eclipse-based Java Integrated Development Environment (IDE)

Works with any Eclipse-based Java Integrated Development environment, including IBM Developer for z/OS (IDz), BMC Compuware Topaz Workbench, Micro Focus Enterprise Developer for Eclipse, native Eclipse, and others. JSLplus+ supports Job XMLs coded according to Java Batch version 1.0, 2.0, or 2.1 specifications, ensuring full compatibility and support.

Latest Blogs

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IBM Z
May 2, 2024
Advanced Tooling for Better IBM Z Batch Processing
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IBM Z
April 18, 2024
Why Use Java Batch for IBM Z Batch Processing? (Part 2)
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IBM Z
April 5, 2024
Why Use Java Batch for IBM Z Batch Processing? (Part 1)

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