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This Administrator's Guide describes how to set up, configure and maintain a working Mainframe Express system on a group of workstations. Mainframe Express is the MERANT product that enables programmers to do development work on mainframe applications in a PC environment.
This guide is intended for system administrators. You should have experience of providing IT support to PC users.
The following type styles and conventions are used in this Administrator's Guide:
cat script_name | more
The italic text denotes a variable that you type as part of the command.
column_nameis like the
pattern_value, or is not like the
pattern_value, depending on the absence or presence of the optional word
column_name [NOT] LIKE pattern_value
This paragraph only applies on Windows 95 systems.