I had no trouble finding a link; the problem is that it was requiring a userid.


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Subject: Re: Pu

The main page for every z/OS version in KC has a link to the most recent
PoOp right on its main page. For example, see
https://secure-web.cisco.com/1OmfcaOvzM93nlzLVTE7N9fP4ueKKMzj59pNnOkC_WHbgnYV7edmdSw7Dc8KMvZjibV43QNb0NYeK58KoBab41BsrwG9A4voua_ZHeqTqLj-o7CZvisqMZw1wIhT-4xxsK85lkE8921tFi8-CcOlu-3HX_hsOr54zb4kqprkuOTdUBl2Tds7hKeA08J-D9Yfm3uvgYLQyPReWjjauPEYKdLCMOMpY3Kpei9Qsw7mBQpEcbqfNn0nmSHGBdVI3EiUcmbP70HH5vJDlseSokGYp2jmKNh0MeHHYbdngEEWu6JN40YOz305DI700ST2ckCrYANxS-LpQJBF-auXgKjiKKJmGoyCoka1t5VMAo9jYdihlU5QAjYZDnhwSLBPWq1w4aHM-Xeq8MLhqFOhTnpHr1MmxM_EhNnCniZwitHGtpPIdl0WEh6zmM8nKQjwdRPQp/https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ibm.com%2Fsupport%2Fknowledgecenter%2FSSLTBW_2.3.0
 .
Alternatively, at least until/if the URL or form number change, you can
point ppl to the PubsCenter (
https://secure-web.cisco.com/1gU8MY4TD47gj_nttqaSLeL0xlvPFx0c7xRHhDjiWQaIUsu2Z-a81NOzOtoO0vjJyNuhddthw8H-yw7LD1MSqOiryy8rDcO2wjF4qcQ-NRMe-XHaZnWNKfuA0uJZLkaGFcS4M3RLdDELy4gUz-u3fybCPRmUEPvt0e3dX-SoD5KcOuZ6Z3ZiQKCH5lrJoCrLTqHRrtdghf9Hc8UHGT7BsKfvulYNZyG3FE7vlajBFGhZiqk4RpDQbcL7K4i5G2pKMqdo0WEm9bqr_BBBqQr1se85yi4B_c6jdltWxG-Gf4ZcWqJ59TbHCmxRcB34aIgGSbS6dRbxTliQ-XZck_V0xhcAb5KpNrb2OzT28CKKaT9vPCoA4XNJWiDI6DP-YEAPxG18yKd-4J9u3eD38KJmYTAQh6EQ9GwN56_WKeiefPJ2ZpSMk4YTFa5ZtqwaSYXvK/https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ibm.com%2Fe-business%2Flinkweb%2Fpublications%2Fservlet%2Fpbi.wss
 ),
instruct them to search on form number "SA22-7832", and then look for
the highest dash level.

- Sue Shumway

On 02/01/18 10:39 AM, Steve Smith wrote:
> The direct document links are more stable than I thought.  Sorry.  As
> for new processors, I don't think they are produced on a regular
> schedule; but that's not really the point.  When a new one is
> published, the article will be out-of-date.  But given the nature of
> Wikipedia and encyclopediae in general, that's not a fatal flaw.
>
> sas
>
> On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 8:35 AM, Tom Marchant
> <0000000a2a8c2020-dmarc-requ...@listserv.ua.edu> wrote:
>> On Wed, 31 Jan 2018 15:42:09 -0500, Steve Smith wrote:
>>
>>> There are definitely links to the current PoOp, but given the swirling
>>> chaos that is ibm.com, its validity cannot be guaranteed for more than
>>> say, a couple of days.
>>
>> My experience is that URLs pointing to manuals have remained constant.
>> I can't remember a link to a manual ever being changed.
>>
>>> Besides, it gets updated to a new edition
>>> quite irregularly.
>>
>> A new edition gets releases on the GA date for a new generation of
>> processors. Occasionally, a new one is released on the GA date for
>> what used to be called the "Business Class" processor. I wouldn't
>> call that "quite irregularly."
>>
>> --
>> Tom Marchant
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