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File No. S370-30
Systems OS/VS2 Access Method Services
This publication was produced using the
IBM Document Composition Facility
(program number 5748-XX9)
and the master was printed on the
IBM 3800 Printing Subsystem.
Fourth Edition (October 1980)
This is a major revision of, and makes obsolete, GC26-3841-2.
This edition applies to Release 1.0 of Data Facillty/Device
Support~ Program Product 5740-AM7, as well as to Release 3.8 of
OS/VS2 MVS, and to any subsequent releases until otherwise
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