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FTP and store them in the same
z/OS UNIX directory:
zOS Migration from V2.1 to
future, when it's clear that
most clients are using z/OSMF,
IBM plans to provide the z/OS
Migration Workflow only and will
concentrate further enhancements
on that deliverable.
With all the new enhancements in z/OSMF Workflows
and in z/OS V2.3 migration,
we continue the journey toward
an easier migration of the
Keep an eye on the GitHub
site, as you'll see other
interesting workflows appear
in the future.
Saved for Future
In z/OSMF, you can archive
any workflows that you have
completed or no longer need.
Doing so removes the workflow
from the Workflows table
and places it in an archive for
reference. An archived workflow
is inactive, but its information
can be viewed at any time. When
you no longer want to retain an
archived workflow, you can delete
it permanently from z/OSMF.
To archive an active workflow,
use the Archive action that is
provided in the Workflows table.
The archive-related actions
are available to the workflow
owner only. When a workflow
is archived, z/OSMF sends a
notification of the archive action
to the users who are step owners
for the workflow.
More Changes to Come
In keeping with our goal to
enhance the z/OS Migration
Workflow, some major
enhancements have been made for
z/OS V2.3. Some take advantage
of z/OSMF workflow infrastructure
improvements, and others are
intended to make it easier to
manage your software migration.
For the time being, both the
z/OS Migration book and the
z/OS Migration Workflow will
be produced and kept in sync.
However, at some point in the
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