This page is the starting point for accessing documentation for all Kednos software products.
All manuals are produced using either DECdocument from Touch Technologies, Inc. or Javadoc from Oracle.
Kednos PL/I for OpenVMS
The following documentation is related to all versions of Kednos PL/I for OpenVMS on all supported architectures.
Documentation for HP OpenVMS is available in HTML and PDF format from HP here.
All documentation for all OpenVMS products (including Integration products) can be downloaded below as a single saveset.as a single savset. It is possible that the BACKUP savset file attributes may be scrambled. To correct this download the DCL procedure, RESET_BACKUP_SAVSET_ATTRIBUTES.COM and execute it, passing the saveset name as the first parameter.
- OpenVMS Products Documentation Bundle ZIP|BCK
Kednos PL/I for Tru64 UNIX
The following documentation is related to all versions of Kednos PL/I for Tru64 UNIX (formerly Digital UNIX and OSF/1).
- Installation Guide HTML
- User's Manual HTML
- Reference Manual HTML
Documentation for HP Tru64 UNIX is available in HTML and PDF format from HP here.
The documentation for all integration products can be found on their respective pages. The links below will take you to the documentation for the relevant product.
|29 Jul 2009
||OpenVMS I64 TIE Internals: Emulating Alpha Control Instructions HTML|PDF
This article, published in the OpenVMS Technical Journal V13, is intended as the first in a series of articles detailing as finely as possible the internals of the Translated Image Environment for OpenVMS I64.
This particular article covers the emulation of Alpha control instructions. It describes both local and non-local jumps as well as emulated and translated branches.
|22 Jun 2009
||WSIT and J2VMS: A Comparative Analysis HTML|PDF
This article attempts to compare the features of Kednos' Java-to-VMS Toolkit and HP's Web Services Integration Toolkit as a method for calling native OpenVMS routines from a Java environment.
*This article was submitted to the OpenVMS Technical Journal, but rejected on the grounds that this journal does not publish articles comparing products.
| 28 Jan 2009
||Calling OpenVMS Native Routines From Java HTML|PDF
||This article, published in the OpenVMS Technical Journal V12, is a brief introduction and tutorial on the use of a collection of tools offered by Kednos intended to make it easier for Java and native code to interact. Although Kednos' primary business is PL/I compilers, the tools described in this article can be used to interface Java with any native OpenVMS language that adheres to the common calling standard.