The Object Handler is designed to process Natural and non-Natural objects for distribution in Natural environments. This is done by unloading the objects in the source environment into work files and loading them from work files into the target environment.
The Object Handler documentation is organized in the following parts:
|General Information on the Object Handler
|Invoking the Object Handler in batch or online mode; applying Natural Security.
|Using the Object Handler menu functions: unload, load, restart load, scan, view, find and administration.
|Specifying the objects to be processed with Object Handler menu functions: Natural Library Objects, Natural System Error Messages, Natural Command Processors, Natural DDMs, Natural-Related Objects, External Files and FDTs.
|Specifying option and parameter settings for Object Handler menu functions.
|Using standard procedures to execute Object Handler functions.
|Name, Date and Time Specification
|Specifying names, dates, times and ranges.
|Work files used by the Object Handler.
|Using direct commands to perform Object Handler functions.
|Batch Condition Codes and User Exit Routines
|Condition codes and user exit routines provided in batch mode.
|Displaying status information, setting trace and report options, and transferring work files.
|Invoking or activating specific Object Handler options.
|Setting up a profile to define individual defaults and standard procedures.
|Migration from SYSTRANS to the Object Handler
|Migrating from the utility SYSTRANS to the Object Handler.