This documentation applies to Natural Development Server (product code NDV) under SMARTS on BS2000.
SMARTS is an acronym for "Software AG Multi-Architecture Runtime System". It constitutes a runtime layer that allows POSIX-like applications to run on mainframe operating systems. Software AG products communicate with the operating system through the SMARTS layer.
Natural Development Server for BS2000 is released together with Natural for Mainframes. It has the same version number as Natural for Mainframes.
For information on changes, enhancements or new features in this version of Natural Development Server, see the Release Notes in the corresponding Natural for Mainframes documentation.
|Introducing Natural Development Server||Describes purpose and functionality of Natural Development Server which is used in conjunction with NaturalONE or Natural for Windows (as a client) in a Natural Single Point of Development (SPoD) environment.|
|Development Server File||Describes purpose and use of the Natural
Development Server file, a central dictionary file that is structurally
identical to the Natural system file
|Natural Development Server on Mainframes||Describes concept and architecture of Natural Development Server.|
|Prerequisites||Describes prerequisites that apply when you install Natural Development Server on a mainframe computer.|
|Installing the Natural Development Server||How to install Natural Development Server in the runtime environment SMARTS on BS2000.|
|Configuring the Natural Development Server||How to configure Natural Development Server.|
|Operating the Natural Development Server||How to operate Natural Development Server.|
|Monitor Client NATMOPI||Describes the Monitor Client NATMOPI, a character-based command interface for monitoring the various types of servers that are provided in a mainframe Natural environment.|
|HTML Monitor Client||Describes the HTML Monitor Client, a monitor interface that supports any web browser as a user interface for monitoring the various types of servers that are provided in a mainframe Natural environment.|
|SPoD-Specific Limitations and Considerations||Describes the limitations which are due to the different capabilities of the graphical user interface available on the local site and the character-based user interface that exists on the remote site. In addition, this document includes hints which are important for the efficient use of the remote development facilities.|
|Natural Development Server Frequently Asked Questions||Contains frequently asked questions concerning Natural Development Server.|
Natural Single Point of Development documentation
Natural for Windows documentation
Natural for Mainframes documentation