tcACCESS is the comprehensive integration solution for mainframe users who want to integrate mainframe data in their data virtualization or SOA solution. With tcACCESS, IBM mainframe data can be easily and directly accessed, and API managed mainframe applications can be used in combination with client-server, web, cloud and Hadoop technologies – without any mainframe know-how and programming effort. tcACCESS allows the user or programmer to access not only Db2, but also all non-relational mainframe sources with standard SQL commands.

Direct access to ODBC/JDBC resources or Oracle and Db2 LUW databases from batch or online applications on the mainframe
No limitation in the mainframe environment regarding the integration of new technology
Significantly reduces the programming effort for data integration across systems
Existing SAF interface: Mainframe security (e.g. RACF, TOP SECRET, ACF2) also works with the "new technologies"
All data is accessed with SQL syntax
The SSL protocol is available for a secure data transfer
Easy implementation via API
Bidirectional & transaction‑oriented
Synchronous & asynchronous
Relational view
Comprehensive relational view on IBM mainframe data sources such as Db2, VSAM, IMS/DB, DL/I, Adabas, IDMS/DB, Datacom/DB, etc.
No middleware necessary
Simple call of mainframe programs from client-server (LUW) and web applications via existing APIs
ODBC/JDBC access
ODBC/JDBC driver/server access (read/write) to IBM mainframe data without programming from client-server, web, and SOA applications, and also from Cloud and Hadoop platforms
Relational access
Easy relational access with CICS/IMS programs to data sources in an LUW environment such as Oracle, Db2 LUW, Sybase, MySQL, etc.
Keep existing business logic
Support of stored procedures for easy calls to existing business logic (mainframe programs) from client-server (LUW) or web applications and also from Cloud or Hadoop platforms
Global Language Pack
The tcACCESS Global Language Pack allows for the SQL engine to additionally use multibyte and doublebyte code tables. Therefore, all characters can be used for SQL statements and the returned data. UTF-8 encoding is also supported.

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