I would like to know if Intertest can be used to test a non-terminal CICS (a batch program with CICS commands and...
no screens?) This program will be LINKed from other regular CICS program. If not Intertest, how should I test this, like how to setup breakpoint and step through the code for testing?
I am not sufficiently familiar with Intertest to tell you how to set up break points for this particular scenario. Had you asked about the IBM Debug Tool I could have given you the answer - but that wasn't your question! I can only suggest you contact Computer Associates.
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