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comp.unix.aix Frequently Asked Questions (Part 5 of 5)
Section - 6.06: Some acronyms

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APAR   - Authorized Program Analysis Report
	 Created internaly by a systems programmer to solve a code bug.
BOS    - Base Operating System
DCR    - design change request
	 Someone asked to change something.
LPP    - Licensed Program Product
ODM    - Object Data Manager
 	 Don't touch until you grok it.
PRPQ   - programming request for price quotation
	 Essentialy, a program that is not available off-the-shelf. 
	 (e.g. HACMP started as a PRPQ, you could not order HACMP, but
	 you could ask IBM for a highly-available solution)
PTF    - Program Temporary Fix
	 Temporary ?  Yes!  Read "The Tao of Computing".
SMIT   - System Management Interface Tool
SMITTY - SMIT, tty interface, no bells, no whistles. "alias smit=smitty"
Y2K    - Done.  Total non-event.

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