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Icon to Represent CT/2 Definition Transaction Editor

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000110374D
Original Publication Date: 1992-Nov-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-25
Document File: 1 page(s) / 30K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Hanna, P: AUTHOR [+3]

Abstract

The disclosed icon represents the transaction editor for the OS/2* CT/2 Definition facility. Visually, the icon is represented by a pencil placed on a pad of paper with one of the corners of the pad turned down. CT/2 Definition is an integrated development facility for designing, editing, testing, and constructing financial transactions for bank branch systems. The transactions are run by the CT/2 Runtime environment. The icon is used by the Presentation Manager*-based human-computer interface to the CT/2 Definition transaction editor program.

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Icon to Represent CT/2 Definition Transaction Editor

       The disclosed icon represents the transaction editor for
the OS/2* CT/2 Definition facility.  Visually, the icon is
represented by a pencil placed on a pad of paper with one of the
corners of the pad turned down.  CT/2 Definition is an integrated
development facility for designing, editing, testing, and
constructing financial transactions for bank branch systems.  The
transactions are run by the CT/2 Runtime environment.  The icon is
used by the Presentation Manager*-based human-computer interface to
the CT/2 Definition transaction editor program.

      An icon for the CT/2 Definition Transaction Editor supports the
Definition portion of the CT/2 package by providing a user interface
for the following capabilities:
o    Provides a means for allowing the user to access the transaction
editor.
o    Gives the user control over adding, deleting and modifying
transaction source code.
o    Provides an automatic compile facility for translating CT/2
transaction source code into object code that can be used by CT/2
runtime to run transactions.
*  Trademark of IBM Corp.