Compare IBM Debug Tool vs. IBM Fault Analyzer for z/OS

IBM Debug Tool is ranked 6th in Mainframe Testing Tools while IBM Fault Analyzer for z/OS is ranked 8th in Mainframe Testing Tools. IBM Debug Tool is rated 0, while IBM Fault Analyzer for z/OS is rated 0. On the other hand, IBM Debug Tool is most compared with Compuware Xpediter, CA InterTest and IBM Fault Analyzer for z/OS, whereas IBM Fault Analyzer for z/OS is most compared with Compuware Abend-AID, IBM Debug Tool and CA SymDump.
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IBM Debug Tool for z/OS enables you to examine, monitor and control the execution of C, C++, COBOL and PL/I programs. This sophisticated program debugger provides multiple conditional and unconditional breakpoints, step mode debugging, and the ability to monitor and update variables and storage. Debug Tool is an interactive source-level debugging tool for compiled applications in a variety of development environments.

IBM Fault Analyzer for z/OS helps developers analyze and fix system and application failures for CICS, WebSphere MQ, IMS and DB2 environments. When an application ends abnormally, Fault Analyzer is automatically engaged, gathering real-time information about the event and its environment at the time of failure. This helps the development team to identify the cause, analyze what went wrong and resolve the problem in a more timely and efficient manner to avoid costly interruptions that could jeopardize application schedules and outcomes.

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