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Course Catalog » CICS Transaction Server Curriculum » CICS Transaction Server Series 4.1

CICS TS - BMS User Interfaces

Duration
4 hours

Overview

Description

The CICS TS - BMS User Interfaces course looks at the 3270 user interface and discusses how Basic Mapping Support (BMS) is used to move and display data between CICS and CICS application programs. Details explaining how BMS mapping can be used to create and tailor HTML templates is also provided.

Audience

Programmers who require knowledge of application programming in the CICS environment and its user interfaces.

Prerequisites

Completion of the "CICS Transaction Server Programming" courses or familiarity with CICS fundamentals and internal transaction processing, and basic knowledge of the concepts of application programming in COBOL, PL/1, or Assembler.

Objectives

After completing this course, the student will be able to:

  • Recognize the hardware characteristics of the 3270 family of terminals
  • Identify how Basic Mapping Support (BMS) is used to design and code screen display format
  • Recognize the operation and facilities offered by CICS Web Support for the presentation of CICS maps and HTML pages
  • Identify how the BMS Mapping function is used to generate and tailor HTML pages

Course Content

Introduction to CICS TS User Interfaces

Introduction to the 3270 Interface and the Units Dealing with Presenting CICS Transactions Using This Interface

Recognize 3270 Interfaces

Recognize 3270 Emulator Software

Identify BMS and its Macros

Recognize the Web Interfaces

Basic Mapping Support

Define BMS

Identify the Objectives of BMS

Recognize the Types of BMS Maps

Define the Concepts of BMS Maps and Mapsets

Identify How BMS Mapsets Are Processed

Identify How BMS Is Used to Code Web Interfaces

Defining BMS Maps

Identify How Mapsets Are Defined By Using the DFHMSD Macro

Identify How Maps Are Defined By Using the DFHMDI Macro

Identify How Map Fields Are Defined By Using the DFHMDF Macro

Define the Alternatives to BMS Map Definitions

BMS Input and Output Operations

The RECEIVE MAP Command and Its Parameters

The SEND MAP Command and Its Parameters

The SEND TEXT Command and Its Options

The SEND PAGE Command

The PURGE MESSAGE Command

The ROUTE Command

CICS TS Direct Web Interfaces

Generating HTML Templates from BMS Maps

Recognize Three Macros That Are Used to Create HTML Templates

Using Default HTML Templates

Extra BMS Macros to Customize HTML Templates

Customizing HTML Templates

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