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Course Catalog » IBM Environment Intro Curriculum » IBM Environment Introduction Series 2.1

IBM Development Environment 2.1

Duration
6 hours

Overview

Description

This course discusses the use of mainframe data sets and database files to store organizational data and examines the batch and online methods used to process that data. Widely used mainframe programming languages such as COBOL, PL/I, C++, REXX, CLIST and Java are introduced and a description of the Language Environment used to provide many of these languages with common runtime routines is presented.

Audience

This course is designed for people interested in a career in z/OS application or system programming, that require a broad background on mainframe processing and programming concepts and application.

Prerequisites

Introduction to the IBM Enterprise Environment course, or equivalent knowledge of mainframe concepts.

Objectives

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

  • List the attributes of commonly used z/OS data sets
  • Describe characteristics of IMS and DB2 databases
  • Explain the differences between the CICS, IMS and WebSphere MQ transaction systems
  • List the features of programming languages that can be used with z/OS
  • Describe the purpose of the Language Environment
  • Describe the software and the processes used in batch processing

Course Content

Data Management Systems

Data Sets and the Catalog

Data Set Naming Conventions

Data Set Allocations

Access Methods

Flat Files

Partitioned Data Sets and Libraries

VSAM

IMS

DB2

Transaction Processing Systems

Definition of a Transaction

IMS Transaction Manager

CICS

WebSphere MQ

Websphere Capabilities

Programming Capabilities

Background on Programming Languages

Assembler

COBOL

PL/1

C

C++

CLIST and REXX

Java

Enterprise Javabeans

Compile and Link-Edit

Introduction to Language Environment

Need for Language Environment

Programming Languages that use Language Environment

Callable Services

Language Environment Options

Conditions

Language Environment and User Program Messages

Language Environment Initiated Dumps

Interpreting Language Environment Dumps

Batch Systems

Overview of Batch Processing Facilities of IBM Enterprise Systems

JES2/JES3

JCL

SDSF

Running and Controlling Batch Processing

IBM Development Environment Mastery Test

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