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Course Catalog » VSE Curriculum » VSE Series

Introduction to VSE

Duration
4 hours

Overview

Description

The Introduction to VSE course introduces the concepts and components of VSE. It describes the concept and use of virtual storage and power, different file structures, access methods, library organization, and VSE utilities.

Audience

Personnel requiring training in basic VSE Operations or knowledge of the VSE system.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of data processing concepts.

Objectives

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

  • Define the concepts of an operating system
  • Recognize the components of a VSE system
  • Define virtual storage and power
  • Identify VSE utilities

Course Content

Introduction to VSE

Introduction to Operating Systems

History of DOS, DOS/VSE and VSE/ESA

Multi-programming

Partitions and Address Spaces

Task Selection

Introduction to Storage, Paging, and Power

Virtual Storage and Paging

Program Modes - Real and Virtual

VSE/POWER - Spooling, Job Scheduling

Introduction to Libraries and Access Methods

Libraries, Sub-Libraries, and Members

System and Private Libraries

File Organization:

  • Sequential
  • Indexed Sequential
  • Direct Organization

Access Methods

  • SAM
  • DAM
  • VSAM

Overview of VSE Utilities and Subsystems

Ditto

Sort/ Merge

IDCAMS

VSE Librarian

VTAM

CICS

Introduction to JCL

What Is JCL and Why Is It Used?

Format of JCL Statements

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