- 4 hours
The OS/390 UNIX Applications and Interfaces course is intended for OS/390 (MVS) programmers requiring the knowledge and skill to use the UNIX environment on the OS/390 operating system.
OS/390 (MVS) programmers requiring knowledge to use the UNIX environment on the OS/390 operating system.
Knowledge of MVS utilities, JCL, TSO, and ISPF, basic programming skills, and basic knowledge of UNIX.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Recognize OMVS TSO commands
- Define the ISPF interface to the shell
- Identify how to run batch processes
- Identify programming language support under OS/390 UNIX
- Identify the uses of major applications
Interfaces to the Hierarchical File System
Examples and Uses
Navigation Through Ishell Options
Code JCL Accessing Files and Programs in the HFS
Examples of C and REXX Programming Languages
Code Programs to Access OS/390 UNIX Services
Compile, Link, and Run Simple Programs
Uses of the Major Applications
WebSphere Application Server
Net.Data and DCE