CA Gen Server Development

PT5120
Summary
This course is aimed at people new to Gen who intend to use Gen as a developer or in a role that requires them to have a detailed understanding of it. The course starts with an introduction to the concepts of model based development, client server styles and the different parts of Gen and how they fit into an application development lifecycle. It then covers all the necessary steps to take you from analysis through to construction of server side code using Gen. It also includes use of Gens productivity tools to help developers work faster, how to access external code and an introduction to Gen proxies.
Prerequisites
Students should have a good working knowledge of data modeling, relational databases, and SQL to gain the most from this course.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
The course is aimed at software developers new to Gen.
Topics
  • Information Views
  • Database Access Statements
  • Process Logic Diagrams
  • Single-Function Server
  • Multiple-Function Server
  • CA Gen Productivity Tools
  • External Action Blocks
  • CA Gen Proxies
  • Further Database Access
  • Using Subsets for Team Development
  • Development Exercises
  • Creating the action diagrams and server procedures for the CLASS entity type
  • Development Exercises
  • Creating the action diagrams and server procedures for the CLASS PARTICIPATION entity type
  • Course Summary

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