CICS/ESA Command Level Programming

PT2150
Summary
This course provides an introduction to IBM's CICS command level programming interface. All primary CICS commands are covered in this course. This course consists of a combination of lecture and programming workshops, using the COBOL command level interface. By the end of this course, the student will have an excellent understanding of what can be done from a CICS program and will be prepared to write and maintain CICS command level programs.
Prerequisites
An understanding of the mainframe environment is assumed (familiarity with TSO/ISPF, JCL, compiling and linking programs, etc.). It is assumed that the student knows COBOL, but no CICS programming experience is necessary.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for programmers, analysts, and managers who want to better understand CICS command level programming.
Topics
  • CICS concepts and facilities
  • Basic commands
  • Sample program and CICS supplied transactions
  • Basic Mapping Support (BMS)
  • Program control
  • File control commands
  • Temporary storage and transient data
  • Additional commands and functions

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