IBM i (AS/400) Concepts with Control Language

PT2228
Summary
This course provides an introduction to the IBM System i (AS/400) for programmers, system administrators, and other technical personnel. Students learn programming tools and operational concepts which are supported by supervised Hands-on Lab exercises. This class also provides an introduction to IBM i Programming using the i/OS Control Language. Among the class materials that each student receives are two textbooks and a student guide for their reference after the class. This class provides the prerequisites needed to attend the RPG IV and COBOL Programming Workshops.
Prerequisites
Before taking this course, you should have a basic knowledge of computer concepts.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for programmers, system administrators, and other technical personnel.
Topics
What is an IBM System i?
  • The System i User Interface
  • Work Management Concepts
  • The Object Based Architecture
  • Using Program Development Mgr (PDM)
  • Using the Source Entry Utility (SEU)
  • System i Database Concepts
  • Introduction to IBM Query for i
  • Introduction to SQL / STRSQL
  • Screen Design Aid (SDA)
  • Control Language Programming
  • Introduction to Control Language
  • Basic CL Programming
  • Input/Output in a CL Program

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