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.
Before taking this course, you should have a basic knowledge of computer concepts.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for programmers, system administrators, and other technical personnel.
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