IBM i Technical Introduction - OL4AG

PT21729
Summary
This course is critical to your building a solid foundation of knowledge of the application development tools that you will be using on a day to day basis in your job as a programmer. We do not cover all aspects of each and every tool. To do so would require two weeks. For those areas where you want additional training, there are other courses that teach Control Language Programming and the RDi product. This course is a prerequisite for all programming courses that follow. You should plan to learn as much as you can in class. Ask questions to clarify any misunderstandings. This is your class and the instructor is dedicated to maximizing your learning experience. The exercises provide the student an opportunity to use and experiment with of the facilities taught in this course. NOTE: This is the course that replaces 'OL49G - IBM i Programming Facilities Workshop' which was retired in 2015.
Prerequisites
You must be able to: Navigate IBM i menus Use common IBM i commands Use IBM i Help and IBM i Knowledge Center Use a Windows-based PC and navigate PC menus and windows Explain programming concepts Write a simple program in any programming language
Duration
3 Days
Audience
This intermediate class is intended for Programmers and Systems Analysts or anyone with a need to understand the IBM i (formerly AS/400) from a programming point of view. The overall objective of this class is to provide basic IBM i concepts and an ove
Topics
Describe what application development tools are available Identify platforms where tools are used Describe the purpose and use of each tool Create a user profile, library, output queue, and job description Describe the key elements of Work Management, security, and device files Write a basic control language (CL) program to run application programs Define physical and logical files on the IBM i Create physical and logical files Use the basic features of the LPEX Editor to enter and maintain file definitions Use the basic features of the Screen Designer and Report Designer to design, create, and maintain displays and reports Use Interactive SQL and IBM i Navigator to create schema, tables, views, and indexes, Systems w/TPS, Cognitive Systems, AIX / IBM i Market, AIX / IBM i

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