This class will provide you with the knowledge to use UNIX® commands and utilities and to develop applications in the Open System Services (OSS) environment on HPE NonStop Servers. The lectures and labs will focus on OSS basics, commands, utilities, and development tools. In addition, you will be introduced to OSS application programming interface (API) usage and the OSS sockets interface. This class is targeted at Guardian knowledgeable developers who want to obtain a thorough grounding in the OSS environment.
Before taking this course, students should have six months experience as a NonStop Administrator and have taken the Concepts and Facilities for HPE NonStop Systems (U4147S) course (PT8380).
4 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for application developers and system programmers.
Introduction to OSS
- OSS file system basics
- Basic commands and utilities
- Advanced commands and utilities
- OSS file editing
- Command scripting
- OSS development
- Porting issues
- OSS subsystem architecture
- Application programming interface (API) usage
- OSS sockets basics