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  • 41 Request Info

    COBOL for z/OS and LE/370 Workshop

    The course starts with an overview COBOL for OS/390 and many of the differences from previous version of COBOL including the callable functions. An overview of the Language Environment / 370 (LE/370) is presented along with how some of its features can benefit the COBOL for OS/390 programmer. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    COBOL Programming Advanced Topics

    The course is a combination lecture, discussion and hands-on workshop in several COBOL topics. Write a program to load and read single and multi-dimensional tables. SORT a sequential file in a COBOL program using both Input and Output procedures. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    COBOL Programming

    The course starts with an overview of structured programming concepts. The four divisions of a COBOL program and their functions are reviewed in detail. Students will gain hands on experience through a series of class discussions and workshop exercises that include several modifications to a skeletal COBOL program. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    Enterprise COBOL Programming

    The course begins with an overview of COBOL History leading to changes for Enterprise COBOL The course continues with an overview of structured programming concepts. The four divisions of a COBOL program and their functions are reviewed in detail. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    Enterprise COBOL Overview

    The lecture / discussion course begins with an overview of COBOL history leading to changes for Enterprise COBOL For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • 46 Request Info

    Mainframe COBOL bootcamp

    In a lecture/workshop environment the participant is taught practical programming skills required to function as an entry-level programmer in an IBM Enterprise COBOL mainframe environment. Structured COBOL design and coding techniques are emphasized throughout the class. Common mainframe programming scenarios and problems are presented and reinforced through a series of hands-on workshop problems. Access to a working TSO/zOS system is required for student workshop sessions. Students should be ready and willing to devote some time before and after class hours to completing workshop problems. Existing company standards and coding conventions can be integrated into this class. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • 47 Request Info

    COBOL Basic Programming for Assembler Programmers

    Students will gain hands on experience through a series of class discussions and hands-on exercises that include several modifications to an initial working COBOL program. Throughout the course, COBOL components are compared and contrasted with their Assembler Language counter parts. These include DS/DC vs PIC, DCB vs SELECT/FD, Compiler Assembler instructions, S0C7 abend dumps and arithmetic comparisons. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • 48 Request Info

    Advanced Object-Oriented COBOL Programming

    This course introduces the Object-Oriented paradigm for COBOL programmers. Using the IBM Enterprise COBOL compiler, student examine the structure of an object-oriented COBOL program. Program classes are defined for instantiating objects for application processing. Methods within an object program are coded and invoked using client programs. Inheritance and method overloading is discussed and implemented. Hands-on workshops are used to reinforce concepts. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • 49 Request Info

    VSAM, IDCAMS and COBOL Programming

    The course covers, in detail, all aspects of using VSAM and IDCAMS that are important to the senior application COBOL programmer in new system development or maintenance. The class lab is designed to provide an in-depth work experience. The structure of VSAM will be discussed. Each of the three VSAM file types (KSDS, ESDS, RRDS) will be reviewed in detail showing the design and efficiency features of each. The concepts of Control Area (CA), Control Interval (CI), and other space management features will be covered, as will the features of Alternate Indexing (AIX) and alternate index access PATH (PATH). For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • 50 Request Info

    VSAM and IDCAMS

    The course covers, in detail, all aspects of using VSAM and IDCAMS that are important to the senior application COBOL programmer in new system development or maintenance. The class lab is designed to provide an in-depth work experience. The structure of VSAM will be discussed. Each of the three VSAM file types (KSDS, ESDS, RRDS) will be reviewed in detail showing the design and efficiency features of each. The concepts of Control Area (CA), Control Interval (CI), and other space management features will be covered, as will the features of Alternate Indexing (AIX) and alternate index access PATH (PATH). For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • 51 Request Info

    SELCOPY Utility

    For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • 52 Request Info

    z/OS Assembler Language - Advanced Topics

    This class is oriented to the advanced Assembler language programmer that includes updated information relating to features with HLASM and the changes introduced with z/OS. Specific topics will focus on 64-bit virtual storage addressing and the programming changes required to exploit new z/OS features. New macros and data structures inherent in the z/OS architecture will be explored. In addition, the discussion will include topics that relate to managing communication between programs in different modal states For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • 53 Request Info

    z/OS Systems Overview for Operators

    This course examines the changes and enhancements introduced with z-architecture, the z/series processor, and the z/OS operating system. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    z/OS Performance and Tuning

    This course provides the fundamentals of z/OS performance management for systems programmers and performance analysts. Specific topics will focus on the basics of performance management, resources components that are affected, and the workload manager definitions that will be used to assign resources according to priorities. In addition, exercises related to problem diagnosis and tuning adjustments will be used to illustrate the effects of various decisions. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    z/OS System Operation and Facilities

    This course provides an examination of z/OS for systems programmers, operators and application programmers. Topics include an introduction to the z/series systems hardware and an exploration of z/OS architecture, system services and functions, storage management mechanisms, and I/O processes. In particular the focus will be to explore the operation of the z/OS environment with an objective of understanding its performance and exploitation opportunities. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    z/OS Internals

    This course provides a detailed examination of z/OS for systems programmers. Topics include an introduction to computer systems hardware and an exploration of z/OS architecture, system services and functions, storage management mechanisms, and I/O processes. Each section will also explore the associated control block structures associated with the z/OS operations being looked at. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • 57 Request Info

    z/OS Assembler Language - Advanced Topics

    This class is oriented to the advanced Assembler language programmer that includes updated information relating to features with HLASM and the changes introduced with z/OS. Specific topics will focus on 64-bit virtual storage addressing and the programming changes required to exploit new z/OS features. New macros and data structures inherent in the z/OS architecture will be explored. In addition, the discussion will include topics that relate to managing communication between programs in different modal states For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • 58 Request Info

    z/OS Fundamentals for Operators

    This course provides the fundamentals of z/OS to operators. Topics include how data is represented, basic computer architecture, operating systems functions, job execution, controlling the z/OS environment, and major subsystems in use in z/OS. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    z/OS Diagnostics and Debugging

    This class is a lecture-workshop for experienced systems programmers with a focus on using the tools available to narrow down the scope of system problems, identify failed components and debug operating systems problems. Emphasis will be on problem diagnosis and "hands-on" exercises using the available tools. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    z/OS Assembler Language - Data Management Topics

    This class is oriented to the advanced Assembler language programmer that includes updated information relating to features with HLASM and the requirements of processing different file types within programs. Specific topics will include dynamic allocation, data in virtual, and the data management macros for various files. In addition, the discussion will include topics that deal with sequential files, VSAM, linear data sets, PDSE, and VSAM data striping. This course is a workshop environment where classroom projects will involve writing programs to process records in the various file formats. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp