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  • 1 Request Info

    Advanced Assembler Language

    This class is an advanced level course in Assembler Language programming. Topics include an introduction into 31-bit and 64-bit programming, dataspaces and memory objects, and other advanced techniques. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    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
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    Advanced Performance Management: WLM, Sysplex, and USS

    The course will concentrate on the taking an integrated approach to performance management by addressing the z/OS e-business perspective. Elements to be explored will focus on Workload Manager functions, the parallel sysplex, and UNIX system services and how each can be monitored and managed for optimum performance For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    Application Debugging Workshop

    The most technical CICS application course, the participants will acquire the ability to locate the source of an abend, examine the operands involved and determine corrective action. They will also be exposed to some of the debugging tools available with the CICS product. The dumps used during the exercises have all been created by programs written with COBOL/MVS. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    Assembler Language - Intermediate

    This class is an intermediate level course in Assembler Language programming. Topics include an introduction into subroutines, interruptible instructions and indexing. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    Assembler Language - Introduction

    This class is an introduction to Assembler Language programming. Topics include an overview of computer architecture, review of instruction formats, and basic assembler language instructions For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    Basic Assembler Language

    This course introduces students to the basic skills required to write assembler programs using the IBM High Level Assembler (HLASM). For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    Basic PL/1 Programming

    This course presents the basic concepts of PL/1 programming, including program structure, statements, arithmetic, data manipulation and file processing. Efficiency techniques are presented that ensures the optimum use of PL/1 and system resources. Hands-on workshops are used to reinforce concepts. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    Best Practices to Help you Pass an FDA Computer System (Validation)

    This webinar will focus on the key areas that are most important, including security and data integrity. Implementing and following the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) methodology is the best approach for computer system validation and maintaining data integrity, this webinar will help you understand the FDA's current thinking on computer systems that are validated and subject to inspection and audit.
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    CA-Easytrieve Plus Advanced Topics

    This course teaches students the advanced techniques available to use CA-Easytrieve Plus. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    CICS Advanced Workshop

    The course begins with a review of CICS Command Level Programming. The structure and flow of several working CICS Programs is discussed in detail. Basic Mapping Support (BMS) screens also reviewed in detail. A working CICS Applications is modified to add several NEW features. These new features include the use of PF Keys, changing screen field attributes, help facility for a screen and individual fields on the screen, application paging and error handling. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    CICS COBOL Programming

    CICS Command Level Programming provides an understanding of the CICS system, application environment and typical applications. The structure of CICS pseudo-conversational application programs are discussed and reviewed in detail. Basic Mapping Support (BMS) is used to develop screen layouts (maps). These maps, used in the class programming exercises, are the basis for understanding the CICS terminal interface. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    CICS Command Level Programming with BMS

    CICS Command Level Programming provides an understanding of the CICS system, application environment and typical applications. The structure of CICS pseudo-conversational application programs are discussed and reviewed in detail. Basic Mapping Support (BMS) is used to develop screen layouts (maps). These maps, used in the class programming exercises, are the basis for understanding the CICS terminal interface. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    CICS for System Programmer

    The "CICS for System Programmer " is geared towards technical staff new to the CICS environment. In this course, the participant will learn how a CICS system is put together: resource definitions, system utilities both online and offline, System Initialization tables, CICS JCL, system datasets are subjects covered in depth in this course. We also discuss CICS storage management, CICS communications and CICS customization. At the end of this class, the attendee will have been exposed to almost everything that goes on in a CICS address space. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    CICS for z/OS Structure & Problem Analysis

    This course will analyze the various types of outages that affect CICS' normal execution and review the tools available to resolve these problems. This will provide the participant with the debugging skills that are necessary to perform very efficient problem investigations. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    CICS for z/OS Version 3.1

    CICS has undergone numerous and very major changes since the appearance CICS/ESA in the early 1990's. Easier problem investigation, less maintenance and more stability were all qualities that were attributed to the CICS/ESA product. Furthermore, numerous problems which existed in CICS V2 and V1 were corrected in CICS/ESA but, from a system programmer point of view, apart from having to look at dumps that are a little different, installing and supporting the product was more or less the same work. This is changing in CICS/TS and this is changing in a big way; this product can now perform true multi-tasking. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    CICS Fundamentals

    This class covers the major concepts and facilities for CICS. The CICS management functions, transaction processing and on-line system management are covered in detail. The CICS Application Programming Interface (API) is used to access CICS capabilities including sending /receiving screen maps, reading a VSAM file and handling PF Key and CICS Exception conditions. CICS screen design and implementation using Basic Mapping Support (BMS) are covered in detail. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    CICS Transaction Server for z/OS

    Industry adoption and proliferation of Web Services capabilities into development platforms and tools are making it easier for companies to adopt a service-based development approach. The need for richer than HTML experiences and disconnected operations will lead most companies to adopt multiple user interfaces delivery architectures. Mainframes being excellent servers, it makes sense to have company data in a place known for its integrity and security. CICS/TS 3.1 should be the server software of choice when implementing such design; the new facilities provided by this software will make it easier for you to implement applications using HTML, XML, SOAP and WEBSERVICES. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    CICS/TS Web server implementation

    This 4.5 day class covers all the basics for implementing/using the CICS/Web interface. It covers implementation, administration, application programming interface available in CICS/TS. It also provides guidance in choosing the proper implementation strategy; WEB3270 , WEBSPHERE plugin using an EXCI interface, the WEB API and JAVA are all discussed showing advantages and disadvantages of each option. There will be exercises allowing the participants to try different options available in this system. Although this course will contain some administration/implementation guidance, it is mostly directed at senior application programmers responsible for designing and implementing WEB applications that will interface with CICS For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
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    CICS/TS Webservices

    Interacting with the WEB is no longer an option. IBM has implemented a number of facilities in its CICS product to facilitate the integration of traditional CICS applications to the Internet. This is a process that started 5 years ago with the implementation of CICS/TS 1.3. CICS/TS 3.1 has continued this trend; today, CICS applications can talk to web browsers just as well as they can talk to web servers; with the introduction of web services and SOAP, they can also talk to UNIX and .NET platforms. All in all, CICS/ST 3.1 is now an important player in implementing Service Oriented Architecture in your organization. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp