Wintrac, Inc.

Badri Sukumar

Wintrac delivers private instructor-led onsite and online training across the United States and many countries worldwide. Wintrac offers over two thousand technology and soft skill classes that can be customized for your needs.These courses can be delivered onsite or online with a live instructor for any group size. We can offer private online classes in many of these technologies even for one or two students. You never have to worry about a class being cancelled or attending a public class that does not meet your needs.

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  • COURSES: 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
  • COURSES: 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
  • COURSES: 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
  • COURSES: IMS Transaction Monitor with Message Format Services (MFS)

    The course is a series of lectures, discussions, written exercises, and programming exercises dealing with the concepts, capabilities, and coding for IMS Transaction Monitor programs. Students will design terminal screens and code Message Format Services (MFS) macros to implement those screen designs. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • COURSES: IMS Database Programming

    This is a lecture, discussion, and hands-on programming course covering IMS/VS database programming concepts, design, coding, testing and debugging. Segment Search Arguments (SSAs) are covered in detail along with emphasis on checking the PCB mask to understand the results of IMS database calls. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • COURSES: File-AID for MVS

    This course teaches the use of File-AID and manipulating and browsing files. The class attendees are guidede through the File-Aid menue structures and capabilities. Record selection, browsing, allocating files (including VSAM) and editing files are discussed For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • COURSES: Job Control Language Advanced Topics

    This course is a combination of lecture, discussion and hands-on lab sessions. First, JCL PROCedures are examined in-depth. This is followed by an extensive workshop that builds several PROCedures using the features of DD Overrides, Parameter Specification and Overides. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • COURSES: Job Control Language (JCL) And MVS Utilities

    This course is a combination of lecture, discussion and hands-on lab sessions. First, an overview of JCL is given which describes the purpose of JCL, its relationship to the operating system, and the format / rules for coding. Then, the JOB, EXEC and DD statements are covered extensively. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • COURSES: Job Control Language (JCL) And MVS Utilities

    This course is a combination of lecture, discussion and hands-on lab sessions. First, an overview of JCL is given which describes the purpose of JCL, its relationship to the operating system, and the format / rules for coding. Then, the JOB, EXEC and DD statements are covered extensively. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • COURSES: ISPF Dialog Manager

    This course introduces the student to the ISPF Dialog Management component to develop the skills necessary to create ISPF panels, JCL skeletons, use ISPF Table services, and exploit Library Management functions. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • COURSES: Interactive System Productivity Facility (ISPF)

    This course begins with an introduction to the ISPF menu structure, menu navigation, and dataset description.. Next the ever useful PF KEYs and their functions are persented and discussed. Utility functions to allocate a new dataset, delete a dataset, and copy one dataset to another are demonstrated. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • COURSES: COBOL- Debugging in Language Environment(LE)

    This course covers the resolution of COBOL program Abends in the Language Environment (LE). This course reviews all COBOL compiler options and does an in-depth analysis of the options that help with debugging Abends. The Run-Time LE messages that pertain to Abends are reviewed in detail. The course walks the students through a series of common COBOL Abends. For other mainframe classes please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesmain.asp
  • COURSES: 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
  • COURSES: 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
  • COURSES: 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
  • COURSES: 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
  • COURSES: 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
  • COURSES: 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
  • COURSES: 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
  • COURSES: 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
  • COURSES: 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
  • COURSES: 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
  • COURSES: SELCOPY Utility

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