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Learn how to plan for, implement, and manage the ongoing operations of an IBM i.
OL19G | Intermediate | 5 Days | R21400 | 2019-06-11 | IBM
This course is designed to familiarize the student with functions of the HMC using lecture and lab exercises.
OL52G | Intermediate | 2 Days | R8000 | 2019-03-18 | IBM
Learn to write easy to use and efficient control language (CL) programs which may be used to perform a variety of system and application control functions.
OL20G | Intermediate | 4 Days | R0 | 2019-03-12 | IBM
Overview Learn how to code, create and maintain DB2 UDB for i physical and logical files using native Data Description Specifications (DDS) and Control Language (CL) commands. Build a DB2 UDB for i relational database foundation, if you intend to write application programs for the IBM i system, however the course does not address SQL implementation of DB2 UDB for i. Learn many techniques that, if implemented, enhance the performance of applications using the database. Learning Journeys that reference this course: • Power IBM i Programmers Audience This is a basic course for individuals who create and maintain a DB2 UDB for i database. Prerequisites You must be able to: • Use Program Development Manager (PDM) and Source Entry Utility (SEU) to enter source code into a source file • Use PDM to create an IBM i object from a source file member • Explain the function of DDS in defining files on the i • Use Data File Utility (DFU) to maintain a physical file Key topics • The relational database model • Creating physical files • Creating logical files • Database performance considerations for application design • Database maintenance • DB2 UDB for i referential integrity • DB2 UDB for i triggers • The relational database model • Creating physical files • Creating logical files • Database performance considerations for application design • Database maintenance • DB2 UDB for i referential integrity • DB2 UDB for i triggers Objectives • Code the DDS and create the physical and logical files necessary to implement a DB2 UDB for i relational database • Describe the advantages of a field reference file, code the necessary DDS and create a field reference file • Explain how the choices made while coding the DDS and creating the file affect the performance of the system and the programs using the files • Describe the considerations for using the DB2 UDB for i referential integrity and triggers
OL62G | Basic | 3 Days | R0 | 2019-05-20 | IBM
In this classroom course, you will learn basic concepts and skills you need to be productive users on Power Systems with IBM i.
OE98G | Basic | 1 Day | R0 | 2019-04-08 | IBM
Learn the concepts of Logical Partitioning (LPAR) for Power Systems with IBM i.
AS5EG | Intermediate | 3 Days | R13200 | 2019-04-23 | IBM
This introductory course enables a new system operator to develop basic to intermediate level skills needed for day-to-day operations of the Power System with IBM i.
AS24G | Basic | 4 Days | R21400 | 2019-03-26 | IBM
This course teaches additional skills and techniques to programmers who can already write comprehensive RPG IV programs.
AS10G | Advanced | 4 Days | R21400 | 0000-00-00 | IBM
This course is an overview of the z/OS operating systems and services for non-MVS IS technical personnel.
ES05G | Basic | 2 Days | R10700 | 2019-04-02 | IBM
This course is designed to teach you how to use z/OS job control language (JCL) and selected z/OS utility programs in an online batch environment.
ES07G | Basic | 5 Days | R24100 | 2019-05-06 | IBM