What You'll Learn
- Describe what application development tools are available
- Identify platforms where tools are used
- Describe the purpose and use of each tool
- Create a user profile, library, output queue, and job description
- Describe the key elements of Work Management, security, and device files
- Write a basic control language (CL) program to run application programs
- Define physical and logical files on the IBM i
- Create physical and logical files
- Use the basic features of the LPEX Editor to enter and maintain file definitions
- Use the basic features of the Screen Designer and Report Designer to design, create, and maintain displays and reports
- Use Interactive SQL and IBM i Navigator to create schema, tables, views, and indexes
Who Needs To Attend
This intermediate class is intended for Programmers and Systems Analysts or anyone with a need to understand the IBM i (formerly AS/400) from a programming point of view. The overall objective of this class is to provide basic IBM i concepts and an overview of the programming facilities available on the server as well as the client.
This class provides the necessary foundation for the rest of the programming curriculum and the database classes, including DB2 for i: DB Coding and Implementation Using DDS and CL Commands (OL62G).