KT-80010 IMS Basic Programming Techniques Training - Minneapolis, Minnesota IT MN Technical Financial New York, NY
Knowledge Transfer Microsoft Certified Silver Training Partner CPLS
Knowledge Transfer is a Microsoft Certified Silver Learning Partner
Oracle University

 

Microsoft Certified Training Partner CTEC
Search for a Course Topic:
Public Courses
Corporate Services & Training
 

 

 



 Course Search
Keyword
Course #
State

 Training Delivery
 
Training Delivery
Custom Curriculum
Course List
Certifications
 
 Main Menu
 
Home
View Courses
Site Index
 
 


IMS Basic Programming Techniques


Description: 

Students will gain an understanding of the hierarchical concepts of IMS; the IMS database structures and their impact on programs; the process of defining database structures; database access and update methods; methods of validating database access and updates; and, commonly used command codes.

Objectives

At the completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Understand the basic IMS components (DBD and PSB)
  • Be able to code batch IMS programs the read, insert, update and delete IMS databases
  • Code all required programs such as calls, entry, SSAs (qualified and unqualified) and PCBs in the linkage section
  • Understand how to work within a hierarchical structure
  • Understand and utilize command codes including path calls

Topics

  • Database Definition
  • Program Specification Block
  • CALL Statement and its Parameters
  • Linkage Section of a COBOL Program
  • RETRIEVE Functions (GU, GN, GNP)
  • UPDATE Functions (ISRT, REPL, DLET)

Audience:

Programmers responsible for writing application programs which will access IMS databases.

 
Click here to view the Course Outline
     
Prerequisite: 

Experience with a high level programming language such as COBOL, PL/1 or C. Experience with TSO/ISPF. Experience with program compilation procedures.

 
   
     
Duration: 
3 Days  
     
     

View Printer Friendly Page

 


To Inquire About Future Classes

Request a class date

if one is not scheduled.