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iSeries Curriculum

Course Title Duration Description
iSeries Introduction Series
iSeries Concepts 4 The iSeries Concepts course describes how the iSeries operating environment is based around the concepts of objects. It introduces the object types and describes the standard control language command set that enables operators and programmers to work with them.
Introduction to iSeries Security 4 The iSeries Security course describes how to manage and work with the iSeries objects. It explains how to secure objects so that only authorised users, operators, and programmers can access or modify information and security settings.
iSeries Operations Series
AS/400 Operations Navigator 1 After completing this course, the student will be able to recognize keyboard and input keys, identify how to sign on and access options through commands and menus and recognize iSeries Navigator functions.
AS/400 Operations 4 The AS/400 Operations course explains how to issue iSeries Control Language (CL) commands which will monitor and control work on the system.
iSeries Operating Facilities 4 The iSeries Operating Facilities course explains how to perform regular and critical tasks. This includes starting (initializing) and stopping (terminating) the system, monitoring to ensure that users have access, and performing backups and restores.
iSeries Programming Fundamentals Series
CL Programming 4 The CL Programming course introduces programming that uses the iSeries Control Language (CL). It explains how to use the variables utilized in a CL program and control its processing.
CL Programming Functions and Messaging 4 The CL Programming Functions and Messaging course describes the more advanced features of Control Language programming. It focuses on how to use CL message handling to monitor the correct execution of CL programs.
Introduction to iSeries Programming Environment 5 The Introduction to iSeries Programming Environment course describes the comprehensive programmer environment called PDM. It explores all the PDM facilities that will enable the learner to commence programming.
Introduction to iSeries Programming Facilities 5 The Introduction to iSeries Programming Facilities course introduces the utilities that are provided by the iSeries in addition to PDM to help programmers develop test data, create screen views, and maintain their source files.
iSeries Application Programming Introduction Series
Introduction to Programming the iSeries 4 The Introduction to Programming the iSeries course introduces the programming languages available on the iSeries. It explains the object types associated with them, and the data sources (objects) that programs can access.
Introduction to DB2/400 3 The Introduction to DB2/400 course introduces the two main DB2 file types, physical and logical files. It describes how to define and create them.
Introduction to Device Files 3 The Introduction to Device Files course introduces display files and printer files. It explains how to define and create them.
iSeries Query Series
Query for Users 10 The Query For Users course describes the Query/400, the report writer that comes with the iSeries. It explains how the Query/400 can help users and programmers create simple reports without having to programmatically develop them. It also shows how to access information stored in DB2/400 tables.
iSeries RPG Series
RPG/400 Introduction 6 The RPG/400 Introduction explains the fundamental features and structure of a Report Program Generator (RPG) program. It also descibes the concepts of RPG programming.
RPG/400 Coding 4 The RPG/400 Coding course explains the fundamental Report Program Generator (RPG) operation codes that enable programmers to manage field values, perform numeric operations, and manipulate dates for retrieval and viewing.
RPG/400 Programming 4 The RPG/400 Programming course explains how to use Report Program Generator (RPG) features to write reports. It also describes structured programming and how to affect the flow of control.
RPG/400 Workstation Programming 9 The RPG/400 Workstation Programming course shows how to design and develop screen layouts. It also describes how to write an RPG program that can display information on the screen for a user to maintain.
Introduction to iSeries ILE Programming Series
Introduction to Integrated Language Environment (ILE) 4 The Integrated Language Environment course explains the concepts, structure, and benefits of the Integrated Language Environment (ILE). It describes how the iSeries enables the use of different programming languages, and how programs can be linked together into one optimized program by using ILE.
ILE RPG/400 4 The ILE RPG/400 course explains improvements to the iSeries RPG features and how to use them. It also provides an example program.
iSeries Subfile Programming Series
Introduction to Subfiles 3 The Introduction to Subfiles course details the fundamentals of subfile programming, including its application and features. It also explains subfile keywords.
Input and File Load Subfiles 6 The Input and File Load Subfiles course explains how to effectively design and create a subfile. It also describes how to program a subfile, which enables users to manage information.
Load by Page and Maintenance Subfiles 6 The Load by Page and Maintenance Subfiles course explains how to code by using the advanced subfile facilities to create high-quality and high-usability programs.
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