Ibm - As/400 Tutorial

What is IBM - AS/400 tutorial?

AS/400 is a computational platform developed by IBM in 1988. It is also referred as System i5 and the term AS/400 is popular and widely used. The operating system of OS/400 includes database managers to compilers, editors, etc. AS/400 supports different programming languages like Java, C, SQL, Assembly, COBOL, PHP, etc.


This tutorial is useful for beginners and experienced programmers who wish to get in-depth knowledge about AS/400. It can be more useful for Java, PHP, SQL and C programmers to learn in detail.


To learn this tutorial one must be aware of basic programming knowledge and basic database knowledge (relational model, SQL). Should have access to an AS/400 server and an access terminal to the AS/400 server (in this tutorial the examples are given using Moshasoft).
Introducing Cics® For Iseries™ What Is Cics For Iseries? What Is Cics/400? Os/400 Facilities Used By Cics/400 Presentation To The End User Operating Interfaces Data Management Resource Management Table Intersystem Communication Transaction Management Functions Application Development Portability And Migration User-based Pricing What Is User-based Pricing? How Does The License Manager Count The Number Of Users? Installing Cics/400 How To Install Cics/400 Migration Installation Verification Procedure The Ivp Process Defcicsrgn Defining Resources What Is Resource Definition? Resource Definition Architecture Creating Resource Definitions Defining And Maintaining Group Definitions Installing A Group Defining And Maintaining Individual Resource Definitions How To Use The Resource Definition Commands Defining A Basic Control Region Defining The System Initialization Table (sit) Defining Temporary Storage And Transient Data Files Defining Supplied Transactions Setting Default Wait Times Setting Job Priorities Storage Considerations Security Requirements For Cics/400 Sign On Security And Display Station Security Initial Menu And Initial Program Security Os/400 Command Security Resource Security Adoptive Authority Communication Security User Profile And Group Profile Security Defining Your Own Control Region Os/400 Data Management Considerations Transaction, Program, And Map Considerations Temporary Storage Considerations Transient Data Considerations File Control Considerations Interval Control Considerations Journal Control Considerations Device Considerations Remote Resource Considerations Printer Spooling Considerations Trace Considerations Recovery Considerations Os/400 Commitment Control And Logical Unit Of Work(luw) Administering The Control Region Introduction To The Control Region Control Region Processing Starting A Control Region (strcics) Ending A Control Region (endcics) Administering A Cics/400 Shell Introduction To The Cics/400 Shell Shell Processing Starting A User Shell (strcicsusr) Ending A User Shell (endcicsusr) Cesf - Cics Sign-off Transaction Defining Resources-reference Information Interpreting The Syntax Diagrams Managing Groups Managing Data Conversion Resource Definitions Managing Destination Definitions Managing File Resource Definitions Managing Group List Resource Definitions Managing Journal Resource Definitions Managing Transaction Definitions Managing Program Definitions Managing System Initialization Resource Definitions Managing System Resource Definitions Managing Terminal Resource Definitions Managing Temporary Storage Resource Definitions Autoinstall For Terminal Definitions How Autoinstall Terminal Identifiers Are Generated Defining An Autoinstall Model Terminal Using Masking Using An Autoinstall Control Program Writing Your Own Autoinstall Program Introduction To Cics/400-supplied Transactions Syntax Notation Onlinehelp Levels Of Access To Supplied Transactions Role Of The System Administrator Cemt—cics Master Terminal Transaction Using The Cemt Transaction Entering A Cemt Command Using The Cemt Screens Overtyping A Cemt Inquire Display Cemt Discard Command Cemt Inquire And Set Commands Ibm - As/400 Interview Questions Ibm - As/400 Practice Tests