This course teaches analysts and engineers how to define, elaborate, organise, and manage textual and graphical requirements and requirements-related information in IBM Rational DOORS®.The lab environment is based on IBM Rational DOORS 9.6.1. For peo[...]
This course builds on the content learned in the Requirements Management with IBM Rational DOORS® Next Generation 6.0.x Foundation course. It is designed for those wanting to learn from about end-user functionality. It discusses importing and exporti[...]
This course introduces, explains and examines common z/OS COBOL abends, dump debugging and problem solving. Practical exercises based on example situations are integrated at stages throughout the course.
This course has been specifically designed for programmers with experience in other languages (PL/I, Assembler, Java etc.). It is taught using a combination of classroom tuition and practical exercises, and includes realistic case studies that can be[...]
This course (and its associated Part 2) have become the de facto standard introduction to the COBOL programming language for all those working in z Systems environments.This first course teaches how to write and maintain simple COBOL programs. It is [...]
This course is the essential second part of the definitive introduction to COBOL programming that starts with the course 'COBOL Programming Part 1 - Foundation Level'. Introducing programmers with some experience to the more advanced features[...]
Combining materials covered in IBM Cognos Report Studio: Author Professional Reports Fundamentals (V10.2.2) (B5A58G) and IBM Cognos Report Studio: Author Professional Reports Advanced (V10.2.2) (B5A59G), this course enables you to learn report-buildi[...]
This course teaches you to perform, basic and advanced, database administrative tasks using DB2 10.5 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows. These tasks include creating and populating databases and implementing a logical design to support recovery requirement[...]
This course is designed for the experienced DB2 developer, focusing on advanced SQL statements and options. Additionally, the DB2 EXPLAIN facility is discussed as a tool to be used when choosing amongst competing SQL and design alternatives.
This intensive, five-day, hands-on course has been designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the DB2 for z/OS Structured Query Language and how it is embedded in application programs. Throughout the course reference will be made to best pr[...]