The Mainframe training is designed for training technical support, operations, and programming person from beginner to advanced. Every individual learn to install Mainframe operating system on their own. Our training team will make you learn ISPF and TSO commands on mainframe. You will learn creating datasets along with perform operations and types of processesings.
Introduction Of Mainframe
Mainframe Applications & Components
Mainframe application characteristics, classes like batch, interactive, network capabilities, & development application of standard utilities, high level languages.
DASD (Direct Access Storage Device), main storage, channels, control units, tape devices, terminals, system operation
OS Components And Processing
Virtual storage, swapping, paging, multiprogramming, spooling
Usage modes of time sharing, batch processing
Data sets – catalogs, tape labels, naming convention, data groups generation
Data set access, databases, and batch processing
TP Monitors & Developmetn Tools
SNA / VTAM, CICS / VS, IMS, VM / CMS, TSO
ISPF, development cycle, environment management, source management, program creation, debugging features
Source control and environment customization
TSO/ISPF Essentials
Time Sharing Option
Logging
Commands – execution overview, environment, job management, dataset management
ISPF
Panels – general layout, menu type, data entry / table types
Navigation – selection menus, jump feature
Terminal & keyboard – function, special keys and features
Interface action bar components and usage
Function key settings, using keylists, private keylist creation, date set options of log & list
JCL log and list
DataSets & Libraries
Utility functions – data set formation, creation of data set, deleting, and renaming datasets
Library management – member & dataset level opions, member static utility
Copy / Move Utility – TO options, padding & truncation, utility panel, processing of member list. Library enlarging
Data set lists – main panel, display views, VTOC listing, basic and additional commands
JCL – Application Developers
JCL Introduction
Overview of applications
What JCL does?
Test cycle and common errors
Basic format, JOB statement, EXEC statement, DD input statement
The DISP, positional & keyword parameters
Common syntax errors and allocation problems
DD Statement
SYSIN, SYSOUT dataset
SYSOUT keyword, Output & include statement
STEPLIB and JOBLIB, many other DD statements
DCB Parameters & Allocating Data Sets
DCB parameters overview, calculating block size, mapping DCB parameters
Device parameters, dummy data sets, concatenation, tape & partitioned datasets
Conditional Execution & Cataloged Procedures
Conditional execution purpose, JOB statement & EXEC statement execution
COND vs IF statement
Procedure libraries, invoke procedure, procedures usage advantages
Cataloged, in-stream, creating, cataloged procedure.
Overriding and symbolic parameters
JES2 statements and utilities
COBOL Programming
COBOL Basics
Program structure, coding rules, Display verb and syntax errors
Benefits, limitations, application overview, development process program
Data Manipulation
Data types, basic elements, data division, field levels
The picture and alue clause
Moving data and move verb
COBOL Structure
Structured programming and its elements
Planning tools, modular approach, concepts of structured coding
Report writing concepts, simple reports programming language, level break programming logic
Development platforms and enhanced features
CICS Application Developers
About CICS And Commands
CICS overview and application development
CICS processing, command basics
Compile and link editing, receive and send text, format time and ask time
Program Construction
Programming types
Interface block execute, exception handling
Receive and send map, returning & terminal control
Mapping Support, program basics
Program control, testing and debugging
File control, transient data and temporary storage
Abnormal termination, database access, interval, task control and recovery

Business Analyst JCL
Advance COBOL programming
Business Analyst CICS
Natural Programming Adabas