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z/OS :: Advanced MVS JCL Workshop

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Curriculum Description | Curriculum Roadmap | Curriculum Schedule | Course Enrolment
3 days   *   Advanced   *   Lecture and Labs

Course Summary:
This advanced course introduces techniques to increase your effectiveness as a system user and JCL programmer. Learn how to use addition, override, and nullification statements to enable procedures to be modified at execution time to meet particular processing needs. Reduce JCL coding by using symbolic parameters, DDNAME operands, and other coding techniques.

Target Audience:
Programmers, Computer operators, System analysts, System Programmers, and others interested in improving coding techniques and exploring JCL’s Features.

Recommended Prerequisites:
This course assumes the student has basic knowledge of IS technologies, data processing, software and hardware from z/OS Fundamentals, JCL Fundamentals, and z/OS Intermediate courses.

Course Objectives:
After completing this course, the student should be able to:

  • Better understand job flow and improve system throughput
  • Diagnose and resolve JCL problems
  • Optimise equipment use through proper use of resources
  • Improve programmer efficiency and reduce test time
  • Decrease job ABENDS, making better use of capacity

    Key Topics:

  • Operating System History
  • Basic JCL syntax
  • The JOB Statement
  • The EXEC Statement
  • IF / THEN / ELSE / ENDIF Statements
  • Disk / Tape Data Sets
  • SMS Data Sets
  • Instream Data Sets
  • Print / Punch Data Sets
  • Null Data Sets
  • Partitioned Data Sets
  • Concatinated Data Sets
  • GDG Data Sets
  • JCL Output Listings And Debugging
  • Procedures
  • Advanced Coding techniques
  • Using the Utilities
  • VSAM and IDCAMS
  • JES2 and JES3

    Last modified: 29-Jun-2016

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