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This entry-level course is intended for business analysts who have limited knowledge on mainframe environments and want to learn how to test business applications in a batch environment.

Course Outline
 This hands-on course provides the basic knowledge on how to access the IBM MVS development environment and to use the development tool available in TSO to test business applications operating in batch mode. The course focuses on providing the fundamentals of the MVS Job Control Language such that existing jobs can be modified, submitted, and results verified in order to test changes made to applications. Hands-on exercises are provided to ensure an effective learning experience.
  • Understand the different steps involved in testing an application.
  • Be able to submit and review JCL execution.
  • Be able to figure out JCL errors and know how to fix them.
  • Know how to edit JCL to re-use for other purposes.

Prerequisites & Certificates

Students are assumed to have a working knowledge of TSO/ISPF (Course Code MF10) and possess a basic understanding of computer software and programming logic.

Certificates offered

Cancellation Policy
Up to the 11th business day prior to class, a registration may be cancelled or rescheduled without charge. Thereafter the full course fee will be invoiced whether it's a cancelled or rescheduled. In which case a reschedule credit, valid for 1 year, will be issued. Substitutions may be made at any time prior to the start of the course.
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