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OpenSCL* for application programmers

*OpenSCL is a product of Ebe Computing (pty) ltd.

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COURSE OUTLINE:
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The course is based on lectures together with lots of practical  workshop sessions. The content shown is an example only and may be amended at no charge to suit the requirements of the students attending

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INTENDED FOR:
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Application programmers required to develop and test application programs in an OpenSCL* environment on Windows or UNIX

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PREREQUISITE:
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A good knowledge of SCL use on VME is assumed

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MAIN OBJECTIVE:
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On successful completion of the course participants will be able to make use the extra SCL facilities available in OpenSCL

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DURATION:
bullet Two days

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COURSE CONTENT:
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Introduction
bullet Background
bullet OpenSCL capabilities
bullet OpenSCL Developer
bullet OpenSCL Production
bullet Logging in
bullet The 'Command' window
bullet Logging out

bullet Users, groups, libraries and files
bullet Users
bullet Files
bullet Files (logical and physical)
bullet Indexed files
bullet Libraries
bullet Groups
bullet Variables and running programs
bullet Job Space Variables
bullet BEGIN/END
bullet Currencies
bullet Environment Variables
bullet SCL commands and variables
bullet EXECUTE_WINDOWS_COMMAND
bullet OpenSCL Variables
bullet Interfacing with Net Express programs
bullet Interfacing with other programs
bullet Interfacing with COBOL linkage sections
bullet Commands and templates
bullet Introduction
bullet The VME perspective
bullet The way OpenSCL does it
bullet Users and templates
bullet Locating the object code
bullet COBOL/SCL interactions
bullet The DISPLAY verb
bullet ACCEPT FROM/DISPLAY UPONS
bullet STORE_REPLY
bullet Calling SCL procedures from COBOL
bullet Calling SCL procedures from outside OpenSCL
bullet Batch jobs
bullet Running a job
bullet Inspecting the queues
bullet Scheduling the workload
bullet The batch service
bullet The TELL command
bullet Using the OpenSCL JXS
bullet Outer SCL
bullet Introduction
bullet Tasks
bullet Creating a new task
bullet Updating an initialisation procedure
bullet Writing a JOINIT procedure
bullet VM creation
bullet VisualSCL
bullet Introduction and MXS
bullet Starting VisualSCL
bullet The graphical view
bullet The user's structure
bullet Context sensitive objects
bullet Editing files
bullet Amending the .acp file
bullet Multiple sessions
bullet Networked sessions

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