Cobol Cics

The COBOL language (acronym for Common Business-Oriented Language, Language Common Business Oriented) was created in 1959 with the goal of creating a universal programming language that could be used on any computer, because in the 1960s there were numerous computer models incompatible, and that was mainly oriented to business, ie the call management computer.

Job Profile

CICS Cobol Programmer

Recipients

All those who want to learn programming with Cobol CICS intensive and personalized.

Contents

The course objective is to enable students to acquire the basics of CICS environment besides providing an introduction to the CICS COBOL Programming.

Fulfillment objectives

The course objective is to make the student obtains CICS Cobol programming skills and thus expand their job opportunities.

CUSTOM COURSE IN PROGRAMMING CICS COBOL

Unit 1: Introduction
What is CICS
Batch Processing vs. Online
Environments
Bach vs programs. Online

Unit 2: Design and Programming
General Guidelines
CICS Components
Preparing a CICS program
EIB Data Control Blocks

Unit 3: Program Control
Communication Area
Transfer of control commands
Sync Point

Unit 4: Logic programs
Utility Commands
File Control Commands
Temporary storage sequential process

Unit 5: Control Terminal
Maps Basic Support
BMS Components
Steps to generate maps
Mapsets, Maps and Fields
Terminal Control Commands

Cursada Regime
To be confirmed
Duration
Two months
State
Registration Open