Pro koho je kurz určen
This course is the third in a series of three classes designed for
programmers who want to learn to code using the IBM i ILE RPG IV language. A
previous programming experience using RPG IV is mandatory before enrolling in
this course. The student should have attended RPG IV Programming Fundamentals
Workshop for IBM i (AS06) / (AS060) and RPG IV Programming Intermediate Workshop
for IBM i (AS07) / (AS070). Students who have attended Moving from RPG/400 to
System i RPG IV (S6126) also meet the prerequisites for this course.
class is not designed for RPG III programmers who want to learn RPG IV. RPG III
programmers should attend the Moving from RPG/400 to RPG IV for System i (OE85)
/ (OE850) class before taking this class. RPG III programmers should review the
agenda carefully before they make a decision to attend this class.
term RPG/400 refers to both System/38 RPG as well as AS/400 RPG/400 (aka RPG
Previous techniques and the maintenance of programs written using
legacy techniques are not covered in the classroom.
Co Vás naučíme
- Use address pointers and user spaces in RPG IV programs
- Write database triggers in RPG IV
- Develop ILE modular objects and package them in service programs
- Explain the purpose of ILE activation groups
- Explain the behavior of error handling and percolation in ILE
- Code an ILE error handling program
- Call application program interfaces (APIs) from RPG IV program
Professional explanation with practical samples and examples.
Studijní materiál IBM.
This class is the third of three classes designed to develop RPG IV
programmers. It is part of the IBM i programming curriculum to support the RPG
IV Version 6 compiler. Below are others that you should attend to enhance your
skills using the RPG IV language after you have completed this course. Please
contact your local IBM Education Center regarding the availability of these
classes in your area:
IBM i Application Development using WDSC Version 6.0
IBM i Application Development using WDSC Version 7.0
Accessing the System i Database Using SQL (OL370)
System i Applications Using SQL (OL380)
DB2 UDB IBM i SQL Advanced