IBC233 - Iseries Business Computing
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Iseries Business Computing
IBC233 introduces commercial and business information technology on the IBM iSeries server. Students will work in an object based architecture using Client Access and Websphere Development Studio Client for iSeries to create business applications. These applications will be developed using the built in DB2 relational database, OS/400 commands and Control Language programming, Query/400 data reporting, interactive screens, and webfacing. The Integrated File System, which provides Windows and UNIX file serving, along with desktop connectivity tools will be investigated to demonstrate the heterogeneous systems support available only on the iSeries platform. IBC233 prepares the student for the iSeries Business Commerce Specialist.
1 Credit for CPA/CPD/CPAC Diploma Students
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Run or manage business applications using batch and interactive jobs
2. Understand and apply System i (iSeries)security features
3. Transfer database files between System i (iSeries)and other platforms using the integrated File System and Client Access data transfer desktop connectivity tools
4. Interpret a file dump
5. Program using System i (iSeries)Command Language
6. Use Websphere Development Studio Client (WDSC) to develop simple applications
7. Understand and execute system management tasks
8. Use the object based operating system, i5/OS (OS/400)
9. Use Query/400 to display or print business reports
10. Create and use DB2 Universal Database objects
11. Use System i (iSeries)operating system menus and create custom user menus
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