Series: Java Programming
Java on z/OS for Java Programmers
This course is designed for Java programmers who need to port their skills and knowledge to Java in a z/OS environment. It explains how Java uses features associated with z/OS UNIX, and is supported by Java Software Development Kit. A step-through showing how Java programs are compiled and run in the z/OS environment confirms the similarities between this platform and other Java-enabled environments. You will also see how Java programs can be invoked from batch, CICS, IMS, Db2, and WebSphere.
Java Introduction for the IBM Enterprise
This course is intended for experienced Mainframe Programmers, particularly COBOL programmers who need to understand Java and the basic concepts of object orientation and how it differs from programming languages traditionally used in an enterprise environment. The majority of content focuses on the structure of the Java language, and the tools and utilities that support the Java environment.
Java Programming for the IBM Enterprise
This course is intended for experienced Mainframe Programmers, particularly COBOL programmers who need to be able to use Java as an alternative language to COBOL and to use Java to extend enterprise systems to the Internet. A breakdown of code commonly used with Java programming is supplied, providing equivalent COBOL examples along the way.
Java Data Access for the IBM Enterprise
This course is intended for experienced Mainframe Programmers, particularly COBOL programmers, or Java programmers new to the IBM enterprise environment who need to understand the following: the Java datafile and database access, I-O methods, the special requirements and facilities used to access the IBM Enterprise systems unique data storage facilities, to use JavaBeans as reusable objects and enterprise JavaBeans for accessing the facilities provided by enterprise systems.