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Delegates attending this course will gain the skills necessary to utilise the power of Application Master to develop interactive systems. Hands-on case studies provide attendees with practical exposure to a range of realistic situations in order to build their confidence in using the product.


This course is for all development staff working in a VME environment that will be using Application Master Online.


No experience of Application Master is required, but delegates should be familiar with the VME environment, particularly DDS and IDMS.


  • Introduction to Application Master.
  • Review of DDS Elements.
  • Logical Structure of AM Online.
  • Screen Sequence.
  • Dialogues.
  • Exchanges.
  • Processing Structures.
  • DDS Screen Designer (ISDA).
  • Defining Screens and Blocks.
  • Variables and Condition Testing.
  • Repetition.
  • Choice.
  • Database Access.
  • Retrieval.
  • Updating.
  • Validation and Exception Handling.
  • Fail.
  • Quit.
  • Multi-line Screens.
  • Components and Modules.
  • TPMS Elements used by AM.
  • Applications and Running Dialogues.

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