CMDBID: 68997 | Course Code: CM22G | Duration: 4 Days
Learn how to design, implement, reorganize, and recover Information Management System (IMS) databases. Practice these skills in intensive machine labs.
This is a basic level course for database administrators, system programmers, and other data administration individuals, who design, implement, and maintain IMS databases.
Code the Database Directories (DBD) and Program Specification Blocks (PSB) for physical databases
Code the DBDs and PSBs to implement secondary indexing
Use the appropriate IMS utilities to reorganize and recover physical databases, including those with secondary indexes
Use the DL/I test program
Prepare a job stream to load a database using different IMS access methods
You should have:
basic understanding of IMS database features and organization along with a working knowledge of z/OS tools, Virtual Storage Access Method (VSAM) services utilities, and Job Control Language (JCL)
Introduction to DL/I
IMS Access Methods
IMS Test Utility: DFSDDLT0
HD Access Methods
IMS Data Sets Summary
Database Design Considerations
IMS Space Utilization
Our clients have included prestigious national organisations such as Oxford University Press, multi-national private corporations such as JP Morgan and HSBC, as well
as public sector institutions such as the Department of Defence and the Department of Health.