Recommended Duration: 3 Days
Benefits: Students who complete this course will be able to accomplish work using TSO/ISPF in the z/OS environment, including the full screen editor, job submission and monitoring facilities, the utility functions, and productivity features such as command stacking and split screen processing.
Audience: Programmers, analysts, and users who need to know how to use ISPF/PDF to edit data, run jobs, maintain data sets, or use applications written to run under ISPF/PDF.
Prerequisites: A basic understanding of computer concepts. Although a programming background is not required, people with such a background will generally get the most out of this course.
Related IBM Materials: This course is drawn from these and other IBM manuals; access to these publications in the classroom is desirable but not required:
SC34-4822 – ISPF User’s Guide Vol. 1
SC34-4823 – ISPF User’s Guide Vol. 2
SC34-4820 – Edit and Edit Macros