A810: Objectives

On successful completion of this course, the student, with the aid of the appropriate reference materials, should be able to:

  1. Design and write applications using Dialog Manager services for the TSO environment, using REXX or CLIST as the programming language
  2. Design panels and use panel language to display, accept, and process data placed in dialog variables; preprocess panels to improve performance
  3. Provide for diagnostic and help messages for use when requested or when the user makes an error
  4. Use menus to structure an application in a manner useful for the user
  5. Use the dialog test and trace services to debug an application in development
  6. Provide access to the PDF BROWSE and EDIT services, where appropriate in an application
  7. Create, process, and display ISPF tables, including the ISPF Table Utility
  8. Use ISPF Library Access services (formerly Library Management services)
  9. Use the ISPF File Tailoring services
  10. Use Pop-up windows for error or other processing
  11. Decide whether to code an application in a procedures language or a compiled language
  12. Create user-oriented commands using the Commands Table capability of ISPF
  13. Create action bars with pull-down choices
  14. Create keylists for use with multiple panels.

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