U510: Objectives

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

  1. Accomplish work to support applications that use files in the Hierarchical File System (HFS), using TSO commands or z/OS UNIX System Services shell commands, in particular:
    • copy / move data between z/OS files
    • copy / move data between HFS files
    • copy / move data between z/OS files and HFS files, including converting code pages as necessary
    • create, display, rename, delete, archive, unarchive, compress, and uncompress data in HFS files
    • edit and browse HFS data
  2. Use the ISPF shell, ISHELL, to work with HFS files from a TSO/ISPF session
  3. Display web pages residing in HFS files on the mainframe on his or her local browser on your company intranet
  4. Create and maintain simple HTML files to display basic text and images and to link from one page to another
  5. Run batch jobs that access files and programs (DLLs) in the HFS
  6. Submit jobs to run in the batch from the z/OS UNIX shell
  7. Use the ISPF UNIX Directory List utility (3.17), if possible
  8. Use telnet to access z/OS UNIX, if possible in his or her installation
  9. Understand how UNIX System Services expands and extends the capabilities of the mainframe.

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