This course covers the major OS/390 debugging techniques including dump reading.
The course is intended for:
This overview comes in three parts, which are presented in sequence below:
Recommended Duration: 2 Days
Benefits: Students who complete this course will be able to write
Assembler programs that involve subroutine linkages.
Students will also have a solid basis for debugging and dump reading Assembler programs.
Audience: Experienced Assembler programmers needing to learn additional debugging, or maintenance skills in the Assembler language environment.
Prerequisites: The student should have practice in coding and testing Assembler programs and should be familiar with the editor and the job submission and review facilities used in their installation.
Related IBM Materials. This course is drawn from these IBM manuals; access to them in the classroom is recommended but not required:
Major Topics Include:
Exercises: There are four hands-on exercises
This course is included, in its entirety, in High Level Assembler: Interfaces.
All course material is in American English. Oral explanation will be in English by default, but is also available in Dutch, German, and/or French.
This course description Copyright © 2001 by Steven H. Comstock. All rights reserved.
On successful completion of this course, the student, with the aid of the appropriate reference materials, should be able to:
These course objectives Copyright © 2001 by Steven H. Comstock. All rights reserved.
This topical outline Copyright © 2001 by Steven H. Comstock. All rights reserved.
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