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overview

jBASE is an Application Development and Database Independent Management System that enhances and extends the UNIX, Windows NT and Windows '95 Operating Systems. jBASE also allows easy migration to these Operating Systems, from other DBMS's, including Pick, Reality and anything called Uni{*}.
prerequisties
  • None.
Duration
Online
  • It is a 16 days program and extends up to 2hrs each.
  • The format is 20% theory, 80% Hands-on.

Corporate
  • It is a 4 days program and extends up to 8hrs each.
  • The format is 20% theory, 80% Hands-on.
Classroom
    Private Classroom arranged on request and minimum attendies for batch is 4.
course content
  • Introduction to jBASE
    • Introduction to jBASE
    • Run-Time Components
    • Development Components
    • Administrative Components
    • Requirements for RunningjBASE
    • jBC Language Overview
    • Features of jBC
    • Benefits of UsingjBC
    • jBC Environment
    • jBC Programming
    • jBC Comparisons
    • File and Directory Organisation
    • jBC Libraries
    • jBC Compiler and Runtime
    • General Programming Advice
    • jBC Compiler
    • Cataloging and Running your Programs
    • CATALOG Command
    • DECATALOG and DELETE-CATALOG Commands
    • RUN Command
    • jBC Debugger
    • Entering the Debugger
    • Debug Arguments at Run-time
    • Debugger Commands
    • Explanation of Complex Commands
    • Debugger Symbol Tables
    • jBC Language Reference
    • Syntactical Elements
    • Data Records
    • Assigning Variables
    • Reserved Words
    • Arithmetic Expressions
    • Strings and String Operations
    • Relational Expressions
    • Program Layout
    • Statements and Statement Labels
    • Program Files
    • Formatting Data for Input or Display
    • Pattern Matching
    • Conversion Codes for Data
    • Program Flow
    • Looping Constructs
    • Subroutines
    • C Functions
    • Handling Arrays and Data Files
    • Dimensioned Arrays
    • Dynamic Arrays
    • File Handling
    • Locking Mechanisms
    • jBC Statements
    • Introduction
    • jCL Program Structure
    • Executing jCL Programs
    • Login jCL Programs
    • Internal Data Storage
    • Primary Input Buffer
    • Secondary Input Buffer
    • Primary Output Buffer
    • Secondary Output Buffer
    • Active Input Buffer
    • Active Output Buffer
    • Buffer Data and Pointers
    • File Buffers
    • Select Registers
    • Buffer References
    • Hints and Tips
    • Branching
    • Grouping Commands
    • Readability
    • TIME and DATE
    • Validating Date and Time
    • Long Statements
    • Concatenation
    • Spooler Hold File Numbers
    • jCL Commands
    • Input Buffer Commands
    • Output Buffer Commands
    • Data Movement Commands
    • Input/Output Buffer Operations
    • Jump and Branch Operations
    • Conditional Operations
    • File Operations
    • Arithmetic Operators
    • Processing
    • Terminal and Printer Output
    • Debugging
    • Exiting
    • jCL Command Syntax
    • Introduction
    • jQL Command Sentence Construction
    • Command Syntax
    • Reserved Words and Symbols
    • Entering a jQL Command Sentence
    • Default Data Definition Records
    • jQL Output (Reports)
    • jQL Commands
    • Throwaway Connectives
    • File Specifiers
    • Record List Clause
    • Selection Criteria Clause
    • Sort Criteria Clause
    • Using Clause
    • Output Specification Clause
    • Format Specification Clause
    • USING Clause
    • Command Options
    • Macros
    • jQL Commands
    • BSELECT Command
    • COUNT Command
    • EDELETE Command
    • ESEARCH Command
    • LIST Command
    • LIST-LABEL Command
    • LISTDICT Command
    • REFORMAT Command
    • SELECT Command
    • SORT Command
    • SORT-LABEL Command
    • SREFORMAT Command
    • SSELECT Command
    • File Definition Records
    • Record Structure
    • Sublists - V Code
    • Data Definition Records
    • Record Layout
    • Special Field-mark Counts
    • Default Output Specification
    • Predefined Data Definition Records
    • Conversion Codes
    • Field 8 Codes (Pre-process)
    • Field 7 Codes (Output)
    • Field 7 Codes (Input)
    • Processing Code Summary
    • Multiple Conversion Codes
    • Print Limiter Clause
    • Controlling and Dependent Fields
    • Selections
    • Sorts
    • TOTAL Connectives
    • BREAK-ON Connectives
    • A Code - Algebraic Functions
    • Syntax Summary
    • Summary of Operands
    • Summary of Operators
    • Field Number (FMC) Operand
    • N (Field Name) Operand
    • Literal Operand
    • System Parameter Operands
    • Special Operands
    • Format Codes
    • Operators
    • B Code - Subroutine Call
    • C Code - Concatenation
    • CALL Code - Subroutine Call
    • D Code - Date Conversion
    • D1 / D2 Codes - Controlling and Dependent Fields
    • F Code - Mathematical Functions
    • Syntax Summary
    • Push Operators
    • Arithmetic Operators
    • Miscellaneous Operators
    • Relational Operators
    • Logical Operators
    • Multivalues
    • Format Codes
    • G Code - Group Extraction
    • L Code - Length
    • MC Codes - Mask Character
    • Summary
    • Changing Case
    • Extracting Characters
    • Replacing Characters
    • Converting Characters
    • Converting Numeric Values
    • MD Code - Mask Decimal without Justification
    • MK Code - Mask Metric
    • ML/MR Codes - Mask Decimal with Justification
    • MP Code - Masked Packed Decimal
    • MS Code - Mask Sequence
    • MT Code - Mask Time
    • P Code - Pattern Matching
    • R Code - Range Check
    • S Code - Substitute
    • T Code - Text Extraction
    • Tfile Code - Translation
    • U Code - User Exit
  • List Processing
    • Introduction
    • Command Level List Processing
    • COPY-LIST
    • DELETE-LIST
    • EDIT-LIST
    • FORM-LIST
    • GET-LIST
    • LIST-LISTS
    • NEW-GET-LIST
    • NEW-SAVE-LIST
    • NEW-SORT-LIST
    • QSELECT
    • SAVE-LIST
    • SEARCH Command
    • SORT-LIST
    • XSELECT
    • jBC List Processing
    • jCL List Processing
    • jQL List Processing
  • jBASE Editors
    • jBASE Editors
    • jED Editor
    • Editor Screen
    • Invoking jED
    • Using the jED Editor
    • Keyboard Personalisation
    • Command Line Operations
    • Leaving the Editor
    • Locating Strings
    • Replacing Strings
    • Copying, Pasting and Cutting Blocks of Text
    • jBC Line Indentation
    • Miscellaneous Commands
    • Changing jED Command Keys
    • ED Editor
  • jBASE Commands
    • jBASE Commands
    • Account Management
    • Editing
    • File Management and Searching
    • General
    • Internationalisation
    • jBC
    • jBTP
    • jCL
    • jQL
    • jLP Spooler
    • List Processing
    • Migration
    • System Housekeeping and Tuning
    • Tape Operation
  • Environment Variables
    • Introduction
    • Variable: JBASETMP
    • Variable: JBC_ENDRESTART
    • Variable: JBC_TCLRESTART
    • Variable: JBCDEFDICTS
    • Variable: JBCEMULATE
    • Variable: JBCERRFILE
    • Variable: JBCGLOBALDIR
    • Variable: JBCIDLEN
    • Variable: JBCLOGNAME
    • Variable: JBCOBJECTLIST
    • Variable: JBCPORTNO
    • Variable: JBCPRINTER_DEPTH
    • Variable: JBCPRINTER_WIDTH
    • Variable: JBCRELEASEDIR
    • Variable: JBCSCREEN_DEPTH
    • Variable: JBCSCREEN_WIDTH
    • Variable: JBCSPOOLDIR
    • Variable: JBCTTYNAME
    • Variable: JEDIFILENAME_MD
    • Variable: JEDIFILENAME_SYSTEM
    • Variable: JEDIFILEPATH
    • Variable: LIBPATH
    • Variable: LD_LIBRARY_PATH
    • Variable: PATH
    • Variable: TERM
  • Migrating to jBASE
    • Overview
    • Compiling Using your Existing Methodology
    • Importing Accounts
    • Moving BASIC to jBC
    • Migrating BASIC Source Code Files
    • The totalmake Command
    • Portbas
    • Building Makefiles
    • Maintaining Makefiles
    • Importing jCL Programs
    • Directory Layouts
    • Development and Live Environments
    • Release Mechanisms to Live and Test Environments
    • Account Vs User
    • User Port Numbers
    • ntroduction to jBASE
    • Run-Time Components
    • Development Components
    • Administrative Components
    • Requirements for RunningjBASE
    • Application Development
    • Migration
    • Executable Paths
    • C Code Extensions
    • ICONV and OCONV Extensions.
    • The IOCTL Function
    • jEDI Database Drivers
    • jEDI API Calls
    • Makefiles
    • jbc and BASIC Commands
    • jBuildSLib and CATALOG Command
    • Advanced Tools
    • Notes on Examples
  • Migration
    • Overview
    • Application Source
    • Application Security
    • Application Connectivity
    • Application Interchange
    • Application Backup
    • Exporting Applications
    • Importing Applications
    • Importing Accounts
    • Accountname v. Username
    • User Port Numbers
    • Generating an Application Account
    • Converting an Application
    • Compiling an Application
    • Cataloging an Application
  • Execute Paths
    • Introduction
    • Creating a Source
    • Compiling Object Code
    • Creating a UNIX Executable
    • Execute the Command
    • Program Execute Paths
    • Subroutine Execute Paths
    • Copying Programs and Subroutines
  • C Extensions
    • Calling C Functions - Overview
    • Simple C Example
    • Fundamental Components of C Interfaces
    • jBC Supplied Header File
    • Naming Conventions
    • VAR Variable
    • INT32 Variable
    • FLOAT Variable
    • STRING Variable
    • Function Prototypes
    • Automatic Type Conversion
    • C Function Type Conversion
    • C Function Definition
    • A More Complex Example
    • Register v. User Variables
    • Creation and Destruction of VAR Type Variables
    • Supported Functions and Macros
    • Macros to Store Values into a Variable
    • Variable Type Conversion
    • VAR Variable Creation and Destruction
    • STRING Type Manipulation
    • Replacing SUBROUTINEs with C Functions
    • Compiling and Linking with C Functions.
    • General Rules and Helpful Hints
  • ICONV and OCONV Extensions
    • Introduction
    • Conversion Code Extensions
    • User Exit Code Extensions
  • IOCTL Function
    • Introduction
    • JBC_COMMAND_GETFILENAME Command
    • JIOCTL_COMMAND_CONVERT Command
    • JIOCTL_COMMAND_FILESTATUS Command
    • JIOCTL_COMMAND_FINDRECORD Command
    • JIOCTL_COMMAND_HASH_RECORD Command
    • JIOCTL_COMMAND_HASH_LOCK Command
  • jEDI Database Drivers
    • Introduction
    • Shared Object Database Drivers
    • File Ajar Processing
    • File Descriptor Member ProcessAjar
    • File Descriptor Member ProcessReopen
    • jEDI Support Functions.
    • Memory Allocation Functions
    • Record Locking Function
    • jEDI Base Code
    • INIT - Initialisation of Database Driver
    • OPEN - Open a File
    • CLOSE - Close an Opened File
    • SELECT - Select Record Keys from a File
    • SELECTEND - Terminate a Selection Process
    • READNEXT - Get Next Record Key from Selection
    • READ - Read a Record from a File
    • WRITE - Write a Record to a File
    • DELETE - Delete a Record from a File
    • CLEAR - Delete All Records from a File
    • LOCK - Provide Record Locking Mechanism
    • IOCTL - Support Database Driver Control Functions
    • SYNC - Synchronise the Data to Disk
  • jEDI API Calls
    • Introduction
    • Initialisation
    • Making jEDI Database Requests
    • Program Termination
    • Compiling and Linking a Program
    • Finding the #include Files
    • Linking with the jEDI Library
    • Transaction Boundary Support
    • Starting a Transaction
    • Ending (Committing) a Transaction
    • Aborting (Rollback) a Transaction:
    • Query the Status of a Transaction:
    • jEDI Environment Variables
    • JediOpen - Open a File
    • JediOpenDeferred - Deferred Open
    • JediClose - Close an Opened File
    • JediSelect - Select Record Keys from a File
    • JediSelectEnd - Terminate a Selection Process
    • JediReadnext - Get Next Record Key
    • JediReadRecord - Read a Record from a File
    • JediWriteRecord - Write a Record to a File
    • JediDelete - Delete a Record from a File
    • JediLock - Provide Record Locking Mechanism
    • JediIOCTL - Database Driver Control Functions
    • JediSync - Synchronise the Data to Disk
    • JediClearFile - Delete All Records from a File
    • JediPerror - Print Error Message
    • JediFileOp - General File Maintenance
    • JediReinitialise - Re-initialise jEDI Code
  • Makefiles
    • Introduction
  • jbc and BASIC
    • Introduction
    • jbc Command
    • jBC Compiler Order of Processing
    • How to Use the jbc Command
    • jbc cc Only Options
    • jbc Common cc and jbc Options.
    • jbc Only Standard Options
    • jbc SQL Options
    • jbc C++ Options
    • INCLUDE File and Library Processing
    • Environment Variables and the jbc Command
    • jbc Examples
    • jpp Macro Pre-processor
    • BASIC Command
    • Using the BASIC Command
    • jbc and BASIC Warning Levels
  • jBuildSLIb and CATALOG
    • Introduction
    • jBuildSLib Command
    • Creating the Input Objects to jBuildSLib
    • Using the jBuildSLib Command to Create a Shared Object
    • Referencing a Shared Object from a C or jBC Program
    • CATALOG Command
    • CATALOGing a jBC Program
    • CATALOGing a jBC Subroutine
    • Extending the Use of CATALOG
    • CATALOG Configuration File
  • Advanced Tools
    • Introduction
    • jBC Run-time Options
    • jPMLMsg Command
    • Profiling
    • Enabling Profiling
    • Reporting the Profiling Files
    • Example of Profiling
    • Debugging - the JBCDEBUGGER Variable
    • Terminal Redirection
    • jshow Program
    • Extended terminfo Capabilities
    • jtic Program
    • jtic Description File
    • Examples of Usingjtic
    • Extended Capabilities
    • Run-time Error Messages
    • Modifying Entries in the Error Message File
    • jmakeerr Command
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