Java Data Access for the IBM Enterprise
This course is intended for experienced Mainframe Programmers, particularly COBOL programmers, or Java programmers new to the IBM enterprise environment who need to understand the following: the Java datafile and database access, I-O methods, the special requirements and facilities used to access the IBM Enterprise systems unique data storage facilities, to use JavaBeans as reusable objects and enterprise JavaBeans for accessing the facilities provided by enterprise systems.
Experienced mainframe programmers, particularly COBOL programmers, or Java programmers new to the IBM enterprise environment.
Knowledge of Java programming and an understanding of the IBM enterprise environment and the unique data structures it supports
- After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Understand Java datafile and database access, and I-O methods.
- Understand the special requirements and facilities to access the IBM Enterprise systems that are unique data storage facilities.
- Understand JavaBeans as resusable objects and the functions of enterprise JavaBeans.
File I-O and Streams
Sequential File and Java I/O
Working with Streams
Reading From and Writing to a File
Building a Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) Based Application
The JDBC:ODBC Bridge
Accessing Mainframe DB2
Alternative Connection Strategies
Accessing Enterprise Data
VSAM and non-VSAM access
Containers and BATCH
The Record Framework
Java Native Interface
What is a JavaBean?