Understanding AS/400 System Operations [NOOK Book]

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This guide is intended for students learning computer operations and administration on the AS/400 computer system. Offering a unique approach to learning AS/400 operations with extensive hands-on labs, self-tests, and review questions, this book uses real-world situations to enable users to be productive with AS/400 operations. This book also covers the requirements of the two IBM AS/400 certification exams: AS/400 Associate System Operator Certification (test 052) and AS/400 Professional System Operator ...
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Understanding AS/400 System Operations

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Overview

This guide is intended for students learning computer operations and administration on the AS/400 computer system. Offering a unique approach to learning AS/400 operations with extensive hands-on labs, self-tests, and review questions, this book uses real-world situations to enable users to be productive with AS/400 operations. This book also covers the requirements of the two IBM AS/400 certification exams: AS/400 Associate System Operator Certification (test 052) and AS/400 Professional System Operator Certification (test 053). The primary goal of this book is to teach users how to perform day-to-day operations on an AS/400 computer system, including IPL, starting and stopping the system, backup and recovery, and system cleanup. Procedures covered include creating and maintaining user environments, device configuration and management, security implementation, work and data management, and TCP/IP configuration. Console operations discussed include jobs, message handling, and working with spool files and peripheral devices. Functions of Operations Navigator are covered, and Electronic Customer Support (ECS) and PTF upgrades are also introduced.

Understanding AS/400 System Operations is intended for students learning computer operations and administration on the AS/400 computer system. Offering a unique approach to learning AS/400 operations with extensive end-of-chapter, hands-on labs, self-tests, and review questions, this book uses real-world situations to prepare you from the ground up to be productive with AS/400 operations. This book also covers the requirements of the two IBM AS/400 certification exams: AS/400 Associate System Operator Certification (test 052) and AS/400 Professional System Operator Certification (test 053). The primary goal of this book is to teach you how to perform day-to-day operations on an AS/400 computer system, including IPL, starting and stopping the system, backup and recovery, and system cleanup. Procedures covered include creating and maintaining user environments, device configuration and management, security implementation, work and data management, and TCP/IP configuration. Console operations discussed include jobs, message handling, and working with spool files and peripheral devices. Functions of Operations Navigator are covered. Electronic Customer Support (ECS) and PTF upgrades are also introduced.

Working with this book will help you to describe the functions of the operating system . send messages and respond to inquiries, use common CL commands, manage jobs, control work management, describe security problems and solutions, track and manage jobs on the system, manage print functions, identify various device configurations, and perform backups, restores, and PTFs. " Instructor manual available

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781583476987
  • Publisher: Mc Press
  • Publication date: 5/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 816
  • Sales rank: 1,309,776
  • File size: 11 MB
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Meet the Author

Mike Dawson graduated magna cum laude from West Chester University with a degree in computer science. He has been programming on mainframe and midrange computers since 1974 and is the author of several books on AS/400 topics ranging from performance to operations. Marge Hohly holds several degrees, including an M.S. in computer science, and has been in education for more than 27 years. She is IBM AS/400 certified in both operations and system administration and has worked for IBM in the Skills Transfer Department, delivering and developing OS/400 training for the support center on new releases prior to GA. Marge is Professor, AS/400 Program Coordinator, and Department Co-Chairperson in the Computer and Information Science Department at Cerritos College.
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