Using Enterprise Generation Language in IBM WebSphere Studio V5.1.2

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  • Seminar
  • Fortgeschritten
  • Inhouse
  • Dauer:
    3 Tage
Beschreibung

This course introduces students to EGL ('Enterprise Generation Language'), a 4GL well-suited to the rapid development of web applications using either browser-based GUIs or traditional 'green-screen' text-based user interfaces (TUIs). The course also provides an introduction to JSF ('Java Server Faces') and shows how JSF and EGL can work together to provide a rapi...

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· Voraussetzungen

Students should be experienced programmers in a procedural or object-oriented language, such as COBOL, PL/I or Java

Students should also have a basic understanding of the internet and the components of web applications

Java and Web development expertise are not required

Themenkreis

Seminarziel:

This course introduces students to EGL (''Enterprise Generation Language''), a 4GL well-suited to the rapid development of web applications using either browser-based GUIs or traditional ''green-screen'' text-based user interfaces (TUIs). The course also provides an introduction to JSF (''Java Server Faces'') and shows how JSF and EGL can work together to provide a rapid development environment for web applications. The course further shows how EGL can be used to easily integrate relational database access into web applications.

Zielgruppe:

The audience for this course consists of programmers who are interested in creating web applications.

Inhalt:

  • Introduction to EGL


  • WebSphere Studio overview and demonstration


  • Relational database access with EGL


  • EGL data types


  • EGL records and data structures


  • EGL program structure


  • EGL statements


  • JSF components


  • Writing JSPs using JSF and EGL


  • Text-base user interfaces and EGL forms


  • EGL built-in functions and variables


  • Error messages with EGL and JSF


  • WebSphere Studio facilities for EGL development


Voraussetzung:

Students should be experienced programmers in a procedural or object-oriented language, such as COBOL, PL/I or Java

Students should also have a basic understanding of the internet and the components of web applications

Java and Web development expertise are not required


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