Contact Us info@learnquest.com

??WelcomeName??
??WelcomeName??
photo

Thank you for your interest in LearnQuest.

Your request is being processed and LearnQuest or a LearnQuest-Authorized Training Provider will be in touch with you shortly.

photo

Thank you for your interest in Private Training.

We look forward to helping you develop the perfect training solution to help you meet your company's goals.

For immediate assistance, speak with one of our representatives using the chat module below. Otherwise, LearnQuest or a LearnQuest-Authorized Training Provider will be in touch with you shortly.

photo

Thank you for your interest in LearnQuest!

Now, you will be able to stay up-to-date on our latest course offerings, promotions, and training discounts. Watch your inbox for upcoming special offers.

title

Date: xxx

Location: xxx

Time: xxx

Price: xxx

Please take a moment to fill out this form. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

All fields marked with an asterisk (*) are mandatory.

IBM Sterling Connect Direct for Unix V4.2.0

Course content updated by LearnQuest
Price
2,445 USD
24 Hours
6C02G
Classroom Training, Online Training
IBM Business Partner
Prices reflect a 22.5% discount for IBM employees.
Prices shown are the special AWS Partner Prices.
Prices reflect the Capgemini employee discount.
Prices reflect the UPS employee discount.
Prices reflect the ??democompanyname?? employee discount.
GSA Private/Onsite Price: ??gsa-private-price??
For GSA pricing, please go to GSA Advantage.

Special Offer

Save up to $500 on Cloud Training Courses

Get access to authorized cloud training and save hundreds for your team. Use promo code CLOUD10. Offer expires on February 18, 2022.

More Information ?

Class Schedule

Delivery Formats

Sort results

Filter Classes

Guaranteed to Run

Modality

Location

Language

Date

  • Date: 28-Feb-2022 to 2-Mar-2022
    Time: 9AM - 5PM US Eastern
    Location: Virtual
    Language: English
    Delivered by: LearnQuest
    Price: 2,445 USD
  • Date: 25-Apr-2022 to 27-Apr-2022
    Time: 9AM - 5PM US Eastern
    Location: Virtual
    Language: English
    Delivered by: LearnQuest
    Price: 2,445 USD
View Global Schedule

Course Description

Overview

This 3-day instructor-led course provides the skills necessary to use and manage IBM Sterling Connect:Direct in the Unix environment. This course is valuable for end-users and application programmers intending to use Sterling Connect:Direct. It is also valuable to systems administrators, operators, production control personnel, help desk staff, and support personnel responsible for Sterling Connect:Direct operations.

 

This course explains the Unix  environment for Sterling Connect:Direct, installation and configuration procedures, process language, and interfaces. The students will also learn the components of  different user interfaces of Sterling Connect:Direct and troubleshooting methods.

Objectives

After completing this course, students should be able to:

  • Explain the structure of Sterling Connect:Direct for UNIX.
  • Describe the user interfaces and components of Sterling Connect:Direct for UNIX.
  • Install Sterling Connect:Direct for UNIX.
  • Customize Configuration Files.
  • Control Processes using the submit, select, change, delete, flush, and stop commands.
  • Obtain status information about a Process.
  • Write a Process using statements.
  • Describe the utilities used to translate data between tables and retrieve Sterling Connect:Direct for UNIX messages.
  • Gather troubleshooting information using the trace command.
  • Configure the File Agent and rules to watch for files.

Audience

This course is designed for systems administrators, operators, production control personnel, help desk staff, and support personnel responsible for Sterling Connect:Direct operations.

Prerequisites

    None

Topics

Course Overview

UNIT 1. INTRODUCTION AND INSTALLATION

Lesson 1. Connect:Direct overview

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Discuss Sterling Connect:Direct.
  • Explain the basic structure of Sterling Connect:Direct.
  • Explain primary (PNODE) and secondary (SNODE) nodes.
  • Understand the use of Sterling Connect:Direct interfaces.
  • Identify the components of Sterling Connect:Direct.
  • Identify the communication interfaces compatible with Sterling Connect:Direct.

Lesson 2. Installation pre-requisite

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Use Sterling Connect:Direct release notes.
  • Lookup the libraries needed to install Sterling Connect:Direct.
  • List the features and enhancements in Sterling Connect:Direct 4.2.
  • Exercise to use a worksheet for the lab.

Lesson 3. Installation

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • List the steps to install Sterling Connect:Direct.
  • Describe how to configure Sterling Connect:Direct server and client.
  • Explain the steps to verify the installation.
  • Detail the procedure to start and stop Sterling Connect:Direct.
  • List the job control commands through command line interface.
  • Exercise to install, verify, and execute sample process.

 

UNIT 2. CONFIGURATION FILES

Lesson 1. Introduction to configuration file

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Explain the directory structure of Sterling Connect:Direct.
  • Discuss the purpose of the files.
  • Identify the types of configuration files.
  • Understand the procedure to customize configuration files.
  • Procedural exercise to tune configuration file.

Lesson 2. Initialization file

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Locate the Initialization Parameters File.
  • Identify the sections of the Initialization Parameters File.
  • Explain the initparm Record Names, Parameters, and Parameter Values.
  • Customize the Initialization Parameters

Lesson 3. Client configuration file

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Locate the client configuration file.
  • Identify the sections of the client configuration file.
  • Customize the client configuration file.

Lesson 4. Client and server authentication key file

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Locate and understand the usage of client and server authentication file.
  • Identify the sections of the client and server authentication files.
  • Explain the client and server authentication file record names, parameter name and value.
  • Customize the client and server authentication file.
  • Exercise to test the customization of client and server authentication file.

Lesson 5. Network map file

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Locate and understand the network map file.
  • Identify the sections of the network map file.
  • Explain the network map file record names, parameter name and value.
  • Customize the network map file.
  • Exercise to test the customization of network map file.

Lesson 6. Maintaining access information file

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Locate and understand the user authorization file.
  • Identify the sections of the user authorization file.
  • Explain the user authorization file record names, parameter name and value.
  • Customize the user authorization file.
  • Exercise to test the customization of user authorization file.

UNIT 3. PROCESSES

Lesson 1. Statements

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Define a Process and Process Language.
  • Describe the purpose of each Process statement.
  • Configure Sterling Connect:Direct to transfer files automatically.

Lesson 2. Submitting processes

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Explain how the submit command determines where the Process goes in the queue.
  • Use the submit command to submit a Process to the queue for execution.
  • Use the parameters associated with the submit command to define how and when the Process gets submitted.

Lesson 3. Changing processes

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Use the change process command to change a Process or multiple Processes in the queue.
  • Use the parameters associated with the change process command to define what you want to change about the Processes.

Lesson 4. Selecting a process

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Use the select process command to display information about a Process or multiple Processes in the queue.
  • Use the parameters associated with the select process command to define how and what information you want to select about the Processes.

Lesson 5. Selecting statistics

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Use the select statistics command to get statistics about Processes.
  • Use the parameters associated with the select statistics command to define what you want statistics for and the level of detail you want.

UNIT 4. Utilities

Lesson 1. Termination utilities

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Use the delete process command to remove a non-executing process from the queue.
  • Use the flush process command to remove an executing process from the queue.
  • Use the stop command to stop Sterling Connect:Direct
  • Usage of quit command.
  • Describe the optional parameters for the stop command.

Lesson 2. Troubleshooting utilities

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Identify the purpose of the ndmxlt (Translation Table) utility.
  • Use the ndmmsg (Message) utility to retrieve Sterling Connect:Direct messages.
  • Identify the methods to restart a Process.

Lesson 3.  Advanced utilities

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Use the trace command to gather troubleshooting information from Sterling Connect:Direct.
  • Use the parameters associated with the trace command to define what information you want and in what format
  • Recognize Process Queues and Status.
  • Understand the Life Cycle Process.

Lesson 4.  File Agent utility

After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Describe the Sterling Connect:Direct File Agent and its interface.
  • Install the Sterling Connect:Direct File Agent.
  • Configure the Sterling Connect:Direct File Agent.
  • Describe the rules used with the Sterling Connect:Direct File Agent.
  • Configure a Rule.
  • Monitor file transfers through Sterling Connect:Direct File Agent.

 

2020 Top 20 Training Industry Company - IT Training

Need Help?

Call us toll free at 877-206-0106 or e-mail us at info@learnquest.com

Personalized Solutions

Need a personalized solution for your training? Contact us, and one of our advisors will help you find the best solution to your training needs.

Contact us

Need Help?

Do you have a question about the courses, instruction, or materials covered? Do you need help finding which course is best for you?

Talk to us

Self-Paced Training Info

Learn at your own pace with anytime, anywhere training

  • Same in-demand topics as instructor-led public and private classes.
  • Standalone learning or supplemental reinforcement.
  • e-Learning content varies by course and technology.
  • View the Self-Paced version of this outline and what is included in the SPVC course.
  • Learn more about e-Learning

Course Added To Shopping Cart

bla

bla

bla

bla

bla

bla

Self-Paced Training Terms & Conditions

??spvc-wbt-warning??
??group-training-form-area??
??how-can-we-help-you-area??
??personalized-form-area??
??request-quote-area??

Sorry, there are no classes that meet your criteria.

Please contact us to schedule a class.
Nothing yet
here's the message from the cart

To view the cart, you can click "View Cart" on the right side of the heading on each page
Add to cart clicker.

Purchase Information

??elearning-coursenumber?? ??coursename??
View Cart

Need more Information?

Speak with our training specialists to continue your learning journey.

 

Delivery Formats

Close

By submitting this form, I agree to LearnQuest's Terms and Conditions

heres the new schedule
This website uses third-party profiling cookies to provide services in line with the preferences you reveal while browsing the Website. By continuing to browse this Website, you consent to the use of these cookies. If you wish to object such processing, please read the instructions described in our Privacy Policy.
Your use of this LearnQuest site affirms your consent to our use of session and persistent cookies to track how you use our website.