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OverviewThis one day Endevor course introduces the skills necessary to use CA-Endevor.
This course is one step in the following Learning Journey:
- Understand how Endevor manages source code within the Software Development Life Cycle
- Explain how elements are processed and categorized
- Describe CCID, Signout/Signin, Footprint, Package, Automared Component Manager (ACM), and Master Control File (MCF)
- Understand basic actions, including RETRIEVE, ADD, UPDATE, GENERATE, MOVE, DELETE, PRINT, SIGNIN
- Access Endevor, choose the Environment, and set the default options
- Use foreground mode to DISPLAY, RETRIEVE, MOVE AND SIGNIN elements
- Understand why and when you will use Batch Mode instead of Foreground Mode
- Create and execute Software Control Language (SCL) statements
- Create, Edit, Case, and submit a Package
- Application developers using Endevor to manage software in a mainframe environment
- Students must be able to use TSO/ISPF and have experience creating software, usually with COBOL, Assembler, PL/1, or JCL
- Overview of SoftwareDevelopment Life Cycle (Environment, System, Subsystem, Type, Element)
- Source Management (Base, Delta)
- Life Cycle of Element (Development, Testing, Acceptance, Production)
- Process / Output Management
- Processor Group
- Integrity Facilities (CCID, Signout, Signin, Footprint, Package, Automated Component Manager, Master Control File)
- Common Actions (ADD, GENERATE, MOVE, RETRIEVE, UPDATE)
- Add (Source Management, Process/Output Management, Inventory Management)
- Accessing Endevor
- Environment Selection
- Primary Options
- User Defaults
- Display Options
- System Display (System, Subsystem, Type)
- Browse Element
- What, if any, foreground processing options of Endevor should I use?
- Accessing Foreground
- Foreground Options
- Retrieve Prior Level
- Why do I use batch processing options of Endevor?
- Why Batch?
- Batch vs. Foreground
- Software Control Language (SCL)
- Generating, Editing, Validating, and Submitting SCL
- Viewing and Interpreting the Output
- Why Packages?
- Creating a Package
- Choosing a Package
- Building a Package
- Package Actions (Add/Update, SCL Generated, Edit, Cast, Approval, Review, Execute, Submit)
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