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Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus
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Assembler & z/OS Internals Syllabus

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Syllabus of Streaming Courses in mainframe assembler and z/OS internals for everyone who interested to become a real systems programmer or system-level software developer for IBM mainframe platform, …

Syllabus of Streaming Courses in mainframe assembler and z/OS internals for everyone who interested to become a real systems programmer or system-level software developer for IBM mainframe platform, especially in z/OS system environment.

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  • 1. Assembly & z/OSAssembly & z/OS InternalsInternals 65 Days Streaming65 Days Streaming Courses SyllabusCourses Syllabus
  • 2. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 2 AgendaAgenda  Basic assemblyBasic assembly  10 days10 days  Advanced assemblyAdvanced assembly  5 days5 days  Basic architectural programming (optional)Basic architectural programming (optional)  45 days45 days  Basic systems programmingBasic systems programming  40 days40 days – MVS programmingMVS programming – TSO programmingTSO programming – JES programmingJES programming  Network programmingNetwork programming  10 days10 days – TCP/IP socket programmingTCP/IP socket programming
  • 3. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 3 PrefacePreface  Training will be conducted by an instructor whoTraining will be conducted by an instructor who has “real experience” in developing system-levelhas “real experience” in developing system-level software. He is an author of zJOS-XDI, ansoftware. He is an author of zJOS-XDI, an integrated automation solution for z/OS system.integrated automation solution for z/OS system. Each student may expect to be a “real systemsEach student may expect to be a “real systems programmer” who ready to develop system-levelprogrammer” who ready to develop system-level software for mainframe technology.software for mainframe technology.  Unless with special deal, training is conducted inUnless with special deal, training is conducted in Indonesia, in either Bogor or Pemalang. This toIndonesia, in either Bogor or Pemalang. This to avoid crowded situation and get fresher air.avoid crowded situation and get fresher air. Especially in Pemalang, class will be located inEspecially in Pemalang, class will be located in deep rural with beautiful views and originaldeep rural with beautiful views and original Nusantara culture.Nusantara culture.
  • 4. Basic AssemblyBasic Assembly 10 days tutorials and10 days tutorials and workshopsworkshops
  • 5. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 5 Basic AssemblyBasic Assembly  Coding rulesCoding rules  General instructionsGeneral instructions – Manipulating charactersManipulating characters – Manipulating integer numericsManipulating integer numerics – Manipulating memory addressesManipulating memory addresses  Decimal instructionsDecimal instructions – Manipulating decimal numericsManipulating decimal numerics  Managing programsManaging programs – Assembling and binding programAssembling and binding program – Executing programExecuting program
  • 6. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 6 Basic AssemblyBasic Assembly (cont’d)(cont’d)  Prereq:Prereq: – Familiar with basic operational of z/OSFamiliar with basic operational of z/OS – Familiar with z/OS development environmentFamiliar with z/OS development environment (TSO, ISPF, SDSF and JES2)(TSO, ISPF, SDSF and JES2) – Familiar with JCL codingFamiliar with JCL coding – Optionally hold computer science relatedOptionally hold computer science related backgroundbackground  Objective:Objective: – Give audience a basic skill in assemblyGive audience a basic skill in assembly programmingprogramming  Duration:Duration: – 10 days10 days
  • 7. Advanced AssemblyAdvanced Assembly 5 days tutorials and5 days tutorials and workshopworkshop
  • 8. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 8 Advanced AssemblyAdvanced Assembly  Assembler instructionsAssembler instructions  Assembler macroAssembler macro – Conding rules of assembler macroConding rules of assembler macro – Multitier macro designMultitier macro design  Assorted system macros in generalAssorted system macros in general programmingprogramming – Macros for I/OMacros for I/O – Macros for messagingMacros for messaging
  • 9. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 9 Advanced AssemblyAdvanced Assembly (cont’d)(cont’d)  Prereqs:Prereqs: – Have passed basic assembly courseHave passed basic assembly course  Objective:Objective: – Give audience an advance skill inGive audience an advance skill in general assembly programminggeneral assembly programming  Duration:Duration: – 5 days5 days
  • 10. Basic ArchitecturalBasic Architectural ProgrammingProgramming Controls & Interruptions 15 daysControls & Interruptions 15 days Channel programming 5 daysChannel programming 5 days Bootstrap procedure 5 daysBootstrap procedure 5 days Standalone programming 20 daysStandalone programming 20 days
  • 11. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 11 Basic Architectural ProgrammingBasic Architectural Programming  Controls & InterruptionsControls & Interruptions – Control mechanism in z/SeriesControl mechanism in z/Series – Interrupts handlingInterrupts handling  Channel programmingChannel programming – CCWCCW – Further handling for I/O interruptsFurther handling for I/O interrupts  Bootstrap procedureBootstrap procedure – CCW and interrupt used in IPL processCCW and interrupt used in IPL process – Placing IPL record and IPL program in I/O devicePlacing IPL record and IPL program in I/O device  Standalone programmingStandalone programming – Preemptive programming workshopPreemptive programming workshop
  • 12. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 12 Controls and InterruptionsControls and Interruptions  Control mechanism in z/SeriesControl mechanism in z/Series – PSW, control registers and PSAPSW, control registers and PSA – Control instructionsControl instructions – Controlling logic of operationControlling logic of operation  Interrupts handlingInterrupts handling – InterruptionsInterruptions – Memory map for interrupt controlMemory map for interrupt control – Stages of interrupt handlingStages of interrupt handling
  • 13. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 13 Controls and InterruptionsControls and Interruptions (cont’d)(cont’d)  Prereqs:Prereqs: – Have a proven skill in advenced assemblyHave a proven skill in advenced assembly – Have a good knowledge in digital control or OSHave a good knowledge in digital control or OS theorytheory  Objective:Objective: – Give audience a skill of basic systemsGive audience a skill of basic systems programming which drives to haveprogramming which drives to have  High ability to learn mainframe OS fasterHigh ability to learn mainframe OS faster  Ability to develop machine-level program for CPUAbility to develop machine-level program for CPU  Duration:Duration: – 15 days15 days
  • 14. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 14 Channel ProgrammingChannel Programming  CCWCCW – Channel commandsChannel commands – Coding rulesCoding rules – Logic of CCWLogic of CCW  Further handling for I/O interruptsFurther handling for I/O interrupts – Uniques of I/O interruptionsUniques of I/O interruptions – I/O instructions and related informationI/O instructions and related information format in memoryformat in memory – Managing I/O operationManaging I/O operation
  • 15. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 15 Channel ProgrammingChannel Programming (cont’d)(cont’d)  Prereqs:Prereqs: – Have a proven skill in controls andHave a proven skill in controls and interruptions for z/Series mainframe machineinterruptions for z/Series mainframe machine  Objective:Objective: – Give audience a skill of basic systemsGive audience a skill of basic systems programming which drives to haveprogramming which drives to have  High ability to learn mainframe OS filesystem fasterHigh ability to learn mainframe OS filesystem faster  Ability to develop machine-level program for I/OAbility to develop machine-level program for I/O  Duration:Duration: – 5 days5 days
  • 16. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 16 Bootstrap ProcedureBootstrap Procedure  CCW and interrupt used in IPL processCCW and interrupt used in IPL process – Preparing IPL record: CCW to load content ofPreparing IPL record: CCW to load content of I/O deviceI/O device – Preparing IPL program: Routine to initializePreparing IPL program: Routine to initialize PSA and all necessary interrupt handlersPSA and all necessary interrupt handlers – Understanding IPL program in z/OS and z/VMUnderstanding IPL program in z/OS and z/VM (VM SAPL)(VM SAPL)  Placing IPL record and IPL program in I/OPlacing IPL record and IPL program in I/O devicedevice – Placing IPL record and IPL program in DASDPlacing IPL record and IPL program in DASD volume using ICKDSF utilityvolume using ICKDSF utility – Placing IPL record and IPL program in tapePlacing IPL record and IPL program in tape volumevolume
  • 17. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 17 Bootstrap ProcedureBootstrap Procedure (cont’d)(cont’d)  Prereqs:Prereqs: – Have a proven skill in controls, interruptionsHave a proven skill in controls, interruptions and channel programming for z/Seriesand channel programming for z/Series mainframe machinemainframe machine  Objective:Objective: – Give audience a skill of basic systemsGive audience a skill of basic systems programming which drives to haveprogramming which drives to have  High ability to learn overall mainframe OS fasterHigh ability to learn overall mainframe OS faster  Ability to develop preemptive machine-level programAbility to develop preemptive machine-level program  Duration:Duration: – 5 days5 days
  • 18. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 18 Standalone ProgrammingStandalone Programming  Preemptive programming workshopPreemptive programming workshop – Tries to implement all skills gathered in allTries to implement all skills gathered in all previous subjects to develop a smallprevious subjects to develop a small application that runs directly from boot to endapplication that runs directly from boot to end without any OS on z/Series machine or underwithout any OS on z/Series machine or under z/VM virtual machine or on Hercules emulator.z/VM virtual machine or on Hercules emulator. – This workshop can also be used (on yourThis workshop can also be used (on your choice) to develop a miniature of OS with thechoice) to develop a miniature of OS with the simplest filesystem and task management.simplest filesystem and task management.
  • 19. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 19 Standalone ProgrammingStandalone Programming (cont’d)(cont’d)  Prereqs:Prereqs: – Have a proven skill in controls, interruptions, channelHave a proven skill in controls, interruptions, channel programming and bootstrap procedure for z/Seriesprogramming and bootstrap procedure for z/Series mainframe machinemainframe machine  Objective:Objective: – Give audience a skill of basic systems programmingGive audience a skill of basic systems programming which drives to havewhich drives to have  High ability to learn overall mainframe OS fasterHigh ability to learn overall mainframe OS faster  Ability to develop preemptive machine-level softwareAbility to develop preemptive machine-level software productproduct  Ability to be a team member of OS development projectAbility to be a team member of OS development project  Duration:Duration: – 20 days20 days
  • 20. Basic SystemsBasic Systems ProgrammingProgramming MVS programming 30 daysMVS programming 30 days TSO programming 5 daysTSO programming 5 days JES2 programming 5 daysJES2 programming 5 days
  • 21. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 21 Basic Systems ProgrammingBasic Systems Programming  MVS programmingMVS programming – Using memoryUsing memory – MultitaskingMultitasking – Using I/O servicesUsing I/O services – Deal with supervisor state in z/OSDeal with supervisor state in z/OS  TSO programmingTSO programming – Command processorsCommand processors – Interfacing with ISPF and RexxInterfacing with ISPF and Rexx  JES2 programmingJES2 programming – Accessing JES2 propertiesAccessing JES2 properties – Communicate with JES2Communicate with JES2
  • 22. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 22 MVS ProgrammingMVS Programming  Using memoryUsing memory – Allocating/deallocating private memoryAllocating/deallocating private memory – Extended addressingExtended addressing  Using access registersUsing access registers  Using dataspace, hyperspace and DIVUsing dataspace, hyperspace and DIV  MultitaskingMultitasking – Asynchronous processingAsynchronous processing – Synchronizing asynchronous processesSynchronizing asynchronous processes – Designing multitasking programDesigning multitasking program – Intertasks communicationIntertasks communication
  • 23. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 23 MVS ProgrammingMVS Programming (cont’d)(cont’d)  Using I/O servicesUsing I/O services – Using DFSMS macros for I/OUsing DFSMS macros for I/O  Deal with supervisor stateDeal with supervisor state – Privileged instructionsPrivileged instructions – Understanding control mechanismUnderstanding control mechanism – Using common segment memoryUsing common segment memory – Protecting memoryProtecting memory – Inter address spaces communicationInter address spaces communication
  • 24. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 24 MVS ProgrammingMVS Programming (cont’d)(cont’d)  Prereqs:Prereqs: – Have a proven skill in advenced assemblyHave a proven skill in advenced assembly – Have MVS sysadmin related experienceHave MVS sysadmin related experience  Objective:Objective: – Give audience a skill of basic systemsGive audience a skill of basic systems programming which drives to haveprogramming which drives to have  Advanced debuggig skillAdvanced debuggig skill  Ability to develop system interface in applicationAbility to develop system interface in application programprogram  Ability to develop system-level software productsAbility to develop system-level software products  Duration:Duration: – 30 days30 days
  • 25. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 25 TSO ProgrammingTSO Programming  Command processorsCommand processors – Passing parameters to commandPassing parameters to command processorprocessor – Using TSO/E servicesUsing TSO/E services  Interfacing with ISPF and RexxInterfacing with ISPF and Rexx – Using ISPF servicesUsing ISPF services – Interact with Rexx programInteract with Rexx program
  • 26. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 26 TSO ProgrammingTSO Programming (cont’d)(cont’d)  Prereqs:Prereqs: – Have a proven skill in advenced assemblyHave a proven skill in advenced assembly – Have advanced ISPF skillHave advanced ISPF skill – Have rexx programming skillHave rexx programming skill  Objective:Objective: – Give audience a skill of basic systems andGive audience a skill of basic systems and applications programming for TSO/ISPFapplications programming for TSO/ISPF application developmentapplication development  Duration:Duration: – 5 days5 days
  • 27. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 27 JES2 ProgrammingJES2 Programming  Accessing JES2 propertiesAccessing JES2 properties – Accessing JES2 servicesAccessing JES2 services – Accesssing spoolAccesssing spool  Communicate with JES2Communicate with JES2 – Trapping JES2 events for spoolTrapping JES2 events for spool processingprocessing
  • 28. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 28 JES2 ProgrammingJES2 Programming (cont’d)(cont’d)  Prereqs:Prereqs: – Have a proven skill in basic systemsHave a proven skill in basic systems programmingprogramming  Objective:Objective: – Give audience a skill of basic systemsGive audience a skill of basic systems and applications programming for JES2and applications programming for JES2 application developmentapplication development  Duration:Duration: – 5 days5 days
  • 29. Network ProgrammingNetwork Programming 10 days tutorials and10 days tutorials and workshopsworkshops
  • 30. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 30 Network ProgrammingNetwork Programming  Socket programmingSocket programming – Using EZASMI macro for socketUsing EZASMI macro for socket manipulationmanipulation – Logic construction of server programLogic construction of server program – Logic construction of client programLogic construction of client program  Interfacing to TCP/IP applicationInterfacing to TCP/IP application – Interfacing to FTP programInterfacing to FTP program – Interfacing to other TCP/IP programInterfacing to other TCP/IP program
  • 31. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 31 Network ProgrammingNetwork Programming (cont’d)(cont’d)  Prereqs:Prereqs: – Have a proven skill in advenced assemblyHave a proven skill in advenced assembly – Have a proven skill in multitasking usingHave a proven skill in multitasking using assembly in MVS programmingassembly in MVS programming  Objective:Objective: – Give audience a skill of assembly programmingGive audience a skill of assembly programming for TCP/IP application developmentfor TCP/IP application development  Duration:Duration: – 10 days10 days
  • 32. (C) 2009 Deru Sudibyo 32 AboutAbout Ir.Ir. Deru SudibyoDeru Sudibyo  Author of many mainframe system-level softwareAuthor of many mainframe system-level software – zJOS-XDIzJOS-XDI  An integrated automation solution for z/OS systemAn integrated automation solution for z/OS system  Currently marketed byCurrently marketed by PT SSHPT SSH – SSRF/MVS (paid as professional services)SSRF/MVS (paid as professional services)  MVS spool splitter and router facilityMVS spool splitter and router facility – SPICO/VM (paid as professional services)SPICO/VM (paid as professional services)  Automation tools for VM systemAutomation tools for VM system – Many freeare inMany freeare in CBT TAPECBT TAPE  Author of 3 mainframe handbooksAuthor of 3 mainframe handbooks – Arsitektur dan Teknologi Server ESAArsitektur dan Teknologi Server ESA  Architecture and technology of mainframe ESAArchitecture and technology of mainframe ESA – Panduan AssemblerPanduan Assembler  Assembler GuideAssembler Guide – Teknik Dasar Systems ProgrammingTeknik Dasar Systems Programming  Principle of system programming techniquesPrinciple of system programming techniques
  • 33. Thank You!Thank You!

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