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 is designed for systems administrators, operators, production control personnel, help desk staff, and support personnel responsible for Sterling Connect:Direct operations.
UNIT 1. INTRODUCTION AND INSTALLATION
UNIT 2. CONFIGURATION FILES
- Lesson 1. Connect:Direct overview
- Lesson 2. Installation pre-requisite
- Lesson 3. Installation
UNIT 3. PROCESSES
- Lesson 1. Introduction to configuration file
- Lesson 2. Initialization file
- Lesson 3. Client configuration file
- Lesson 4. Client and server authentication key file
- Lesson 5. Network map file
- Lesson 6. Maintaining access information file
UNIT 4. Utilities
- Lesson 1. Statements
- Lesson 2. Submitting processes
- Lesson 3. Changing processes
- Lesson 4. Selecting a process
- Lesson 5. Selecting statistics
- Lesson 1. Termination utilities
- Lesson 2. Troubleshooting utilities
- Lesson 3. Advanced utilities
- Lesson 4. File Agent utility
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.