New system operators can develop basic-to-intermediate skills needed for day to day operations of the iSeries system. You’ll learn the Character Driven Interface (Green Screens) and iSeries Navigator (Graphical User Interface) where applicable.
Use system displays, Control Language commands messages and Help Support. Specifically this course explains how to do the following: Send, Display and respond to messages Use the online help and reference materials Monitor and control Job Queues, active Jobs and output queues Create and change user profiles Use authorization lists and group profiles Start and Stop the Operating System (OS/400) Manage system devices, user displays stations and printers Use OS/400 security. Save and restore objects Resolve system problems Order, receive and install PTFs.
On completion you will be able to: Send, display, and respond to messages Use the on-line help and reference material Monitor and control job queues, active jobs and output queues Create and change User Profiles Use authorization lists and group profiles Start and Stop the Operating System Manage system devices, user display stations and printers Save and restore objects and libraries Monitor job and history logs Diagnose System problems Order, receive and install PTFs.
Those who have responsibility for daily system operations. It is not intended for technical audiences who are seeking an in-depth look at how the iSeries 400 system works. This audience should instead attend the Concepts and facilities workshop OL49