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ICL Peritas - Quickbuild Online Systems Development using Application Master

Documentation for an ICL Peritas Workshop.

An intensive and practical course for data processing professionals with knowledge of DDS and IDMSwho wish to be able to use, with confidence, the facilities of Application Master to develop interactive systems to update and interrogate IDMS databases. The course provides detailed instruction on all major aspects of producing on-line applications. To ensure success on this course, participants should have experience of DDS and IDMS equivalent to the level gained on the DDSUSERand QBFDNcourses.

 


Reference Number : N0609-10

Date Published : 1994

Manufacturer : ICL

Platform : ICL

Format : PDF Document - 333 Pages

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH32321. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

ICL Peritas - Quickbuild Online Systems Development using Application Master

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