CICS/COBOL Assessment

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CICS was originally developed to provide transaction processing for IBM mainframes. It controls the interaction between applications and users and allows programmers to develop screen displays without detailed knowledge of the terminals used. It provides terminal routing, password security, transaction logging for error recovery and activity journals for performance analysis. CICS commands are written along with and into the source code of the applications, typically COBOL.

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Number of questions 39
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Input-Output Files
Maps
Miscellaneous
Programs
Storage Allocation
Testing and Debugging
Tasks tested AEIV Abend
AICA Abend
ASRA Abend
Assembling BMS Map source
Attribute Byte
Browse Temporary Storage Queues
CECI Command Interpreter
CECS vs CECI
Cursor Control
File Definition
File Updating
Initial Execution Requirements
MAPFAIL Error
Multithreading
Non-entered Fields
Obtaining Resource Control
Packing Fields
Physical and Logical Map
Preparing a Name for Display
Program-Transaction Association
Proper Storage Area
Properties of TDQs
Reason for File Definition
Receiving Data from Map
Releasing VSAM Locks
Rescheduling Transaction
Scrolling
Sending Initial Map
Sending Subsequent Maps
Sequence of Commands
Static Calls
Storage of Entered Data
Temporary Storage
Terminating and Rescheduling
Translator Output
Type of Called Programs
Unit of Work
Vsam File Status
Working Storage Volatility
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)