Technical Course Descriptions

Introduction

All classes listed (see below) are hands-on, using an environment appropriate for each student. Are you not sure which course to take? For a complete table of contents for any course manual, contact RMER and we will discuss your many options. We are …providing solutions through education.

 

UniVerse Fundamentals

This course is designed for end-users, managers, system administrators, and programmers new to the UniVerse database environment who need to understand basic concepts of the powerful MultiValue database. Instruction includes data modeling, file and dictionary creation, data input, and building sophisticated paragraphs and professional query reports.

UniVerse Administration

Learn how to manage a UNIX or Windows-based UniVerse relational database management system. Learn how to install and configure the software, manage data files, define and maintain security, and monitor system performance. Explore the relationship between UniVerse and the operating system.

UniData Fundamentals

This course is designed for end-users, managers, system administrators, and programmers new to the UniData database environment who need to understand basic concepts of the powerful MultiValue database. Instruction includes data modeling, file and dictionary creation, data input, and building sophisticated paragraphs and professional query reports.

UniData Administration

Learn how to manage a UNIX or Windows-based UniData relational database management system. Learn how to install and configure the software, manage data files, define and maintain security, and monitor system performance. Explore the relationship between UniData and the operating system.

UniData and UniVerse Database Programming

This course is designed for programmers new to the U2 Basic language as well as those with limited experience who wish to expand their knowledge. Students are exposed to tips and tricks as well as using efficient tools to increase productivity, while practicing time-proven programming methods.

U2 Basic Extensions for Advanced Programmers

This course is designed for programmers familiar with developing applications. Students will learn to use the extensions to the BASIC programming language and how to effectively apply them. The extensions covered include programming sockets, Call HTTP, SOAP, XML, SSL, encryption, WebServices development, and more.

SB+ Essentials

This course introduces novice and seasoned programmers to the functionality and concepts of the SB+ Rapid Application Development environment. Students explore file and dictionary creation, look-up processes and many more. Students then create both simple and complex data entry screens. Students can use either or both character-based and Graphical User Interface (GUI) for development.

SB+ Advanced Development

This course builds on the knowledge and experience of the SB500 course. It is recommended the SB500 course be taken first but it is not required. The advanced course focuses more on the building blocks of the SB environment, including innovative use of dialog boxes, user subroutines, security, system control parameters, menus, and much more.

Using System Builder Extensible Architecture

This course is designed for programmers familiar with the System Builder application development and those who wish to move to the SBXA environment. Subjects covered include the architecture overview, installation, and single-sign-on configuration, as well as exploration into new features. Students will use the SBXA screen developer and create themes and styles.