Assembler Cross Memory Services
The z/OS Assembler course covers introductory concepts, Instructions, z/OS Architecture, etc. It instructs the student on programming using assembler language mnemonics, provides a machine code specific introduction to the z/OS architecture and covers number systems and program compilation / execution.
System or application programmers who code Assembler programs or maintain system related programs and user exits; this course reinforces good Assembler programming techniques and introduces more advanced techniques including cross memory services, access registers and data-in-virtual.
Completion of the Assembler Introduction, Assembler Instructions, Assembler Macros and Assembler Programming courses plus a sound knowledge of programming concepts, and experience with IBM z/OS architecture.
- After completing this course, the student will be able to identify:
- Cross memory instructions and linkage
- Cross memory clients and services
- Access registers and Data in Virtual
Cross Memory Addressing
Address Space Areas
Standard Program Calls
Cross Memory Service Routines
Functional PC Routines
Writing a Service Provider
Cross Memory User
Access Registers and Data-In-Virtual
Copy Access Instruction
Data in Virtual