Advanced Function Presentation and Printing-MF 6000
This course provides training in the use of Advanced Function Presentation and Printing (AFP). Concepts, AFP products, and printers will be explained. Hands on exercises will accelerate the students proficiency for developing AFP software. Upon completion, the student will be able to develop and maintain AFP applications using GML, SCRIPT/VS, PMF, PPFA and OGL.
- » Application programmers responsible for developing and maintaining AFP print applications in the MVS and z/OS environment.
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- » Understand the AFP environment
- » Create AFP documents using Generalized Markup Language (GML) and SCRIPT
- » Alter page segments using the Print Management Facility (PM F)
- » Define form definitions and page definitions using the Page Printer Formatting Aid (PPFA)
- » Create overlays using the Overlay Generation Language (OGL)
- » Use control records (IMM and IDM) within a program or file
- » Code appropriate JCL, TSO or CMS commands to utilize AFP
- » Use the AFP Viewer to browse
- » AFP objects before printing
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- FP Overview
- AFP Characteristics
- Landscape and Portrait Printing
- Default Media Origin
- What is a Laser Printer?
- Print Services Facility (PSF) and PSF Files
- Document Composition Facility (DCF
- GML -A Primer
- GML Introduction and Structure
- General Document (:GDOC. And :EGDOC.)
- Paragraphs (:P. and :PC.) and Headings (:H0. :H6.)
- Lists (:SL., :UL., :OL., :LI.)
- Imbedded Lists (Simple,
- Unordered, Ordered)
- Front Matter (:FRONTM.)
- Title Page Tags (:TITLEP., :ETITLEP., :DOCNUM., :DATE., :AUTHOR., :ADDRESS., :ALINE., :EADDRESS.)
- Abstract, Preface and Table of Contents (:ABSTRACT., :PREFACE., :TOC.)
- List of Illustrations (:FIGLIST.)
- Body of the Document (:BODY.)
- Appendix (:APPENDIX.) and Back Matter (:BACKM.)
- Glossary and Index (:GLOSSARY., :INDEX.)
- Highlighting (:HP0. :HP3., :EHP0. :EHP3.)
- Quotations (:Q., :EQ., :LQ., :ELQ.) and Footnotes (:FN., :EFN.)
- Example (:XMP., :EXMP.) and Figure (:FIG., :EFIG.)
- Symbolic Variables (&rbl., &gml., &., &semi., &date., &time.)
- Additional Tags (:DL., :GL., :HDREF., :FIGREF., :LIREF., :FNREF., :CIT., :NOTE.)
- GML Summary
- Coding SCRIPT/VS Control Words
- Defining the Page Format
- Page Length (.PL) and Page Margin (.PM)
- Top and Bottom Margins (.TM, .BM)
- Page Width (.PW) and Line Length (.LL)
- Left Margin Indentation (.IN) and
- Right Margin Indentation (.IR)
- Page Advance (.PA) and Page Numbering (.PN)
- Running Headings (.RH) and Running Footings
- Using Fonts
- Font Definition
- IBM Bitmap Fonts
- Fixed Fonts
- Proportionally Spaced Fonts
- Type Terminology
- Font Terminology
- Font Structure
- Typographic Font Names
- Font Samples
- Page Segment
- Print Management Facility (PMF)
- Altering a PAGESEG Using PMF
- Rasterization Using PMF
- Getting Into Edit
- Edit Characteristics and Initial Editing
- PMF Edit
- Removing Dots
- Changing Pages in Edit
- Character Group Options and Character Group Library Access
- Building a Page Segment
- The Finished Product
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