This course is a prerequisite for all other courses in the LANSA training program.
This course provides an overview of the basic user interface for building and working with the LANSA repository, as well as working with the editor to code LANSA applications. Hands-on exercises include defining Repository fields and field visualizations, files, specifying validations and triggers and relationships. RDML and RDMLX commands are presented and used, including expressions, intrinsics, variants, etc. Creation of system variables, virtual fields, and list processing are demonstrated and practiced.
The final day of the workshop focuses on using the Visual LANSA Framework to rapidly prototype and develop applications. This course progressively builds the attendee's knowledge of the various features of Visual LANSA. It is workshop based, with emphasis on hands-on training. The course is scheduled to use the Windows PCs (LFW) environment.
|Prerequisites:||Information Systems Experience (Programming Experience Helpful)|
|Audience:||Architects, builders and developers who will be creating applications in LANSA should attend this course.|
|Aim:||This course will provide the core knowledge and information necessary to create applications using LANSA.|
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
This course is available upon request.
Booking a Course:
For more information or to schedule courses contact: Moira Maxwell (ext. 372) at 01727 790300 or
Standard Class Hours:
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
|On-site:||Price available on application|
- Education is billed on a full-day basis, even though a student may choose to attend only part of a day.
- All consulting and training rates do not include any expenses that may be incurred during the consulting assignment.
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