General information

Code: U2800
Language: English
Product: UniVerse
Release: 10.0 or higher
Target audience: System Administrator
Format(s): Classroom
Number of Days: 4 Days

Course description:
This course provides an introduction to the UniVerse extended relational database environment. Learn about the tools and commands used to input data into storage files, modify data records, and extract the records to produce and print reports. Build a sample database file, including data input through the editor and reporting using the RetrieVe processor. Explore UniVerse commands that perform ad hoc queries, generate and print reports, and create paragraphs to gather or report business information.

Your new skills:
After completing this course, you should be able to:

• Understand the UniVerse environment
• Log in and log out
• Use the on-line Help facility
• Create a small UniVerse account
• Learn basic concepts of the UniVerse Editor
• Understand UniVerse database files
• Create and edit Dictionaries and VOC files
• Create ad hoc reports from UniVerse files to answer business needs
Who should attend
End users, managers, system administrators, and programmers new to the UniVerse database environment, who need to create custom or ad hoc queries.

Prerequisites:
None.

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