DINIS API Training
The following courses are on offer :
Course Code : APIP
Programming the DINIS API with the SDK
Day 1 and Day 2 a.m. - "DINIS API
This part of the training course presents the DINIS
API in the form of lecture material with practical examples covering
each of the following topics:
- Overview of the DINIS API
- The DINIS Root Interface
- The DINIS Network Element Interface
- The DINIS Selection Interface
- The DINIS Analysis Interface
- A Typical DINIS API Session
- DINIS API Client Development
- Client Exception Handling
- DINIS API VB tips
- Overview of the DINIS Macro Player
Day 2 p.m. - "DINIS API By Example"
The afternoon of day 2 is spent studying examples of
DINIS API applications. The applications will be broken down and
analysed with the focus on potential problem areas.
Day 3 - "DINIS API Workshop"
In addition to the DINIS API training course detailed
above, there will be a Visual Basic DINIS development workshop where a
simple application will be developed. The workshop will put into
practice the theory presented in the lectures and will give experience
building applications, alerting users to the intricacies of the DINIS
Day 4 - "DINIS API Follow-up Session"
A workshop follow-up day will enable developers to
problem solve any queries they have encountered since the workshop. The
recommended elapsed time between the workshop and the follow-up session
is 2-3 weeks and should not extend beyond 4 weeks.
It is likely that the programmers responsible for using the API SDK will
familiar with VB or Java or Tcl and the use of APIs in the generic
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Course Code : APIU
Using the DINIS API
As the API allows DINIS to inter-operate with a large variety of
external applications, the training requirements will vary with
Fujitsu Services, with a long experience in all aspects of training in
the DINIS(E) application and other engineering applications, will be
pleased to design, develop and implement training programmes for
training in these applications built using the API.
- This course will be developed to a clients specification.
The prerequisites will vary depending upon the requirements of the