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@Best Practices for using Avaloq Script (BSC)

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Date
19.01. - 02.02.2017
Modules
Kick-Off MeetingThu, 19.01.201712:50 - 14:30 CET
Hands On TrainingThu, 02.02.201708:50 - 15:30 CET
Price excl. VAT (CHF)
1'050.00
Course delivery
Please note that this is an online training.
For more details regarding the Avaloq e-learning please see the Academy Website www.learning.avaloq.com/en/online-training/online-training or get in touch with the Academy Contact Centre at academy@avaloq.com
Course description
Avaloq Script is the programming language within the Avaloq Core. This language is syntactically very close to PL/SQL. The main difference is in the way access to data is handled. Instead of a direct access via SQL as this in the case in PL/SQL, access is granted through so called data dictionaries (DDIC). These DDIC have the advantage to abstract from the physical data structure and to encapsulate access to the kernel data and procedures effectively offering a stable interface to the outside world. There are many areas of Avaloq Script within the Avaloq Core, ranging from Report Writer to Order Validation to Conditions in Rule Systems.
It is essential that customization professionals know how to write efficient and maintainable code.
This course builds upon the introduction given in the certification course “Fundamentals of Avaloq Customisation – (ACP)”.
This course focuses on coding guidelines. Many project-proof examples show how to write ‘good’ code with respect to maintainability and performance.
Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course every participant will:
  • Understand the coding principles.
  • Be able to write code which is accepted by code auditors.
  • Apply the “do’s” and avoid the “don’ts”
Target audience
All Avaloq Certified Professionals who have contact with Avaloq Script on a regular basis
Prerequisites
Before participating in this course, prior attendance of the course “Fundamentals of Avaloq Customisation (ACP)” is mandatory.
Course content
Avaloq Script structure - overview and examples
Coding Guidelines – how to write ‘audit-proof’ code
Coding Guidelines – how to write ‘performant’ code
Report Writer considerations
Follow-up courses
Mastering Advanced Avaloq Script Techniques (ASC)
Duration
4 – 5 hours of hands-on training and
2 – 4 hours of self-study
Avaloq Certified Specialist
This course is part of the specialisation in the area of competence
  • Technology & Security
Availability
Fully booked

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