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Learn Caché

The best way to learn Caché is by attending our classroom training. We also have tutorials, documentation and screencasts available online. Our Guide to Caché courses and Course Schedule provide you with a summary of our classroom offerings. If you want to learn about our embedded technologies; Zen, Caché Server Pages, DeepSee, and iKnow; please go to Learn Embedded Technologies.

Developers

Begin learning Caché

Read

Caché Technology Guide

Getting Started with Caché

Caché documentation

Watch

Getting started with Caché This playlist covers Caché basics, tools available in Caché and the unified data architecture.

Caché Objects This playlist covers object programming, Caché objects, Caché objects and SQL and debugging.

Practice

Caché QuickStart This tutorial teaches you how to quickly and easily build dynamic web-enabled database applications using Caché.

Caché ObjectScript This tutorial teaches the basics of this powerful object-oriented language, as well as its most distinctive features.

Learn Caché in-depth

Attend

Caché Foundations For more details on which course(s) are appropriate for you or your team, review the Guide to Caché courses.

Read

Caché Development Guides

Caché Web Development

Caché Language Bindings and Gateways

Caché Tools and Utilities

Watch

.NET Native Provider This playlist covers the Caché .NET provider architecture, using Caché .NET provider via proxy classes and advanced techniques and practices using Caché .NET.

Objects Collection and StreamTypes This screencast covers objects collections and stream types.

Caché’s XML Capabilities This screencast covers the ways XML can be utilized within Caché.

System Administrators

Learn Caché in-depth

Attend

Caché System Management

Practice

Caché Security This tutorial covers authentication, authorization and application security.

Caché QuickStart This tutorial teaches you how to quickly and easily build dynamic web-enabled database applications using Caché.

Watch

Caché Mirroring This screencast covers how to use mirroring for data warehousing,  failover, and other purposes.

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