Canadian National Railway (Jun 1981 thru Jul 1985)

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David joined the Corporate Database Administration Group of the CNR in June 1981 as a Database Analyst and left in July 1985 to join LGS (Ottawa) as an IDMS Consultant.

David worked on two projects while at the CNR.

Feb 1982 – Jul 1985
Lead Database Analyst
Materials Management Information System (MMIS)

Project Description
MMIS consisted of an online sub system for warehouse ordering, click a batch sub system for inventory control, cialis an online sub system to match invoices to purchase orders, sale an online sub system to maintain supplier information, and an online sub system for negotiated terms and conditions.

Role DescrIption
Mr. Lyon was responsible for the database design team and his duties included supervision and training of the design staff, planning and coordinating of design activities, analysis and definition of application data, data modeling and physical database design, database navigation strategies, design standards and procedures. Data modeling and physical database design entailed meeting with Business Process Owners to review and document the processes and data requirements.

Technical Environment
MVS 390; JCL; MVS Utilities; TSO; ISPF/PDF; CICS; IDMS-DB; IDMS-DC; IDMS-CV; IDD; OLQ; Culprit; LRF

Jun 1981 – Feb 1982
Database Analyst
Integrated Employee Database Systems (IEDS) Payroll subsystem.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
IEDS is a collection of several IDMS applications and databases executing under an IDMS Central Version and consisted of various online sub systems including Payroll and Pension Benefits.

ROLE DESCRIPTION
Mr. Lyon was the Database Analyst assigned to the payroll sub-system and his responsibilities included analysis and definition of application data, data modeling and physical database design, database navigation strategies, the development of database load programs, database support.

TECHNICAL ENVIRONMENT
MVS 390; JCL; MVS Utilities; TSO; ISPF/PDF; CICS; IDMS-DB; IDMS-DC; IDMS-CV; IDD; OLQ; Culprit

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