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  • Creating CSV file from AS/400 fixed length physical file

    We are having a requirement that we need to create an interface file with different sections as follows. File Header, Data Header, Data Details and Footer. Each record is of variable length. But the information should follow the same format such as File Header should be first record then followed...

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  • Barcode printing on OKI 320 Turbo

    Trying to print barcode (CODE 128) on a packing list which prints on an OKI 320 Turbo.  ERP is PRMS on an AS/400.  I received character codes from OKI but I don't understand where the character codes go and how to code them. Is it in the external PRTF? Thanks

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  • What’s the best way to create flat file database structures?

    Would anybody be able to share some of the best ways / practices for creating flat file database structures in PHP? From what my partner and I have learned, these frameworks are more of ways to implement SQL-like query syntax. We were also told SQLite is the way to go here. Is that true? Thanks so...

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  • Upgrade FoC to Windows 7

    I have transferred the GoldMine database from an XP laptop to a new laptop running Windows 7. Can I upgrade FoC to GoldMine 6.7 on Windows 7? If so, where do I find the link please? - John

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  • QSH won’t write in batch

    This is the code this was written by Avi HECHT and I got it from here: AddEnvVar EnvVar(TM) Value(&RECORD) Replace(*YES) ChgVar Var(&DATA) Value('ECHO $TM >>' *BCAT + '/QSYS.LIB/' *TCAT &LIB *TCAT '.LIB/' + *TCAT &FILE *TCAT '.FILE/' *TCAT &MEMBER + *TCAT '.MBR') StrQsh...

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  • echo in qsh

    I'm getting strange results from the echo command in qsh. When I run qsh interactivly, I can pipe the output of the echo command to a file (of the "Yes, you can print to a file in CL" fame). I can echo as many lines as I want to while interactive. When I try to run the same echo command in a CL, I...

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  • Deleting and creating databases in Neo4j

    Would it be possible to delete / create several databases in Neo4j (like MySQL)? If I can't do that, would I be able to delete all the nodes / relationships of an existing graph so I can get a clean setup for testing? Thanks so much.

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  • Room calendars permssions using Exchange 2013

    Hello I am running Exchange 2013 and Outlook 2010 and 2013. In 2010 I have no issues. I have dedicated 3 room admins and they get all the requests for my rooms booking. In Outlook 2013 error messages pops up when anyone tries to book room saying "you dont have permissions" Please help.

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  • Major differences between i5 vs i7

    I wanted to ask if there is a major difference between the i5 and i7. If there is a major difference then tell me what the differences are and which one should I prefer when buying a laptop. I also want to know which processor is preferred for which tasks. Dealing with Haswell here

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  • Finding number of records in a file, without reading the file in CL programming

    Hi, I have an Task to do the program in CL, to find number of records in a file, but I should not read that file. Can you please tell me how to proceed?

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  • EBCDIC to ASCII conversions on Linux

    Hi, Please tell me any tools available in the market whether (paid/free) to convert EBCDIC format files to ASCII format files. Some what urgent.

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  • How to store images in a MongoDB database

    Would it possible to store images in a MongoDB database rather than just text? Should I create an array of images in the database? If that's possible, can I do the same for videos?

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  • Are there any tools available to recover a corrupted PowerPoint file?

    My wife had spent about a week putting one together and (luckily) when done presenting she wanted to save it and MOVED (not copied) it to a key drive (big mistake to trust the move). When she got home the file was corrupted and she cannot open it. Anyone know any possibilities to recover this?...

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  • Importing a web page to a database

    How we can import a web page (the full content of the web page) into the particular database? That means you create your own search engine and storing the web page in to the created search engine database.

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  • How does metadata work?

    Does anyone know how metadata works?

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  • How does a non governmental organization raise funds

    How does the NGO raise funds?

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  • Receive date as parameter in an RPGLE program

    Hi all, I want to receive date as parameter in an RPGLE program, there is no option to mention data type in parameter list. How do I do that? Regards.

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  • Configure routing between two VLANs

    How can I configure routing between two VLANs in a switch?

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  • Convert XML to DB2 file

    We still use the command to convert DB2 file to XML (RUNXML) and need a verse option to convert an XML document to a database file.

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  • Having a file with multiple members in it

    Hi, I have a file with multiple member in it. In CL, I'm saying to ovrdbf mbr(*all). I want an logic to find when the first member got finish reading. And also when the member is reading, I want to find when that particular member got completed.

    srivijay1145 pointsBadges:

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