AS/400 definitions and Password Change Century

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AS/400
DDM
FTP
ODBC
Password management
AS400 is new to me and i realy need help... I have 4 questions :) 1. What is the meaning when i see '1' on the column of 'Password Change Century'? 2. How can i see if ODBC is in use in AS400 and if it is in use, how can i see relevant definitions. 3. How can i see if DDM is in use in AS400 and if it is in use, how can i see relevant definitions. 4. How can i see FTP activities/definitions in AS400.

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1.century the password was changed 2000 or 1999
3.look for the ddmf dspddmf *lib/*file
4. you need a client on your pc
and then you ftp (ipaddress of as400 can be found by dsptcpip)
user paswword
if this is software you need to use binary
and odbc on 400 is alwase there but need to be activated oc clien
down load from cd of clien access to your pc

The Password Change Century is the Century portion of the date. It has 2 possible values:
0 = 20th Century (1900 – 1999)
1 = 21st Century (2000 – 2999)

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  • SBatSI
    3. In iSeries Navigator, drill down to <system name or IP> / Network / Servers / TCP/IP. In the right pane you should now see a list of all installed TCP/IP servers (like DDM) and their current run statuses. Right click on a specific server and select Properties to see the current server settings. 4. Use the same procedure as above to see the run status and configuration of the FTP server. All current AS/400 network activity - including FTP activity - can be viewed by entering the command netstat on an AS/400 command line. TCP/IP server statuses and configurations can also be seen by entering GO TCPADM on a command line. Hope this helps... Steve B
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