commands AS400 system

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general commands working as developer on the AS400 IBM system

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  • OldSysAdmin
    Boy that's an open ended loaded question. Way too general to be answered. GO CMDxxx with xxx being something like WRK, DSP ADD, CHG will show you many commands.
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  • TomLiotta
    general commands working as developer Commands to do what? Nowadays as a developer, you shouldn't really need anything but STRPDM, STRSQL (or maybe just RUNQRY), STRQM, WRKJOB (or DSPJOB), WRKLNK, SBMJOB and perhaps STRDBG. Most other developer commands will appear as options from those; you can learn them one at a time if you really need to know. But it greatly depends on what you'll be developing. Those will get most developers of common business apps about as far as they need 98% of the time. But if you're developing middleware or performance utilities or communications apps or HA apps or any of a number of other possibilities, there are a few thousand potential commands. You would be far better off learning the naming structure of commands. Once the structure is understood, the rest is easier. Tom
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