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  • Compare & Contrast Windows and Linux OS Schemas

    Hi all, I am taking an Introduction to UNIX class and this week we are to compare and contrast the Windows and Linux OS schemas. My question is: what is the schema of an OS? Is it as simple as the directory structure of the installed OS? Our text book has been pretty useless as it is a guide to...

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  • I still can’t see the yahoo mail site?

    Hi, Some of my users can't see the Yahoo's mail site! When they click MAIL or type the Yahoo mail page address in address bar it says: The page can't be found! Of course I heard of other people that try this from their home and they have problem too!? Could you please help me? Thank you. -----...

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  • VER_DESCRIPTION

    When I boot up, the pop-up says "ver_descripton" not working Is this serious?

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  • Speaker Volume

    I have a deaktop computer with Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2, we have installed the speakers installed and are not working. Recently we have formatted our computer and sound is coming from speakers. Device manager shows all the sound, video and game controllers installed in it.

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  • about sound driver

    my computer work properly but sound does not come... how could i hear sound ?

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  • CWBAD1003

    I am getting CWBAD1003 - I need help

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  • Can you update physical file through OPNQRYF?

    Can we update physical file through OPNQRYF command in clle (AS400)?Is it possible? OPNQRYF FILE((lib/pf)) OPTION(*UPD) QRYSLT('CDE + *EQ 101 ') KEYFLD((CDE))

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  • Difference between two OVRDBF approaches

    What is the difference between the below two approaches? OVRDBF FILE(FILE1) SHARE(*YES) SEQONLY(*YES) OPNQRYF (SOME CONDITION) CALL PGM1 DLTOVR FILE(FILE1) CLOF OPNID(FILE1) OVRDBF FILE(FILE1) SHARE(*YES) SEQONLY(*YES) OPNQRYF (SOME CONDITION) CALL PGM1 CLOF OPNID(FILE1) DLTOVR FILE(FILE1)

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  • Access a OPNQRYF file using keys

    Is it possible to access a file created by opnqryf in an RPG/400 program using keys? I have defined the KEYFLD parameter but the RPG doesn't find the records when using READE or CHAIN.

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  • OPNQRYF problem CPF9899

    DCLF FILE(LIBRARY/DISPLAY) START: SNDRCVF RCDFMT(REC) WAIT(*YES) IF COND(&IN03 *EQ '1') THEN(DO) GOTO CMDLBL(END) ENDDO IF COND(&ENQQUA1 *EQ ' ') THEN(DO) GOTO CMDLBL(START) ENDDO IF COND(&ENQQUA1 *NE *BLANKS) THEN(DO) OPNQRYF FILE((SARKNS/ENQP002)) OPTION(*ALL) + QRYSLT('&ENQQUA...

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  • WRKQRY query

    Hi, I have a CL program which uses WRKQRY to generate a report out of it. Now I have a requirement to change a field which holds Quantity and I want to divide this by 10 to the power of another field say DecFld. ie if Quantity is 359686 and DecFld is 2, I want 359686/10**2 = 3596.86 . Is it...

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  • OPNQRYF query not working to filter pfdiv records

    I have 4-fileds on Display File like frdiv(zoned),todiv(zoned),frpr(char),topr(char). All the fields are of size 2 only. I am using a "OPNQRYF" to filter the records from a Physical file (pfdiv), it contains 1,25,000 records . Through this openqryf all the selected records I will copy to a file...

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  • OPNQRYF error in QRYSLT

    PGM DCLF FILE(LIBRARY/DISPLAY) START: SNDRCVF RCDFMT(REC) WAIT(*YES) IF COND(&IN03 *EQ '1') THEN(DO) GOTO CMDLBL(END) ENDDO IF COND(&ENQQUA1 *EQ ' ') THEN(DO) GOTO CMDLBL(START) ENDDO IF COND(&ENQQUA1 *NE *BLANKS) THEN(DO) OPNQRYF FILE((SARKNS/ENQP002)) OPTION(*ALL) +...

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  • How to toggle between two columns in a subfile

    I want to toggle between two columns in a subfile...I'm using following code to condition the fields...however when i display subfile none of the fields are displayed...is there anything else i need to take care of?A #PROCP 8A O 6 22 A 15 DSPATR(ND) A #ORDERP 8A O 6 22 A N15 DSPATR(ND) ---------- C...

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  • How to remain on same page on Load All Subfile

    I am using Load All Subfile. I used Page Down key and went to 2nd page then on 2nd Page I pressed ENTER Key, then it went back to the first page of subfile. I am using COBOL program to write the subfile. Can anybody tell me how to remain on the same page after pressing ENTER key on Load All...

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  • Single Page Subfile code

    Hi i have started learning Subfile and i've written a Load All Subfile code to display all the records in a PF. Iit is working fine.But I want to know what else should i include in this code to make it accodring to coding standard. Also i need help in writing the single page Subfile program.So what...

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  • Display only subfile record format

    I am using load all subfile...in that first it will display all records. My question is when i give any condition it has to display empty subfile ie.only subfile record format? plz guide me as early as possible..

    shyedajmal285 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t open a safety video?

    No plug-in available to display this content. How do I rectify?

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  • View web pages

    How to view web pages offline in Windows 7 64-bit?

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  • My ASP.NET file not working on Amazon EC2

    Hello, I developed a functionality in ASP.NET aspx page and its working fine on my local system. I am using Windows 7 on my local system. But when I uploaded on Amazon EC2 than its not working. Please help me as I'm new to Amazon and I do not know the proper procedure of uploading file to server to...

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