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  • RPG: Differences in EVAL

    I have failed to find the difference between ELAV(R), EVAL(M) and EVAL(H). Please help me to find the difference with one example.

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  • How far have I come in RPG?

    Hi, This is my first post, but I have been reading this site for a while now. I have a strange question that maybe somebody on here can give me an answer on? I know there are many very experienced programmers on here! My question is that i have been working in my current role as an RPG programmer...

    Sxlad200130 pointsBadges:
  • Will level check error occur or not?

    Hi all, Please tell me How can we prevent level check error before occurring dump? Suppose we have have a PGM 'a' and a file 'pf1'. I just want to be assure that level check error will occur or not. Regards

    Ambrish 82310 pointsBadges:
  • Level check error when I run the CL

    I currently have a DSPF & a CL that work. I added a field to the DSPF and added logic to the CL to use the new field. Both compiled successfully (DSPF and then CL). When I run the CL, I am getting a CPF4131 (level check). The CL is pointing to the correct DSPF. I've never had this happen...

    RayM265 pointsBadges:
  • How to configure two Cisco 2600 routers

    Hi, we have two Cisco 2600 routers, one deployed in our main office and the other in our remote site. We also have two DSL connections. We have our Exchange server in main office. Q1. How to configure the two router to use the 2 DSL connections that we have? Q2. How to route our exchange server to...

    Killerj5 pointsBadges:
  • Configure and deploy network with Cisco 2600 router

    I've tried configuring a router for a network with 98 hosts. I'm using Network Visualiser 4.0 by Routersim. But I'm not getting it done at all. Is there any other means, methods, techniques in configuring routers for such office building network. Or any suggestions on how to configure and deploy...

    LESHTEK5 pointsBadges:
  • Read records without declaring file in F-spec

    Is it possible to read records without declaring file in F-spec?

    shyedajmal285 pointsBadges:
  • Uploading records in a text file

    Hi.. I have PF with this format Ex: PF1 R REC FLD1 FLD2 For the above PF1 file I have records in a text file. For that I need to upload the records without using iSeries navigator and FTP also. Can anyone guide me? Regards, Ajmal khan.

    shyedajmal285 pointsBadges:
  • Not able to access shared folder using Windows XP

    Hi, I'm not able to access shared folders on the network. I am able to ping the machines but not access it. I get no error message. I have started all the appropriate services but still no difference. Others are able to access my machine. Using Windows XP. Please advice. Thanks in advance.

    Clarissapfernandes10 pointsBadges:
  • Shared folders in XP are not opening

    Not able to access shared folder in XP. When I try to open net work computer, it is opening but shared folders are not opening?

    prasanthpdl5 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400: Run jobs

    How to view the all run jobs in our userprofile?

    kennedy2802130 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400: Fetch data from file

    I need to fetch the data from a file and write into another file. What is the best way to do that? I have an SQL query which has a number of conditions. I need to put this SQL query into a program.

    ravula700 pointsBadges:
  • Knowledge about LPAR

    Can anyone refer me a book which gives some deep knowledge about LPAR, why it is done and how it is done.

    Vinay40055 pointsBadges:
  • LPAR on AS/400

    Can anybody tell be what is LPAR on AS/400 and its use please?

    ten20081,150 pointsBadges:
  • Spool file to PDF file without new software

    Is there a way to convert a spool file in a PDF file without using any new software or coding? Thanks!

    T115 pointsBadges:
  • Convert spool file to PDF file

    How do I convert a spool file sitting on the 400 to a PDF file?

    Dld15 pointsBadges:
  • What most drew your interest at the Red Hat Summit?

    Open-source experts descended on Boston last week for the annual Red Hat Summit. They were not disappointed as the company provided insights on several topics including: Open source development, emerging cloud trends and cloud security. What most drew your interest at the Red Hat Summit?

    Michael Tidmarsh31,855 pointsBadges:
  • Have the NSA revelations caused your company to rethink its policies?

    The recent revelation that the NSA collects massive amounts of user data from various technology companies has caused many IT pros to re-evaluate their user policies and data privacy tactics.  Lessons learned from the NSA incursions include changing policies to make their systems and data less...

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • What entices you more: Dell’s integration plans or its new technology advances?

    During last week's Dell Enterprise Forum, many customers said they were more interested in the company's integration plans than in new technology advances (including its all-flash Compellent arrays and the upcoming Fluid Cache for SAN flash-caching product). Do you agree? What entices you more:...

    Michael Tidmarsh31,855 pointsBadges:
  • Which would you chose? Open Source Cloud Services or a Proprietary Platform?

    While some cloud providers like the idea of building their cloud services on open source software, others prefer the full feature set and integration that a proprietary platform delivers, as well as the comfort of a service-level agreement, or SLA. If you were charged with leading your company into...

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:

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