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  • copying objects from directory

    how to copy objects from a directory to another directory in as400, 

    Rajasekhar151,395 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 transactions

    If iam in the mid of transaction of some sqlcodes if suddenly server is shut downed due to power down or sumthing what will happen. (Transaction will be committed or Transaction will be rollbacked or status ‘COMMIT PENDING’, or transaction wil stop)

    NicyChn75 pointsBadges:
  • oms400&ods400

    how can test oms400&ods400 on as400?

    Shadi7920 pointsBadges:
  • Problem with AS/400 data transfer to Excel

    I have been downloading AS400 query files to Excel spreadsheets for many years using the Data Transfer utility in Client Access. There has never been any problem. Now suddenly all of the output data has started transferring to Excel as long hexadecimal strings and is unusable. I asked the IT folks...

    JDK55 pointsBadges:
  • Defining AS/400 Data Areas

    I need to access a numeric data area. I do not know at program exection time the library of the data area. This is defined within the program.

    Kreed1015 pointsBadges:
  • AS400 Flat file data comparison on Window based third party tool like Examdiff Pro

    My system gets data in flat file for booking.Once the booking is completed , customer sends some corrections data in other flat file. I have to compare both flat files data in window based comparison tool like EXamdiff Pro . if sent correction notes is ok, then update the physical files.  example...

    Kapiltiwari350 pointsBadges:
  • AS400 Logical files

    I have added a data member to the physical file. But the in logical file it is not accessing the newly added data member. Could any one help me, what should i need to do to access the new data member data through logical file without compiling the logical file?

    Tesxt5 pointsBadges:
  • How do I retrieve data from an AS/400 journaled file?

    I need to retrieve the after data from a file that was hournaled and I am not sure how to do that.

    AS400X35 pointsBadges:
  • Transfer data file ‘PF’ from AS/400 to AIX

    I want to transfer data file 'PF' from AS/400 to AIX server,but i want to change the file type to UTF-8. please advice me how to do this. thanks

    mohammadhirbawi15 pointsBadges:
  • AS400 – Data Structure

    I have declared one Data Structure in RPGLE Program with length 5000. I wanted see Value of Entire Data Structure While Debugging the Program. Can you help me to see Entire Length of DS.

    rajeshece1,215 pointsBadges:
  • Why am I having such a problem copying a file.

    Trying to copy a smaller file 89 bytes and one field less file to a 96 byte file that has one more field. Trying Cpyf weblibl/wcur test01/wcur mbropt(*replace) fmtopt(*map *dr op) Get a return message of 29767 records copied but receiving file is empty. Where did they the records goto?

    nitzinger385 pointsBadges:
  • Data Extaction and Cleansing as/400

    What is the best way to extract and clean data from AS/400 dbase?  We are planning to replace legacy systems with an integrated package that may have a different dbase.  Is there a good product / service?

    Dataextract15 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 Dataset

    What's the purpose of dataset in AS/400?

    Cobol4005 pointsBadges:
  • Routing Data in as/400

    From far many days i have a question to post here.what is Routing data and what is Class in AS/400.Interviewer aimed me to answer this. Any answer will help me a lot. Thanks In Advance to all -Qmaster.

    qmaster1,675 pointsBadges:
  • Maximum number of records that can be stored

    What is the Maximum number of records that can be stored on an as400 data file.

    JohnsonMumbai1,160 pointsBadges:
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