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  • AS/400 exit points

    How to edit/create exit points.

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  • Exit Points

    Anyone know of a good book that shows/explains exit points?  I want to program and implement some exit points. I know there is a bunch online examples. I'm still that book kind of guy.   Plus anyone have a link to all the exit points that can be created? Thanks Ron

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  • iSeries Exit Point for ALL file member changes

    I'm looking for an exit point that lets me capture changes to files (not the data in the files).  I want to know when the following occur, regardless of the source of the change (ODBC / FTP / Cmd /CL / SEU / PDM / Navigator / SQL / ...) member added / renamed / deleted / changed file itself is...

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  • AS/400 EXIT POINT

    Hi , Has anyone worked on exit point  PGM  . I trying to write one  small PGM for allowing ODBC connectivty to my Box from specific Ip address and Userid  . When i do WRKREGINF i can see lot of exit point dont know which is used for ODBC connectivity  . . Any inputs are welcome  . Thanks ,...

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  • Anyone know where to find manuals or redbooks of ‘Exit Points’ on the iSeries

    Anyone know where to find manuals or redbooks of 'Exit Points' on the iSeries Thanks

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  • How is the program data area used in an exit point

    When using WRKREGINF, you can register an exit point for a user written program. When defining the exit point, there is a program data area that you can use. How is the program data area used? Can you pass parameters to your exit program via the program data area?

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