• SQLRPGLE with dynamic query

    I have employee1 table with field student_id,name,marks and table with field name, suppose NEHA is present in name field, I have a table with name NEHA. In name table marks,id and subject field is there. I want to fetch subject from name table(neha) where marks >10. I need to write SQLRPGLE...

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  • File system block size vs disk block size

    Take that my file system block size is 4k, and my disk block size (physical sector size) is 4k. What happens if my increase file system block size to 64k? Is file system block size actually I/O block size, or is it something else? And what is kernel block size? How does it all impact my reading and...

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  • Can I access data queues from Java application running on iSeries WAS?

    Hello, We have started exploring Web Services developed using RDI and deploying onto iSeries WAS. Does this application run in Server job running under subsystem QWAS**? If the application generated in RDi using PCML, how this WAS Job calls COBOL/RPG? Will it send request to QZRCSRVS job or any...

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  • Is IBM AS/400 not growing anymore (at all)?

    Did IBM let the AS/400 die? Do you think that CIOs and IT managers that are in charge of an AS/400 system would modernize it? Or for those companies trying to acquire a new  IT system, would they consider implementing a brand new AS/400 for their new system?

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  • Update and write sample RPGLE program

    Hi all, I have two physical files pf1 and pf2 with three field student_id,name,marks. I want to Move the records from PF1 to PF2. If the Student_ID already exists in PF2 just update the record else write a new record in PF2.where student_id is key field in both physical file. Could anyone provide a...

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  • How to find out Locks on the files while job has been finished through ROBOT

    I have a job which is running in robot. It has been failed due to number of locks on 2 files. How can I find out what job or user had these files locked?

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  • AS/400 vs. SAP

    Hi all , I am a fresher in IT and currently pursuing a training on AS/400 Modules, like CL DB2, RPG400 etc, I was just looking  the prospects and after 3 months of training they are fading out, I really do want to pursue my masters degree from a good college, for which I am preparing too, but I...

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  • Connecting SPSS to AS/400 DB2

    Hi I need to connect SPSS to AS/400 DB2 in order to run queries and get data. I try to connect using iSeries Access ODBC Driver I receive the following error: "Database connection failed. The driver may not be configured properly." I tried to connect to AS/400 from ACCESS and from iSeries Navigator...

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  • Integrate MQ with DataPower

    How do I integrate MQ with DataPower?

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  • Duplicate record deletion using SQL/400

    Hi, How do I delete duplicate records using SQL/400 with SQL query please? Thanks!

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  • How To Print A Hardware Configuration List?

    Does anyone know of another command to use to print out a hardware configuration list for the AS/400. I have already used the following command: DSPHDWRSC TYPE(*AHW) OUTPUT(*PRINT) Is there anything else that can be used?

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  • Difference between READE and CHAIN

    Hi, What is difference between CHAIN and READE both reads equal key record? Looping possible do while in both so that both will filter equivalent key records but what is main difference then? Thanks!

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  • Signature violation error in service program

    Hi, What is signature violation error in service program and how to avoid it can someone please explain it with example? Thanks!

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  • Native save faster or BRMS save?

    Is a native save faster or a BRMS save?

    SudarshanK5 pointsBadges:
  • Shift technology from AS/400 to big data

    Hi Group, I have been working on AS/400 platform for the past 9 years. As the jobs on AS/400 are getting obsolete, I want to learn Bigdata. I am also interested in this new technology, but am not sure whether to go for it. Could anyone tell this how this course would help me? Regards, M

    mvrkrishna560 pointsBadges:
  • Print to Zebra 170xi4 from AS/400

    Trying to setup a Zebra 170xi4 300dpi on an AS/400 with a rmtoutq with Model type: *WSCST Library: TLABARCODE What driver do I use?

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  • Help converting AS/400 to Sage

    I have taken over a position that the previous guy retired. The company uses AS/400 for the inventory system, but is in the process of converting to SAGE. The issue is the inventory that is in AS/400 is still being used while in operation. Is there a way to move the inventory to SAGE without having...

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  • Voltage and wattage for IBM 6400

    What is the voltage, wattage and ampers for the IBM 6400?

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  • Exclude libraries for AS/400 user profile

    How to exclude all other libraries except test libraries for AS/400 user profile?

    cwilkersonmdiworldwide25 pointsBadges:
  • RUNSQLSTM command failed

    I have created one member with SQL table type under which I have written create table query. But when I tried to compile program using RUNSQLSTM, it's showing RUNSQLSTM command failed. I am using pub1 demo server.

    nabamita55 pointsBadges:

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