• CRTPGM VS CRTSRCPGM

    Hi I just wanted to know the differences betweent the below 2 scenarios: Scenario1: ------------ Create modules of rpgle codes mycode1 and mycode2 and then combine them using CRTPGM command. Scenario 2: ------------- Create modules of rpgle codes mycode1 and mycode2 and then create service program...

    VivekSharma120 pointsBadges:
  • Soon you can redeem knowledge points for Amazon.com gift cards

    Yes we are coming up knowledge points and will be announcing the ability to redeem all the points you have earned thru december this year for amazon.com gift cards. Next week we will be sending out an email with all the details but it should be fun to see who ends up asking and answering to beef up...

    ITKE346,030 pointsBadges:
  • CPF5423 in ISDB debugging service job

    when debugging a COBOL service job, I sometimes get CPF5423 in the debugging session.  I am using Client Access Version 6.0 20091022 S.  This has happened with at least 2 versions of Client Access and at least 2 OS releases.  It only happens if I hit the F5 key before the debug source screen...

    DaveInReddick20 pointsBadges:
  • File transfer

    I would like to get the AS400 data into text file with no spaces between the fileds. Is there any way to do that?

    vibgyor280 pointsBadges:
  • DB2/400 basics

    How will I find out total number of records in a DB file without causing any I/O operation?  Also How will I detect the existence of a record in a DB file without causing any I/O operation?  I think I can use INFDS and the field *RECORD but not sure how this works. Thanks, Nutan

    Nutangujar895 pointsBadges:
  • How to get the file name in RPG when file error/exception occured

    My program processes bulk of file updates, and I'm trying to figure out the file name that was failed in processing. However the limitation for INFDS is, we cannot use the same DS name for all the files declared in a program. And it's hectic to declare unique DS for each INFDS. Is there any...

    Kar425 pointsBadges:
  • Determine who’s running the job

    Hi All, I would like to know how can we trace who run the program (person/job/program) running under batch. My question may seem confusing but, I would like to trace who runs a program, what time it was executed and what triggers this. What I can only see is that this job is running under batch. I...

    iNewbie215 pointsBadges:
  • Initial library

    Hi, I would like to create a profile that have 4 initial libraries. How can this be done without changing global system values? or Job descriptions? Thank you

    iNewbie215 pointsBadges:
  • iseries Access for Windows version 5.7; Print Screen Problem

    Print screen function not working...only prints dots where characters should be. Printer is an HP 8500A. Uninstalled printer from pc and reloaded. Have checked and double checked Printer Setup and Page Setup in Access and all lokks okay but no change. Have setup printer as using Widows Default...

    Cowboyup5 pointsBadges:
  • Retrieving Subfile Size in RPGLE

    Hi Is there any way for us to retrieve subfile size in RPGLE code instead of hard coding it by seeing from the display file. -Vivek

    VivekSharma120 pointsBadges:
  • PTF FTP in Batch

    How to Submit a PTF download through FTP in batch mode.Do we have any way of sumitting one or bundle of PTF images in this way? Please help me ,if you have a way to do this.

    qmaster1,675 pointsBadges:
  • As400 Daily Backup Error

    Hi, From long time i am facing issue with daily backup using BRMS in multiple lpars.The daily saves are completing with error .I am in search of a permanent solution for this.Our OS level is V6R1. " Message ID . . . . . . . . : CPF377F       Severity . . . . . . . : 60        ...

    Subhro50 pointsBadges:
  • How to know which program uses a particular module?

    Consider I have a module, and I have made some change to the module, (not a parameter change, but just a logic change). Now I have to update all the programs which uses this module. Without the help of any external tools or APIs is there any AS400 command similar to DSPPGMREF which will let me know...

    RamvishakRamesh2,505 pointsBadges:
  • RCLSTG MCH4429

    I need to run RCLSTG *DBXREF, but receive MCH4429 which ends the job abnormally. I have run RCLSTG before with no issues. Can anyone tell me why this may be happening and how to fix it? The system is V5R3M5

    anncyb80 pointsBadges:
  • Logical file update during FTP

    When are the associated logical files updated when a physical file is receiving data via FTP?

    Chandlerbing81840 pointsBadges:
  • Service program can be deleted after having a reference to the Service program?

    I have a program which refer to a service program, now if the service program gets deleted,any impact? I know a module obj can be deleted after we create a program from that module as it is bind by copy. But since the service program is a bind by reference, will that delete cause any impact?

    RamvishakRamesh2,505 pointsBadges:
  • Difference between RPG400 & RPGLE?

    What is the difference between RPG400 & RPGILE?

    Titan5 pointsBadges:
  • Library list in Batch job

    How can we set up a library list for a batch job?

    RamvishakRamesh2,505 pointsBadges:
  • connecting inforprint 6500 to AS/400

    Please how do i connect an ibm inforprinter 6500 to a as/400 v5r3

    megatommy10 pointsBadges:
  • Working with job queue

    Hi How can I find out in which job queue my program is submitted and how can I hold/kill the program in that job queue.

    VivekSharma120 pointsBadges:

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