• Reading all pfs in production lib. using cl pgm

    Dear all, I want to write a cl program under following scenario. 1. Use the command DSPFD to build a list of files existing in LIBA.(which is Prod Lib.) 2. Read the file. 3. Use Command RGZPFM to reorganize Every File that has more than 1000 deleted records Run the job and then DSPFD again to check...

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  • iSeries Default Password

    Is there a way to block or prevent user from using default password on iSeries.

    Jedlasquite360 pointsBadges:
  • Restrict File Size created by WRKQRY

    How to restrict file size created using RUNQRY ? e.g. Created the query using WRKQRY to join 2 transaction file and output type selected is databasefile. We don't have the exact primary key to relate 2 files, hence we are not sure about the no. of transaction expected from this query. Can we...

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  • Create CMD

    Hello Experts, I want to create my own CMD te override RTVNETA SYSNAME(&MYSYSTEM) Why? Because we have an net I5 and we have some old (not supported) software that needs a specific system name.  This software use RTVNETA to get the name. I want to create an CMD in an other Library (different from...

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  • CL400 parameters

    hi, i would like to know how to copy a physical file and its corresponding logical file from one library to another by and these four paramaters &filnam,&fromlib,&tolib,&status should be used ?

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  • Monitoring message CPF3390

    Hi friends, please How can I check when the message CPF3390 appears and I run the command STRPRTWTR , I have 2 CL´s : 1º              PGM                                                          CHGMSGQ   ...

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  • *INZSR

    When PGMA calls PGMB for the first time PGMB executes the *INZSR. PGMB  uses the RETRN operation to return to PGMA.   When PGMA call PGMB the    second time is the *INZSR executed? If you specify RETRN in called program, the *INZSR will not execute again. Why *INZSR will not get excuted...

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  • What is the best way of printing to two drawers within the same print job?

    I need to print client 1, page 1 from drawer 1, client 1, pages 2-10 from drawer 2 , then cilent 2, page 1 from drawer 1, client 2,pages 2-10 from drawer 2 etc. I am doing this from an ILE program with an externally defined print file. I have tried executing an override printer command to drawer 2...

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  • AS/400 users profile changed

    Can anyone provide me with information to query and produce a report that shows who was changed the user profile ?

    as400tarek105 pointsBadges:
  • AS400 COBOL one pf have one lf but key fields are different

    i have one physical file,that pf have one logical file,but pf have 4 key fields,logical file have 2 key fields,now both(pf,lf) are using in cobol/400 code   SELECT pf-file ASSIGN TO DATABASE-pf1 [Br _extended="true" />ACCESS IS dynamic[Br _extended="true" />ORGANIZATION IS INDEXED [Br...

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  • Zebra 105sl Questions

    Does the Zebra software allow you to add security protection or controlled inputs?

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  • MCH4429 error message

    I'm attempting to restrict DFU to inquiry only for specific users. I renamed STRDFU in QSYS to something else, then wrote my own STRDFU command & CLP. The CLP restricts various users as necessary. All 'qualified' users still get full blown DFU, the others get inquiry only. The problem is that I get...

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  • Free IT Book: IP Networking

    We're giving away a detailed and practical overview of TCP/IP networking in IP Networking. From the publishers: "IP Networking takes you from a broad and basic knowledge of IP addressing and routing to a solid skill level with how hosts, switches, and routers collectively deliver IP packets in...

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  • RPG internally described output (printer) file to DDS

    How do i convert an old RPG internally described output (printer) file to an externally described DDS printer file?

    ITDavid140 pointsBadges:
  • I Spec

    FPF001 IP E DISK F KINFDS INFDS1 I INFDS1 DS I B 156 1590RCDCNT I 83 92 FILNAM I 93 102 LIBRAR I 129 138 MEMBER C RCDCNT DSPLY C FILNAM DSPLY C LIBRAR DSPLY C MEMBER DSPLY C SETON LR What is the meaning of the line Second in above code please explain in detail.

    ankit2002770 pointsBadges:
  • Max size of a subfile

    wat is the max of size of sub file? what should i do if i need more than 10k.

    Rajasekhar151,395 pointsBadges:
  • Decimal Data Error in V5R4

    How can we see Decimal Data Error just by looking the code.Without compiling?(V5R4-I'm using Free Format coding)

    Pankaj112265 pointsBadges:
  • Parm Value Changed on Dynamic Call in free

    I have a prototype in my free program to call an external program. The parms on my prototype include two fields that are defined as 2S 0. The value of these two fields are 00 and 01 at the time of the call tothe prototype. Using debug, I step into the program being called and the value of these two...

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  • Typographic/proportionally spaced fonts

    I would like to use a proptionally spaced font for a column report, my first go was a mess, is there someting that I should be doing to ease the tidying up process?  Or is it a case of trial and error?

    ITDavid140 pointsBadges:
  • Using Data Queues To Monitor Output Queues

    I understand that a Data Queue is an efficient way to monitor an output queue. Using QRCVDTAQ will allow the program to "sleep" until a new spool file appears on the output queue or if a spool file in the output queue changes from HLD to RDY. However what about the RDY spool files that are already...

    rstaehle5 pointsBadges:

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