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    I am trying to use the command...I have pf that I need to copy to the IFS directory pcfiles. I can ge the file copied but receive òðñð`ññ`ðñ�@@�ð÷ööôôó�ùð@@�@@�ñóöõöô÷.... Operation system is V5R4MO. Any ideas why the ebcdic to ascii is not working, If I...

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  • Lock an OUTQ

    How can you allocate an OUTQ for a user than deallocate.

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  • RPG/400 Batch Job Debugging

    I have learnt through Net that Debugging a Batch job involves 1. Submit the job with the HOLD (*YES) parameter: SBMJOB HOLD(*YES) or Hold the job queue that before submitting the job by using the HLDJOBQ command. 2. Determine the job name, user, and number of the submitted job by using the...

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  • Saving AS/400 Libraries

    We  want backup libraries which are starting with letter “A” .we have  around 100+ libraries’ and I don’t want to mention all 100+ libraries. How can I backup those libraries which start with letter ‘A’? either from BRMS OR OS/400 pls do the need ful AS/400

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  • Using a variable in the LABEL ON SQL statement

    Is it possible to use a variable in the label-string of the LABEL ON sql statement so that the variable can be changed dynamically in an SQLRPGLE program ?

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  • Advance technology next to optical libraries storing images iSeries

    We use optical libraries (IBM and PLASMON) to store image documents,pdf's, policy... . Which is the best advanced method to store these? Something like on platters, disc?? I read an article about virtual optical drives but not quite sure about it. Any help reg this

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  • Using MGET FTP command

    Does anyone know how may I get files with the same beginings as abc*.* in different directories inside of the main directory using mget. Any help would be appreciated

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  • Find missing numbers with SQL

    In a large logfile I have records containing the field INVNO (invoice-number). The lowest and highest values are easy to find, BUT it looks like some numbers in between are not there. Anyone got a trick with SQL, which can tell which numbers are missing within the numberrange (step 1) ?

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  • Exporting files via AS/400 iNavigator

    I am exporting hundreds of files daily from the inavigator to our company network. When I simply drag files over to network it changes the file to a text file. If I export the file using the inavigator it defaults to My Documents, I then need to click to the network drive, then click the...

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  • Accessing OUTQs and writers in AS/400

    I have been tasked with writing a CL to accept the following incoming parameters USER NAME, OUTQ NAME, LIBRARY NAME, & RETURN CODE.

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  • How can we read data in a DATA QUEUE without removing it from DTAQ

    Is there any way to see the data present in a DATA QUEUE without removing/disturbing the data sequence in it.

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  • How to remove the double quotes in CSV file in iSeries

    Hi The command is to remove the double quotes present in CSV file. I have used one shell command. Strqsh cmd(Sed -e 's/""//g' file name > new file name) I have to write this command in CLLE program. CHGVAR     VAR(&RPLC) VALUE('Sed' *BCAT '-e' *BCAT +                 ...

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  • How do I retrieve data from Visual Basic 6.0 with SQL?

    how can i rertieve data in vb6.0 from sql?

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  • Issue in PDF Converter in As400 for Czech Language

    I am using CVT2CMD command which I have downloaded from internet and this is for conversion of as400 spool to PDF. I am facing an issue for czech language. Please find the below font and encoding details, /Type /Font             /Subtype /Type1         /Name...

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  • Debugging Group Jobs

    Is there anybody to help me in getting the procedure for debugging a group job. Thank you for any help in advance. regards, Deepa

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  • Timestamp Data Type

    Hi I am writing an RPG400 program which is populating a file, this file has one field in it defined as a TIMESTAMP field of 26 long. How do i populate this field with RPG400, everything i have tried so far has failed. Thanks in advance for any help

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  • Journal

    How can i retrieve a record from a journal so that i can update the said record to another physical file. Because i want to retrieve the record created or updated from the journal so that i can update the other file. Thank you.

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  • Retrieve RPGLE source date

    I am trying to retrieve the source date from an RPGLE program. I'm sure that there is an API but I haven't been able to find one. The closest I came was QBNRMODI but it seems to require an actual module, not the bound program.

    Vatchy1,410 pointsBadges:
  • CL Program to vary off Network Servers (*NWS)

    Hello Can someone please help me with the following. We have an iSeries with an xSeries attached. The issue is that when we perform a scheduled IPL using the GO POWER menu, the xSeries is not being ended correctly prior to all other subsystems ending and then performing the IPL. What I am looking...

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  • QINTER will not go down due to keyboard error

    We shut down QINTER at 3:30 AM to do a quick backup. We have 5.4. When someone leaves a terminal or PC session on with a keyboard error (last night was an "invalid F key pressed") QINTER will not go down all the way! It sits there until the session is physically terminated at the device. Anyone...

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