• V5R4M5 SLIP upgrade problem

    Our VAR suggested that we apply the V5R4M5 upgrade. Durring the SLIP install I received a request for the next CD. We only received the oneCD "I_BASE_01". This caused the IPL to show error B6000414. Anybody know if there is supposed to be a CD #2 or what else is causing this problem

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  • embedded sql performance over large files

    We have many applications using embedded sql statements. We are discovering that as the files grow larger the performance diminshes significantly. We have tried using dbmon to ensure indices are not being built on the fly. There are either indices or logicals for all keyed access sequences. Any...

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  • Retriveing massage from submited job in CLP

    I have CLP and a cobol program. CL program calls the cobol program in Batch mode by doing SBMJOB. The cobol program processing 1000 records from a database file. If it founds errorneous record in the time of processing, then it stops processing with a system generated error massage and control go...

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  • Email message sent is printing 2 pages

    I have written a process where a salesrep remotely orders a special item that we don't normally carry and it signals the buyer to order it.  When the item is ordered the system emails the salesrep. I use SNDDST with *LMSG with a short note stating the item has been ordered with item, vendor,...

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  • InfoPrint Server Mapping question

    We are evaluating Info Print server and trying to use the mapping program to send emails. We are receiving error message PQT3611 Stream File not found for user. Has anyone experienced this issue?

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  • MIMIX – CPU utilization

    Hello All, We are using 2 i5 550 machines, one for Production and the other for Backup. MIMIX (Online replication software from Lakeview) is used to replicate data between the two machines. We have noticed that MIMIX is slowing down performance on the Production machine by almost 20%. We tried...

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  • Necessity of a multi-member PF in COBOL

    How do we read a multimember PF in cobol ?How does it differ from a regular PF ?

    Supriyob2165 pointsBadges:
  • Meaning of USER MOD FLAG generated in RTVCLSRC

    The source generated from the RTVCLSRC command has some header comments which give some information about the CL program.  One comments has; "User mod flag  . . . . . . . . . . . . . :   *YES" .  I can't determine what this means or refers to.  Any ideas?              

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  • printer problems we have a dell 5100cn but we can not print through our AS400

    we have a dell 5100cn but we can not print through our AS400 it stops the writer and gives error message every time can anyone help with this please

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  • Mapping a drive from QNTC

    I have to have a drive from a Windows server permanently mapped to my ISerie for batch FTP purposes. When I issued the command MKDIR QNTC/servername, it worked fine. The problem is that at IPL time, the link is broken, What's the best way to keep the connection with the Windows server? Should...

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  • %diff and data structures

    I have dates that come into my program as cn yy mm dd. I put these pieces in a ISO data structure to do some calcs. I want to find how many months transpired between to dates using the %diff. Can I do this with the dates being in a data structure? My program is telling me my parameters are invalid....

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  • Viewing the list of libraries in *SYSVAL

    Sudarshan wrote in with this question recently: "How can I see the list of libraries in *SYSVAL?" -- Deb Tart, associate editor

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  • User Auditing/Journaling

    I'm new to security on the AS/400 (730). We need to have a record of what program a user calls through our ERP system or what objects are changed and who changed them. I've read some on journaling but not sure if that will work for what we need. Suggestions? Thanks Mark

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  • Reading a File of unknown name, format, etc.

    I need advice on reading a data file in RPG where I will only know the file name, the file format, etc. at run time. I would like to use an API or something to read the file into a buffer; I could then use the QUSLFLD API to get field definitions and parse the fields as required. I am not...

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  • TAB in Physical File-2

    If I have a file which is created with no DDS (only Record length), how can I insert a tab in this field when I write record into the file using RPG?

    Kalice0 pointsBadges:
  • TAB in Physical File

    If I have a file which is created with no DDS (only Record length), how can I insert a tab in this field when I write record into the file using RPG?

    Kalice0 pointsBadges:
  • Display files – DDS Keyword USRDSPMGT

    Does anyone use this DDS keyword in their display files?

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  • Printing to an HP printer (or any sheet printer)

    I have a printer file which needs to treat an 8 1/2 by 11 sheet of paper as 11 seperate 1 inch forms. Even thought I have defined the forms length as 1 inch, when I skip to top of page, the printer ejects a new sheet of paper. Any Ideas?

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  • Getting RUNSQL custom to return a value to a CL Variable

    Hi All, We created a standard version of the RUNSQL command to allow us to exectue SQL statements in CL programs. What I want is to run a select statement over a file for a specific key value and have it return the selected field(s) to locally declared CL Variables so I can use these values for...

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  • Is therea tool or a way to export CSV ot text files?

    We are trying to create a local backup of the one of our library before it's decommissioned.Do you know of any tool/way to export all the data as csv or text files ? The data will be migrated to a Unix platform. Thanks

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