• COBOL/400 interview questions

    Can anyone share me COBOL/400 Interview questions Document??

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  • Opening a physical/member file on a Windows Systems

    I am trying to open a file on my 400 on a Windows XP machine. I have mapped a drive to the file using Netserver and can navigate to the file fine. However, when I try to open in on a Windows PC, I get 'invalid function'. I tried turing on the auto convert in the Iseries Navigator, but this does not...

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  • Transfer / Copy OS/2 files with Extended data attributes to iSeries

    We have 1,000's of files that were originally created in OS/2. These files were created (OCR) from an image file so we could do text searches on them. OS/2 created these files with Extended Data attributes. We now need to copy these OS/2 files from an XP workstation to an iSeries networked drive....

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  • How use CPYTOPCD to record 240 long

    I have tried to create a file where every record is 240 characters long. Every record should be filled with spaces if the record is shorter than 240 char. In my program I use CPYTOPCD option TRNFMT(*NOTEXT) but the record is cut on 132 characters.Please, anybody could help me to solve this?

    Xaviers5 pointsBadges:
  • CA and CF keywords

    Whats the exact diff between CA and CF keywords, and how the system handles the difference between them? If possible please explain it with an example.

    Kar425 pointsBadges:
  • Purpose of the Navigation Pane

    What is the Purpose of the Navigation Pane

    Rolson15 pointsBadges:
  • Limiting WRKMSGQ from WRKWTR

    We have some remote non technical users use the CL command WRKWTR and op 7 to restart printers. Inside that option the user can select F16=Remove all except unanswered. Sometimes they do this and it makes problem resolution somewhat difficult. Any advice on restricting the F16 option or any other...

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  • Client Access truncating blanks

    I have some files that I have transfered from a AS400 with client access and it is truncating the blanks at the end. How can I not have this done.I need the blanks to stay there.

    deputy825 pointsBadges:
  • How can you pass the parameter to the pf in RPG/400?

    How can you pass the parameter to the pf?(using function key 4)

    Girilabs130 pointsBadges:
  • Maping AS/400 shared folders in windows Xp

    Hi, I am unable to explore the AS/400 shared folders on the PC having Windows XP Sp2, but printers are visible. There is no issue as such on OS windows 95/98. Can any one help me in this regard... Thanks satish

    4561230 pointsBadges:
  • using QDBRTVFD to find SQL view create statement

    Hello all. Just wanted to know if anyone out there knows how to use QDBRTVFD to retrieve the SQL view create statement. For our update process, I am scanning the customer's libraries to find buisiness views. When I find them, I want to extract the SQL view create statement (like in DSPFD) and place...

    Jley6180 pointsBadges:
  • what is the object type of srcpf,pf,lf? (RPG/400)

    what is the object type of srcpf,pf,lf?

    Girilabs130 pointsBadges:
  • RCVJRNE command impact

    Hi, I am using five different programs to monitor the changes and catch them through RCVJRNE command using EXITPGM . There are lot of other files attached to the same journal. By using the RCVJRNE command on only 1 or 2 file will have any imapct on other files? What is the impact on the performance...

    rajsubhyd105 pointsBadges:
  • Change Text Description of All the AS/400 User Profiles (roughly around 1000) in the system.

    Hi, We are in the process of making a slight change in the Text Description of All the User Profiles in the system. The figure of All the user profiles in the system roughly goes to 1000. Changing the Text Description of a single user, one-by-one will be a lot tedious. Request you all to let us...

    Haaiderali215 pointsBadges:
  • RPGLE Convert negative number into decimal

    Input field (CHGAMT) is defined as 17S 2 but has a negative value     (-14.00)  viewed as '0000000000000140}' I have to first move this value into a character field and get it into a decimal format again (17S 2) so I can use the value to compare to another field defined the same way. ...

    Pt0505145 pointsBadges:
  • The most-watched IT questions this week: Nov. 24, 2009

    Here are the 10 most watched questions on ITKE: There’s some great discussion going on. Go answer a question now! 1. Cluster drives moving windows server 2003 r2 32 bit was asked by a reader and answered by Mrdenny. 2. Migrating to virtualized environment purely to retain support for legacy...

    Michael Morisy8,613 pointsBadges:
  • Activation Groups

    I am changing some CL programs and COBOL/400 programs to ILE and ran into problems with OPNQRYF. I think it is due to the fact that the default activation groups when compiling these 2 different types of programs are different, so the results of OPNQRYF are not available to COBOL program. Can I...

    Kjjlori0 pointsBadges:
  • Robot – Change object security of fle REPPF in RBTREPLIB library

    I am planning to read file REPPF from RBTREPLIB library from a program. The security of this object is setup as the following: User Object Authority *PUBLIC *EXCLUDE RBTUSER *ALL Because the way the security is setup, the program only will work for those users that complies with this security. Can...

    MayraPR5 pointsBadges:
  • numeric field check

    i have a file that has a numeric field that is being cleared early in a program if certain conditions are meet as the file is being made...i need to check later before that file is printed to see if those conditions have changed....the numeric field is the key....it's not having zeros put in...

    Cowboypgmr0 pointsBadges:
  • Monitoring program usage

    Looking for a way to monitor certain command (strsql, upddta, etc) I need to know the user that ran the command and time/date, the file they were accessing would be nice

    RPGCRAZY30 pointsBadges:

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