• AS/400 Display program error

    I guess I should have been more specific. How can I tell if a user had an interactive display program message when they do not tell you? For example, they received a CPF4131 and just put "C's" through the entire message.

    Hall20 pointsBadges:
  • Adopting open Source on i5

    There is at last a growing open Source community on i5. What measures should be taken before adopting any open source and allowing it inside the firewall?

    Yorkshireman6,085 pointsBadges:
  • Constant day field in a date

    How do we set the Day of a Date to '01' through out an RPGLE program?

    Susweta40 pointsBadges:
  • Using MS Acess SQL Passthrough To AS400 to find wholes in number sequence between to files

    Below is a SQL statement from an Ms-access pass-through query that is pulling the info from an AS400 system. The Fields marked in bold are the two table that I need help with. This query returns the same part numbers form each of the two columns of cores because there are of differ tables. I know...

    CompEng1,240 pointsBadges:
  • Secure Java Servlet

    Hi, is there any way to secure the execution of Java Servlets on Lotus Domino 7.x ? I used the Realm document and does not ask for user and password. For Databases it does. It is about Lotus Domino on iSeries machine. Thanks and best regards.

    685 pointsBadges:
  • Problem in window Subfile

    How can I call the window Subfile please help me

    Nelson01250 pointsBadges:
  • About record & object lock

    When a record will be locked and object will be locked? what is the level identifier parameter in PF?

    721115 pointsBadges:
  • cobol to xml conversion

    is there any utility which can convert my cobol files to xml format or cobol to business objects.

    Bhaskar995 pointsBadges:
  • Check Active iSeries Subsystem from Windows

    Hi, Can anybody tell me how to check if an iseries subsystem is active from a windows server. A script to do such a thing would be very help ful. thanks

    Rockleadme385 pointsBadges:
  • Get user id in CGI RPG program

    Please, kindly advise on this issue I am having. Program is coded in RPG and is a CGI module. I tried to get user-id from program data structure, but this "UserID 254 263", but it shows QTMHHTTP, because this pgr runs on HTTP server. How else can I obtain real user-id of the user who is envoking...

    Lenny2113115 pointsBadges:
  • Infoprint Mapping Object Exit Program to control name of PDF document stored on IFS

    I am looking for an Infoprint exit program that will control the name of the PDF document on the IFS. I have used the Mapping Object to create PDF documents that are stored on the IFS. The names are generated by IBM using the job name ect. to create a unique name. I would like to control the name...

    Kdbwheels180 pointsBadges:
  • HELP! InfoPrint Mapping Exit Prgm for PSFCFG to control variable name of PDF document stored on IFS

    HELP!! I am working with the PSFCFG object and I have writtten a Mapping Exit program to be used by the PSFCFG. I am having trouble getting the PSFCFG to use the Mapping Exit program which I wrote. The PSFCFG works fine with the Mapping Object to put a PDF document in the IFS with a specified name...

    Kdbwheels180 pointsBadges:
  • Dymo Label/Printer 400 on the AS/400.

    We can not get to print. We using PC5250 Session. The printer USB in a PC. We define it as HPT/HPT printer Model *WSCST.

    Computermansrv10 pointsBadges:
  • RPG ILE Day of Week

    Are there alternate ways to determine the day of the week. I have the following formula - DayOfWeek = %Subst(('Sunday ' 'Monday ' 'Tuesday ' 'Wednesday' 'Thursday ' 'Friday ' 'Saturday ' ):(((%Rem(%Diff(%Date():%Date('1941-12-07'):*D):7)+1)*9))-8:9);

    Satsho1,245 pointsBadges:
  • Date Formatting in RPG

    I have a date in a DATE type field in *ISO format (ccyy-mm-dd) However, I want to extract the YY portion. Using %SUBDT(field: *Y) returns CCYY. Is there a nice way of doing this without using a data structure?

    Ricca100 pointsBadges:
  • What is the difference between ‘Return’ and ‘LeaveSr’ in subroutine?

    What is the difference between 'Return' and 'LeaveSr' in subroutine?

    721115 pointsBadges:
  • Printing Documents

    I am printing documents that I have designed in DOC1. The data comes from COBOL programs that I have written that gather information from DB2. The pages are not printing in the center of the page, so it is cutting off some information at the bottom and the right. I got a lead that this is due to...

    Skmcm40 pointsBadges:
  • DSP02 on HMC

    On the HMC of our 9408-M25 V5R4, the 5250 display is DSP02. In the past, I'm almost positive that it was DSP01. Two questions: 1) will it being DSP02 (running in QCTL) cause any problems for a BRMS system backup (restricted state)? 2) is there a way to get this back to DSP01?

    Junky105 pointsBadges:
  • AS400 Backup delay

    My daily backup always finish around 6:00AM, But today it completed at 10:30AM, What can we the posible reason for the delay, and how can i check it ?.. I used the command DSPLOGBRM but i didn`t get anything..please advise

    now225 pointsBadges:
  • CPF4207 in DDM TCP/IP connection

    I am getting an error CPF4207 while the pgm trying to access a remote DDM file whose type is *IP. If I change the attribute to *SNA the program works. But I need to keep the attribute as type *IP , otherwise some other programs that use the file will fail .  Is there any other way to solve the...

    Soshi10 pointsBadges:

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