• IP Address

    How can I tell who or what is assigned a specific IP Address on the iSeries?

    Oldtrucker5 pointsBadges:
  • hired by a company using AS/400

    i know that most of you dont have time to answer but it is important for me to know what to expect using AS/400...i just finished a networking course (mostly MS, and intro to Linux admin.) Is their anything important that can help me.

    Djc232315 pointsBadges:
  • i5/OS vs MS sequel server 2005

    The powers that be would like to replace our 20 year old i5 home grown billing system with a .NET solution (partial) over MS SQL Server 2005. How do we convince the powers that be to keep & improve what they have or should we just surrender and start taking .NET classes?

    Soooyeah5 pointsBadges:
  • WRKLOCBRM.

    We relocate an i5 server and we want to change the location name VAULTA and CITYA for VAULTB and CITYB. Is there is a simple way to do that and do I need to check my BRMS configuration to look for Ā«hard codingĀ» names ? Thanks, Nicolas.

    Nicodmr35 pointsBadges:
  • Change IQINTER/QBATCH to autostart outside of QSTRUP?

    I've used DSPSBSD, and have seen the autostart option but it won't allow me to change QINTER/QBATCH subsystems to auotstart, and also can't get STRTCP to start communications and serves in autostart mode. I've tried to retrieve QSTRUP and can't find the file. I've created a test CL program but it...

    Gmil494365 pointsBadges:
  • transfer spool file to PDF Format

    Does somebody knows which command will transfer spool file to PDF Format?

    Alukats10 pointsBadges:
  • What is the best way to identify User modified IBM commands in QSYS

    I am trying to identify any or all the commands in QSYS which have been modified / changed by Users. Ideally I only want the original version of IBM supplied commands in QSYS. I want to put the changed versions of IBM commands in a Separate LIbrary and put this Lib on the top of the SYSLIBL. I run...

    Gambitt7150 pointsBadges:
  • Printing pre-document from RPG

    WE currently have a preprinted rental aggreement the we print a on one side and the other is pre-printed with out terms and conditions. We need to be able to print this terms and agreement side on a non-preprinted form. Does anyone know a way we can print this pre-printed document from an RPG...

    LonnieKendall5 pointsBadges:
  • FTP vs Webservices in AS400

    We are planning to replace the FTP process with Webservices in AS400.Any inputs on the same will be appreciated.Also please let us know the Pros and Cons using webservices over FTP in AS400.

    Dappis5 pointsBadges:
  • IBM Client Express Access Compatibility

    I am building a new computer for one of the executives at my organization. I have installed Vista Business. I want to install IBM Client Access V5R3, but have not foud enough documentation to support whether it is Vista compatible or not. Some websites have said yes, other's say no. Other's say...

    Schmidtw11,330 pointsBadges:
  • cl/400

    Im kuppi.im working as a software trainee on AS/400 technology.i have also joined with ibmi5 team.im trying to convert date with cl/400 coding.I have taken 2 parameters(like date and date types). A. If suppose date type is j,Now i want to convert date to *MDY format B. if date type is M,now i want...

    0 pointsBadges:
  • RPG free form

    Need to do a straight call, not a callp, is there a way to do this in free form?

    HEROES5 pointsBadges:
  • QZDASOINIT JOBS using large cpu %

    We have some QZDASOINIT jobs that are running at a large CPU% (usually over 40%) in the middle of the night, causing other jobs to run slowly. These jobs appear to be hung up.

    Kiok45 pointsBadges:
  • Display the AS400 session verision other than the spool file

    How can I know the version of the AS400 session being used by me. I know spool files first line gives the same information. Is there any other way to check the same

    Ankushchaudhary35 pointsBadges:
  • RTVDSKINF

    Hi Friends, I have a Cl and this CL contains this lines: PGM PARM(&RTV) DCL VAR(&SISTEMA) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(10) DCL VAR(&PFILE) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(10) DCL VAR(&LFILE) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(10) DCL VAR(&RTV) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(4) RTVNETA SYSNAME(&SISTEMA) MONMSG MSGID(CPF0001) IF COND(&RTV *EQ '*YES')...

    SILVARB440 pointsBadges:
  • Objects Owned

    Is it possible to view list of objects owned by a perticular user? What is the command used?

    Xtreme200975 pointsBadges:
  • text search using rpg

    I am trying to create a method to search for a text stream that may exist in the file using RPGIII

    Rsh25 pointsBadges:
  • Switching from 122 IMB AS/400 keyboards to standard 104-key keyboards.

    In an effort to standardize our equipment, the company for which I am working is replacing all old and outdated keyboards (this includes the 122-key keyboards used with the AS/400) and replacing them with standard 104-key keyboards. I am wondering if there is any documentation on using the AS/400...

    Schmidtw11,330 pointsBadges:
  • Does anybody know whether it is possible to overrride LRECL for a variable input file, dynamically allocated in COBOL via “setenv” or not?

    Does anybody know whether it is possible to overrride LRECL for a variable input file, dynamically allocated in COBOL via "setenv" or not? Here is why: I have been reading an old thread in Tek Tips from 2004(thread209-691941: How to Input Variable Length Record File)which illustrated how to...

    Hullu5 pointsBadges:
  • File Size of a PF in AS/400

    How to determine the file size of a a PF in AS/400. Is there a specific CL command which tells us as to how many records a file can store? Or how much more records it can accomodate before its 100% full?

    Vijesh Bhat70 pointsBadges:

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