• iSeries-client access

    I am running 5250 emulation on a PC.  It was running fine until today because now I receive an error remote address could not be resolved.

    rainbo225 pointsBadges:
  • How do you print shading in RPG

    How do you print shading in RPG?

    dou123415 pointsBadges:
  • SAVSECDTA authorization list

    When restoring SAVSECDTA (240 user profiles) on iSeries, 220 profiles restored and 20 authorization lists were restored. This obviously equals my total number of saved profiles but I don't see the total number of profiles on the restored system. Any idea why this is happening?

    Garret10 pointsBadges:
  • Need to know who have modified the object (RPGLE object in AS/400)

    RPGLE object was changed and we can see it is DSPOBJD. We want to know who had changed the object? Thanks in advance.

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  • Significance of record format in physical file

    What is the main significance of Record format while defining a physical file or logical file. that is while defining the physical file we specify the record format. In some situations we also use file name as record format, and sometimes we use the different names other than file names for...

    sivakesava240 pointsBadges:
  • Can we restrict the fields in OPNQRYF?

    Like we select fields in STRSQL, is there a way I can specify the fields I want in OPNQRYF? Say I have 40 fields in my file, but I am interested in 10 fields and wanted to make a CSV out of it. Can I achieve this with OPNQRYF instead of creating another file with the 10 fields?

    RamvishakRamesh2,410 pointsBadges:
  • Replace leading blanks with zeros in RPG

    I have a 3A field on my display file, when user enters ' 50' I want to chain the file with '050' since record in stored in file like that. How can I replace the leading blanks with zeros in this case?

    RamvishakRamesh2,410 pointsBadges:
  • What non IBM programs are actually run.

    The site I'm involved with has 1000's of programs but I'm been told most are obsolete. Is there any way I can determine what programs are executed?

    Timothy0125 pointsBadges:
  • Which format is dd/mm/yyyy

    Is there a date format like this dd/mm/yyyy?

    RamvishakRamesh2,410 pointsBadges:
  • Find program name in System36

    Hi All, I want find program name which is attached in a system36 Menu. How do I find it....Please give me your valuable suggestion to me. Thanks to all.

    97834441841,355 pointsBadges:
  • Reconfiguring the AP in AS/400

    I got a request asking for reconfiguring the AP and an IP address is given in the request. I am not aware of what is AP and how to reconfigure it.

    didinu760 pointsBadges:
  • About an OPCODE EVAL-CORR

    I would like to have sample code on the OPCODE LIKEREC with all its parameters like with *All and *KEY and *INPUT and *OUTPUT. Also, I want to know whether OPCODE EVAL-CORR in iSeries or not  because when I want to transfer data from one DS (Data Structure) to another DS using EVAL-CORR, I'm...

    JSDHFKJHA335 pointsBadges:
  • Trap SQLCODE from RUNSQLSTM

    I have a RUNSQLSTM that updates a table. When it hits a duplicate, it quits and returns SQL9010. What I want it to do is just skip the step that got a duplicate and move on. Is there a way to do this?

    khalon15 pointsBadges:
  • How to know whether some fields are changed in a display file

    I have a display file with 25 fields. I want to know whether some value is changed when user hits enter. Since I have many fields in display file, taking each one and comparing with the file field is a difficult task. Any other suggestions?

    RamvishakRamesh2,410 pointsBadges:
  • Show multiple error messages at the bottom of display file

    I want to show multiple messages on a DSPF, when user keys page down, I want it to appear one by one. I know we can do this, but now I don't remember exactly. Please give a hint.

    RamvishakRamesh2,410 pointsBadges:
  • OVRDBF & OPNQRY – AS/400 question

    AS/400 question: There is a scenario where: OVRDBF share (*yes) OPNQRY – To select only Active records CALL RPG1 But in my RPG all records are being processed. Just not active. What could be the reason behind it? And also, OVRDBF share (*no) OPNQRY – To select only Active records CALL RPG1 But...

    juslikdat1440 pointsBadges:
  • File open error – AS/400 question

    As/400 question: In an RPG program, During a WRITE operation to a file, I am getting the error - file open error during write operation. What could be the reason behind this and how can we go ahead with the analysis? As per my understanding. File open error usually occurs when the file is closed...

    juslikdat1440 pointsBadges:
  • USROPN – AS/400 question

    AS/400 question: When normal handling of opening and closing is done in RPG...why do you need USROPN, OPEN & CLOSE commands? As per my understanding, Say you have the below scenario: You have file A and member A - After processing file A you wanted to process File B and its Member B. In this...

    juslikdat1440 pointsBadges:
  • Decimal data error – AS/400 question

    AS/400 question: Why do we get a decimal data error at first place? As per my understanding, When there are incorrect attributes (i.e, character being moved to numeric or numeric being moved to character or data lengths not matching), that could cause this error. But, when you can actually do a...

    juslikdat1440 pointsBadges:
  • RCLACTGRP – AS/400 question

    AS/400 question: Why should you do an RCLACTGRP As per my understanding, When a module in the service program is changed and you want your program to have the changes implemented, you have to do a RCLACTGRP so that the changes have to be in effect. Or else a sign-out and sign-in of the session...

    juslikdat1440 pointsBadges:

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