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  • To return more than 1 parameter in free format RPG

    How can 2 parameters be returned from subprocedure in free format RPG.In PR i have to define return parameter.but if i have more than 1 parameter how will i define.Please suggest.

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  • CPF4131 in a CLP

    I know all too well about Level Check in an RPG. Today we had a CLP (doing SNDRCV of a screen file)get this error. Is this something new or merely so rare to get this in a CLP? I recompiled and all seems well, so certainly no urgent problem. V6R1.

    aceofdelts1,850 pointsBadges:
  • AS400 menu options help creation

    It is DSPF with subfile that includes: Option# (up to 999, alpha-numeric) and option description(up to 30 chars.). Some options can start the other menu (nested). Thank you. yuriy44

    Yuriy4425 pointsBadges:
  • library list

    pgmrjobd is my job description and lib is qgpl.wtih these two parameters how to get the lib list through rpg program

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  • READE in free format

    I am using rpgfree format program.  Begsr M;                                                                       Setll (TRN) file1;   Reade (TRN)file1;           Dow  Not %Eof(file1);   existing functinality...

    Askt1140 pointsBadges:
  • Compilation issue in AS400

    Hi, I had an issue in Compiling my Files/Programs. When i compile my Files/programs interactively , I am not able to See my Spool file.Then i have checked my OUTQ , it was in *WRKSTN, which is the Printer for my Client.So when i compile it was going to their Printer. I asked them to change it to a...

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  • AS 400 printer file shading of record format

    How do I shade (excel style) a whole record format within a printerfile? The record format may appear many times on a page and of course on different lines. Should I create an overlay, if so, how do I create  the overlay to print in variable positions?  I am using RPG to produce the report on an...

    ITDavid140 pointsBadges:
  • Problem with Barcode for AS400

    Hi Srs, Im an AS400 developer currently having problems with a Report that contains barcode generated via AS400. I've generated a barcode in RPG and is working fine in 7 of the 9 printers that the enterprise where I work has (The report prints fine) , the problem is that in those 2 remaining...

    DTOVAR5 pointsBadges:
  • Identifying Series of numbers in a string

    Hi,  I seek your help in designing a RPG /RPGLE program which will identify the series of numbers among the character string (like phone #s, Credit card number, etc..) Ex: If String A  = 'ABCDSSS123456DDB7BB' My result field should only fetch '123456' and not '7'.  (in this example '7' is not...

    kaperuma15 pointsBadges:
  • Barcode 128 Human Readable Text in iSeries

    I work with two different iSeries at the same release level and sharing the same printers. In the first iSeries (development) the printer file (*AFPDS) prints the human readable text for the barcode. The second iSeries (production) using the same programs, printer files, printers, do not print the...

    MarcosAlejandro130 pointsBadges:
  • Working with multiple fields

    We have 8 fields in a file.In those fields sixth is the only Non Key Field(Other 7 are keyed fields).Now I want to pull the unique records according to the Sixth field using RPG.

    ankit2002770 pointsBadges:
  • RPG

    why we use readc opcode with suitable example?

    Sri34230 pointsBadges:
  • Special Files In RPG

    Dear All, In RPG we have the concept of "Special Files", where the I/O operations of this file is handling by user written program. Could anyone please brief me the significance of using special file and what is the advantage of Special file over disk file? It would be great, if anyone could...

    BibinG20 pointsBadges:
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