• Retrive System value in CCYYMMDDHHMMSS format?

    Hi anyone tell me how to retrive system valule in format CCYYMMDDHHMMSS   in which CC in centuary?

    SMisar130 pointsBadges:
  • Question On CL400

    Through CL code or command how achieve the particular record of Physical File.In a 100 record I just  want to see only 54th record of PF through Cl how? In RPG or ILE we handle through the Chain or in Subfile we use  RRN but in CL i can't do?

    Rpgrpgile20 pointsBadges:
  • Data Structure in CL

    Hi,     Upto my knowledge we cant use data structure in cl... Is it Possible? If it Possible then How?

    22917515 pointsBadges:
  • CL400 & As400

    I have a query related to CL programing and As400. Acutally am very new to CL, i need to create a CL program(using commands) which needs to call a menu,where i need to provide proper values according to the application, then its inturn need to store it in a database file(either a As400 cobol or...

    A645 pointsBadges:
  • CL Journal Checking Program (AS400)

    I would need help to write a CL program that accepts fields: a) From Time b) To Time c) From Date (This should be able to be *CURRENT) d) To Date (This should be able to be *CURRENT) I want to only select updates/deletes/changes to files (i.e. no I/O type access etc) Please suggest.    

    Mani1017130 pointsBadges:
  • How to read a text file to use for variables in CL

    I have a CL that saves libraries as savf files to later FTP to a storage device. For each library I have a set of commands that specifiy the specific library and the specific savf file for that library. The commands are repeated three times, once for each library/savf file. I would like to have the...

    PTFRANK5 pointsBadges:
  • Graphic to text conversion in AS/400

    i have a program in that program graphic characters are there how to convert graphical character to as400 characters using cl program only.how is it possible in as400 

    madhuchowdary350 pointsBadges:
  • OCL to CL conversion

    In OCL you can check a file for activity by using the an If Active command.  Is there something similar in CL programming?

    ASIRCO20 pointsBadges:
  • Can CL Programming language can have level check error

     hi friends in CL Program is it possible that we can get Leve Check Parameter...

    chakramdhar65 pointsBadges:
  • Find/Replace/Reformat Text in COBOL or CL400

    As part of a rebranding exercise I need to create a program to find/replace variable length text within a file. I know I can do this easily enough via INSPECT/REPLACE (or maybe QCLSCAN in a CL) but has anybody got ideas about how to reformat afterwards (data in the file is stored typically in...

    Abby705 pointsBadges:
  • Declaring the same file twice with two OPENID and reading the same file twice in CL Program

     Is it posssible read a db file while declaring twice with openID     and reading the same file twice

    Chraghuveer25 pointsBadges:
  • Capture Return value of Script in CL Program

    Hi I am running a script file which returns some value at the end of the script. i.e. the last line of my script is "exit returnVal". The value is also populating in the returnVal variable correctly but I don't know how can we capture this return value in my cl program. Could anyone please help me...

    VivekSharma120 pointsBadges:
  • Handling errors in CL Programs

    I've been searching all over the internet (and this site) looking for a good way to generically handle errors within a CL program.  Everything's seems very vauge to me. What I'm looking to do is something like this: CHGSPLFA   FILE(&SPOOLFILE) SAVE(*NO)  MONMSG     MSGID(CPF0000) ...

    Dcantwell470 pointsBadges:
  • While calling a command via a CL program exposes my command line.

    While calling a command via a CL program exposes my command line. Is it possible to hide the command line while executing the command via cl. I need to do this as iam executing the cl with adopted authority.

    JohnsonMumbai1,160 pointsBadges:
  • Save IXS CL program

    Does anyone out there have a CL program which saves all the objects on an IXS?

    WoodEngineer6,765 pointsBadges:
  • Accessing OUTQs and writers in AS/400

    I have been tasked with writing a CL to accept the following incoming parameters USER NAME, OUTQ NAME, LIBRARY NAME, & RETURN CODE.

    UARTJ105 pointsBadges:
  • Compiling a CL program

    I have a CL pgm in that i used the OVRDSPF command. Now i changed the display file. I'm sure i need to compile the RPG programs that are using the display file. Have a doubt if i need to compile the CL pgm or not?

    Kvrs8070 pointsBadges:
  • CL to change object owner of files in IFS whose directory name changes monthly

    We have a vendor software package the creates a new directory each month in the IFS - ie /photos/201001 for January 2010.  Documents are stored in the directory for a given month and are owned by the user who created them.  We would like to write a cl that can be run monthly to change the object...

    Itspecial5 pointsBadges:
  • How to Identify all work stations with object lock on specific display file

    A break message needs to be sent to all workstations with a current lock on a specific display file. The message-sending CL program needs to identify those workstations and then send the break message to each of them. WRKOBJLCK regretably does not generate an output file, nor could I find an...

    Zack250 pointsBadges:
  • Resources for programmable logic controller (PLC)

    Can any one help me to find something about PLC ? I have a great book for this topic "Automating Manufacturing Systems with PLCs" but i need some videos, an online link to practice and anything else that would help me.

    Ermaldina35 pointsBadges:

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