• Julian to Gregorian Date Conv. in DB2 Web Query

    I have a julian dates stored in the format YYDDD numeric, 5 positions, zero decimal. How do I convert to a true Gregorian date in DB2 Web Query for iSeries?

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  • Transform DB2 to XML from AS/400

    I have been requested to create XML files from AS/400 DB2 files to be used to update data on a client's web server. I have looked at IBM's XML Toolkit for iSeries, but the examples are all about parsing XML input and nothing about creating XML from native AS/400 database files. Is there something...

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  • “map drive” IFS

    Hello, We have a ?LAN without any server Windows OS in it? , so everybody is a client (with fixed IP). The only ?server? we have, is our iSeries i5 (V5R3) with iSeries Access(CA) installed (also on the clients). We cannot ?map drive? the IFS f.e. root with \QS6555A8Aroot (or anything else on the...

    Hahajokes5 pointsBadges:
  • DB2 or Websphere- for good career in IT

    Out of IBM DB2 and IBM Websphere, which is a better technology to study in terms of career option????

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  • Print Image File in iSeries

    Hi, I would like to ask for help to use the data type field GRAPHIC in iSeries. Can I save an image file into this field type. If so, how do I do this? I have tried but it always shows an error of character conversion not valid. Please help. Regards, Tony Tam

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  • Beginning DB2 programming in mainframes

    how to start db2 programming in mainframes detailed

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  • iSeries accessibility to VB.NET, ASP 2.0/3.0 ,NET programmers in Visual Studio

    My shop does not have WebSphere but does have a sizeable VB.NET team using the MS Visual Studio. They need access to the iSeries files in DB2/UDB - real-time. We already thanks to me have a number of batch/DTS package type transfers. Do any of you know packages that can make the iSeries files...

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  • Deleting journal receivers

    HI, When I try to delete a journal receiver that hasn't been saved, I get the "never fully saved" message even though I'm using DLTOPT(*IGNINQMSG) Does anyone have a piece of code that will get rid of receivers no matter what? E.G. not saved, remote, attached...... Thanks

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  • Importing/copying external EBCDIC files to DB2 on iseries

    This seems kind of obvious, but we can't figure it out. Another company has sent us (via email) an EBCDIC file and we want to load it on to our iseries. What's the ticket? We've tried CPYFRMPCD and a couple of other things, but we get conversion errors? Any thoughts out there?

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  • Jreport problem – floating point literal

    hi! I'm new here! I have a report and this is connect to db2/as400. When I compile i have the next error "[SQL0410] Floating point literal 2.00805121133377101E18 not valid. Cause...." I don't know what is happenning. The query I run in other program and this is right, so I think is something with...

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  • Is there a 3rd party tool (or native option) for retrieving data from DB/2 into an Excel spreadsheet complete with pivot tables?

    Is there a 3rd party tool (or native option) for retrieving data from DB/2 into an Excel spreadsheet complete with pivot tables? This would likely be done via a web browser interface such as Joomlah.

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  • Data Extract

    What is the easiest way to extract data from a pipe-delimited text file?

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  • Create a view in DB2/400

    I need an example to create a view in DB2/400. I Need to create a view where the table name is greather than 8 characters and collumns names greather than 6 characters. please somebody can help me??

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  • db2/400

    Hi, Please give the answer to this question? I have Phisical file with 100 records,there is no any duplicate records in this pf.Based on this pf one Logical file i have used.But this lf is viewing only 80 records only of that pf?What is the reason for this?Please give me answer?

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  • DB2 / ODBC file availability

    We have a new web app that we want to be able to run 24/7. My question from our web staff isĀ  "when the data is available? ". There are 2 situations I can think of that will pose an issue. 1. when we are running file back ups, it most likely will not be available due to object locks. We could do a...

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  • MS Access – AS400 file transfer

    I am trying to move data from a .dbf file to the AS400. I have tried several differnet methods from access and none of them worked. I tried setting up an ODBC table pointing to the as400 and doing an update query and also an export. I could not get either of these to work. One of them kept bringing...

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  • execution of multiple querries with SPUFI and QMF tools

    hello, how can i execute multiple queeries with the help of tools- SPUFI and QMF respectively. thank you

    Programming440 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle In Linux

    How can I able to get and work with Oracle in Linux platform. I am using RedHat Linux 9.0.

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  • Data Access to DB2 in RPG program

    I want to know how to connect using connection string to DB2 instead of using pf file in RPG program.

    H2a5 pointsBadges:
  • DB2 data over web browser

    Our solutions resides in System i and its all are internal developed systems. Our applications are Logistics business driven and now we have the need to publish these informations over web for view by customers. HOW do i do that.. and what should i consider..

    bsathia20 pointsBadges:

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