• Multiple SQL statements through OLE DB on DB2/400

    We have a third party application built on SharePoint, and we want to use DB2/400 on our System i for the application's backend database. The app uses ADO and OLE DB to query whatever database it links to, and the vendor has it working on a number of different databases, including DB2 on Windows...

    AndyFarrar15 pointsBadges:
  • Logical files – V5R4

    HI we all know DSPDBR command on a PF will fetch all the dependent logical files. Can anybody tell me with a logical file's name only known is it possible to fetch the Physical files's name on whom it is dependent?   happy new year n best wishes to all Ram

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  • Looking to add a column to DB2/400 table

    I'm a beginner with AS/400 and I'm wondering if there's an SQL command on AS/400 to add a column to a table in a specific ordinal position (or moving an existing column to a different position)? Pointing me in the right direction would be great. Thanks!

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  • We’re looking to add a field description in a DB2/400 file

    My partner and I have a set of files on an AS/400 system but we don't have DDS for (the files were created in SQL). We would like to add field descriptions but we're struggling to find how to do this in AS/400.Could someone tell me how we can add a field description? Is directly updating...

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  • Sort process in COBOL/400

    Hi Group,I am trying to understand the significance of sorting in COBOL/400.Sorting is used for arranging records into a specific sequence so that sequential processing can be performed. But, for arranging records in a particular order I can as well create a logical file and process it; Why should...

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  • LDA in COBOL/400.

    Hi Group,How to access LDA in COBOL/400 program?Regards,MVRK

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  • Entering -ve values in PF using STRDFU.

    Hi Group,I created a PF and I need to enter -ve values in one of the field by using STRDFU.the field is defined in the following manner: SALES 5P 0 ALIAS(EP_SALES)Thanks & Regards,Rama Krishna

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  • AS/400 – DB2/400 PF and LF have different identifiers for Synon

    Hi, AS/400 -DB2/400--> PF and LF have different identifiers for files generated in Synon. But for the Manually created files PF and LF have same file level identifiers. Please let me know why it goes like this. Any idea? Looking answer for this. Thanks P.Amutha

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  • AS/400, RPG, ILE, DB2/400

    Hi Group, Please let me know.... How to analyze the DUMP of RPG in AS/400? What are the steps involved? Thanks & Regards, M

    mvrkrishna530 pointsBadges:
  • Copy a file of 20 million records to another file.

    Hi Group,I need a copy data from a file having 20 million records to another file. What could be best way to achieve this? One way is creating a duplicate object. Is there any other method?Regards,M

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  • Query

    Hi Team, I have scenario with me. For that I need to create a query. The scenario is as follows: When My Location And Department is equal in the file I want to Multiply Quantity Column with Cost Column and Add it. Loc Dept Quantity Cost 1 10 10 2 1 10 10 3 1 10 11 5 2 10 10 7 For above example in...

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  • How to connect to an AS/400 database from a remote PHP script

    Hello. I have a requirement to use a PHP script running under Windows to access a remote DB2/400 on an iSeries. Can anyone please assist in what PHP coding would be needed, thank you! Regards Paul

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  • What is the difference between a logical file and view in DB2/400?

    What is the difference between logical file and View in DB2/400?

    rajeshece1,215 pointsBadges:
  • What is the difference between physical and logical reads in DB2/400?

    When we do DSPFD for a file it shows physical and logical reads. What is the difference between physical and logical reads?

    Kajeeva10 pointsBadges:
  • Display records in ascending order in DB2/400 physical file

    I have created one physical file with 1 key field. After that I added some data in that file. Records in the file are displayed in arrival order. While viewing the records using DSPPFM, STRSQL commands. As per my assumption, it should be ascending order. Why it is not displaying in ascending order?

    rajeshece1,215 pointsBadges:
  • What is the difference between DB2 and DB2/400?

    What is the difference between DB2 and DB2/400?

    Allampriya5 pointsBadges:
  • How to find indicator and relative record number fields in DB2/400

    In DB2/400, even after we delete record from file, the record exists until we are done with RGZPFM. The deleted record can be identified by a indication field with value "Y" or "N". How to see this indicator field? How to see the DB2/400 RRN (Relative record number) field? I tried with RUNQRY...

    BibinGeorge130 pointsBadges:
  • Access path and open data path in DB2/400

    When will an access path be created, and when will an open data path be created?

    TNKR130 pointsBadges:
  • Migrate application from UNISYS to AS/400

    How can we migrate an application currently running on the UNISYS platform to AS/400 platform. A major portion of the source application is in COBOL and uses the DMS-II database. This has been migrated to COBOL and RPG on AS/400 using the DB2/400 database.

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  • Current date in DB2/400

    IN DB2/400, is there a field level keyword for showing the current date?

    JIJUKALLIATH5 pointsBadges:

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