• iSeries program message subfile

    I defined a message subfile in the display file with the help key defined. The messages I am writing to the message subfile all have second level text but depressing the F1 key does not display the second level messages. The screen does not respond to the F1 key.

    JCMauro5 pointsBadges:
  • Import data from Excel 2007 to iSeries

    How do I import data from Excel to iSeries?

    CHARLESG30 pointsBadges:
  • Reading COBOL indexed file in SQL procedure in iSeries

    How do I read a COBOL indexed file in SQL procedure in iSeries?

    Bhusha35 pointsBadges:
  • How to get TAB DELIMITED file format in AS/400 flat file

    I am extracting some data into a flat file using DTF

    rav200025 pointsBadges:
  • Exporting Polish characters from iSeries

    V5R4. We have a client database that, for the first time, has to deal with Latin-2 characters. We have set up some sessions to use Polish configuration (code page 1153) and got around printing problems by having a separately configured printer. Now we have a problem with exporting the data to...

    Abby7075 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries 6.1 ‘IBMDA400.DataSource not registered

    I have a case where I installed iSeries 6.1 on user machine. we have a test machine with the iSeries installed too. They are both 32-bit machines. we are getting an error message The 'IBMDA400.DataSource.1' provider is not registered on the local I have reinstalled iSeries, application etc.

    todd092515 pointsBadges:
  • Best way if there is one to translate a well formed XML document from the DB to a document on the IFS

    We are trying to FTP well formed XML document from DB2 to the IFS. The data is standard ASN (Advanced Shipping Notice) for our industry (Textile manufacture) ... I've created an MQT so at the appropriate place in our process flow, I plan to REFRESH the MQT ... then use CL if such a command exists...

    GigiSarsfield10 pointsBadges:
  • RXFERPCB in iSeries access for Linux

    We used to transfer files using RXFERPCB tool in iSeries access for Windows (or cwbtf.exe ) but I can't find the tool in iSeries access for Linux. Is there any alternative for data transfer in Linux (besides odbc)?

    hamzahir85 pointsBadges:
  • How to retrieve the CHRID from an iSeries device description

    Does anybody know if there is an equivalent RTV version of DSPDEVD? I need to be able to retrieve the code page being used by a session (i.e which keyboard configuration) so that I can mark records accordingly. I have come across the QDCRDEVD API but I don't think it returns the CHRID. RTVJOBA...

    Abby7075 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries: Where is the object of a menu?

    Where is the object of a menu? Our ERP software vendor created some menus in our iSeries. For example, when I type GO IBSDI, the corresponding menu will be showing up. But I cannot find where the object IBSDI is located. I am the system administrator. I know the basic things of RPG, CL, CMD, DSPF,...

    brucema45 pointsBadges:
  • Retrieve Device Capabilities (QTARDCAP) API

    What's a sample CL program for iSeries API, QTARDCAP. Thanks!

    JuliusRP10 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries FTP Character change

    Sending a file from the iSeries box using FTP the file is being change from a bar to an exclamation mark. Why is this happening?

    lang6355 pointsBadges:
  • Can we get a list of files with size of their access paths for iSeries data files?

    Is there any command which can give a list of files with size of their access paths for iSeries data files?

    JohnsonMumbai1,260 pointsBadges:
  • How do I copy a pipe delimited text file to pf on iseries.

    Can someone tell me how to copy a pipe delimited text file to PF on iSeries?

    CarolKendall5 pointsBadges:
  • Restoring logical with physical file on the AS/400

    How do I restore logical with a physical file on AS/400?

    Pgmr4680 pointsBadges:
  • PLSQL code on iSeries

    Hi, I have a question as we have developed some plsql procedures on Db2 10.5 on windows & Linux. This is purely plsql code. as we need to run these procedures on all the databases under a particular instance. My requirement is can I use the same plsql code on Db2/400. I mean on iSeries. On...

    HABBIE860 pointsBadges:
  • Command line instead of AFPU (IBM Advanced Function Printing Utilities for iSeries)

    Instead of going to the AFPU (IBM Advanced Function Printing Utilities for iSeries) menu to print an overlay to a specific printer out queue (taking option 22 - Work with overlays, then option 6 - print) What command and its parameters can I type from the iSeries command line to print an overlay to...

    Zemogdug35 pointsBadges:
  • Web Application Development on iSeries

    May be this would be the right place to ask this. But still I'm not getting a clear idea. We are using an application written in RPG running in iSeries machine. I'm pure AS/400 Developer cum Administrator. since the users complaining so much we wanted to develop a web application which will replace...

    Sureyz2,570 pointsBadges:
  • Client Access adding decimal and blank space after numeric fields

    How can I remove the decimal point and blank spaces during the file transfer process. These are defined as zoned numeric fields. The file is a typical iSeries physical file with both Character and zoned numeric fields. The blank spaces and decimal point do not show when you display the file on the...

    Sharonhynes45 pointsBadges:
  • User Not On the Menu System

    iNavigator v.7.2, OS400-iSeries.v5r3, When a regular user logs on from iNavigator, he sees no Menus, also encountering a confusing Message: “User Not On the Menu System”! What User Setting might have been Corrupted or Missing? THX! Kanneth

    KenKimNy50 pointsBadges:

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