• 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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  • Download report from iSeries to PC with proper page break

    I currently use Client Access Ooperations Navigator to download a report to my PC by dragging the output file onto my PC desktop. This correctly produces a report that I can print from my PC but it does not put in the page breaks that existed on the iSeries. Is there a way to keep the same page...

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  • Load All – Using Position To

    Can I use a Position To field in a Load all subfile. I don't want to clear the subfile every time as we do in a single Page subfile. How will the Page up and Page down features be affected if I use a Position to in a Load All subfile? Any help would be appreciated.

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  • FTP to an Iseries 400 automated from within Microsoft Access

    I have users who will be creating .csv file form Micorsoft Access, they currently use EXTRA Personnel Client to access the AS400 instead of Client Access. I need to have a script/module/macro that I can incorporate into Microsoft Access to auto ftp the created .csv file to a PF on the AS400, for...

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  • SAS date macro variable

    Hello, i'm new in SAS I'm writing this code below :     data _test_ ; d1 = put(mdy(month(today())-   1,1,year(today())-1),yymmdd10.);     call symput('d1',"'"||put(d1,9.)||" 23:59:59'") ; d2 = put(mdy(month(today())-   1,1,year(today())),yymmdd10.);     call symput('d2',"'"||put(d2,9.)||"...

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  • Macro date a year from today

    Does any know how to create a year date from today ? for example today = 9/3/2010 I would like to get the macro variable that give 9/1/2009

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  • Python: directory statistics

    I'm working on a python cleanup script. I'm trying to determine the amount of files and total space prior to the cleanup. Also, want the total files and space of files that are deleted by the script. is os.path.getsize(filePath the way to go? for example: when i run my script it will give me the...

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  • tutorials

    hi all. i wanted to ask if anyone knows any sites where i can download free ebooks or free tutorials. thx.

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  • SQL Work Files

    In the FOCUS programming language, you can retrieve data and hold that data for further processing at some point later in the program.  What is the best technique for doing this in SQL?

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  • How do I load and access the new shared library (.so) in linux via php

    how to load and access the new shared library (.so) in linux via php

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  • Need help editing a code (WMI)

    This here is my current WMI code I'm using in a ConsoleApplication1.exe: This code helps detect all the changes inside the registry tree to monitor the installation of all programs. This is for a school project and I'm COMPLETELY NEW to Windows Management Instrumentation. What I need to do now is...

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  • Renames clause in cobol

    while using renames clause we are defining dataname-1 thru dataname-n. if i am having same datanames in another group which output can i expect?

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  • Programming language for website development

    I was wondering if anyone knows what type of programming language would be good for building a scheduling site (primarily a site with calenders which can be updated by an administator as well as other people with membership profiles/data).

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  • How can I learn more about Java and scripting languages?

    I got my bachelor's degree in electronics and communication engineering and continued to get my master's in networking. When I started applying for internships, I found that most of the companies require Java, C, C++, Perl, HTML and Visual Basic, but I only have C and a little bit of C++...

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  • create computations on the fly

    We are primarily a COBOL shop. We have some COBOL ILE and some RPG. I have a need to replicate a function on the I-series that is currently done in Excel. This function allows them to create formulas on the fly to arrive at pricing information. I can work through issues with interactive maintenance...

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  • IT career requirements for Java?

    Hi there, I'm currently studying IT- Network and Systems Engineering. I wanted to get your professional opinion on a matter. I am not required or expected to study Java Programming. But I want to get you input on that. Should I learn Java ... will I need it for future purposes?

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  • Connect to AS/400 from a PC and run User Profiles Initial Program

    I'd like to be able to have a user connect via FTP, ect. from a PC to our AS/400, login, and have the user profiles inital program run immediately. We've tried several options, but the initial program doesn't run unless a user signs on to a Session. This is not an option. Can you help? Thanks

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  • Creation of logical file

    Can I create a logical file in some other library that is different from the physical file's library on which the Logical is based.. OR both PF and LF need to exist in the same library??

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  • Calculation of (num) 1/n (square root) using RPG

    Do any one know how to handle below formula using RPG or else method which can be implement on AS400 RPG program : The formula is (number ) 1/n 1/n = mean 1 over n square root N= certain number and with decimal digit eg. 1.21 Please send me some suggestion about this . Many thanks Beside you can...

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  • Return compared to Set on LR

    What is the difference between RETURN and SET on LR indicators? What exactly each one of them does?

    A1b2c3330 pointsBadges:

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