• F4 prompt not displaying in window using RPGLE

    Hi, I have added a pop-up window but can not get the F4 prompt to work. Can anyone help please. Thanx Mary

    KELLYMI5 pointsBadges:
  • debugging a program object on i-series

    Hi anybody tell me if it is possible to debug a program object CLP/CLLE/RPG/RPGLE if i dont have the source with me.

    ten20081,150 pointsBadges:
  • CONTINUITY IN RPGLE

    HI FRIENDS, My problem is that I want to type a very lengthy IF statement.Afetr typing a part of the IF statement in TN5250 emulator on the first line and when I press enter,it is going to the next line.So please tell me how can I enter the remaining part of the IF statement? Thanks

    senmalar210 pointsBadges:
  • OVRPRTF not working in procedure that is called

    Have an RPGLE program that calls a external procedure, which does an OVRPRTF (through a RunCL function), and then prints a report. The problem is, that the OVRPRTF doesn't seem to be doing it's job. Does this have something to do with the procedure? I originally had a CL that was called (from the...

    MMAGuy85 pointsBadges:
  • Problem with *READ Trigger Program

    Caller Program A Reads a record from File X. "After-Read-Trigger" kicks in and calls Program B. Program B changes the Read-Record's fields as per the required logic (I can see the modified trigger-buffer in debug).

    Ihabik60 pointsBadges:
  • SUBFILES

    Hai friends, I need to design a subfile such that when a user press 1 against a employee number,it should display the details of the selected employee.Pls help me.

    senmalar210 pointsBadges:
  • RPGLE DATE CALCULATIONS

    I need to subtract 1 day from the system date and output it into a file in the format mmddyyyy. No separators. I cannot figure out how to use date functions like subdur w/o the field containing separaters on output. And I can't figure out how to use a DS to redefine it so I can exclude the...

    KatanaBeach115 pointsBadges:
  • What causes space offset error in RPGLE?

    Can anyone tell me what this means? I'm getting this on a CHAIN to an externally described file in a called RPGLE program. Space offset X'00000000' or X'000000000020A0AA' is outside current limit for object JOBNAME USERID 123456. Internal failure in compiler or subroutine.

    baumgardnd50 pointsBadges:
  • Data area *LIBL/INSRLIST is not allocated for output.

    The following is a snippet of the code. I get an error on the OUT op code as in the title.  * Next List Number                                   D                 DS                                  D...

    MurrayInfoSys940 pointsBadges:
  • SQLRPGLE – Result Set

    I have an SQLRPGLE program [PGMA] containing the following: D ResultSet       DS                                 D                                     Qualified     ...

    Riccam30 pointsBadges:
  • RPGLE/SQL PROBLEM

    I am trying to join our sales analysis file, all fields, with our accounts receivable file using SQL. I can extract the information okay but when I issue the following fetch command: FETCH NEXT FROM SALESSORT INTO :SALESREC ,:CUSTREC it skips the null records. I have spent the last 6 hours...

    Burtmis100 pointsBadges:
  • How to use RPGLE function/program as a function in STRSQL

    Hi All, I have an RPGLE program which takes as a input value and update it and return the updated value. I want to use this RPGLE program through SQL while executing SQL scripts.  I did not remember the procedure to use it, but I have used in the past.  Any of you have idea that, how to use RPGLE...

    Iamsubbarao60 pointsBadges:
  • Merging of files in AS400

    What is the use of merging files in AS400? How do you do this?

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  • Trigger program written in RPGLE

    I have a trigger program that have 3 files declared in F-Specs (no UsrOpn keyword).  Everytime it ends, it sets the LR indicator on.  Does the trigger program slow down processing when the trigger file is updated in a batch program?  Should I remove the code that turns on the LR indicator? ...

    bogeybetsy560 pointsBadges:
  • Text Editor (Word Processor) on iSeries.

    On our system we have limitless text for our Items. We developed a rudimentary text editor many years ago which is also used for creating letters (for emails/faxes etc) but ideally we would like to buy a decent 'text editor' that is native to the iSeries. Does anyone know of such a...

    NeilD420 pointsBadges:
  • Subfiles in RPGLE using WDSC.

    I have a subfile set up with a i/o field in the footer.  When I change the value of that feild in the footer from the screen the computer does not recognize the change.  First, can I have an i/o field in a footer.  If so what is the execution process?  I have tried writing the footer again and...

    Bix25 pointsBadges:
  • rtncsrloc in RPGLE

    i am not able to use rtncsrloc keyword. should i define it in f spec or d spec and how we have to give the 3 argumnts to it... could you just give 1 example explaining all the steps.

    Coolrahul10 pointsBadges:
  • converting num to character name in RPGLE

    i have to convert any number inputted by the user into its character name.... like if i type 567.. it should be converted to five hundred and sixty seven... i am having problems relating it...

    Coolrahul10 pointsBadges:
  • EMP

    How would you achieve this requirement with out using RPG/RPGLE pgm,but by using only CL?Read a database file and display file contents on the screen when enter key pressed the next record should be displayed on screen.When the last record is reached or when F3 key is pressed the program should...

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  • SQLCOD = -7008 when doing an insert into file using SQLRPGLE

    Hi, I'm trying to insert selective records from one file into the same file in another library. I have to do this for many file. Am building the query dynamically using SQLRPGLE. Am using a PREPARE statement and an EXECUTE statement to run the query. While the PREPARE statement ends fine, am...

    SasiKumar0 pointsBadges:

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