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Hi , Has anyone worked on exit point PGM . I trying to write one small PGM for allowing ODBC connectivty to my Box from specific Ip address and Userid . When i do WRKREGINF i can see lot of exit point dont know which is used for ODBC connectivity . . Any inputs are welcome . Thanks ,...
how can I know who use printer output via iSeries Nvigator. or can I play with wrkreginf.
When using WRKREGINF, you can register an exit point for a user written program. When defining the exit point, there is a program data area that you can use. How is the program data area used? Can you pass parameters to your exit program via the program data area?