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  • Adopt Authority of Files

    I have been asked to secure a completely open system to the users for SOX and just good security practice. I have created a program to call the menu command with a profile with *ALLOBJ authority and specified *OWNER to adopt authority so we can take *ALLOBJ away from users so they only have the...

    Lovemyi2,310 pointsBadges:
  • *ALLOBJ in Operation Navigator

    How can I prevent *ALLOBJ users to access File Systems and Databases in Operation Navigator?

    Belden5 pointsBadges:
  • Activation groups – What is an activation group in AS/400 terminology?

    What is an activation group in AS/400 terminology?

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  • Downsize large PDFs

    I have very large PDFs like 200M with about 140,000 pages. It is a monthly job and there are about 10 of these kinds of jobs. So lets say 10, 200M large files per month. I am looking for a way to keep them on the web server. They are statements and I have problem with pulling everyone's statement...

    Ellie145 pointsBadges:
  • How to add one Module to the existing Service Program

    Hi, I want to add or append one new module called 'C' to the already existing service program (SRVPGM) For Example: I have one service program called SRVPGM consits of 2 Modules are A, B. Now I want to add one new Module called 'C' to SRVPGM. How can I do this?

    Mohan K695 pointsBadges:
  • Creating User ID having special authorities.

    i want to creat a user id having authorities SPLCTL,AUDIT, ALLOBJ and *SECADM. The user profile from where i want to create is having authorities *ALLOBJ ,*JOBCTL ,*SAVSYS ,*SECADM Is this possible. If no please tell me what i need to do? Thanks,

    Sangay635 pointsBadges:
  • Activation Groups, RPGLE, and Open Files

    Hello Everyone, We have a couple question regarding activation groups, RPGLE, and Open files. In our H specs for RPGLE and SQLRPGLE programs, some of our programs use dftactgrp(*yes), some use dftactgrp(*no), and some use dftactgrp(*no) actgrp(*caller). What are the differences? And, should all of...

    Dcantwell470 pointsBadges:
  • Damaged object in OS/400 QSYS

    I have a damaged object in QSYS library that is preventing our full backup completing. The object is QPZA006434 and is a *SRVPGM. I have tried to restore this object from backup but this has failed. Any suggestions to what this file is or does and to how I can fix it or remove it? The system is...

    GrahamM35 pointsBadges:
  • INFOPRINT SERVER PDF conversion and printing issue.

    Hi Folks, Hopefully someone can help me. I am trying to implement the infoprint server to convert to PDF bring in a dynamic image with the AFPRSC and print to an infoprint printer. The conversion works nice and I can see the PDF in the IFS and it brings in the images in nicely however when I send...

    Paul66650 pointsBadges:
  • *INLR release storage

    All these days, I was under the assumption that *INLR closes the open files and releases storage used by a program. Until now when I read an IBM material that said, it does close open files and reinitializes variables but does not release the storage for system's further use (unless the activation...

    Compengr200355 pointsBadges:
  • How to print AFP Files with resides o n System i IFS

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  • Printing Overlayed Printer file

    Hi ! I have added an overlay to convert the AFPDS file to pdf in a folder. OVRPRTF    FILE(&PRTFIL) DEVTYPE(*AFPDS) + TOSTMF(&FOLDER) WSCST(*PDF) OVRSCOPE(*JOB) Is there any option that i can print these overlayed printer files directly on printer without placing it like a PDF file in a...

    Sureyz2,475 pointsBadges:
  • Reading file in a activation group

    Hi All, I have a scenario here. we have program A which is compiled with activation group *NEW. It reads a file PF1 ( Let’s say currently its reading second record of PF1 before calling Program B) then it call another program B which is compiled with activation group *CALLER, this program is also...

    manishdasila5 pointsBadges:
  • Adding a digital signature for AFP printing invoice

    Currently we need to add a digital signature in our printed out invoice. Any one who is familiar with AFP setting and how to add a signature in our invoice. And how to use infoPrint to print out. Thanks, Eric

    czheng03035 pointsBadges:
  • Convert AFPDS to PDF

    Hi ! we were using printer file type as SCS earlier. Now we are changing printer files to AFPDS in order to print in different font and with lines and boxes. But the problem is the AFPDS can not be printable in all kind of printers. It does not support most of our printer model. So we want to...

    Sureyz2,475 pointsBadges:
  • Local F specs in V5R4

    How does one simulate local F specs in V5R4 in a SRVPGM procedure?

    ITKE351,300 pointsBadges:
  • INLR, RPGLE

    Why do we specify *inlr at the end of program only. What difference would it make if we specify it in beginning?

    Durgesh813370 pointsBadges:
  • Advanced Job Scheduler

    Does anyone have a working example of scheduling a job dependant on a file existing on the IFS drive?

    Ianjda30 pointsBadges:
  • ALCOBJ scope

    I want to allocate the data area by using ALCOBJ command and I am confused about the in selecting the scope. Can anyone explain me about the difference between JOB scope and THREAD scope in details?

    frmdeva365 pointsBadges:
  • What is the main difference between Subsystem & Activation Group

    What is the basic difference between an activation group and a subsystem? I have tried reading couple of blogs but I get confused. Can anyone please help me with this?

    juslikdat1440 pointsBadges:

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