Using S/36 object members (load and subroutine) on AS/400

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Hello, We are looking for IBM-supplied commands that will convert and/or run S/36 object members (load and subroutine members) to useable AS/400 system objects. The fact is that we lost the RPG source code from the S/36; so there is no source to compile on the AS/400. We look forward to your help. OUMAROU Daouda
ASKED: November 2, 2006  7:07 AM
UPDATED: November 6, 2006  1:04 PM

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http://www.sourcecovery.com/

It’s nothing new. we all do it at one time or another.
That’s why a reverse compiler is valuable. Try the above web site.

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  • BobbyS40
    If you put the programs in debug - you may be able to recover the source that way. Sometimes works - sometimes it don't.
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  • Gilly400
    Hi, There used to be a "S/36 Virtual Machine" available on older releases of OS/400. If I look on my machine I can see that there's previous release support for V4R4M0. If you have an old version on your machine you may still be able to use this, try STRM36 as a command. If you have this feature still available, it is possible to load and run S/36 objects directly on the virtual machine. I think you even have to do a load of SSP onto the machine to get it up and running. It will let you run POP and other utilities as well. Hope this helps. Martin Gilbert.
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