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January 19, 2012  8:32 PM

The Most-Watched IT Questions: January 18, 2012

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

Take a look at this week’s most-watched IT questions for the latest problems troubling out IT Knowledge users and the solutions that are showing them the right direction.

1. For new Microsoft Access users, look at how Rianne solved his own question regarding data being switched into different fields.

2. CharlieBrown, TomLiotta, and RickMe gave several suggestions on how to read a fax or e-mail attachment with a program.

3. CharlieBrown, Pdsathiskumar, Yorkshireman provide help adding programs to their menus.

4. TomLiotta and CharlieBrown explained how to retrieve the current date and time in SQL400.

5. Carlosdl clarifies how to put inputs in form 1 to other forms using Visual Basic 6.0.

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December 13, 2011  3:40 PM

The Most-Watched IT Questions: December 13, 2011

Michael Morisy Michael Morisy Profile: Michael Morisy

1. A user is running into some unusual networking issues when downloading PDFs. Can you help solve the case?

2. Users discuss using PULDWN in AS/400, specifically when it is and isn’t available.

3. Users help count files in DB2, but complain about the absence of reality in the basic question. Are they tackling the right problem?

4. A user goes for broke with DOS looping.

5. A community member is trying to use CL to Update QTXT Files on iSeries.
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December 6, 2011  2:47 PM

The Most-Watched IT Questions: December 6, 2011

Michael Morisy Michael Morisy Profile: Michael Morisy

1. Members discuss the intricacies of how not to get p0wned with pwrdwnsys.

2. Where do error messages go when they die?

3. NickHutcheson1 is trying to clear up some AS/400 clutter.

4. Rajasekhar15 wonders how to rewrite history by deleting log entries.

5. NickHutcheson1 asks another question about a AS/400 sub program not working properly.

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December 1, 2011  2:13 PM

The IT Blog Top 10: December 1, 2011

Michael Morisy Michael Morisy Profile: Michael Morisy

1. So Many Androids, So Little Income by Ron Miller

2. What I learned from Google – You Get Fifteen Years by Matt Heusser

3. Are IT Workers the Coal Miners of the 21st Century? by Matt Heusser

4. HP Tablet Number 2 With a Bullet (To the Head) by Ron Miller

5. Must Have Kindle Fire Apps by Dave Bateman

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November 28, 2011  5:34 PM

The Most-Watched IT Questions: November 28, 2011

Michael Morisy Michael Morisy Profile: Michael Morisy

1. CharlieBrowne is working on an AS400 DSPF Overlay but runs into some problems. Turns out, he doesn’t need an overlay at all.

2. Rajasekhar15 has a question about user profiles, and the community helps out.

3. NickHutcheson1 and CharlieBrowne detail how to create a disaster recovery plan.

4. Jaimi is trying to compile an RPG II source program into a file, and is still testing out some suggestions.

5. BibinG has a popular question regarding DYNSLT (Dynamic Select Concept).

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November 22, 2011  3:20 PM

The Most-Watched IT Questions: November 22, 2011

Michael Morisy Michael Morisy Profile: Michael Morisy

1. CharlieBrowne is working on an AS400 DSPF Overlay but runs into some problems. Turns out, he doesn’t need an overlay at all.

2. Rajasekhar15 is trying to display all the users in a class, and the community helps out.

3. NickHutcheson1 and CharlieBrowne detail how to create a disaster recovery plan.

4. Jaimi is trying to compile an RPG II source program into a file, and is still testing out some suggestions.

5. BibinG has a popular question regarding DYNSLT (Dynamic Select Concept).

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November 15, 2011  1:23 PM

The Most-Watched IT Questions: November 15, 2011

Michael Morisy Michael Morisy Profile: Michael Morisy

1. Sedrick had trouble getting Event Viewer to work, but was able to get some satisfaction.

2. Rajeshece had a question about finding field values in AS/400 files.

3. Rajeshece had another question about stopping snooping users from seeing what’s going on in the background. Philpl1jb provides some useful advice.

4. A member has trouble with looooooong server boot times; MrDenny helps point them in the right direction.

5. Rajasekhar15 sparked a great discussion about disaster recovery. TomLiotta, NickHutcheson1 and others weigh in.

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November 10, 2011  2:39 PM

The IT Blog Top 10: November 10, 2011

Michael Morisy Michael Morisy Profile: Michael Morisy

1. Mark Fontecchio reports on what might be a well-warranted delay in Oracle vs. Google: How long is 22 million pages? Long enough to take 40 years for a speed reader to get through with zero breaks.

2. MrDenny breaks the news of SQL Server 2012 Licensing Changes, cause for some consternation and joy throughout the community.

3. Ron Miller reports as Microsoft Continues to Struggle for Smart Phone Market Share.

4. Miller again: Me thinks Eric Schmidt doth protest too much.

5. Nathan Simon has some warnings for those who want the Windows 8 Developer Preview on a ESXi/VMware Workstation.

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November 8, 2011  4:18 PM

The Most-Watched IT Questions: November 8, 2011

Michael Morisy Michael Morisy Profile: Michael Morisy

Check out this week’s most-watched IT questions for the solutions to your latest IT problems!

1. The OS Wars wage on: Newbie Gidid asks whether Windows or Linux is better for a mid-sized bank: MrDenny responds it’s the people, not the platform. Agree? Chip in on the thread.

2. Ankita has a problem with a OPNQRY File, but community input on syntax, style and keywords helped solve it.

3. A member has some questions about upgrading from 32bit to 64bit SQL Server: Fortunately, MrDenny explains the migration is simpler than you’d think.

4. Sedrick was having trouble with Windows Server Event Viewer, but was able to find the root problem which they then shared with the community.

5. A user ran into some Oracle Forms problems; fortunately, Carlosdl had some tips.

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