• AS400 Compaitible HP printers

    We are looking at purchasing a HP Office pro 8500. HP says it is compatible with our Iseries (525) and yet it is not listed on IBM's list of printers(??) Is anyone using this printer with the Iseries?

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  • How to get AS/400 macro to pull data from Excel

    Hello I’m trying to create a macro on the AS/400 that will pull data from an Excel sheet and input data to the screen. I know how to create a macro to run the menu option by using the record macro button but not sure how to get it to access the excel file so it will run through the list.

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  • Device prt01 not available on as400

    Once in a while my as400 series can't print and it's showing Device prt01 not available. Most of the times i turn off and on my as400 a couple times then the printer is ok but this time i restarted 5 times already but the message "Device prt01 not available" is still there

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  • Code to Update retrieved record in Oracle Forms 6i

    In Oracle Forms 6i, can anybody tell me about code to update data retrieved from database, which can be place under When Button Pressed trigger?

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  • how do i get a valid user list for the as-400

    how do i get a valid user list for the as-400

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  • Identifying output files in query definitions

    How can one identify all/only output files in a list of query definitions (the list has over 1000 queries in it)? Executing in batch RUNQRY with parameter PRTDFN(*YES), in a loop for each query, then scanning the collective result, might theoretically do the job but doesn't work for queries in...

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  • Opening an Outlook .MSG file that’s on my hard drive

    Does anyone know of a way to open an Outlook .MSG file that's on my hard drive but not in Outlook? I already have a code that loops through file names in a folder on my hard drive but I'm not sure of the path on how to open it with Outlook. Here's what I have so far: Dim inPath as String Dim...

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  • Replacing a pst file

    How can I replace a pst file. I have removed and reinstalled outlook a couple of times and always get a outlook.pst file missing.

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  • Difference between DDL and DDS

    What is the difference between DDL and DDS. How to use DDL in AS/400

    rajeshece1,230 pointsBadges:
  • Open .MSG file on Mac OS X

    A co-worker just sent me a .MSG file (it's an attachment). I'm using a Mac OS X and I figure out how to open a file. I don't have any programs to open it. How can I open this?

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  • Converting AS/SET generated programs to standard RPG

    I have several old RPG programs developed with AS/SET. AS/SET has been discontinued and I have to rebuild those programs.I suppose that IT professionals faced with this problem may have solved it, in the past, without having to code the programs manually. Please, if you're one of them, let me know...

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  • how to add a number of blank-spaces in free-format RPG

    My requirement is: I need to concatenate different fields having different values into the flat-string(blank initially), separated by a number of blanks(spaces), which may vary from field to field. for e.g. MyStr = 'FIRST_NAME LAST_NAME 20060101 STREET1 CITY11 STATE111 ... ' and so on where MyStr =...

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  • Issue with amount fields with decimals

    I have an excel spreadsheet which i copied to AS400 stream file, and then copied from stream file in IFS to a database file using CPYFRMIMPF but the amount fields whihc i had has value as "21100" which should be treated as 211.00 in database but it copied as "21100.00" . How to resolve this issue?...

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  • CPYFRMIMPF ended in error

    I have data in a stream file and im trying to copy that to a flat file as below, but its failing to copy: CPYFRMIMPF FROMSTMF('/Hamsu/Test001.csv') TOFILE(Hams/TST001 *FROMMBR) MBROPT(*REPLACE) RCDDLM(*CRLF) RPLNULLVAL(*FLDDFT) The CSV file will have data delimited by ',' I created file "TST001" in...

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  • How to retrieve system name on which I am working in AS/400?

    How do I retrieve system name on which I am working in AS/400?

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  • AS/400 Administration training

    Please note: the following question was recently submitted via e-mail by a user. I am learning AS/400 Administration i just want to is there any good website where i can learn from basic to end.

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  • Auto start AS400 interactive session

    Hi, During EOD process, Admin screen gets logged off when QINTER is ended. When QINTER is started, I would like to know if there is any way by which Session is started automatically without any users intervention.

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  • How to use the DDM File in RPGLE Programs?

    I have created one DDM File in Server1 Based on Server2 File. I wrote one program to read the DDM File in Server1. I am getting RNF2120 (File Not found) While Compiling the Program. How to USe the DDM File in RPGLE Programs?

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  • Problem when printing from AS400 (iSeries) to Canon imageRUNNER Advance C5255

    Hello everyone.  We have just installed a new Canon copier.  I created the Device Description and followed the IBM specifications for MFRTYPDMDL using *HPCOLORLJ.  My spooled reports keep going into pending status and I'm getting an error message stating that "an error was detected on the...

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  • Question on SETGT

    Suppose if my logical file has records arranged in descending order of key field..say the LF has the following records EMPNO 10020 10015 10012 10011 10008 10005 10004 Now if I do SETGT with search argument as 10013, will the file pointer position on 10015 and the read operation will read 10015, the...

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