The iSeries Projects perspective of WebSphere Development Studio client allows you to organize source members so that you can better manage project requests. To more effectively manage individual tasks of a project, WDSc provides the Tasks view. READ MORE >
I notice that you use *nopass extensively in your free xRPG procedures to offer flexibility in your procedure calls, but you don't seem to use *omit. I recently came across an example of a prototype that used both for the same parameter. Can you explain the difference between the two, why you use one but not the other, and why someone would use them together like this? READ MORE >
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I recently started a project to upgrade a multi-partition AS/400 from OS/400 V5R1 to V5R3 (IBM also refers to i5/OS V5R3 as OS/400 V5R3). For those readers who are not accustomed to OS/400 upgrades, I have been taking notes to help you better understand the basic process. In this article, I'll discuss some of the preparation necessary to perform such an upgrade. READ MORE >