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Run VisualAge RPG Applications On 64-bit Windows 7, 8, And 10 Over The LAN
by Dan Devoe

With assurance of continued support from IBM, we used VisualAge RPG (VARPG) to develop modern business applications. Then IBM pulled the plug on VARPG. Nevertheless, we've kept our applications working, and have even managed to find a way to run them under 64-bit Windows from our LAN. Here's how we did it. READ MORE >

Upsert One Row From A Data Structure
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Parsing Delimited Text Data Natively in SQL, Part 1
by Michael Sansoterra

A common task for database developers is to accept a delimited text file, parse it, and dump it into a database table. This tip demonstrates a user-defined table function (UDTF) that can accomplish this task based on delimited text data stored in a CLOB or in an IFS file. READ MORE >



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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Run VisualAge RPG Applications On 64-bit Windows 7, 8, And 10 Over The LAN

Upsert One Row From A Data Structure

Parsing Delimited Text Data Natively in SQL, Part 1


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