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PHP Crash Course For RPG Developers
by Chris Ringer

Suppose your boss tasks you with grabbing and processing some XML from an HTTP request to create a new customer order. If you have a deer in the headlights expression on your face, don't fear, you don't have to punt this request over the cubicle wall to the web developers. Without weeks or months of training, you can build a PHP script to retrieve the XML data that RPG can parse. READ MORE >

SBMJOB, CALL, And Decimal Parameters
by Ted Holt

In spite of my great admiration for the IBM i operating system, I have to admit it has its idiosyncrasies. One of them, which has been there since Day 1, is the way the Submit Job (SBMJOB) command reformats decimal parameters of the CALL command. Fortunately, a relatively recent addition to CL provides an easy way to deal with this quirk. READ MORE >

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XML-INTO And Optional Elements
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I am working on an RPG program that does some very basic pre-processing of an XML document before passing it along to another program for final processing. Even though my program works, it fills up the job log with error messages. Can you help me get rid of them? READ MORE >



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The Four Hundred
The Job Market For The People Who Make The IBM i Go

SEQUEL Data Warehouse Picks Up Where RODIN Left Off

iNext Revealed As IBM i 7.3

Mad Dog 21/21: Legacy System

The Rewards of IBM i Community Engagement

Four Hundred Monitor
Four Hundred Monitor's
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System i PTF Guide
February 22, 2016: Volume 18, Number 8

February 13, 2016: Volume 18, Number 7

February 6, 2016: Volume 18, Number 6

January 30, 2016: Volume 18, Number 5

January 23, 2016: Volume 18, Number 4

January 16, 2016: Volume 18, Number 3

The Platform
The Myth Of In-Memory Computing

The Joys of Not Owning a Supercomputer

Will Enterprises Do Single Source Or Hybrid Clouds?

China Lays The Chip Foundation For Its Next Platform

Dell Brings Hyperscale Iron Down To Telco Clouds

Apache Arrow Targets High Performance for Big Data Systems

Nutanix Squeezes Lots More Performance From Server-SAN Hybrid

EMC, VMware Push VSAN Hyperconvergence To The Limits

Layering on Machine Learning to Speed Data Transformation

Tech Refined at ARM Targets HPC I/O Bottlenecks

ARM Servers: Qualcomm Maps Out Datacenter Battle Plan

Enterprises Take A Slight Pause To Process


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PHP Crash Course For RPG Developers

SBMJOB, CALL, And Decimal Parameters

XML-INTO And Optional Elements


Four Hundred Guru

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