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Volume 14, Number 4 -- February 26, 2014
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The Case Of The IBM Systems Director And RBAC
by Jeff Waldbillig

It was a dark night on a network that knew how to keep its secrets. Actually, that was last night. Today was going to be a busy day working on the network that knew how to keep its secrets. I'd been temporarily moved from my nightshift role at the help desk to the daylight hours to cover for a coworker who was out with an extended illness, but I was beginning to wonder if my late-night auction surfing had attracted some attention I did not need. READ MORE >

The ADO Client Side Of Default Parameters And Named Arguments In DB2 For i
by Michael Sansoterra

In Stored Procedure Parameter Defaults And Named Arguments In DB2 For i, I covered two new related features in DB2 for i 7.1 that were implemented in Technology Refresh 5 (DB2 for i Group PTF Level 18 or higher). In this tip, I'm going to cover a surprising limitation of this feature when coding in an ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) environment, whether using an IBM DB2 OLE DB provider or the iSeries Access ODBC provider. READ MORE >



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Auto-Answering Record Lock Errors And More On Returning An IBM i Box
Hey, Joe:

My Power i system is driving me crazy with RPG1218 record lock messages. Because of the way one of our applications was written, we receive RPG1218 messages several times a day. The record lock only lasts a minute. When we enter a retry on the locked record, the system is always able to update the record. Is there any way to auto-answer these record locks? READ MORE >


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As I See It: Peeking Under the Hood

IBM Slashes On-Demand CPU And Memory Prices

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CIOs Not Feeling the Green (Screen), Survey Says

Midrange Dynamics' Change Management Enhancements a Matter of Perspective

Enforcive Gives Security Policy Checks a Graphical Makeover

BCD Lets the Mobile Flow with WebSmart 10.1

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TPM at EnterpriseTech
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Intel Aims Xeon E7 v2 At Big Memory Workloads

The Math On Big NUMA Versus Clusters

How Priceline.com Rid In-Memory Cache Of Java Jitters

Servers Slow And Switches Stall At Cisco

Google Tests Homegrown Power8 Servers

Big Banks Discover Atlantis Storage Virtualization

Netflix Speeds Machine Learning With Amazon GPUs

IBM Jumpgate: An OpenStack Translator For Proprietary Clouds
Startup Slashes Latencies With Server-Switch Hybrid
Canonical To Kick Ubuntu Server Into Hyperscale

Hardware Matters, But Software Also Drives Switch Choices

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Case Of The IBM Systems Director And RBAC

The ADO Client Side Of Default Parameters And Named Arguments In DB2 For i

Auto-Answering Record Lock Errors And More On Returning An IBM i Box

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