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Volume 14, Number 18 -- August 13, 2014
The next issue of Four Hundred Guru will publish on August 27.
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The Geezer's Guide to Free-Form RPG, Part 5: File Definitions
by Jon Paris

While the changes in data definition introduced by the new free-form RPG support are great, I have to admit that it was probably the free-form file specifications that raised the biggest cheer from me. Let me tell you why. READ MORE >

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Hey, Ted:

In our RPG programs we protect input operations (CHAIN, READ, etc.) with an error-handling routine that notifies users of record locks. That is, the RecLock subroutine sends a break message to the locking user and displays a window with lock information to the requesting user. This logic is not working in one of our programs, and we can't determine why. Can you help? READ MORE >



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Admin Alert: More On Porting User Profiles Between IBM i Partitions
by Joe Hertvik

After receiving reader email about my recent tip on how to port IBM i user profiles from one partition to another, I found there were two items that deserved more explanation and correction: 1) Restoring user profiles for multiple users; and 2) related parameters and objects that a restored profile needs. Here are some corrections and additional information that fill in the gaps that were missing from my previous article. READ MORE >


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TPM at EnterpriseTech
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The Beginnings Of Hyperscale At Google

HGST Shows Off Zippy PCM Prototype, Updates Flash Cards

Shared Memory Clusters: Observations On Processor Virtualization

Upstart To Breathe New Life Into Venerable OpenVMS

Cisco Expands MDS SAN Switches For Hyperscale

Red Hat Rolls Up Linux For ARM Servers

SoftLayer To Outflank Rivals With Bare Metal, InfiniBand, And Power8

AMD Accelerates Chip Testing With Flash Storage

IBM Forging Bigger Power8 Systems, Adding FPGA Acceleration

RackWare Adds Disaster Recovery To Cloud Management

AWS Feels The Cloud Price War Pinch

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Geezer's Guide to Free-Form RPG, Part 5: File Definitions

Do It Now!

Admin Alert: More On Porting User Profiles Between IBM i Partitions

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