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Volume 14, Number 20 -- September 10, 2014
The next issue of Four Hundred Guru will publish on September 17.
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The Nearly Forgotten DSPLY Operation
by Paul Tuohy

I am sometimes asked strange questions at conferences. A recent example is: Which operation code do you use most in RPG? After overcoming my initial reaction of wondering what the questioner was smoking (and where I could get some), I gave the question some thought. And the answer is: The DSPLY operation. READ MORE >

DB2 for i 7.2 Features and Fun: Part 3
by Michael Sansoterra

In the second tip of this series, I explored three new features introduced in DB2 for i 7.2: KEEP IN MEMORY clause; AUTONOMOUS PROCEDURE; and the CHECK CONSTRAINT VIOLATION clause. This tip aims to keep the momentum going by exploring a handful of remaining miscellaneous features, in no particular order. READ MORE >



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Admin Alert: Importing IBM i Spooled Files Into Excel
by Joe Hertvik

For a recent audit, I had to export IBM i spooled file data into Excel spreadsheets to send to our auditors. If you have a similar need for spooled file to Excel conversion, here's my drill for importing spool file data into an Excel 2010 spreadsheet. READ MORE >


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The Four Hundred
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Cloud Vendors Team Up To Offer Hybrid IBM i-X86 DR Service

IBM Clarifies Power8 Chippery And Performance

As I See It: I See England, I See France, I See Techie Underpants

Server Refresh Cycle Begins Anew

Four Hundred Stuff
Database Deficiencies Not Only a Hardware Solution

SunGard Gives IBM i App New Life with LANSA

Rocket Schemes DevOps Serenity with Aldon ALM Hub

Quadrant Debuts New BI Bundle: Business i

IvanDoc Gives IBM i Documentation Tool a Web Interface

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System i PTF Guide
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August 9, 2014: Volume 16, Number 32

August 2, 2014: Volume 16, Number 31

TPM at EnterpriseTech
Cisco Targets Hyperscale With Modular UCS Iron

Datacenter Revamps Cut Energy Costs At CenturyLink

How Microsoft Is Using FPGAs To Speed Up Bing Search

Pure Storage, EMC, And IBM Lead The All-Flash Array Pack

Univa Grid Engine Does Windows, Linux Containers

GAO Issues Split Decision on DHS Datacenter Contract

VMware To Complete Storage Virtualization With VVols

Weak Growth For Servers In Q2, But Still Growth

Server Makers Jockey For "Haswell" Xeon Pole Position

A Sneak Peek At VMware EVO:RACK Cluster Appliances

SoftLayer Brings Hourly Billing To Bare Metal Servers

Cray CS-Storm Packs A Serious GPU Punch

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Nearly Forgotten DSPLY Operation

DB2 for i 7.2 Features and Fun: Part 3

Admin Alert: Importing IBM i Spooled Files Into Excel

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