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Calling SQL Functions From RPG, A Service Program
by Paul Tuohy

In this article I would like to introduce a service program that provides RPG subprocedure 'wrappers' for using SQL scalar functions. This means you can use an SQL scalar function as if it were an RPG built-in function. READ MORE >

by Ted Holt

In the previous episode of this exciting series, I wrote about FOR, arguably the most useful of the SQL PL looping structures. Next in line of usefulness, in my opinion, is the LOOP structure. Like the rest of SQL PL, this is an easy structure to master, and I am pleased to write about it. READ MORE >

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QTEMP Is A Different Animal
Hey, Ted:

I have a problem with an FTP script. I wish to send a file in QTEMP to a remote system, but the script tries to send the file from QGPL instead. The PUT command does not tell which library to send the file from because our standards prohibit the use of hard-coded library names. Any thoughts will be appreciated. READ MORE >

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The Four Hundred
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Vulnerabilities In 3DES Encryption Put It Out To Pasture In IBM i

IBM i Shops Do Less To Get More Done

Mad Dog 21/21: Of Possible Interest

You're Hired! Finding Your Next IBM i Pro

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The Platform
What Sort of Burst Buffer Are You?

InfiniBand Breaks Through The 200G Barrier

JVM Boost Shows Warm Java is Better than Cold

Getting Hyper About Converged Storage, And Then Some

Microsoft Research Pens Quill for Data Intensive Analysis

DDN Turns The Crank On "Wolfcreek" Storage

Learning From Google's Cloud Storage Evolution

Chasing The Dream Of Code HPC Once, Run Anywhere

Physics Code Modifications Push Xeon Phi Peak Performance

Advances in In Situ Processing Tie to Exascale Targets

Building The Stack Above And Below OpenStack

Getting Agile And Staying That Way


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