Here another interesting post from Simon Hutchinson about reading a text file from RPG RPGPGM.COM – Read an IFS file using RPG Take a look also to this old post from Michael Sansoterra with a simple SQL UDF : Using SQL to read IFS text files … McPressOnline.com – TechTip: Using SQL with IFS Text…Dettagli
In italian API mean bees, and here’s why this picture !
Can we do without IBMi API and use DB2 for i services ?
In this post, written by Susan Gantner and Jon Paris we can find some usefull informations …
In last updates for 7.1 and 7.2 IBM give us very interesting new DB2 for i services … let we see some examples:Dettagli
Something to read by Ted Holt :
Eval-Corr … what is this ? I found it reading an italian forum where great Mr. Obelix suggest this operation code to solve ad problem with DS (see original message at http://it.comp.as400.narkive.com/Dx0ArfSk/campi-numerici-contenenti-blanks).
Googling for Eval-Corr I learn something new:
IBM manual says:
The EVAL-CORR operation assigns data and null-indicators from the corresponding subfields of the source data structure to the subfields of the target data structure. The subfields that are assigned are the subfields that have the same name and compatible data type in both data structures. For example, if data structure DS1 has character subfields A, B, and C, and data structure DS2 has character subfields B, C, and D, statement
EVAL-CORR DS1 = DS2
will assign data from subfields DS2.B and DS2.C to DS1.B and DS1.C
Default passwords, *ALLOBJ auth spread to generic users and so on … I lot of IBM i system administrators don’t bother about system security … Take a look at this old post from SecureMyi.com
Some reports, tricks and information about System Security.