December 2002 [ Go back to The Month in Review main page ]
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Access MS SQL server from iSeries using JDBC (Dec. 2, 2002)
Improve the readability, stability of your code (Dec. 4, 2002)
Write SELECT statement results (Dec. 6, 2002)
Archive a source member (Dec. 11, 2002)
Fetch values in an array (Dec. 12, 2002)
Retrieve that deleted CL source (Dec. 12, 2002)
Updating spool files (Dec. 17, 2002)
FTP tips you might not know about (Dec. 18, 2002)
Can't ESCAPE from SQL? (Dec. 19, 2002)
Better way to compare source codes (Dec. 19, 2002)
Use IBM Job Scheduler to run annual jobs (Dec. 23, 2002)
Check your licensed programs (Dec. 5, 2002)
Find the exact OS/400 job (Dec. 6, 2002)
Which JOBQ was that job submitted to? (Dec. 6, 2002)
Performance problem solved (Dec. 10, 2002)
Generic PDM options (Dec. 11, 2002)
Make sure your backup is complete (Dec. 16, 2002)
Ping a server/machine in a batch job (Dec. 23, 2002)
Improved SQL source-level debugging in V5R2 (Dec. 24, 2002)
A primer to writing TCP/IP exit point programs (Dec. 3, 2002)
A security no-brainer: Analyze default passwords (Dec. 9, 2002)
WDSC -- Using DBBeans.jar for data access (Dec. 26, 2002)
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