• Enhancing RPG with external SQL stored procedures

    Registering an external SQL stored procedure and leveraging RPG with your creation allows for increased flexibility in dealing with numerous types of data.

  • Making a report using SQLRPGLE

    Using RPG ILE with embedded SQL can be a fast way to make database reports on the IBM i. Joe Pluta shares the code of his first SQLRPGLE program.

  • Making the most of RPG data handling on IBM i

    By virtue of being bult-in to the AS/400, RPG has speed for some operations that SQL cannot touch. Learn how RPG works with indexing to retrieve data from your IBM i.

  • Migrating from RPG to EGL on IBM i

    The IBM Rational Migration Extension for IBM i (RMEi) migrates existing RPG programs to EGL. Learn when migrating from RPG to EGL may have advantages to your business, and how EGL integrates proced...

RPG iSeries programming

Email Alerts

Register now to receive Search400.com-related news, tips and more, delivered to your inbox.
By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. If you reside outside of the United States, you consent to having your personal data transferred to and processed in the United States. Privacy
  • CGI application programming interfaces: Quiz

    Think you know all there is about CGI application programming interfaces? We challenge you to test your skills by taking our latest quiz. Share the results with us and get a chance to win a copy of "The Modern RPG IV Language, Fourth Edition" writte... 

  • Fast guide to RPG IV resources and Redbooks

    Need information fast on RPG IV? Take a look at these resources. We've found Redbooks, training and FAQs for everyone from novice users to experienced pros. 

  • Report Program Generator (RPG)

    RPG (Report Program Generator) is a programming language that originated as a report-building program used in DEC and IBM minicomputer operating systems and evolved into a fully procedural programming language. (Continued...) 

  • Enhancing RPG with external SQL stored procedures

    Registering an external SQL stored procedure and leveraging RPG with your creation allows for increased flexibility in dealing with numerous types of data. 

  • Introduction to SQLRPGLE on IBM i: Making a report

    Using RPG ILE with embedded SQL can be a fast way to make database reports on the IBM i. Joe Pluta shares the code of his first SQLRPGLE program. 

  • Making the most of RPG data handling on IBM i

    By virtue of being bult-in to the AS/400, RPG has speed for some operations that SQL cannot touch. Learn how RPG works with indexing to retrieve data from your IBM i. 

  • Migrating from RPG to EGL on IBM i

    The IBM Rational Migration Extension for IBM i (RMEi) migrates existing RPG programs to EGL. Learn when migrating from RPG to EGL may have advantages to your business, and how EGL integrates procedural and object-oriented langauges into the same spac... 

  • Allow access to data from a stored procedure result set using COBOL or RPG

    For COBOL and RPG programs to process the data after the stored procedure call completes, you need to direct the SQL stored procedure to place the result set in a global temporary table. COBOL and RPG cannot access embedded SQL as of V6R1. 

  • EGL Rich UI on IBM i: Do you Dojo?

    Taking advantage of the Rich UI features of EGL architecture on the AS/400 can save you time and complexity. Rich internet applications can be difficult to write, even with Java and Webspher. EGL eliminates the need for programmers to learn JavaScrip... 

  • Programming for the Web on the IBM i, what is possible

    The AS/400 has many options for Web enablement, despite the green-screen image. Learn what Web languages are available and get resources to use as you embark on your Web journey, such as RPG, Net Dev, Java, PHP, Tomcat and others. 

  • Documenting nested program structures on the AS/400

    Documenting nested program structures on AS/400 is a complex task and is sometimes overlooked or not updated. The XPGMSTR command automates documentation in a structured and reliable way, eliminating the human-error (or lazyness) involved in the usua... 

  • How to: Sort arrays using RPGIV

    RPGIV allows you to sort arrays by creating records that contain elements that are in turn treated as a separate array. This allows you to sort the elements of the record in different ways depending on your needs. In this example, you can sort by SUM... 

  • How to use an embedded SQL statement and display the result in a subfile

    Are you looking for a way to load a file based on several search criteria and then display the file in a subfile? John Blenkinsop provides the needed RPG code to get it done on the AS/400. 

  • See more All on RPG iSeries programming
About RPG iSeries programming

RPG, the iSeries programming language mainstay, was being developed by IBM even before the day of the AS400 (System/38). As modern RPG programming changes with the IBM System i, you will continue to find tips and advice on iSeries programming in RPG in this topic.