• Groovy programming on IBM i

    Groovy programs, based on the Java language and bytecodes, can run on IBM i. The built-in AIX support, PASE, allows AS/400 shops to take advantage of the new Web programming language that boasts br...

  • 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 e...

  • 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 D...

  • Database performance comparisons on IBM i

    Testing performance of RLA in the IBM Java Toolbox against JDBC and native I/O for the AS/400 revealed that RPG on System i is the most efficient language, and DB2 is taken for granted. Joe Pluta b...

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  • Groovy programming on IBM i

    Groovy programs, based on the Java language and bytecodes, can run on IBM i. The built-in AIX support, PASE, allows AS/400 shops to take advantage of the new Web programming language that boasts brevity among its advantages. With a short learning cur... 

  • 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. 

  • Database performance comparisons on IBM i

    Testing performance of RLA in the IBM Java Toolbox against JDBC and native I/O for the AS/400 revealed that RPG on System i is the most efficient language, and DB2 is taken for granted. Joe Pluta built some benchmarks to compare different aspects of ... 

  • Database drivers on the i: MySQL vs. IBM Toolbox

    Which reads data from i faster: MySQL or IBM Toolbox drivers? Joe Pluta put the drivers to the test in both an AS/400 and a Windows environment. The conclusion: MySQL over its own database performs roughly as well as IBM's Java Toolbox over DB2 data,... 

  • Application modernization for the iSeries: Why bother?

    Application modernization on the AS/400 allows companies and IT staff the benefit of keeping vital and reliable legacy applications while increasing front-end functionality. 

  • Java for RPG Programmers, Third Edition -- Chapter 10

    This chapter, "Exceptions," will help you to understand the various roles of Java in today's applications, learn the core Java language, discover how to use the Java Development Kit (JDK) and much more. 

  • Simplifying data access using Java Standard Tag Library

    Learn how to quickly build a simple JSP to search an employee table using SQL to demonstrate how easily JSTL accesses data. 

  • How to produce iSeries graphs on Web pages

    The iSeries has been beaten up for years for its ugly green screens, but Web technologies can change all that. Web development expert Paul Holm shows you how Web applications can easily create dynamic graphs using standard technologies such as SQL an... 

  • How to use Java to add e-mail support to your iSeries apps

    Don't buy an e-mail solution for your iSeries. Use Java. Jim Mason says you can add e-mail support to your iSeries applications and business processes easily with Java -- and with very little coding. 

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  • Groovy programming on IBM i

    Groovy programs, based on the Java language and bytecodes, can run on IBM i. The built-in AIX support, PASE, allows AS/400 shops to take advantage of the new Web programming language that boasts brevity among its advantages. With a short learning cur... 

  • 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. 

  • Database performance comparisons on IBM i

    Testing performance of RLA in the IBM Java Toolbox against JDBC and native I/O for the AS/400 revealed that RPG on System i is the most efficient language, and DB2 is taken for granted. Joe Pluta built some benchmarks to compare different aspects of ... 

  • Database drivers on the i: MySQL vs. IBM Toolbox

    Which reads data from i faster: MySQL or IBM Toolbox drivers? Joe Pluta put the drivers to the test in both an AS/400 and a Windows environment. The conclusion: MySQL over its own database performs roughly as well as IBM's Java Toolbox over DB2 data,... 

  • How to: Output SQL script to a text file from an AS/400

    Transferring data from SQL queries directly to a .txt file in a Windows environment is the desired outcome of one AS/400 user. Inserting the output of a SELECT statement into a physical file and then using CPYTOIMPF to transfer to a .txt file is a l... 

  • Application modernization for the iSeries: Why bother?

    Application modernization on the AS/400 allows companies and IT staff the benefit of keeping vital and reliable legacy applications while increasing front-end functionality. 

  • JDBCODBC functionality -- Java to Excel for complex workbooks

    Java to Excel with the AS400 may be attractive, but if you have complex VBA macros in Excel, the JDBCODBC bridge will not work well for you. A better option may be using the Groovy COM interface. 

  • Accessing AS/400 data using Excel ODBC drivers

    There are a couple of options for accessing AS/400 data, from the old way using Client Access ODBC drivers, to Java, to a new application from Groovy. 

  • SQL Server Database and Java

    DB2/400 and DB2 UDB expert Kent Milligan explains how to access SQL Server Database with Java. 

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