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iSeries and AS/400 APIs at Work

iSeries and AS/400 APIs at Work
Authors: Doug Pence, Ron Hawkins

Here is your guide to mastering hundreds of new APIs available on the iSeries and AS/400 to effectively solve business problems. RPG wizards Doug Pence and Ron Hawkins reveal how to use APIs for everything from extracting information from deep within the recesses of your system to delivering pages to the World Wide Web. Each chapter is full of real business-world examples that you can modify and use in your own environment.

In recent years, the business world has realized the impact information systems have on business effectiveness. As a result, you are now expected to use high-level encryption to store sensitive information, to write interfaces between Microsoft Windows and AS/400 RPG applications, and to integrate your business applications with the Web. This book will show you how you can use APIs to do all of this and more. You will come to realize that there is nothing you cannot do with iSeries and AS/400 APIs if you know where to look.


This was first published in June 2002

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