Learning Guide

Favorite iSeries cheat sheets

Debra Tart, assistant editorHere you'll find a collection of valuable cheat sheets gathered from across the iSeries/Search400.com community. These cheat sheet are bits and pieces of information that come from all kinds of sources, IBM manuals, discussion lists an experience from iSeries users. Our members were happy to share their "sacred" cheat sheets –- often more precious to them than their family heirlooms. As one Search400.com member stated, "This may not seem like prize winning info, but oh, the time it has saved me!"

Drop me an e-mail to let me know what other learning guides you'd like to see on Search400.com. Deb Tart, assistant editor.

   General iSeries knowledge
   Development, programming and scripting languages
   Common commands
   DB2/database management
   Groupware & e-mail
   iSeries Glossary
   Break time – go ahead, you deserve it!


  General iSeries Knowledge  Return to Table of Contents


  Development and Programming  Return to Table of Contents


 Common Commands  Return to Table of Contents


DB2/Database Management  Return to Table of Contents


  Groupware & e-mail  Return to Table of Contents


  OS/400  Return to Table of Contents


  Security  Return to Table of Contents


  Web  Return to Table of Contents


Miscellaneous  Return to Table of Contents


 iSeries Glossary  Return to Table of Contents
Welcome to Search400.com's Glossary of iSeries terms and acronyms. Acronyms can seem like an entire language onto itself. Let us help to break the language barrier with our easy-to-understand definitions. Check out the glossary today, and if you have a term you'd like to have added, send us and e-mail.



Break time- Go ahead, you deserve it!  Return to Table of Contents
All work and no play, makes Joe iSeries a dull boy -– and we sure don't want that! We thought you might be interested in a bit of relaxation after exploring all of these cheat sheets.




This was first published in June 2004

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