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WebSphere Development Studio Client (WDSC) is a set of application development tools designed for the IBM (International Business Machines) iSeries server. The WDSC basic edition offers user-friendly, easy-to-learn tools to help providers optimize ... Continue Reading
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Kisco Systems i2S3 allows transfer of data from the AS/400 to Amazon S3 storage in the cloud. With familiar CL commands, the product is easy to use, and can fill storage needs. The danger is the security of S3 cloud storage, with no guarantee from ... Continue Reading
Find out how to create XML documents from SQL data and how to store XML documents as SQL data WITHOUT CODING. Continue Reading
Follow these steps to enable the SSL protocol for the IBM HTTP Server for iSeries. Continue Reading
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Learn how to take an existing RPG and CL program you've created and Web-enable them with the Web Interaction wizard in WDSC. Continue Reading
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Learn how to use the CGI API, Write Standard Output (QtmhWrStout) to make a visual browser interface in segments, and use the COBOL STRING command to develop the segments. Then see how the Out-Data field is filled in, and how a PERFORM of the ... Continue Reading
Learn how to get started on developing a Web interface from the AS/400 in COBOL starting with a logon page. Includes code samples for CGI APIs and library and DDS instructions. Continue Reading
Modernizing one of the most efficient interfaces ever designed may be a bit tricky. On the AS/400, application modernization means making the best use out of your existing application programs and especially your application programmers. Joe Pluta ... Continue Reading