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April 17, 2009 | Vol 6 Issue 15

 

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Sponsor - T.L. Ashford & Associates
 
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Ashford's Barcode400 has been the dependable choice for the industry since 1983. With Barcode400's newly enhanced Graphic Designer no “green screen” interaction is needed for label design. New features include: AFP/HP-compatible printing, easy-to-use graphics import tool, test print to desktop printer, simple font download tool, updated drivers and format listing reports. Even compliance labeling is made easy with design templates. Call 800-541-4893 to order your Fully-Functional, FREE Trial Software or visit us at  T.L. Ashford & Associates.

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Feature Article - TechTip
 
TechTip: Tired of Your Green Screen? Reverse the Image!

Sometimes, you want a white background instead of the standard "green-screen."

sam_lennon.pngBy Sam Lennon

By default, iSeries Access is "green-screen," green text on a black background. But there are times when a white background is desirable. This tip walks you through setting up a "reverse-image" session definition where the background is white.


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Feature Article - Internet
 
Keeping Up with Today's Youth Can Be Risky

Social networking sites have proven to be incredibly popular, but they also are proving to be less than secure.

chris_smith.jpgBy Chris Smith

You have to be agile to keep up with teenagers if you're well into middle age, but you should give credit to those of us who are making an effort. For instance, having Twitter and Facebook accounts is one way to stay in the groove with the Web 2.0 crowd. But you have to be a little careful when you're out there mingling with the hoi polloi.


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Advertorial - Help/Systems
 
Partner TechTip: Coordinating Events in the Network Is Error-Prone

Eliminate lag time when scheduling across platforms.

tom_huntington.jpgBy Tom Huntington

What are some of the network events that make or break your nightly processing schedule? Is it a file arriving, a service starting, or a daemon ending? Have you missed a service-level agreement (SLA) because of one of these events? Does your team schedule the various events based on time?


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