MAGAZINES

MC Press Resource Centers
MC Systems Insight
MC Power Technology Manager
MC RPG Developer
MC Power Developer
MC TNT Tips 'n Techniques
MC AIX Expert
MC Linux Expert
MC Mobile on Power

April 24, 2009 | Vol 6 Issue 16

 

In This Issue:

Sponsor - Business Computer Design
 

Reach your IBM i Web Modernization goals - Faster & more Affordably with BCD. With Presto, green screen apps are quickly Web enabled & robust functionality added: Links, Images, Google Maps, Drop downs…. With WebSmart (ILE or PHP), new IBM i centric or open source, multi-platform Web apps are quickly developed. Prove it all with your staff or BCD’s - Start it all on a Free Trial or Live Web Demo.


Read More >>

Feature Article - Programming
 
The CL Corner: Testing Your CL Program Error-Handling

Register and use the Command Analyzer Retrieve exit point.

bruce_vining.jpgBy Bruce Vining

I recently received a note from Phillip M., asking about the availability of APIs to aid in his testing of CL programs. In part, he says, "The commands generate CPF, BRM, and LNT message id's. I can't duplicate hardly any of the errors that will come up and I need to test the CL thoroughly before I put it into production. I really need the MONMSG command to pick up what I throw at it."

 

Having had similar needs in the past--how to generate specific failure conditions for testing purposes--I can readily understand his need. And I suspect some of you reading this article feel likewise. Fortunately, there is a fairly easy way to accomplish his objective (assuming that your system is at V4R5 or later).


Read More >>


Sponsor - The MC Press Bookstore
 

IBM System i APIs at Work, Second Edition: In this latest edition of the best-selling API reference, acclaimed expert Bruce Vining completely rewrites the book on APIs. With over 700 information-packed pages this is the ultimate API guide and a must-have for any professional working with System i (AS/400, i5/iSeries). Get your copy today!


Read More >>

Feature Article - Application Software
 
VMware Announces Enhanced Virtualization Infrastructure

VMware vSphere 4 promises a far faster and more robust virtual platform with editions for businesses of all sizes.

chris_smith.jpgBy Chris Smith

VMware has introduced a groundbreaking upgrade to its operating system and suite of tools that increases performance to such an extent that there is now little downside to operating in a virtual environment, given all the reliability, management, and cost benefits to running VMware on x86 servers.

 

VMware vSphere 4, which has been in beta and operating in test environments at a number of companies, was formally announced this week by VMware and is expected to be released for general availability before the end of June. 


Read More >>

Support MC Press - Visit our Sponsors

 

Forums Sponsor

 

 Popular Forums

POPULAR FORUMS

Forums

 

Search Sponsor
  
 

 Popular Searches

POPULAR SEARCHES

Search


Read More >>
   MC-STORE.COM