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August 20, 2008 | Vol 7 Issue 16

 

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Sponsor - T.L. Ashford & Associates
 
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Feature Article - Programming
 
Picking the Right Partner for RPG

With all the options available, are you in danger of being blinded by application development science?

joe_pluta.jpgBy Joe Pluta

RPG is no longer a standalone language. Gone are the days of learning RPG alone; you have to interface with the larger IT environment. If you read forums or mailing lists or blogs in the i community, you'll find an almost endless variety of options for exposing your RPG business logic, ranging from the latest tools, like EGL, to some of the more venerable options, such as Net.Data. If you're not careful, you could find yourself falling down the technology rabbit hole, chasing options like PHP or even Python.


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Feature Article - Programming
 
The API Corner: Finding All *SRVPGMs on the System

Do you know how to use the Open List of Objects (QGYOLOBJ) API?

bruce_vining.jpgBy Bruce Vining

This article is the third in a series that discusses how to find all *PGMs and *SRVPGMs that have a specific *MODULE bound into them. Before reading this article, you may find it beneficial to review the two prior articles, "Module, Module, Who's Got My Module?" and "Finding Modules in a *SRVPGM." While the stated intent is to find all uses of a given module, the actual purpose of this series of articles is to introduce the concepts and proper use of two types of system APIs: List and Open List.


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