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Date :17 July 2007
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Joe Pluta - WDSC Basics, Volume 2 The first tutorial in this series showed you how to configure your workbench to provide the best System i editing environment. However, before you can actually do any work, you'll need to connect to your System i host. The connection process has a few quirks (such as
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