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February 16, 2011 | Volume 10 Issue 4

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TOP STORY: An Open-Source DB2 SQL Graphical Tool That You Can Use for All Your Databases
FEATURED ARTICLE: Create an MD5 Hash Using RPG and SQL
NEWS HIGHLIGHT: IBM and WAC to Streamline Creation of Mobile Application Stores
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Feature Article - Programming
 
An Open-Source DB2 SQL Graphical Tool That You Can Use for All Your Databases

Install SQuirreL SQL client to run interactive SQL on your IBM i.

tom_snyderWritten by Tom Snyder

As you start using embedded SQL more frequently within your RPG code, you'll soon find that your SQL statements are becoming larger and larger and the interactive SQL tool on the green-screen starts becoming quite cumbersome. In this article, I will introduce Squirrel SQL, which is an open-source SQL client that gives you not only a better interface to your DB2 database, but also access to numerous other databases.


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Feature Article - Programming
 
Create an MD5 Hash Using RPG and SQL

Using an MD5 hash offers potential integration, performance, and security benefits.

Written by Michael Sansoterra

When developing modern applications or enhancing legacy ones, an RPG or DB2 routine may need to apply an MD5 hash to application data. Fortunately, IBM i/OS offers a machine interface operation called CIPHER to make the task of implementing MD5 relatively simple.


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