Make your life easier by enabling the cut, copy, and paste shortcut keys in iSeries Access.
by Sam Lennon
Say what you like about Windows; it has added a significant level of consistency across applications that many rely on. I love the efficiency of the Windows shortcut keys for cut, copy, and paste (Ctrl+X, Ctrl+C, and Ctrl+V, respectively), and I use them in many applications instead of clicking on icons in the tool bar or clicking on the Edit menu. Since these keys work consistently across virtually all Windows applications, you get into the habit of using them everywhere.
Can you provide remote database access from IBM i?
By Tom Huntington
Where is your business data? Is it all in IBM i DB2, or do you have data in MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, or maybe an Oracle database? Do you need to consolidate this data across DB2 partitions? Does your current reporting and data access solution consolidate and provide instant access to this remote data?