View Full Version : Looking for a discontinued IBM Redbook - GG24-3304
01-09-2007, 01:20 PM
elizabeth: dontknow if this is the same or similar with a different title, but try this redbook.  AS/400 Advanced 36 SSP 7.5 and OS/400 V3R6: Coexistence Examples (http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg244559.html?Open) *Abstract ** This redbook is intended for the System/36 SSP customer considering moving to OS/400. Now is the time to do this with the availability of the AS/400 Advanced 36. The Advanced 36 enables SSP and OS/400 applications and operating environments to coexist and share resources on the same system configuration. This document contains cookbook examples for configuring SSP and OS/400 to run on the same system, enabling the SSP user to use OS/400 Ethernet and advanced technology communication support, Client Access/400, Facsimile Support for OS/400, electronic distribution of SSP PTFs, and enabling data access between SSP and OS/400. The redbook is intended to get a function operational as quickly as possible.Some basic understanding of SSP and OS/400 is assumed. You are referred to the formal AS/400 Advanced 36 SSP Release 7.5 and OS/400 Version 3 Release 6 publications for additional details where appropriate.
01-10-2007, 02:59 AM
Elizabeth: While you're looking for the manual, post your questions to this forum (and others). Many of us have dealt with the 36 Environment and conversions so you can get assistance this way as well. Also, there are a few vendors that sell software to help you convert. Good luck.
01-17-2007, 06:43 AM
I do have this book. If you want it I will send it to you. But you will have to pay for postage/shipping.
01-17-2007, 06:43 AM
Hello, I'm looking for: GG24-3304 Converting System/36 Environment Applications to Native AS/400 Does anyone have a copy of this kicking around that they no longer have need for? IBM does not have it available as an option for download/purchase and they did not provide any newer references. Or does anyone recommend any other books/educational sources of how to approach this process? I have printed up quite a few older forums posts and been hunting for articles already, but any information source is appreciated. Thank you, Elizabeth
01-10-2008, 09:35 PM
If the Redbook is still available, I'd be happy to pay for postage to have it sent to me.
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