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We continue our quest to create an RPG program that "talks" to your PC application.
Written by Rafael Victoria-Pereira
In a previous tip in this series, I described how to use ADO to call an RPG program from a VB application. Now, I'll detail the fundamental aspects of that RPG program. First, a quick recap: in our scenario, there's a VB application that requires data about a client's debt status. This data resides on a System i within the same network. The data cannot be retrieved via a simple query because a set of business rules is associated with it (the part about the debt limit for the client). The VB application is calling the RPG program via ADO, using a list of parameters (see the table in the previous article).
If your company is still using pre-printed checks, you may be throwing money down the drain.
Written by MC Press News Staff
Editor's note: This article introduces ACOM Solutions' iSeries-native electronic payment software, EZPayManager/400, which is available for a free 30-day trial from the MC Software Center.
Where is your company on the payment-processing continuum? Still using pre-printed checks? Do you wish that you could do more with electronic payments or envision transitioning your vendors to ACH payments?
The battle of escalating issues quickly for resolution has two parts. Half of the battle is getting the message to the correct person to handle the issue: Who should you notify? Who is responsible for the problem? Who is the expert? The other half of the battle is solving the issue as quickly as possible: Who knows the right answer? Who has the authority to handle the issue? Who is available?