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June 9, 2010 | Volume 5 Issue 6

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TOP STORY: Easily Transform Legacy Printouts into Excel Files
FEATURED NEWS: IBM Announces New Offerings to Help Organizations Drive Innovation While Managing Cost and Risk
NEWS HIGHLIGHT: Utilities 400 Boosts Business Intelligence Offering with ShowMe+
FORUM: 10 Years Too Late?
MC STORE: Top 10 Best-Selling Titles for May 2010
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Easily Transform Legacy Printouts into Excel Files

Using the unfairly dreaded POI-HSSF APIs and some easy-to-use procedures, create professional-looking Excel files from your legacy printouts quickly and easily!

rafael_victoria_preiraWritten by Rafael Victoria-Pereira

Modernizing applications is a recurring theme these days. Revamping applications with user-friendly screens, Web pages, or some other form of user interaction and providing apps that are more "up-to-date" than the good old green-screens is widely discussed online and offline. But what about the output produced by your legacy programs? Is it still an ugly printout?


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Featured News
 
IBM Announces New Offerings to Help Organizations Drive Innovation While Managing Cost and Risk

At the INNOVATE 2010 conference this week, IBM announced new software and services to help customers design and deliver advanced products leading a convergence of mechanical, electronic, and digital technologies. 

 
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Top 10 Best-Selling Titles for May 2010

  1. Advanced, Integrated RPG
  2. The Modern RPG IV Language, Fourth Edition
  3. Functions in Free-Format RPG IV
  4. SQL for eServer i5 and iSeries
  5. The Remote System Explorer
  6. IBM i5/iSeries Primer, Fourth Edition
  7. Complete CL, Fifth Edition
  8. IBM System i APIs at Work, Second Edition
  9. Free-Format RPG IV
  10. SQL Built-In Functions and Stored Procedures

 

 

 


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