The last tip in this series discusses creating PDF files using the open-source FPDI product.
Written by Jan Jorgensen
We all know that companies have a lot of predefined letters that contain logos, special forms, and such, and it is always a challenge for us as programmers to fit our data into these predefined letters. Sometimes we just re-create the letter, and if changes occur, we start over again in order to make things look nice. But wouldn't it be great if we could put all our efforts into the data processing instead of the design of letters and forms?
The company's release of its new DDS Conversion Module into general availability heralds a new day in the chronicles of IBM i modernization.
Written by Chris Smith
For developers who want to preserve the integrity of the IBM i platform while performing a transformative modernization on their applications, Profound Logic last week released one of the most intriguing solutions to date using IBM's Rational Open Access for RPG.
Crossroads' SPHiNX and Robot/SAVE team up to automate your IBM i backup solution.
Written by Tom Huntington
For years, many of us have wondered when tape technology would become a thing of the past. Many data center managers have dreamt of the time when there's no need for tape racks, offsite tape storage, and media couriers. They have wanted to eliminate operator intervention for media errors, out-of-tape issues, locked tapes, and active file errors.