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Use context-specific prompting in WebSphere Development Studio Client to speed up your programming.
Written by Mike Faust
Have you ever forgotten the specific parameters required by an RPGLE function or a rarely used op code? Before you pull out the old RPGLE manual, there's an easier way. In this tip, I'll discuss how to use the context-sensitive prompting functionality built into WebSphere Development Studio Client and how to extend that functionality to make it even more useful.
IBM i programmers give web enabling with Presto two thumbs up. Presto is the most flexible IBM i Web GUI for green screens. Use it to web enable your green screen apps to different levels: • Instant modern Web GUI for all your IBM i green screen programs, O/S screens & 3rd party apps • Enhanced Web GUI with new UI elements & styling (date pickers, links, drop downs, etc) • Extended Web GUI with new functionality (additional fields and validation, Web Services…) Read the reviews or watch a video
Create database-interfaced Web applications for IBM i in five minutes—for free!
Written by PlanetJ Corporation
WOW CE 7.0 is a free rapid application development (RAD) tool for IBM i that can build robust Web applications or serve as a query and reporting tool similar to Query/400 or DB2 Web Query. It features dynamic runtime selection, drill-downs, and one-click MS Excel downloads that can be created by simply selecting a target database file. WOW applications are Web-based and can easily integrate with RPG for data access where desired. WOW CE requires Apache Tomcat or IBM WebSphere and can run on any Java-enabled system, including IBM i, Linux, or Windows.
On the IBM i server, we all store data that needs to be backed up in the Integrated File System (IFS). Are you struggling with a lack of flexibility for IFS backups because you have to back up the entire IFS? Would you like a more selective approach that allows you to save certain directories and files? How easy is it to restore specific IFS directories?