Your green screens can be hard to learn, unintuitive, and incompatible with Web and mobile devices, leaving employees frustrated and unproductive. Transform those text-based screens into a modern user interface with Rocket LegaSuite Web UI. Rocket LegaSuite Web UI is cost-effective and easy to use, there's no rewriting or changing your existing code. For a limited time, we’re offering to turn your data and applications into new, easy-to-use Web interfaces—completely free. Get started now!
You won't change user perceptions if the UI stinks.
Written by Steve Pitcher
My company is going through a wholesale ERP migration. At this point, we've gone live with accounts payable and general ledger of a new ERP system that runs side by side with the traditional RPG-based green-screen applications. It's a bit of a process of course, moving it piecemeal. Some things can go easily. Some take a bit more work. With that being said, it's amazing how many times I hear the word “iSeries” in the run of a week.
Your IBM i RPG applications are the lifeblood of your business. But with old fashioned green-screens, they are the old brown shoes of your business.
ASNA Wings puts a modern Web user interface on your RPG applications quickly and easily. Wings quickly adds power and pizzazz to your IBM i RPG portfolio. Learn how in our free June 22nd, 1pm CDT Webcast.
There are some voices that say the IBM i might be declining as a platform. Profound Logic CEO Alex Roytman is not one of them.
Written by John Ghrist
The maturing of the IBM i market has been with us for some years, but the quality of that maturation sparks debate. Does the platform's current state, along with such other factors as IBM's boosting of Watson, mean the IBM i has reached a point in its life cycle where decline is inevitable, or has it simply reached an equilibrium at which it will continue to thrive for the foreseeable future?
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Modern, web-based applications can make your Enterprise more efficient, connected and engaged. This session will demonstrate how the Profound UI framework is the best and most native way to convert your existing RPG applications and develop new modern applications for your business. Additionally, you will learn how you can address modernization across your Enterprise, including databases and legacy source code, with Profound Logic.
We will demonstrate how Profound UI:
Goes beyond simple screen-scraping to truly modernize your RPG applications
Uses RPG Open Access and your own RPG code and development talent to modernize
Supports rapid development with an easy-to-use, drag-and-drop Designer
Integrates with our on-the-fly modernization, mobile development, and Enterprise Modernization solutions
IBM has provided us with two powerful and very exciting security enhancements in the last two versions of IBM i.
Scott Forstie of IBM joins Carol Woodbury to demonstrate and describe the V7R2 feature called Row and Column Access Control (RCAC), which extends how you define which users have access to specific rows in a database file. RCAC also provides a way to mask data for all or selected users.
The recently released V7R3 adds Authority Collection. Authority Collection provides organizations and vendors with the ability to know exactly what authority is required to perform a task, eliminating the guesswork. Gone is the need to set *PUBLIC authority on database files to *ALL or to automatically grant service accounts *ALLOBJ special authority just because you’re unsure of what authority is required.
Watch Scott and Carol as they discuss these and other new security features delivered in V7R2 and V7R3.
Automate Process Flow Through the Data Center Typical “computerized” business processes are a combination of multiple schedulers, operational scripts, CL programs, and manual file checking, all backed up with the trusty runbook. Is there a better way to manage business processes? It is a common misconception that a business process cannot be automated if it’s too complicated or requires that someone verify each step. We’re here to tell you there is a better way to manage your business—process automation is possible! Take 30 minutes to learn the options for automating your business process flow and how they fit into your data center processing, including cases of:
Complex or iterative schedules
Dynamically calculated parameters
SAP and Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne integration
How do I know business process automation is effective? If you have any doubts that automating complex business processes will improve your level of service, you’ll also hear a success story from the senior systems administrator at Trident Seafoods who embraced automation using the Robot solution and is reeling in the benefits!
This 30-minute recording demystifies Linux on Power, AIX, and VIOS and teaches best practice techniques for maintaining and controlling critical processes and applications running on your Linux, AIX, and VIOS environments.