November 2, 2022
- LEAD ARTICLE: SQL 101: DML Recap—Joining Tables, Part 2
- FEATURED ARTICLE: Input/Output Using Free Format, Part 2
- NEWS HIGHLIGHT: IBM Delivers Enhanced Data Resilience and Sustainability for "New Wave" Hyperscalers with the IBM Diamondback Tape Library
- FEATURED NEWS: IBM Grants a Total of $5 Million in-kind to Bolster Schools' Cybersecurity Preparedness
- WHITE PAPER: Progressive Web Apps: Create a Universal Experience Across All Devices
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- EVENT: iCON - WPCPA Spring Conference 2023
Once you get the hang of this, you’ll be joining tables left and right (pun intended).
By Rafael Victória-Pereira
We’ve discussed the INNER JOIN, which is similar to the IMPLICIT JOIN you’re probably used to using. Now let’s complicate things a bit! Don’t worry; it’s not that hard.
To perform workstation input and output in free format, you use the same methods as in fixed format. Click here to read Input/Output Using Free Format, Part 1.
By Jim Martin
Editor's Note: This article is excerpted from chapter 5 of Free-Format RPG IV: Third Edition, by Jim Martin.
To perform workstation input and output in free format, you use the same methods as in fixed format. The only difference is where you place the operation code and parameters in the free-format source statement.
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IBM Delivers Enhanced Data Resilience and Sustainability for "New Wave" Hyperscalers with the IBM Diamondback Tape Library
Increased data density in a smaller footprint extends tape's addressable market to a new category of enterprise data aggregators
IBM is extending its comprehensive portfolio of data resilience solutions with the introduction of the IBM Diamondback Tape Library, a high-density archival storage solution that is physically air-gapped to help protect against ransomware and other cyber threats in hybrid cloud environments.