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Simply i › SAVSECDTA timing?

October 23rd, 2014 Comments off
We are looking at how to manage the recovery of profiles and passwords in an environment where the profiles cannot be managed constantly. When using our HA4i product we have the ability to constantly maintain the user profiles and passwords … Continue reading


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Simply i › New Product Library Vault, Why?

October 20th, 2014 Comments off
We have just announced the availability of a new product, Library Vault for IBM i (LVLT4i) which is aimed primarily at the Managed Service Providers. The product allows the replication of data and objects from *SYSBAS on a clients system … Continue reading


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Simply 'i' › Playing around with LOB objects

October 19th, 2012 Comments off
As part of the new features we are adding to the HA4i product we needed to build a test bed to make sure the LOB processing we had developed would actually work. I have to admit I was totally in the dark when it comes to LOB fields in a database! So we had a [...]


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Simply 'i' › Playing around with LOB objects

October 19th, 2012 Comments off
As part of the new features we are adding to the HA4i product we needed to build a test bed to make sure the LOB processing we had developed would actually work. I have to admit I was totally in the dark when it comes to LOB fields in a database! So we had a [...]


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Simply 'i' › HA4i and IFS Journal entry replay

October 12th, 2012 Comments off
One of the features we have been working on recently is the ability to replay journal entries generated by IFS activity. The HA4i product does support the replay of IFS journal entries but only via the *IBM (APYJRNCHG) apply process. Having seen the improvements we had gained by implementing our own apply process for DB [...]


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Simply 'i' › HA4i and IFS Journal entry replay

October 12th, 2012 Comments off
One of the features we have been working on recently is the ability to replay journal entries generated by IFS activity. The HA4i product does support the replay of IFS journal entries but only via the *IBM (APYJRNCHG) apply process. Having seen the improvements we had gained by implementing our own apply process for DB [...]


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Simply 'i' › HA4i running in production and performance is better than expected

October 1st, 2012 Comments off
HA4i Version 7.1 was announced a few weeks ago now and we have been upgrading the current HA4i V6R1 customers to the latest version. After a few initial teething problems we are seeing a big improvement in the performance of the new apply process over the existing APYJRNCHG process. The main reason for this is [...]


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Simply 'i' › New command to save selected objects to a save file

September 6th, 2012 Comments off
Every wanted to be able select a number of objects from within a library and save them to a save file! Well are always saving different objects from libraries to save files so we did. As we are always saving a selective number of objects from a single library, having to type in each individual [...]


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Simply 'i' › Trigger capabilities for new apply process within HA4i

August 23rd, 2012 Comments off
We had not realized the new apply process for HA4i version 7.1 did not have the trigger support built in, the IBM apply which uses the APYJRNCHG commands did not need to be told to ignore trigger requests it just did it! So we had to build a new trigger disable and enable process into [...]


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Simply 'i' › New tool to display the affected objects in a journal receiver

August 22nd, 2012 Comments off
Ever wanted to know what objects have been updated in a particular journal receiver? Well we had a couple of requests from clients saying they would. So we have built a new option in the JRNMASTER tool which will allow you to display the objects as well as some other important information. The tool simply [...]


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