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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' › Send the output for affected objects to a DB File

August 23rd, 2012 Comments off
Another request we felt made a lot of sense for the JRNMASTER list affected objects program was to allow the output to be written straight to a file instead of displaying through a panel group. So you can now run the request against a receiver and it will create the output in a DB file [...]


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Simply 'i' › How to see what locks are against an IFS object.

July 16th, 2012 Comments off
I had been looking around for a method to find out who was locking a specific IFS object, the problem came to light after some new programs we were developing crashed before closing the files (I thought when a program ended the file would be automatically released, but it looks like that may not be [...]


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Simply 'i' › iAMP Server and Server Certificates

March 19th, 2012 Comments off
We had been asked by a prospect for iAMP how they should go about configuring and installing SSL Certificates for the iAMP server. They had already found some information about creating and installing the certificates as it pertained to other platforms but not for the IBM i. Here is a link to the information we [...]


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