RPG CODE EXAMPLE – “Write to joblog” in Free Format RPGLE Write to the IBM i joblog is a neat way of recording details of any running jobs information. This example lets us send messages from inside a running RPG program. It’s simple using one of IBM’s API’s – QMHSNDPM – and this source code

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RPG CODE EXAMPLE – “Write to joblog” in RPG with Qp0zLprintf Write to joblog lets us send messages from inside a running RPG program. It’s simple using one of IBM’s API’s – Qp0zLprintf Qp0zLprintf() — Print Formatted Job Log DataThe Qp0zLprintf () function prints user data specified by format-string as an information message type to the

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Lets look at an example RPG program talking to a webservice As an RPG Programmer you are probably writing a ton of code to talk to remote webservices out there in internet land. If you are just learning webservice programming, it can seem like a daunting exercise. So, to help you with your first steps

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RPG CODE EXAMPLE – “Write to joblog” Write to joblog lets us send messages from inside a running RPG program. It’s simple using one of IBM’s API’s – Qp0zLprintf I’ve used this little technique for ever. Simple define a procedure calling the API (in this example I call it “writejoblog”) and then in your mainline code

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THE AID BYTE IS A SINGLE CHARACTER FIELD THAT CONTAINS A HEX CODE THAT WILL TELL YOU EXACTLY WHAT THE USER PRESSED ON THE SCREEN – IE: ENTER OR PF3 OR PF12 OR ‘WHATEVER’ The File Information Data Structure is has all kinds of very cool information stored in it. It makes any programmers life

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What is a load all subfile? A load all subfile is one in which we generally specify the subfile size as 9999 in the record format itself. However, you may define the subfile size to be less than 9999 in the record format and still load all your subfile at a time. In that situation

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