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Pretty much anything on the hardware/technical side. Some experience with Operating system installation/upgrade. Client Access configuration and connection. I cannot answer questions about RPG and/or application programs.
IBM Customer Engineer for 20 years, worked on AS400 from announcement until 'retired' in 1996. Have continued working on AS400/iSeries/i5 with an IBM Business Partner.
BS in Computers & Systems Engineering
IBM Certified Expert AS400 Design, Technical, Client Access, Windows Integration
I've always been a hardware 'monkey'. I enjoy working on these systems, upgrading them, and putting them together for the best performance and reliability.
The AS400/iSeries/i5/Power is one of IBM's best kept secrets. No other system can match it's versatility and reliability.
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Have you looked in the system error log to see if there are any other problems? You copied the load source disk to another drive and it was successful? If I understand your question, you were able
Manny; When an object is created, the 'Creation date' and 'Change date' are both updated. In the case of a program that is recompiled, the old object is generally deleted first, so the Create and Change
I would 'think' so, however, I do not have either a Win2008 server or V5R1 system to test with. The IFS structure and Netserver (the AS400 windows functionality) are pretty much the same between V5R1
Sorry, no. The Advanced 36 (236) was a special model of the AS400, kind of a cross between the two. It has been at least 10 years since I've worked on one, and I don't have access to a machine anymore
I don't know the current number-IBM doesn't publish that information. At one time, it was in excess of 750,000. It's probably down to under 500,000 now, but a lot of that is due to consolidation and partitioning