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Examples using RPGLE, SQL, DDS & DDL tables, Indexes, PHP, Web services and more, All on the IBM i.
- create XML from RPG read as EXCELThis program produces the below spreadsheet. It writes […]
- Using QWCRSVAL to change password (QSYCHGPW)The Retrieve System Values (QWCRSVAL) API lets you […]
- Working examples of API’sThe term Application Programming Interface (API) can […]
- Refresh IBM i test partitionTo start we are running bot a production (MM) & […]
- using QWCCVTDT to get UTC timeUTC time can be used when queuing data. In a project […]
- DATAQData queues are a type of system object (type *DTAQ) […]
- STRTOK – reading single field/ multiple values by delimiterC provides a number of string functions that can be […]
- Encrypting DataEncrypting data using system API Required Parameter […]
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