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How To Build A SRVPGM Using The Command Line

Dated: 2012-04-24 00:43:05

Journaling a Physical File on IBM iSeries Using STRJRNPF

Dated: 2012-03-03 04:32:18

Remove The Owner From An OMW Project

Dated: 2011-09-15 03:21:24
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2997 day(s) ago   #57
Name: TZAdmin
Category: AS400
Location: Singapore
Date: 2012-04-24 00:43:05


How To Build A SRVPGM Using The Command Line

The other day we had an issue with building a full package for one of our EnterpriseOne installations. The issue was related to not having the same tools release active on both the Deployment Server and the Enterprise Server.

However, I found something rather interesting. You can build an individual package DLL or SRVPGM on the System i (AS400, iSeries, i) using the command line.

According to Oracle Support Doc ID 630044.1 you could use the CRTCMOD command. However, this may error because “any object that has a #include for jde.h will not be found”.

The correct steps you must use to compile a DLL or SRVPGM using the command line is below:
Add the EnterpriseOne system library using the following:

1.addlible e811sys

2.call builddll
Hopefully, this will help you if you ever need to build a DLL or SVRPGM using the command line.
Source: e1Tips.com
3049 day(s) ago   #50
Name: CNC Folk
Category: AS400
Location: India
Date: 2012-03-03 04:32:18


Journaling a Physical File on IBM iSeries Using STRJRNPF

We have a system that needs to interface directly with some EnterpriseOne Files. This system is written in Java and seems to be very difficult to change any JDBC settings to not use commitment control.
Anyway, to get around this issue, we started journaling the physical file that the JDBC command was trying to update using the following command:

3219 day(s) ago   #15
Name: TechZone Admin
Category: AS400
Location: Sing
Date: 2011-09-15 03:21:24


Remove The Owner From An OMW Project

DELETE FROM sy811/f98221 WHERE PUOMWUSER =’userid’ AND PUOMWPRJID LIKE ‘%projectname%’
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