So that everything works fine for you. When you extract it would ask for the language. When you use the setup.exe after the extraction it should not prompt you with any thing.you will see the installers at the end of the installation but those are automated. If you still need help with it I can help you. drop me a line at [email protected] ...
IBM i/AS400 Active Directory Integration. The IBM AS/400 Server, renamed as 'eServer iSeries/400,' is a mid-range server designed for use in small businesses and departments in large enterprises. It has now been improved to work well in distributed networks.
Dec 12, 2007 · 1. from as400 screen, i alt+tab to go excel screen. 2. i copy the text from a cell in excel. 3. alt+tab to go as400 screen. 4. paste. 5. alt+tab again to go excel screen. 6. copy another text. 7. alt+tab to go as400 screen & paste. I'm doing this over & over again..I need a macro to fasten my work. Thanks, Pinat
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There are a few ways around this, but the one I prefer is to use an object factory class or singleton to dispense connections. If you are working on Windows Forms then you can get away with creating a "global" variable to hold the AS400System, while on ASP.Net you can use a pool of objects and a singleton dispenser.
Double-click the TN5250icon on your desktop or start menu. A window opens up that says "TN5250 Quick-Connect" and asks you a number of questions. To keep things simple, just type the name of your AS/400 in the "Host to connect to" box, and click Ok.
Oct 09, 2007 · Am I wrong? Can somebody give me a few words? Thanks, Angelot (1) iSeries is just a "rebranding" (ie renaming) of the AS400 under the larger eServer family of IBM servers. (2) It is doubtful the AS400 is being used just to "translate IP datagrams on an X.25 dedicated line". There must be some other application the AS400 is being used for.