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Michael, when I was involved in moving a company from MVS to the ISeries, 
we did bring someone in to teach classes on our own system. They taught 
classes for programmers, systems programmers and operators. It worked very 
well, but that was 11 years ago. There are more options available now. 

For instance Virginia Western Community College has wonderful distance 
training or distance learning available for  the ISeries. Contact Diane 
Wolff at dwolff@xxxxxxxxxxxx

Coming from VSE they might like the green screens best. You can also use 
IBM PCOM3270 to emulate 5250's. They just have to learn to press F5!

Rebecca Perdue, Systems Programmer
City of Roanoke Department of Technology
215 W. Church Avenue, 4th Floor North
Roanoke, VA 24011
540/853-2942
Fax 540/853-6044
e-mail: Rebecca.Perdue@xxxxxxxxxxxxx




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Today's Topics:

   1. RE: F10 joblog key (Wilt, Charles)
   2. Adding Graphic to TL Ashford barcode label (Bob Kohlndorfer)
   3. RE: Where are JOBSCDE entries found (Elvis Budimlic)
   4. Re: QSH and Grep: searching multiple directories (Mark Allen)
   5. RE: Where are JOBSCDE entries found (Elvis Budimlic)
   6. Re: STRASPBAL Odd Behaviour (Larry Bolhuis)
   7. advice on training for operators new to iSeries?
      (Michael Rosinger)
   8. Re: advice on training for operators new to iSeries?
      (Darrell A Martin)
   9. RE: MIDRANGE-L Digest, Vol 5, Issue 2191 (Arco Simonse)
  10. RE: SF99312, V5R4 WebSphere 6.0 Group PTF (Norbut, Jim)


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message: 1
date: Fri, 10 Nov 2006 14:02:48 -0500
from: "Wilt, Charles" <CWilt@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: F10 joblog key

Is the job configured to have a joblog?



Charles Wilt
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iSeries Systems Administrator / Developer
Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America
ph: 513-573-4343
fax: 513-398-1121
 

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[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of TJ Lovato
Sent: Friday, November 10, 2006 12:24 PM
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Subject: F10 joblog key



I have a request at my new employ, to enable the F10 key to 
view joblog.  I
have never seen it disabled.  Anyone know how to re-enable 
the F10 key to
view job logs?

thanxz
tj

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message: 2
date: Fri, 10 Nov 2006 13:40:46 -0600
from: "Bob Kohlndorfer" <bkohlndorfer@xxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Adding Graphic to TL Ashford barcode label

I have a currently working barcode label that prints an item number on it
along with the date.

I want to add a graphic to the label.

I have uploaded the graphic and modified the label to include the graphic.
When I test print the label the graphic is included on top of the right 
most
part of the Item number barcode.

When I try and use the programs to generate the label the graphic is not
included.

I know it is using the modified version of the label design because I also
moved the date to make room for the graphic and the labels now have the 
date
moved.

Is there a problem because the barcode and graphic could overlap?

The item number is a 15 character field but the longest value in the file 
is
only 11 so in reality I should have room for my graphic without any 
overlay.

 

Any ideas in what I am missing?

 

Thanks,

Bob Kohlndorfer

 



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message: 3
date: Fri, 10 Nov 2006 13:45:10 -0600
from: "Elvis Budimlic" <ebudimlic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: Where are JOBSCDE entries found

I've done something like it and source is public; check out:

http://www.centerfieldtechnology.com...stions.asp#Q74

Inside the link is link to the source you'd need.

HTH

Elvis

-----Original Message-----
 Subject: Re: Where are JOBSCDE entries found

Thanks for the responses.  I found an example program here: 
http://dbg400.net/cgi-bin/twiki/view/DBG400/ApiQWCLSCDE
and I'll try to use that to gather the data we need.

Steven Morrison




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message: 4
date: Fri, 10 Nov 2006 14:46:37 -0500
from: "Mark Allen" <scprideandms@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: QSH and Grep: searching multiple directories

Thanks got it..........

On 11/10/06, Alfredo Delgado <adelgado@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I'm not seeing an option on grep for fullpath in qsh so I came up with
this:
find /home/t2web/includes/##usr -exec grep -l 'abcdef' {} ';'

Leave off the trailing / on your starting path of you'll get
/home/t2web/includes/##usr//foo/bar/file.txt

YMMV, there may be a more elegant way to do it.

Thanks,
Alfred


Alfredo Delgado wrote:

You can pass a recursive switch like: grep -r 'abcdef'
/home/t2web/includes/##usr/*

However, if you just want the filenames you can use: grep -lr 'abcdef'
/home/t2web/includes/##usr/*

Thanks,
Alfred

Mark Allen wrote:



I have a need to search a directory for any files containing a 
specific
string (example below)

grep 'abcdef'  /home/t2web/includes/##usr/*.*

This works fine EXCEPT it doesn't search any of the subdirectories 
(and
then
any subdirs under those subdirs, etc.----> DON"T ASK WHY)

Newbie at this and quick search did not show (or at least I didn't see
it)
but is there a switch or another parm that I could add so that it 
would
do
the subdirs...



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message: 5
date: Fri, 10 Nov 2006 13:55:34 -0600
from: "Elvis Budimlic" <ebudimlic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: Where are JOBSCDE entries found

Sorry, link got truncated:

http://www.centerfieldtechnology.com/asktheexpert_viewquestions.asp#Q74

-----Original Message-----
 Subject: RE: Where are JOBSCDE entries found

I've done something like it and source is public; check out:

http://www.centerfieldtechnology.com...stions.asp#Q74

Inside the link is link to the source you'd need.

HTH

Elvis

-----Original Message-----
 Subject: Re: Where are JOBSCDE entries found

Thanks for the responses.  I found an example program here: 
http://dbg400.net/cgi-bin/twiki/view/DBG400/ApiQWCLSCDE
and I'll try to use that to gather the data we need.

Steven Morrison







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