We have worked with several clients moving to V8. One of the key elements
is to make sure that you do a capacity plan an performance analysis of the
workloads that will be required on the new version vs the previous version.
The last thing you want is for your AS/400 Interactive or batch
requirements to increase and not have the resources on the system to keep
up. We have been able to help the clients determine if they need to add
memory or CPU resources to keep up with the requirements of the new version
PRIOR to implementation and keep the surprises down to a minimum.

Mitchell K. Kleinman
Executive Vice President
CCS - an IBM Premier Business Partner
949-476-0874 (Main)
949-261-3298 (Direct)
949-261-9164 (Office Fax)
425-940-1954 (eFax)

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hi everyone
 we are on v6.04 and thinking on going to v8.2
is any one willing to share experience of going to a  client server
pros and cons
time of conversion
training of users
problem with connection to client (computability to win -95/98/me/2000/xp)
would very much appreciate your comments on/off line
and even to speak to anyone working on v8 and upwards
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