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Hello,
Sorry, but i don't understand what this claim means:
"Cos you _really_ need to put SEU in your past!"
Why we need to put SEU in our past? Should this mean, that SEU stops work
with the next release of IBM i OS ?

Kindly Regards
Roman

On Tue, Aug 9, 2022 at 10:58 PM Jon Paris <jon.paris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Those of you who are still stuck with SEU due the price of RDi might be
interested in seeing what Liam's IBM i extension can do for you. Cos you
_really_ need to put SEU in your past!

Check it out here:
https://twitter.com/code/status/1557089255335333894?s=21&t=RmvMSdpcLerRP3FIPMgD_Q
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https://twitter.com/code/status/1557089255335333894?s=21&t=RmvMSdpcLerRP3FIPMgD_Q



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