That is true it is needed only during development. 

But, I do believe that if you buy ATDS, IBM has included the "server" stuff 
that is needed to run the STRCODE.  So if you have SEU, you most likely
have the STRCODE.  It only needs to be set up.  I believe you need a 
certain ICF file in your library list.. Don't ask me how it is set-up.  That is 
job of our Operations Manager and I had no part in it.

--  My Two Cents Worth
Scott P. Johnson
Highsmith Inc.
W5527 Hwy 106, PO BOX 800
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538-0800
TEL:  920-563-9571                FAX:  920-563-7395
From:   Chris Rehm[]
Sent:   Thursday, September 18, 1997 5:51 AM
Subject:        re: VaRPG

>               Yeah.  There is a STRCODE command on the AS/400.  :(

How fortunate I was that I always had that running anyway! I used Code/400
all the time so I would start it up as soon as I fired up my connections.
I guess I never thought about it being necessary for the VA RPG stuff. But
now that I think back, I do recall that I needed to pull up field lists
and stuff. 

But not for the run-time, right? That was just for the developer, right?

>Booth Martin       Contract Programming, Inc.

Chris Rehm
You have to ask yourself, "How often can I afford to be unexpectedly out of 
Get an AS/400.

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