• Subject: Re[2]: the roadmap
  • From: "Guy Murphy"<gmurphy@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Oct 97 13:35:21 -0600


        Go to the IBM AS/400 Online Library website: 
        
     http://as400bks.rochester.ibm.com/bookmgr/home.htm   
     
     for a copy of the Road Map.
     
        Click on the "Printable Books" tab under the "AS/400" in the title 
     at the top of the page.  In the second paragraph you click on a list 
     of books for V4R1 or V3R7.  These books are all downloadable .PDF 
     files and you need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to read or print them.  
     Fortunately in the first paragraph IBM put in a link to Adobe so you 
     can download Adobe's free Reader.
        The document ID for the book is SA41-5150-00 and the .PDF file 
     3.359 Mb in size.  This translates into 779 pages.  
        The Adobe Acrobat Reader seems to be a memory hog.  I run Win95 
     with 32 meg and I had to shut down everything to print the book and 
     then I had to print the book in segments of 50-100 pages.  A duplex 
     printer would have been nice.
     
     Guy Murphy         University of Illinois - UDIS
                        217-333-8670
                        murphyfa@uiuc.edu


     
     
     
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Subject: re: the roadmap 
Author:  <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com > at INTERNET 
Date:    10/16/97 7:25 PM
     
     
on 10/16/97at 09, the Great and Grand  Wazir "O'Connor, Peter H." 
<102736.3535@compuserve.com> said:
     
     
Booth does not like road map.
     
Every person I know that did not follow the road map has gotten into 
trouble.  
     
I mis-said it then.  I did not mean to say we are not following the 
roadmap  -  we are.  My point is that the road map does not agree with the 
ground that it maps.   
     
But today we may have learned why  -  our road map is for V3R6, dated 
September, 1996 and the machine is V4R1, shipped in October 1997.   We are 
not sure if there is a newer road map, but the 
people-that-know-these-things suspect there may be a newer road map.
     
     
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Booth Martin     
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