RE:     Can't Find QSYSINC

>Hi All
>Midrange Computing's December issue has an article in it called "RPGIV and the 
>IFS".  In 
>the article they mention the "header file in the QSYSINC library".  I went 
>looking for the 
>file, but I couldn't even find the library.  Is this on the RISC machines 
>only?  We are on 
>a F45 and at V3R2.
>I believe I could try the example programs without the file, but would like to 
>check out 
>these header files.
>Thanks.
>M J Whitcomb


M J 
Hey I read that article (like he said it's mostly based on Ray Bills
presentation from COMMON - Good presentation, Nice Guy)
I keyed it in, and it works!!!!!!!!    In 18 years of writing RPG
I finally wrote a program that directly Reads from and can Write to an
ASCII PC file.  I started playing around reading an .XLS file type and
an .DIF file type,  in Debug watching the "records" coming in.  
Weird stuff (with a captial 'W'),  Annnnyway, I wrote (like it shows)
to a comma dilimited file (.CSV) in a named directory in the IFS and 
then brought it up with Excel.   

If you don't 'See'  QSYSINC it still might be there.  Are you authorized
to it??  It was on our machine (V3R2).

It's a whole new world boys and girls.  The IFS is in EVERBODY's future.
Now then, I can't wait till Notes and Java are native.  I may at least
be able to interact with their files with RPG.

(Jon P. if you're listening.  I did it!! Thanks for the help)

John Carr
EdgeTech
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