• Subject: Re: Procedures
  • From: "Joe Teff" <jteff19@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 29 Jul 1999 10:27:31 -0500

>>>I am just now starting to learn how to create procedures.
>>>I have downloaded the CGIDEV library from IBM and have studied the usage
of
>>>their procedures.
>>>I would like to start creating my own but I have a few questions?
>>>I can generate the source but where do I go from here?
>>>I would like specifics


>>First, are you talking Stored Procedures, or, ILE RPG procedures?

Rob asks a good question. My response below is based on the
assumption that you were asking about RPG/ILE procedures. There
was a recent article in either Midrange Computing or News/400 that
discussed Stored Procedures.


>Both Midrange Computing and News/400 have covered this. Look
>through back issues of thier magazines (both have CDs that contain
>thier back issues).
>COMMON is coming up soon. Both Jon Parais and Bob Cozzi have
>presented on procedures in the past. This is actually how I first
>learned about procedures.
>Looking at other people's procedures is a big help. The technical
>aspect of doing procedures is not really that difficult. I've learned
>a lot about using procedures from others, not from the technical
>aspect of how you code them, but rather from the creative side
>of how you can use them. Look at some of the sites where you
>can download code (e.g. Bob Cozzi's site or Brad Stone's site to
>name a couple. I wonder if Jon Paris has a site with all of his code
>examples?).

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