• Subject: Re: Anybody using ASNA's RPG400 for the Advanced 36 ??
  • From: Dennis D Pearson <ddp@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 01 Oct 1999 09:09:33 -0500
  • Organization: Coral Chemical Company


We have been using the ASNA compiler since 1991, and have been 
very happy with it. Most of our use with ASNA was on the IBM S/36, 
model 5360.  In 1998, we purchased an AS/400, model 600, running 
V4R2.  Without hesitation we created the Machine 36 (M3601 in 
library M36) on the AS/400 and moved everything over in less than 
one day.  We backed up everything (twice) the night before and 
transferred in the morning.  We were done by 3:00pm (what a relief). 
Creating the M36 made the transition easy.  We have no regrets. 

We are company with over $20,000,000 in sales, four locations and 
up to 22 years of transaction history.  The history covers Sales, 
Inventory, Production and Financials. ASNA has worked great for us 
on both machines. 

You are welcome to call me to discuss this further.

Dennis D Pearson
Director of Information Systems
Coral Chemical Co
135 LeBaron Street
Waukegan IL  60085

800.228.4646  #4712
847.336.0924  fax
email   ddp@coral.com

Kirk Goins wrote:
> I have a client that is using this product on a RS/6000 using 
> OPEN36 emulation sw. The client wanted to continue using this 
> compiler as he migrated back on to a AS/400. We had selected the 
> S36EE as the way to go until today when ASNA told us this compiler 
> will only work in the M36 machine or true AS/36. Anybody been able 
> to even install it(we can't) in the S36EE?
> Any other info you may have would be great,
> Thanks
> ---------------------------------
> Kirk Goins
> Pacific Information Systems
tel;work:847.336.8100  #4712
org:Coral Chemical Company
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