• Subject: Re: IBM would really help me if they would ...
  • From: Dennis D Pearson <ddp@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 10 Oct 1999 06:07:14 -0500
  • Organization: Coral Chemical Company

The only tools I currently use are the AS/400 Service Director 
and News/400 at http://www.news400.com/ptfwatch/ptf1099.htm .  

I would think a web page that lists the PTFs by release 
(updated frequently) with e-mail capabilities for specific issues 
would be better.  When you visit the site, you would see each PTF 
issued and it is related information.  I like the idea of being 
able to review up to date PTF information quickly.  The Service 
Director is not a very expedient tool to work with for that cause.

Dennis Pearson
Coral Chemical Co
Waukegan IL 60085  USA

Pete Hall wrote:
> An idea surfaced at work the other day. It wasn't mine, but I 
> think it's a good one. Hopefully one of the IBMers on the list 
> could pass this on.
> It would really help me out if I could subscribe to a service 
> that would e-mail a notification to me each time a PTF is issued 
> that addresses a specified issue. For instance, at the present 
> time, I would really appreciate knowing if a new PTF is issued 
> that addresses "Mat Predicate Pushdown!!!!". Should be low cost. 
> How about it IBM?
> Pete Hall
> pbhall@execpc.com
> http://www.execpc.com/~pbhall
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