There are serveral programs/packages that will convert RPGII to RPG400.
Converting screens is half way easy. Compile it interactive. The system
converts a temporary source in QTEMP then compiles that source.
From: William A.(Tony) Corbett <email@example.com>
To: midrangel <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Date: Sunday, January 16, 2000 2:09 AM
Subject: S/36 environment
>Wasn't there a conversion program on the AS/400 which converted RPGII
>pgms to RPG400?? I only find the conversion for RPGIII/400 to ILE rpg
>I've got some S36 rpg pgms and display files which need to be converted
>to RPGIII/400/ILE. I'm trying to run some pgms in S36 environment,
>getting some "workstation" errors which I remember solving (in about
>1984) but I can't remember how I did it...If I can convert them to
>"real" pgms and display files fairly easily, I'll be in much better
>Thanks for your help.
>William A.(Tony) Corbett
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