• Subject: Re: Seperating I/O from business logic
  • From: John Myers - MM <jmyersmm@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2000 09:37:39 -0500


We do this in our motor vehicle applications suite in RPG ... a customer 
might use some of our systems, but not all.  By isolating file I/O from the 
business logic, we can implement even our most "integrative" modules with 
the customer's modules without difficulty.

The way to do this is to do all file I/O through calls to programs.  Each 
file that our system references has a standard data access program that is 
called to access that file's data.  The program has parameters for what 
file operation should be performed and a parameter for the specification of 
the data (data area) to be read / written.

BTW:  LANSA uses this same technique within its data repository.  This is 
one of the reasons why it has such outstanding performance for a "case" tool.

Hope that this helps!

John Myers
IBM Certified Specialist - AS/400 Technical Solutions
IBM Certified Specialist - Advisor for e-Business
Strategic Business Systems, Inc.
17 S. Franklin Turnpike, Ramsey, NJ 07446  USA
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At 06:58 AM 11/20/00, you wrote:
>I have seen old messages on this where people have discussed seperating 
>file and
>DDS operations from the business rules( validation and calculations).
>Whats the best way to start with something like this, how have other people
>acheived this. Is it even feasible with RPG?

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