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| [mailto:midrange-l-admin@midrange.com]On Behalf Of Brad Jensen
| Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2001 5:08 PM
| To: midrange-l@midrange.com
| Subject: Re: Writing multiple CD volumes for the AS/400?

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| Sorry, I'm kind of thinking out loud here.
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I'm just skimming this, but you asked earlier about info on multi-volume

I've never used this, but in the old .PDF manuals, every one had a section
on interfaces.  From the V4R4, CL manual:

"General-Use programming interfaces allow the customer to write programs
that obtain the services of the OS/400 program.  If you have a requirement
for additional interfaces to the OS/400 program, contact IBM at
1-507-253-1055 (FAX 507-253-1571)."

IIRC, older manuals said additional stuff about how to get more info about
the interfaces and/or additional interfaces, and that their may be (at IBM's
discretion) charges involved.

I don't recall this in the InfoCenter, and don't know if this option is
still available.

Also, I don't recall when or which list, but there has been discussion on
M-L on how you can buy LIPIs (Licensed ... info on program interfaces ?) and
IIRC they were a few hundred bucks, for different sections of the LIPIs.

Lastly Leif may have covered some of this stuff in his e-book on MI.  (ICBW,
but may be iseries.org)



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