Al, GREAT IDEA...! (Only thing: who's gonna do this?) jt | -----Original Message----- | From: email@example.com | [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of MacWheel99@aol.com | Sent: Friday, December 21, 2001 12:09 AM | To: email@example.com | Subject: Re: FREE Cmd Sheet (was: Probably very easy, Newbie question) | | | > We produced a fan-fold command cross reference card that | > showed all the S/36, S/38 and AS/400 commands. | | I remember that with fondness. Mine got dog eared then chewed up. | (I used to have snacks in my desk that got raided by vermin who | left evidence | of their passage ... mouse droppings & paper chewed up ... curing | me of that | habit.) | | Here is another idea for folks to think about. | | We IT people whether we are on the 400, some mainframe, some | other computer | system, there are a lot of system operator functions that have to be done | regardless of the platform, and there are a growing number of | installations | where there is more than one platform, with a work force that may know one | platform really well but the others not as well. | | Imagine a computer operator saying | "I know how to do an IPL, REORG or whatever on platform-A ... what is the | equivalent command on platform-B?" | | I think there might be a need for a similar reference chart that | goes across | the major platforms that exist today doing similar functions. | Quite possibly | the folks who are in the business of converting across such platforms ... | such as from mainframe/400/UNIX/NT to (take your pick) | mainframe/400/UNIX/NT | already have access to such a reference chart to give their customers who | knew the platform that was old to them but not yet learned the | corresponding | commands for the platform that is new to them.
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