Well, it isn't restricted! You can use it with any system that supports
DDM files. So, if your version of NT supports them, go ahead. Or your
version of AIX. Or whatever.

In fairness, CRTDDMF says that you can choose "*NONSTD" for the remote
file. That might mean it could connect to another file system and that
it uses SQL underpinnings, but I've never tried it. Between IBM midrange
boxes, though, DDM can be a lot of fun and VERY useful.

Dare wrote:

>Thanks Rob, I should be able to go from here.  That's neat but why can't you
>do it with another server like NT, AIX or   MAINFRAME?
>
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <rob@dekko.com>
>To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
>Sent: Friday, January 11, 2002 4:23 PM
>Subject: Re: What ports does the 400 use?
>
>
>>Do you have more than one 400?  Then you might be a candidate.  It
>>basically allows you to create a file on one system which actually points
>>to another system.  You can do:  DSPPFM, DSPFFD, RPG, etc against this
>>file.  You cannot use Query/400.
>>See CRTDDMF.
>>
>>
>>Rob Berendt
>>
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