Not to jump on your question to Richard, but in our case we treat the
System i like any other database when doing .NET front-ends. That is,
the flow and most business logic is built into the .Net classes.
However, like any other database, we've got stored-procedures on the
System i and when it makes sense to move some business logic into a
stored proc we do so happily.
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Re: No giving up on System i (was: I'm about to give up), (continued)
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