Is this even the case when you specify "system i support" and not "all of ibm"? That's a dropdown next to the search text.

Vern

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From: Bruce Vining <bvining@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Simon,

I noticed it and certainly do not consider this an improvement :(

Bruce

Simon Coulter <shc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Has anyone else noticed that the so-called System i Support search
now returns much rubbish related to non-System i systems?

I've noticed this happening for about 6 weeks now. Search on REXX
EXECSQL and get a bunch of stuff about System z. Something else I ran
the other day returned a bunch of stuff for System p. None of which I
care about which is why I am using the "System i" search. If I wanted
generic information I'd use Google.

I suppose I just have to include the system name (ah, but which one)
in the keyword list but it didn't used to behave this way (i.e., last
year). Seems to me the search engine used to automatically limit
results to AS/400, iSeries, System i, OS/400, i5/OS but now it's
picking up anything in the huge IBM database related to the search
keywords.


Regards,
Simon Coulter.
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