Lukas Beeler wrote:
i5/OS and Windows are completely different platforms, built with aThis is so untrue. The only reason Windows even exists as a business
different history and goals. Windows does not have the native I/O that
platform is because of "native" I/O. I don't know how old you are,
Lukas, but you have to still recall something called dBase, right? If
it weren't for dBase, Windows (and DOS before it) would never have been
used for business applications. SQL Server is the Windows
implementation of SQL. But prior to that, all those thousands of
desktops used ISAM access.
Now we have the year 2008 and the hacks that IBM provides are evenOh please, not the 10-character object thing again. Get over it. There
more incomplete than those that Microsoft provided.
isn't a single business issue that can't be solved by a 10-character
object name. Yes, it's a limit, but I really don't want IBM "fixing" it
anytime soon. If you want long names, use the IFS and stay the heck out
of the QSYS library system.