John, Michael,

The only caveat with the www.easy400.net routines are that converting a
table TO XLS can be quite slow (we have an old i5-250, running V5R3) . In
fact, I prefer to work with .CSV files either for reading or writing Excel
files, only using the Excel-to-PF routines when the data is received in
either .XLS or .XLSX format.

I have wanted to install and play with iSeries Python for sometime now, but
I'm afraid that the free time for that is hard to find. Also, I worry that
if I ever go that route my coworkers won't be able to modify and/or
understand the code (please don't ask...).

That said, could you post the Python code somewhere (e.g. code.midrange.com).
It sounds interesting...

Best Regards,


Luis Rodriguez
IBM Certified Systems Expert — eServer i5 iSeries

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