Thanks all, some of our programs are in m36 we are planning to have a new power 7, we want to run them as it is until we convert everything to rpgle/db2.

I hope this approach is ok.


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From: "Jerry C. Adams" <midrange@xxxxxxxx>
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Subject: RE: System 36 and Machine 36

To expand just a bit on what Rob and Jim have said: M36 allows one to run
those program objects straight from the /36 without re-compilation, which is
necessary in the 36E. This is implied by Rob's point that "It's running the
S/36 OS on AS/400." There may be other reasons for using M36, but this was
the biggest one.

Jerry C. Adams
IBM i Programmer/Analyst
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