Greetings, A day or two ago a post about ACS was created that got me
going a bit. One of the BIG benefits of the ACS solution over the
existing iAccess for Windows solution is the ability to deploy it in one
location on a network drive and ALL users can easily take advantage of
this from their end point PC. A statement was made that IBM Services
does not recommend that solution. THAT IS FALSE. I have spent time since
that post going over all PMRs with our services team, and there is NO
reference to that statement being made by service, nor would they as they
understand the value of ACS running over a network . Additionally, we did
some additional testing (AGAIN) just to confirm. ACS works great over a
network deployment.

When you start ACS up, a JVM on your local PC is started, that JVM loads
all the class files from the network drive. Once it is loaded, the
performance of ACS is exactly the same as if it was locally deployed.
(Heck, just because I could, I then disconnected the network drive...ACS
kept right on working perfectly!!) The only area where you may experience
a start up that is slower is if you double click on a .hod file, that is a
separate launch to the network. This is a use case that we discussed
today, and actually have a solution that will make that path better in the
future as well. The bottom line, running ACS in a network deployment works
great.

Update to my concerns about the Out of the Box Experience. First, thanks
you all for the post on your experiences and questions on getting ACS
deployed. The development team, service, and I sat down today and had a
great discussion on what the next steps are we can take to make your jobs
easier. We have a number of great ideas and the start on a POC. Look for
additional updates in this area in the near future.

Thanks Tim
Tim Rowe, timmr@xxxxxxxxxx
Business Architect Application Development & Systems Management for IBM i
IBM i Development Lab, Rochester, MN
(507) 253-6191 (Tie) 553-6191

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message: 1
date: Thu, 13 Aug 2015 17:03:44 -0400
from: "John Allen" <jallen@xxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: STRPCCMD with space and an ampersand in the file name

I have searched the internet for the answer but I think I may have
reached the end of the internet without finding the answer



I am using STRPCCMD to display a file in the IFS



STRPCCMD PCCMD(' "\\192.168.9.999\EFILE\Rock Roll.PDF" ') Works fine
with a space between Rock Roll

I know that I have to enclose the path within double quotes since the
PDF file name contains a space





STRPCCMD PCCMD(' "\\192.168.9.999\EFILE\Rock^&Roll.PDF" ') Works fine
with an ampersand preceded by caret to display Rock&Roll.PDF

I know that the ampersand will cause STRPCCMD to think I am trying to
execute two commands so I need to precede the & with a caret ^





My trouble is when I want both a space and an ampersand between Rock
and Roll Example: Rock & Roll.PDF

STRPCCMD PCCMD(' "\\192.168.9.999\EFILE\Rock ^& Roll.PDF" ') Does
not work "\\192.1685.9.999\EFILE\Rock is not recognized as a command



What would the correct formatting be for having a space and an
ampersand in the file name?



I do not want to use the rundll32 method as it takes up too many of my
limited 123 characters constraint



I have been executing this from a command line, I wanted to get this
working on the command line before putting it into CL using variables
and concatenations etc.



Anybody know how I can do this?

STRPCCMD PCCMD(' "\\192.168.9.999\EFILE\Rock ^& Roll.PDF" ')



Thanks



John



John





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message: 2
date: Thu, 13 Aug 2015 21:08:31 +0000
from: Kurt Anderson <Kurt.Anderson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: New Advised Index not used

Another tidbit I left out:
The SQL in the program is actually referencing CDRPKGP. When the program
is ran in "daily" mode it overrides to CDRPKGDAYP, so that's just
another piece in the puzzle.

Mark W contacted me off list suggesting doing a PRTSQLINF against my
service program with the embedded SQL.
It's referencing CDRPKG05 which is what I'd expect. I would also expect
it to use an index called CDRPKG06 (which is used when I run the sql
interactively).
However I can see the program running right now and it is not using
CdrPkg05 (or CdrPkgDay5 which is what the daily version would use).

UPDATE CDRPKGP SET APPLIEDAMT = APPLIEDAMT + : H , APPLIEDQTY =
APPLIEDQTY + :
H , APPLYSEQ# = ( CASE WHEN APPLYSEQ# = 0 THEN ( SELECT MAX (
APPLYSEQ# ) + 1
FROM CDRPKGP WHERE EDITID = : H AND CDRSEQ# = : H ) ELSE APPLYSEQ#
END ) WHERE
EDITID = : H AND CDRSEQ# = : H AND ROWID = : H

SQL4021 Access plan last saved on 08/13/15 at 13:32:37.

SQL4020 Estimated query run time is 0 seconds.

SQL4017 Host variables implemented as reusable ODP.

SQL4007 Query implementation for join position 1 table 1.

SQL4008 Index CDRPKG05 used for table 1.

SQL4026 Index only access used on table number 1.

SQL4011 Index scan-key row positioning used on table 1.

SQL4007 Query implementation for join position 2 table 1.

SQL4008 Index CDRPKG01 used for table 1.

SQL4026 Index only access used on table number 1.

SQL4011 Index scan-key row positioning used on table 1.

SQL4006 All indexes considered for table 0.


Kurt Anderson
Sr. Programmer/Analyst - Application Development, Service Delivery
Platform

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Subject: RE: New Advised Index not used

Visual explain of me pasting in the SQL that I was running in STRSQL
shows the indexes (there are actually two, despite my message talking
about one) are being used as I would expect.

Kurt Anderson
Sr. Programmer/Analyst - Application Development, Service Delivery
Platform

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Subject: Re: New Advised Index not used

Kurt,

Have you tried to run your SQL under Visual Explain? I seem to have read
that it (VE) should be used instead of STRDBG.

Regards,
Luis

Luis Rodriguez

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On Thu, Aug 13, 2015 at 3:26 PM, Kurt Anderson
<Kurt.Anderson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I've been making an effort to go through our advised indexes and add
> them to help our system out. However I don't understand why after
> putting the index out there it is not being used and the system
> continues to advise for that very index I just added.
>
> In this particular case, the SQL is in an embedded SQL RPG program.
> When I copy that SQL (an update) and run it in STRSQL with STRDBG on,
> I see that it uses the new index. (I thought it might be hanging onto
> a MTI, as was the case in a previous index implementation). However
> when the program runs, it's not using the new indexes (and as I said,
> is asking for
> them) - and I see the TimesAdv value go up in SysIxAdv.
>
> A little background: we have clients and each client has their own
> library. 4 of our clients run this particular process. For one of
> them it did use the new index, for the others it didn't.
> I recreated the module & service program that has the embedded SQL in
> it (which is used by all clients).
>
> The last time I put an index in that wasn't getting used (due to a MTI
> being used), the issue got resolved by an IPL. But in that case I
> could see it using the MTI when I ran STRSQL with debug mode on.
> Other notes: It's not a library list issue. These are actual indexes
> (vs being logical files). We're at v7.2.
>
> Short of attempting an IPL, does anyone have any suggestions?
>
> Thanks,
>
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message: 3
date: Thu, 13 Aug 2015 17:11:58 -0400
from: Mark S Waterbury <mark.s.waterbury@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: New Advised Index not used

Hi, Kurt:

This sounds like a thread from a few years ago ... see:

[15]http://archive.midrange.com/rpg400-l/201312/msg00085.html

and be sure to read through the entire thread.

I do not recall the reasons why this can happen, but sometimes the
system cannot update the SQL access plan embedded in the program or SQL
package. PRTSQLINF against the *PGM or *SRVPGM may reveal if it is an
"old" access plan (e.g. no mention of that new index?). If that is
true, you might be able to issue CRTSQLPKG against that program to
recreate the SQL package and that might help. Otherwise, if that fails,
you could always just recompile the program from source, e.g. with
CRTSQLRPGI ... REPLACE(*YES) and that will "wipe the slate clean" and
create a new *PGM with a brand-new "access plan" and SQL package.

HTH,

Mark S. Waterbury

> On 8/13/2015 3:56 PM, Kurt Anderson wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I've been making an effort to go through our advised indexes and add
them to help our system out. However I don't understand why after
putting the index out there it is not being used and the system
continues to advise for that very index I just added.
>
> In this particular case, the SQL is in an embedded SQL RPG program.
> When I copy that SQL (an update) and run it in STRSQL with STRDBG on,
I see that it uses the new index. (I thought it might be hanging onto a
MTI, as was the case in a previous index implementation). However when
the program runs, it's not using the new indexes (and as I said, is
asking for them) - and I see the TimesAdv value go up in SysIxAdv.
>
> A little background: we have clients and each client has their own
library. 4 of our clients run this particular process. For one of them
it did use the new index, for the others it didn't.
> I recreated the module & service program that has the embedded SQL in
it (which is used by all clients).
>
> The last time I put an index in that wasn't getting used (due to a MTI
being used), the issue got resolved by an IPL. But in that case I could
see it using the MTI when I ran STRSQL with debug mode on.
> Other notes: It's not a library list issue. These are actual indexes
(vs being logical files). We're at v7.2.
>
> Short of attempting an IPL, does anyone have any suggestions?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Kurt Anderson
> Sr. Programmer/Analyst - Application Development, Service Delivery
Platform
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message: 4
date: Thu, 13 Aug 2015 16:24:28 -0500
from: Vernon Hamberg <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: New i Access client - tabbed sessions

Good to hear, Matt - I'm running a 2-session tabbed thing - sometimes it
seems to lock up - I've set the mouse wheel to rotate through tabs when
Ctrl pressed - and it doesn't respond at time - I don't have a scenario
I can predict - leave ACS, come back, not be there a while, I just don't
know!!

Using Windows credentials - do you mean a single sign-on thing, with
Kerberos? Or the setting we had that let's you bypass signon? I see you
still need to log in for the connection.

Cheers
Vern

On 8/13/2015 3:49 PM, Tyler, Matt wrote:
> It's all good. I thought I missed something.
>
> I did place my entire user configuration on my DEVL IFS home share,
which is not the same as my Windows user so I had to hard code that in
the AcsConfig.properties so the product needs to stay on my local
machine or in a place only I get to use. Performance has been greater
except for one thing. Do not turn on hot spots for macros. You will be
horrified at the degrade usability performance. I have 3 sessions set
to auto start at Windows log on, which I need to provide a connection
credentials and then auto sign on to the 5250 session. Works well but
it would be nice to get the set up to use my Windows credentials as the
way to connect and sign on.
>
>
> Thanks, Matt
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Thursday, August 13, 2015 2:34 PM
> To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
> Subject: Re: New i Access client - tabbed sessions
>
> Sorry, was working from weary memory - it is acsbundle.jar
>
> Ay carumba!! Uffda!
>
> On 8/13/2015 2:29 PM, Tyler, Matt wrote:
>> Vern,
>> Where is "acsclient.jar" located at? I only know of "acsbundle.jar"
in the production folder. I also did not see a reference to
"acsclient.jar". Or did you mean "acsbundle.jar"?
>>
>>
>> Thanks, Matt
>>
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: MIDRANGE-L [[22]mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of
>> Vernon Hamberg
>> Sent: Wednesday, August 12, 2015 5:29 PM
>> To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
>> Subject: Re: New i Access client - tabbed sessions
>>
>> Paul
>>
>> I've not got too much further in this area - the HOD shortcuts should
be pointing to the place where the acsclient.jar file is, essentially -
I think theseiAccessClient directories have no executables - they are
probably created the first time someone starts the thing - maybe you can
verify that on a clean install.
>>
>> The place you install everything from the ZIP file can be a network
file share - then the shortcuts will all point there, I'd think, and we
could maybe distribute those shortcuts to everyone.
>>
>> I think the GettingStarted.html has more about this - as I say, I've
stopped with just getting my own setup going - my boss will need
justification, first of all, for people to go to this client in the
first place, and then a simple way to distribute it.
>>
>> Cheers
>> Vern
>>
>> On 8/12/2015 2:36 PM, Steinmetz, Paul wrote:
>>> Vern,
>>>
>>> I'd like to take this thread one step further.
>>>
>>> We have many shared PCs.
>>> Current Client Access shortcuts are created and stored in public
desktop, so each user will see and use the same shortcut.
>>>
>>> Is this same philosophy possible with the HOD shortcuts?
>>>
>>> I noticed within Edit/Preferences/Local settings, all the paths are
pointed to a specific user.
>>>
>>> Configuration Root
>>> Path: C:\Users\psteinmetz\Documents\IBM\iAccessClient
>>> Logs Directory
>>> Path: C:\Users\psteinmetz\Documents\IBM\iAccessClient\Logs
>>> Etc
>>>
>>> Paul
>>>
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: MIDRANGE-L [[23]mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf
>>> Of Vernon Hamberg
>>> Sent: Friday, June 26, 2015 7:25 PM
>>> To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
>>> Subject: Re: New i Access client - tabbed sessions
>>>
>>> Just another couple bits -
>>>
>>> YOU CAN SCROLL WITH THE MOUSE WHEEL! IN PDM AND OTHER MULTI_PAGE
LISTS!
>>>
>>> Sorry for shouting - I think that is SO cool!
>>>
>>> About installing on multiple machines - I'm not sure the best ways
to do this - I think that once you have the HOD and BCHX files the way
you want, it can be done by copying them. This would include the tab
settings, I believe.
>>>
>>> Toolbar and keyboard files and all can maybe be on a central server
or copied to individuals.
>>>
>>> File associations? Different story - different on different
platforms, I bet.
>>>
>>> But I might easily be completely missing something!
>>>
>>> Enough - time to head home for real!
>>>
>>> Vern
>>>
>>> On 6/26/2015 1:56 PM, Jeff Crosby wrote:
>>>> Got it! Including the shortcut.
>>>>
>>>> The shortcut has:
>>>>
>>>> Target:
>>>>
>>>>
C:\IBMiAccessClientSolutions\Start_Programs\Windows_x86-64\acslaunch
>>>> _
>>>> w
>>>> in-64.exe
>>>> StrTabbedSessions.bchx
>>>>
>>>> Start in:
>>>>
>>>> C:\IBMiAccessClientSolutions\Dilgard\IBM\iAccessClient\Emulator
>>>>
>>>> Thanks.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 2:41 PM, Jack Callahan <jjcllhn@xxxxxxxxx>
wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>> A snippet from multiple sessions help topic:?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> ?To save your entire active session layout, select *File > Save
As
>>>>> Multiple
>>>>>> Sessions...* from any active emulator session to create a new
>>>>>> multiple sessions file. This action will save all windows, all
Tab
>>>>>> Group contents (including order), window sizes, window locations,
>>>>>> and session IDs. A
>>>>> saved
>>>>>> multiple sessions file may be edited through the Create or Modify
>>>>> Multiple
>>>>>> Sessions File editor.
>>>>> Which creates a .BCHX file containing a description of the five
>>>>> sessions I have configured to run as tabs in the same window. How
>>>>> do I use that file to automatically start all those sessions from
the command line?
>>>>> Here's the contents of my .BCHX file:
>>>>>
>>>>> [Profile]
>>>>> ID=BCHX
>>>>> Version=2
>>>>> [Batch]
>>>>> Run1=bchx5250
>>>>>
C:\Users\jcallahan\Documents\IBM\iAccessClient\Emulator\ificmbl38e.
>>>>> h
>>>>> o
>>>>> d -s=D
>>>>> -w=1 -t=3 -p=328,91 -d=1263,898
>>>>> Run2=bchx5250
>>>>>
C:\Users\jcallahan\Documents\IBM\iAccessClient\Emulator\ificmbl38d.
>>>>> h
>>>>> o
>>>>> d -s=C
>>>>> -w=1 -t=2 -p=328,91 -d=1263,898
>>>>> Run3=bchx5250
>>>>>
C:\Users\jcallahan\Documents\IBM\iAccessClient\Emulator\ificmbl38b.
>>>>> h
>>>>> o
>>>>> d -s=B
>>>>> -w=1 -t=1 -p=328,91 -d=1263,898
>>>>> Run4=bchx5250
>>>>>
C:\Users\jcallahan\Documents\IBM\iAccessClient\Emulator\ificmbl38p.
>>>>> h
>>>>> o
>>>>> d -s=E
>>>>> -w=1 -t=4 -p=328,91 -d=1263,898
>>>>> Run5=bchx5250
>>>>>
C:\Users\jcallahan\Documents\IBM\iAccessClient\Emulator\ificmbl38a.
>>>>> h
>>>>> o
>>>>> d -s=A
>>>>> -w=1 -t=0 -p=328,91 -d=1263,898
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> What I'd really like is for the five sessions to start together
>>>>> when I click a desktop icon, much like Client Access for Windows
>>>>> did when a multiple session batch was setup.
>>>>>
>>>>> Right now, I start those configured 5250 sessions I need for
steps:
>>>>>
>>>>> start IBMi Client Access Solutions by clicking on a desktop icon,
>>>>> then click on Session Manager link, then Shift Select all the
>>>>> sessions I want to start, then click the Start Button
>>>>>
>>>>> The documentation doesn't give an example that explains how to do
>>>>> so- or if it does, it does so in a manner that isn't sufficiently
>>>>> clear for me to understand (and I've been working with IBM
midrange
>>>>> documentation since 1980).
>>>>>
>>>>> No way I can roll this out to end users if the sessions won't
start
>>>>> in one click.
>>>>>
>>>>> Jack
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