Thanks for the response.
The situation is trying to migrate 2 out of 3 old, large, complicated
and intertwined applications from a v5r4 machine to a Power 8 running
Eventually the 3rd application will be migrated, but the 2 to be
migrated have urgent security considerations, so we're trying to do a
"rapid" migration with minimal modifications that will keep the
interfaces (via files) between the applications working. And will
simplify the migration of the 3rd application.
It's looking like we'll have to identify the programs that use SQL and
modify them, and use CRTDDMF for the RPG programs, which are the bulk of
the application. There will also be some remote data areas involved,
which work fine.
*Peter Dow* /
Dow Software Services, Inc.
pdow@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:pdow@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> /
On 12/24/2019 8:22 AM, Sam_L wrote:
You assumption seems likely. So what happens if you try using SQL in
TESTALIAS to read the data? Or do you have an existing program that
is not amenable to modification?
On 12/24/2019 5:45 AM, Peter Dow wrote:
It's looking like the converse is true -- RPG cannot use a DDM flie
created by SQL.
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