I have been on a 10-year break away from the Midrange-L mailing list. I'm back!
I recently started work on a real job (no longer a contractor...) and my new responsibilities include system administration as well as development. I found that since the 90's this shop has been using Rumba emulation, and paying $$$$ for annual maintenance and license fees.
The below info came from WRKLICINF, does this mean that we have entitlement for IBM ACS ?
If so, I can save the company 20K + per year by rolling out the IBM i ACS 5250 client in place of Rumba!
Work with License Information XXX
System serial number . . . . . . . . . : YYYYYYY
Processor group . . . . . . . . . . . : P10
Type options, press Enter.
1=Add license key 2=Change 5=Display detail 6=Print detail
8=Work with license users ...
Opt Product Term Feature Description
5770WDS V7R3M0 5103 Application Development ToolSet
5770WDS V7R3M0 5101 ILE COMPILERS: RPG, COBOL, C/C++
5770WDS V7R3M0 5102 HERITAGE COMPILERS: OPM, S/36, S/38 RPG CO
5 5770XW1 V7 5050 IBM i Access Family
5 5770XW1 V7R3M0 5101 IBM i Access Enablement Support
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