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I agree that BRMS functions need to be in the new Navigator.
adding 5250 functions when there used to be a GUI is a GIANT step backwards.
Let's Go HelpSystems!!

I do see that the June 2022 BRMS ptf is out there.
There are some added SQL services and some type of support for control groups and GUI omit lists.

https://ibm.biz/ibmi-brms

V7.4 coverletter: https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/ptf/SI78290

for #11, I am still trying to figure out how to copy a control group with a GUI omit list to another system. that is one function of the GUI that we use.

<snip>
11. In 7.3 and later, BRMS has been enhanced to migrate control
groups with GUI object omits to use object list omits.
</snip>


Bryan




Troy Foster via MIDRANGE-L wrote on 5/19/2022 5:11 PM:

https://community.ibm.com/community/user/power/communities/community-home/digestviewer/viewthread?GroupId=6661&MessageKey=bac1b1e1-0e4a-4e47-9ffb-143e227e01b9

How to vote.

https://ibm-power-systems-cc.ideas.ibm.com/ideas/IBMI-I-2609

The New Navigator for i is brilliant. Today we are forced to use the heritage Navigator for i if we want to maintain BRMS and the Advanced Job Scheduler.

BRMS and AJS need to be part of the New Navigator for i as soon as possible, removing the need to go back to the heritage Navigator for i.


*Use Case: *

Having to do system management tasks through different interfaces makes life more complex.

As we honestly do not see 5250 emulation as a valid alternative for managing BRMS and AJS in the year 2022.

Apart from that for AJS that is not even possible when using the "enable" functionality of AJS.


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