Does anyone has experience in setting up the workspace for Aurora?

I have managed to install the workspace in our Wintel server but the logon
screen doesn't comes out properly?

Does anyone know what the problem is?

Thanks.

Regards,
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If you do use some field that creates a one to one ratio between parts and
customers, instead of creating a work file you could just constrain on that
field when you join.

Chris

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On Behalf Of Brunk, Kevin
Sent: Thursday, February 10, 2005 4:02 PM
To: System 21 Users
Subject: RE: [SYSTEM21] RE: Doubling of the inventory

Without knowing what else you might be getting/needing from the
customer/part file, you could create a query intended to be run before the
first that summarizes the customer/part file by part and counting some
field, producing an outfile that contains only one occurrence for each
part.  Then change the current query to use this summary file as the
join-to.  Since there will ONLY be one record per item, you'll eliminate
the "duplicate" effect you're seeing.

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Sent: Thursday, February 10, 2005 3:50 PM
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Subject: RE: [SYSTEM21] RE: Doubling of the inventory


We are using the the price file to link the customer to the part.  In the
past their has typically been a 1 to 1 ratio.  One part number per each
customer.  But recently we have been shipping/selling the item to multiple
customers and have more than one customer attached to the item.  We did not
incorporate the customer number into our items (possibly a bad decision).
Are there other ways that you would be able to get customer/part info.  We
use our group major codes in INP 35 for other groupings and would not be
able to use that.

What was happening is that we would run a query for "Total On hand"
inventory for the plant and the items with more than 1 customer number
would be added in a second time or 3rd time if a third customer number was
created.

Any ideas or work arounds would be appreciated

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Sent: Thursday, February 10, 2005 2:33 PM
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Subject: RE: [SYSTEM21] RE: Doubling of the inventory


I guess you're using QUERY to link files and you've got the price file as
primary. This will find the same stock record each time it finds a price
record for the item code, so inventory will be multiplied.

Peter Joel
Saltway Ltd
+44 7884 306501

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To: system21@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [SYSTEM21] RE: Doubling of the inventory

I opened the following case with Answerlink:
"We sometimes assign distinct customer numbers to different divisions of
the
same customer. There exists only a single Linked Item Maintenance (10 /
INM)
for each part number. But in the Pricing Type (3 /OEA) the same part number
is attached to 2 different customer numbers (although the same customer).
When System 21 driven queries are run, the inventory for 1 part number is
shown as double the actual amount. Is there a way to get around this
situation?" Well rather than explaining a work around the problem, GEAC
tried to work around the answer. So, has anybody on the list come across
the
same issue? What have you done? Please advice.

Thanks
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message: 1
date: Tue, 08 Feb 2005 22:17:40 +0000
from: "Jeff Klipa" <jklipa@xxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [SYSTEM21]   An old chestnut...

I see an Answerlink Solution (dated 1/31/05) to this and is says buy a copy

of Aurora...
We're still at 3.5.2-SP4...

I know we've covered this one before but I'm having trouble...

I am trying to run Verify Allocations in Machine Manager...
Basically this means a call to XA705...

Has anyone ever found a way around this limitation...?

Thanks.

When I run it I get a program dump for pgm ICF702 and XA999...

Program Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . :   IPGCFP4/ICF702
Program Status . . . . . . . . . . . . :   00000
Previous Status  . . . . . . . . . . . :   00907
                decimal-data error in field (C G S D F).
Statement in Error . . . . . . . . . . :   99999999

Program Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . :   IPGCFP4/XA999
Program Status . . . . . . . . . . . . :   00907
                decimal-data error in field (C G S D F).
Previous Status  . . . . . . . . . . . :   00000
Statement in Error . . . . . . . . . . :   99999999




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message: 2
date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 08:30:09 +1000
from: Rick Allen <rick.allen@xxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [SYSTEM21]   An old chestnut...





Hi Jeff,

I have also seen this issue in the past but not since we moved to SP4.

I happily run verify applications via MM 3 times each 24hr period. However,
I have created a bespoke task to call XA705 in batch and MM uses the task.
Just maybe that is the answer?

Previously when I queried JBA/GEAC re these dumps the response was to "not
worry about them as the program still does what it is intended to do". That
indicates to me that it is intended to dump????

BR



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I see an Answerlink Solution (dated 1/31/05) to this and is says buy a copy

of Aurora...
We're still at 3.5.2-SP4...

I know we've covered this one before but I'm having trouble...

I am trying to run Verify Allocations in Machine Manager...
Basically this means a call to XA705...

Has anyone ever found a way around this limitation...?

Thanks.

When I run it I get a program dump for pgm ICF702 and XA999...

Program Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . :   IPGCFP4/ICF702
Program Status . . . . . . . . . . . . :   00000
Previous Status  . . . . . . . . . . . :   00907
                decimal-data error in field (C G S D F).
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Program Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . :   IPGCFP4/XA999
Program Status . . . . . . . . . . . . :   00907
                decimal-data error in field (C G S D F).
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date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 11:41:35 -0000
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subject: [SYSTEM21]   Connectivity question

A little off the System 21 subject I'm afraid, but wonder if anyone can
help;

I need to write some records from an RPG program to a SQL Server table.
There are a few products out there that claim to enable this.  Has anyone
got any experience of these products?  Another approach might be a dataq
with a vb.net program at the Pc end - again has anyone used a dataq in a
vb.net program to receive As400 data.

Thanks in advance,

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date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 06:51:29 -0600
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subject: RE: [SYSTEM21]   Connectivity question

We use a product from RJS called RPG2SQL.  It's easy to learn and use and
works great.  Can go to/from Excel and Access tables as well as SQL Server.

Darrell

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A little off the System 21 subject I'm afraid, but wonder if anyone can
help;

I need to write some records from an RPG program to a SQL Server table.
There are a few products out there that claim to enable this.  Has anyone
got any experience of these products?  Another approach might be a dataq
with a vb.net program at the Pc end - again has anyone used a dataq in a
vb.net program to receive As400 data.

Thanks in advance,

Neil.

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message: 5
date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 08:22:19 -0500
from: Ram Hari <RamHari@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: [SYSTEM21]   Connectivity question

Try ASNA VRPG. You can access AS/400 and SQL Server data using one program.
Our website was developed using ASNA
www.asna.com


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Subject:           [SYSTEM21]   Connectivity question

A little off the System 21 subject I'm afraid, but wonder if anyone can
help;

I need to write some records from an RPG program to a SQL Server table.
There are a few products out there that claim to enable this.  Has anyone
got any experience of these products?  Another approach might be a dataq
with a vb.net program at the Pc end - again has anyone used a dataq in a
vb.net program to receive As400 data.

Thanks in advance,

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message: 6
date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 09:08:50 -0500
from: jroesch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
subject: RE: [SYSTEM21]   Connectivity question

One method is to write your output to an AS400 file.  SQL can be setup to
pull data on a timely, nightly for example, but this is not real time
basis.


Another more real time method is to simply FTP the data to SQL Server from
your RPG program.


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Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2005 6:42 AM
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Subject: [SYSTEM21] Connectivity question

A little off the System 21 subject I'm afraid, but wonder if anyone can
help;

I need to write some records from an RPG program to a SQL Server table.
There are a few products out there that claim to enable this.  Has anyone
got any experience of these products?  Another approach might be a dataq
with a vb.net program at the Pc end - again has anyone used a dataq in a
vb.net program to receive As400 data.

Thanks in advance,

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date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 09:16:30 -0500
from: "Rob Rogerson" <rrogerson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: [SYSTEM21]   Connectivity question

Yet another solution I have used in the past with Oracle and DB2/400 is
to use Java and JDBC.

You mentioned an RPG solution so this may not be the solution you are
looking for.

Rob

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Subject: RE: [SYSTEM21] Connectivity question

One method is to write your output to an AS400 file.  SQL can be setup
to
pull data on a timely, nightly for example, but this is not real time
basis.


Another more real time method is to simply FTP the data to SQL Server
from
your RPG program.


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Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2005 6:42 AM
To: System 21 Users
Subject: [SYSTEM21] Connectivity question

A little off the System 21 subject I'm afraid, but wonder if anyone can
help;

I need to write some records from an RPG program to a SQL Server table.
There are a few products out there that claim to enable this.  Has
anyone
got any experience of these products?  Another approach might be a dataq
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message: 8
date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 09:31:10 -0500
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subject: RE: [SYSTEM21]   Connectivity question

I once dabbled with relational database entries (modern day DDM) to another
iSeries' database by ip address. Then in interactive SQL I connected to
that
database using CONNECT and happily worked on that remote systems data.

I see no reason why this wouldn't work in embedded sql as well and to a
SQLServer database.

It's worth investing a few hours to see if you can get it to work.


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A little off the System 21 subject I'm afraid, but wonder if anyone can
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