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Posted on February 26, 2020

Many of you are familiar with the PASE runtime environment that IBM i has had for many years, if you have licensed program 5770-SS1 option #33 (Portable App Solutions Environment) installed then you have It running on your system.  The PASE environment is the secret sauce that enables AIX/Linux apps to run on your IBM i.  One very common misconception is that PASE on IBM i is an AIX/Linux “emulation” environment, but, it is not.  PASE supplies a collection of AIX shared libraries that run directly on the same IBM

Posted on January 21, 2020

Oh Where Oh Where Can My System Save Information Be…?   With its unique integrated architecture, the IBM i system has many inherent strengths, not the least of which is fully baked-in and robust save/restore functionality.  When you save an object on the system such as a file or a data area or a program in a user library with commands such as SAVLIB or SAVOBJ, the system will inform you on the “when” and the “where” of the save of that object by displaying the saved date/time of the

Posted on January 20, 2020

I’ve been asked several times in the last few weeks about ODBC drivers for IBM i and how to obtain them for a PC running Client Solutions. There are actually a number of pieces to the IBM i Access puzzle that are nowhere to be found in the base ACS “installation,” so I thought I’d take a minute to revisit how ACS is structured by IBM for those who might be looking for something specific. The Client Solutions base package, which includes the 5250 emulator and even the SQL scripting

Posted on November 20, 2019

With Client Solutions now being the only IBM-supported client software for IBM i, quite a few organizations have made the switch from the old iAccess products or are in the process of doing so. ACS is as flexible as the old application was rigid, and there are many different ways to configure it on a PC. One of the recurring questions we get from clients who are planning the switch relates to controlling what the end-user can see and use within the application. To address this,  I’d like to discuss

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