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  • 3 Nov 2017 1:15 PM
    Message # 5518555
    Deleted user

    Members, please use this thread to suggest topics for our monthly member meetings.

    Last modified: 3 Nov 2017 1:16 PM | Deleted user
  • 15 Nov 2017 8:37 AM
    Reply # 5587358 on 5518555
    Doug Englander

     

    Michael,

     

    Here are two topics that I can think of:

    1. Set up and configuration of DB2 Web Query with its component parts, along with an Overview, and why I would use it versus a competing product running on SQL server or Linux. Maybe some very basic examples too.

     

    2. On the systems I have used over the years, there always seems to be many fonts and character sets available on IBM i. However, in most places, they seem to default to the normal courier for printouts, and use excel downloads to make the reports "pretty". It would be nice to know how to choose the correct / different font and locate it for use. Also cover the relationships between the different keywords in a PRTF definition and parameters to the OVRPRTF command (i.e. Font identifier, Point Size, Graphic Character Set, Code Page, Font Character Set, Coded Font, AFP, IPDS, PCI, CDEFNT, CHRID, CHRSIZ, FNTCHRSET, FONT, FONTNAME). Basically, how do I look at font samples for the fonts available on the system, and use them in my printed output. It seems like there is a ton of capability, but getting everything to work together to get the output you want seems to be a full time job. Workstation Customization Objects could also be a part of this presentation.

     

    Thank you,

    Doug 

     

  • 16 Nov 2017 2:02 PM
    Reply # 5589833 on 5518555
    Deleted user

    Doug,

    I like those ideas. I'll get with the other board members and we'll get to work on those.

    Michael

  • 7 Dec 2018 10:41 AM
    Reply # 6949896 on 5518555
    Jorge Sanguinetti

    It has been said that PHP is popular in the IBM i, but writting PHP without using a framework is not the way to go unless you plan doing very small things. Can we have someone presenting how to use one of the popular frameworks for PHP in the IBM i , like Zend Framework or Laravel? Thanks

  • 22 Apr 2019 1:16 PM
    Reply # 7298093 on 5518555
    Jorge Sanguinetti

    IBM acquired Cloudant - a NonSQL Cloud provider based on CouchDB. Use case shows this is an ideal solution for mobile, since it supports JSON and data replication. Question here is if we have any case study showing how to download this information form Cloud to IBM i. I have to speculate it is by using REST requests from IBM i - any one with such experience that could share? Here the link to Cloudant  https://www.ibm.com/cloud/cloudant

  • 30 Jul 2019 7:55 AM
    Reply # 7803855 on 5518555
    Jorge Sanguinetti

    Heard about IBM i supporting IoT by using some of the open source options the system provides. Would be great to hear on the implementation options and some case studies that could be applied to multiple industries. 

  • 11 Dec 2019 4:53 PM
    Reply # 8248823 on 5518555
    Anonymous

    Two ideas for future topics:

    1. How to configure the IBM i to allow the SNDSMTPEMM command to be used in ILECL and ILERPG programs to send emails [with attachments] to users within a corporation as well as for email addresses that may be outside of the corporation. This would entail how to let the IBM i system send emails to a company's email server [Domino or Exchange], and could also include using IBM i as the email server. This would include configuration of what would be needed [i.e. SMTP server, WRKDIRE, and ADDDIRE parameters].
    2. A high level introduction to how firewalls, routers, and ports interact within a company's IT infrastructure and how to configure them.
  • 28 Jan 2020 11:53 AM
    Reply # 8698439 on 5518555
    Anonymous


    Michael,


    Another topic for a presentation: A high level overview of IBM's IWS and what it would take to make a proof-of-concept for its adoption. Maybe this would be in two presentations: High level overview of how it works and its components, and a second would be how to configure it for a simple proof of concept application. Tim Rowe at IBM may be a good place to start looking for a speaker.

  • 25 May 2020 8:00 AM
    Reply # 8991319 on 5518555
  • 25 May 2020 8:00 AM
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