Tag: iSeries

  • Looking for work in the RPG community?

    What Customers look for

    I see many jobs listed with similar requirements for RPG, something like: To be considered for this position, applicants need to meet the qualifications listed in this posting. Requirements: 5+ years of development on IBM i (iSeries, AS/400) using all of the following: RPG-ILE, RPG-Free, SQL and CL 3+ years’ experience with SQL and the […]

  • JBA System/21 Programmer – Style Manufacturing on Infor System21

    JBA System21 Developer I am an IBM i Software Developer specialising on the Infor System21 ERP system. System 21 is an Enterprise Resource Planning solution. It was originally released by the firm JBA [1], then went to Geac Computer Corporation with Geac’s acquisition of JBA. In 2007 Geac was acquired by Golden Gate Capital for […]

  • DB2 for AS/400 is dead – long live DB2 for IBM i

    IBM DB2

    DB2/400 and DB2 UDB for iSeries are essentially the same thing. iSeries(AS/400) was able to adopt the IBM DB2 UDB branding when it delivered a lot of new database functionality in V4R4 of OS/400, so the database was renamed fromDB2/400 to DB2 UDB for iSeries in that release. Get up to date with triggers and […]

  • Modernizing old AS400 applications

    ERP systems generally need a certain degree of customization to meet your specific business needs. Modernizing this software can seem like a challenge! The core functions such as MRP are perfectly adequate and are probably best left alone. On IBM i many ERP systems originate from early AS400 and iSeries machines and the software designed and built […]

  • Do you need JBA Infor System21 programming help?

    Are you using Infor System21? INFOR System21 Enterprise Resource Planning system has been around for a long time. Described as “System21 and the IBM System i platform, you can optimize every aspect of your complex, global mixed-mode or distribution business, whether it’s in apparel, food and beverage, automotive, electronics, industrial equipment, general manufacturing, or distribution.” […]