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By Jim Buck, Jerry Fottral

A accomplished creation to IBM i—the working method that runs on IBM's midrange computers (System i, iSeries, AS/400)—and its amenities, this in-depth source makes use of step by step routines, overview questions, and bankruptcy labs to educate new programmers the most recent procedure suggestions and instruments. Reflecting procedure adjustments that experience happened considering 2000, issues contain Rational Developer for strength (RDP), RDP display dressmaker and record clothier, IBM i entry for home windows, IBM i Access for net, IBM DB2 net question for i, and distant approach Explorer (RSE).

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Key Terms batch jobs CL CL program command line command parameters command prompt screen context-sensitive Help CRTLIB DASD (or hard disk) default values DFU display device DSPFD extended Help field Help F1 function key F2 function key F4 function key F9 function key F10 function key F11 function key F12 function key function key F20 function key F24 function key function keys Help key HLL hypertext links IBM i OS Information Assistant information screen IPL interactive job job job description job queue keyboard mapping library library list licensed program products list screen F13 26 • Mastering IBM i menu interface menu options menu screen multitasking multiuser object object type PDM prompt entry screen RDP required parameters screen header SDA sign-on screen SEU subsystem description subsystems system values QCTL QINTER QBATCH user user profile work management Review Questions 1.

When many function keys are active and they cannot all be displayed on the two lines allowed, F24=More keys is displayed. But if you know that a function key is active for a certain screen, you can use the key even if it does not appear in the two-line function-key list. For example, F11 works from any command prompt screen; knowing this, you don’t have to press F24 first just to see that F11 is active. 3, you can see that the keywords (LIB, TYPE, and TEXT) we used earlier for the CRTLIB command were correct.

A. What is the current value of Subset by Type? b. Can you find, among the list items, all the different types mentioned in the Help text in this list? c. Which system value would you display to find out the level of user assistance set for your system? Move the cursor to the Option field next to that system value name. Type 5 to display the value, and press Enter. d. To what level is your system user assistance set? Notice that this time choosing an option (5) from a list screen has brought you to an information screen.

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