Windows Command filer for iSeries nørder.

da_DK Windows Command filer kan også bruges til lave funktionelle værktøjer til iSeries. Hvis sidste gang du skrev en Windows Batch fil var i de glade MS-DOS eller Windows 95 dage, så er tiden kommet til at træde ind i en ny og spændende verden og opleve, at Windows Command filer, som de hedder nu om dage, er det nye sort 🙂

Min artikelserie beskriver nogle af de mange nye faciliteter, der er kommer i Windows Command filer, og hvordan de er brugt i nogle af mine værktøjer. Forhåbentlig bliver du inspireret til at lave dine egne Windows Command filer, der løser de opgaver som du sidder med.

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When was the last time you created a Windows batch file?

If the last time you wrote a Windows Batch file was back in the good ol’ MS-DOS or Windows 95 days, then time has come to step up and experience that Windows Command files is the new black 🙂

Today Windows Command files has grown into an advanced script language having many interesting features. The tool iInstall.Cmd uses many of the new features in order to install a Savefile on your iSeries. Continue reading

What iSeries library is a CL program loaded from?

Most often when you develop a CL program, it is in order to use it as a ‘driver’ program for a RPG/ILE RPG/COBOL/C program. In order to make sure that the RPG/ILE RPG/COBOL/C program is called correctly you have to add the library containing the CL and RPG/ILE RPG program in question, or you can hard-code the library on the CALL command.

This is, however, not a flexible solution, as the CL and RPG/ILE RPG program cannot be copied to other libraries because the CL program will always call the RPG/ILE RPG program in the library hard-coded on the CALL command :-

Fortunately help is on it’s way 🙂 Continue reading