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Writers Manager: Monitor and manage printers with SQL

In daily activities we often have to answer questions such as "Is printer X turned on?" "Don't print!" "Is there an error on the printer?" "What is the address of the remote printer?" ... We can respond quickly to all these situations by using the shortcuts provided by the SQL Services of IBM i systems

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Checking security on IBM i systems: the Audit Journal

The systems must be secured and then checked to understand how adequate the tools put in place are. The company that feels armored is the one that is most at risk of slips related to security, so checking what happens constantly on the systems becomes essential.

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The first JDBC connection from C# to IBM i Systems

Still using the JTOpen open source project, let's see how to connect to the IBM i system from a program written in C #. All this allows us to exploit the potential of "DB2 for i" from Microsoft .Net

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JTOpen for .Net environment

The JTOpen open source project allows you to manage data and resources of IBM i systems within java programs. But what if the skills or directives of the group require you to use .Net environments? No problem, it can be done and let's see how

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Get system info in SQL

Do you do long operations every time they ask you about the features of the as400 system?
Use SQL, and in an instant you will have it all without having to remember the correct commands or system variables

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DB2 for i: manage dates in SQL

The management of dates is important in every application in ICT, whatever the area to which it belongs. Databases give us a great help, let's see how to "play" with dates on the integrated database of IBM i systems

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