This article introduces you to QIBM_QDB_OPEN, the database open exit point that was made available with IBM i Version 5 Release 3. This exit point helps IBM i programmers and administrators to manage database security and enhance IBM i security policies. More >
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- Using IBM WebSphere MQ message property APIs in ILE RPG
Handling Java™ Message Service (JMS) message properties from native IBM® WebSphere® MQ applications is now much easier with the addition of the MQINQMP and MQSETMP application programming interfaces (APIs) in WebSphere MQ.
- Incorporate web services into your SQL queries
In the past, resources supplied by IBM® DB2® for i have mainly included catalog objects, which users can query to discover details about the database. Recently, a new type of DB2 for i resource was added for database application developers: HTTP functions that are delivered as part of a recent DB2 for i Group PTF for IBM i 7.1.
- Free-form RPG support on IBM i
This article explains the free-form RPG function supported on IBM i, its advantages, and how to program for H, F, D and P specs within free-form. The support is intended to allow RPG to be easier to write and understand for programmers who are familiar with other high-level languages.
- IBM i Access Client Solutions Linux Application Package
IBM i Access Client Solutions and the IBM i Access Client Solutions Linux Application Package replaces iSeries Access for Linux and improves greatly upon that experience.
- Using JTOpen with Android to access IBM i
This article provides an overview of the two most recent additions to the IBM Toolbox for Java and JTOpen offering. These new Java™ packages allow you to write native applications for Android-based devices that need to interact with IBM i servers.
- IBM i Access Client Solutions: What are these application
This article explores the Microsoft® Windows® and Linux® application packages that are included as a part of IBM i Access Client Solutions. You can also discover what these application packages are and why they might be useful to you.
- Accelerated analytics - faster aggregations using the IBM DB2 for
i encoded vector index (EVI) technology
This article describes an IBM DB2® for i 7.1 technology that can improve the performance of business intelligence (BI) and analytic workloads by including aggregate values for non-key columns in an encoded vector index (EVI).
- Granular security control with function usage
Function usage provides the ability to implement granular security controls rather than granting users powerful special authorities such as all object, job control, or service. This article reviews the function usage capability and the basics of how to use it.
- Command-line interaction for IBM i Access Client Solutions
In this article, you can learn how to invoke Access Client Solutions from the command line and see the utility through functional examples.
- IBM Data Studio debugger and IBM DB2 for i
IBM® Data Studio provides a graphical debugger that can be used with IBM DB2® for i SQL and Java™ stored procedures as well as SQL user-defined functions. This powerful debugger can help you more quickly identify and resolve issues with your SQL code.