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Embedding SQLin RPG Programs
Many RPG programmers have used interactive SQL as a tool to quickly browse data or to createtest data scenarios, but have stopped short of embedding it into their RPG programs. Come to thissession to learn why, when and how you may want to use SQL in conjunction with RPG. We willcover the basics of embedding SQL into RPG, including using SQL cursors.The authors, Susan Gantner and Jon Paris, are co-founders of Partner400, a firm specializing incustomized education and mentoring services for AS/400 and iSeries developers. After many yearswith IBM, including several years at the Rochester and Toronto laboratories, Jon and Susan arenow devoted to educating developers on techniques and technologies to extend and modernizetheir applications and development environments. This is done via on-site custom classes forindividual companies as well as conferences and user group events.Together with her partner, Jon Paris, Susan authors regular technical articles for the IBMpublication,
IBM Systems Magazine, i5 edition (
eServer Magazine,iSeries edition
), and the companion electronic newsletter,
i5 EXTRA (
. Youmay view articles in current and past issues and/or subscribe to the free newsletter or the magazineat: http://www.ibmsystemsmag.com.Susan and Jon are also partners in SystemiDeveloper, a company that hosts the
for more details.This presentation may contain small code examples that are furnished as simple examples toprovide an illustration. These examples have not been thoroughly tested under all conditions. Wetherefore, cannot guarantee or imply reliability, serviceability, or function of these programs.All code examples contained herein are provided to you "as is". THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OFMERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLYDISCLAIMED.
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