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A comprehensive introduction to IBM ithe operating system that runs on IBM's midrange computer systems (System i, iSeries, AS/400)and its facilities, this in-depth resource uses step-by-step exercises, review questions, and chapter labs to teach new programmers the latest system concepts and tools. Reflecting system changes that have occurred since 2000, topics include Rational Developer for Power (RDP), RDP Screen Designer and Report Designer, IBM i Access for Windows, IBM i Access for Web, IBM DB2 Web Query for i, and Remote System Explorer (RSE).
Published: MC Press an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781583476185
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