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A basic question about AS400 using

Bonjour,

(1) What is the link between AS400 and iSeries? Sorry, I didn't understand
that on the IBM site.


(2) A collegue told me that an AS400 was used by a customer for transmitting
IP datagrams (coming from a LAN) on a X.25 dedicated line.
I don't understand why an application server has been used for that
translation. For me, IP and X.25 protocols are just level 1, 2, 3 services.
Am I wrong?

Can somebody give me a few words?
Thanks,
Angelot


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(1) iSeries is just a "rebranding" (ie renaming) of the AS400 under the
larger eServer family of IBM servers.
(2) It is doubtful the AS400 is being used just to "translate IP datagrams
on an X.25 dedicated line". There must be some other application the AS400
is being used for.

"Angelot" <NoSpam@NoSpam.fr> wrote in message
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> Bonjour,
>
> (1) What is the link between AS400 and iSeries? Sorry, I didn't understand
> that on the IBM site.
>
>
> (2) A collegue told me that an AS400 was used by a customer for
transmitting
> IP datagrams (coming from a LAN) on a X.25 dedicated line.
> I don't understand why an application server has been used for that
> translation. For me, IP and X.25 protocols are just level 1, 2, 3
services.
> Am I wrong?
>
> Can somebody give me a few words?
> Thanks,
> Angelot
>
>


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2/17/2004 10:31:31 PM
Thanks Jim for these remarks.
Regards


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nospam274 (29)
2/19/2004 12:33:16 AM
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I am new to the AS400, always worked with Windows only. Here is the problem: We have some users that print a particular report from the 400. The printer they normally print this report to is shared off a Windows XP PC and has a client access session associated with it. THe printer is shared off of one of the user's PCs, she is runing Client Access Express The other two users have windows 98 PCs running client access 95. The report is supposed to print out in landscape mode. it is 142 characters long. My understanding is anything over 96 defaults to landscape? Anyways, just recently the report started printing in portrait and we cannot get it back to printing in landscape mode. I have deleted the printer session and set it back up, and have deleted the client access sessions on the PCs and set them back up but it still doesnt print landscape. Yet there are other reports they send to this printer that DO print landscape. Plus on another PC one of our programmers printed the report we are having this problem with to a networked copier and it DID print in landscape. I am guessing there is a setting somewhere we are not looking at, but dont really know. Any help would be appreciated. gary gary wrote: > I am new to the AS400, always worked with Windows only. > > Here is the problem: > > We have some users that print a particular report from the 400. > The printer they normally print this report to is shared off a Windows XP PC > and has ...

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