As you start developing Microsoft .NET applications to work with your System i, you'll soon realize that you need more access to your System i than SQL alone provides. In the July 2006 issue of My i-.NET, I showed how you can call external stored procedures to call programs on your System i. In the October 2006 issue, I explained how to use the iSeries Access OLE DB provider support for data queues. Several people have asked if there is a simpler technique available for program calls. ...

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