mrc-Productivity Series

Local Database Connections with V6R1

Local Database Connections with V6R1   Both m-Power and mrc-Productivity Series customers have the ability to utilize a Local Database Connection if running their software off of an AS400. m-Power customers can see this connection by going to Data Dictionary –> Edit Data Dictionary Files –> Data Source Configuration. Classic Servlet customers can see this […]

Updating Your Production Server After Taking MRCCH

Updating Your Production Server After Recent MRCCH   Situation: You are developing your mrc applications on your AS400 but serve them from a different physical Windows server. You are doing this to separate production and development environments. Plus, you realize that running applications on a Windows server will be much more efficient and quicker to […]

mrc-Productivity Series Commands

mrc Productivity Series Commands   MRC Call the mrc-Productivity Series Main menu MRCCPYF Copy file definition from one data dictionary to another MRCCPYI Copy a retrieval or graph from one data dictionary to another or within the same dictionary MRCCPYO Copy an external object from one data dictionary to another MRCCPYR Copy a report from […]

Converting your Operating System to V6R1/V7R1

  Steps to Upgrade your mrc-Productivity Series past IBM's V5R4   Note: There are no issues relating to m-Power and V6R1 or V7R1. mrc-Productivity Series is fully compatible* with IBM's OS level V6R1 and V7R1. However, you will need to follow the steps listed below prior to upgrading your operating system if your current operating […]

Improving performance: Cleaning the MRCLDC9A file

Improving performance: Cleaning the MRCLDC9A file   Due to the flexibility of the mrc suite, there are times when the MRCLDC9A file can not automatically delete member files. This can cause performance issues if not cleaned every few years. Here is what we recommend: Take a DSPFD on the MRCLDC9A in the appropriate library by […]

Java File Copy

Java File Copy   The Java File Copy feature makes it simple to copy data tables from one DB to another. This feature works on any OS and any DB supported by m-Power. The JDBC connection property information is required for each execution of this feature and includes that as part of the parameters set. […]