Category: RPG

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Mar2014
Prediction 1: BPM will overtake Java, .Net and other modernization techniques as a forward path for custom RPG applications. There are two reasons I am confident about this prediction: a. Modernization as commonly viewed will no longer be adequate Many people in ... Read More
March 18, 2014admin

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Mar2014
In this article I am proposing some essential principles owners of legacy RPG applications must adopt in order to realize key goals of modern business management. The fundamental goals of management being considered can be summarized as: – Implementing business process ... Read More
March 18, 2014admin

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Mar2014
In this article we will take a high level look at the BPM equivalent of a simple RPG program. Here is a really important point about this exercise: for purposes of comparison we have designed the BPM application to ... Read More
March 18, 2014admin

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Mar2014
In this second in a series of articles on Business Process Management (BPM) for IBM i, I spoke to Phil Coulthard, an IBM Master Inventor and Chief Architect of IBM BPM and SOA tools. He was also one of the original ... Read More
March 18, 2014admin

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Mar2014
While many RPG shops have invested in developing Java or .Net skills for new development or re-engineering, another alternative has evolved that few in the IBM i community have noticed. That alternative is BPM, and it has some remarkable advantages. ... Read More
March 18, 2014admin