|Date:||November 15, 2005|
|Time:||5:30 (Deli snack) - 6:00 (Meeting)|
13333 Allen Rd
Southgate, MI 48195 (map)
|Notes:||Presentation file (Powerpoint, 286 K)|
This presentation examines the synergy between both languages. Many programmers already know how to embed SQL in their RPG programs. What about embedding RPG in your SQL? What about using SQL within ILE subprocedures and using ILE subprocedures as SQL functions? This session examines some of the more sophisticated ways that these two languages interact.
has worked on IBM midrange systems for over twenty years. With many years of experience in programming, analysis, consulting, and instruction, he is uniquely skilled at making difficult material more easily understood. As the lead instructor for DMC Consulting’s AS/Credentials training classes, Kevin is responsible developing up to date courseware as well as providing instruction on a wide range of topics. This comprehensive background which includes practical application, education, and research provides a perspective that allows him to help others steer their way through the technical maze that surrounds them.
Kevin is the author of "SQL for eServer i5 and iSeries", volunteers as a Subject Matter Export for COMMON, speaks regularly at conferences and user group meetings, and has written numerous articles on a variety of iSeries topics.