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Implementing Level II and Level III Credit Card Data on IBM i

Implementing Level II and Level III Credit Card Data on IBM i

When I use my credit card, I don’t give a second thought to the data being passed every time I swipe it.  I know the funds are going to be sent to the company I’m doing business with, and I’m on the hook to pay for it.  In every transaction I’ve made using my credit […]

EchoSign it – Obtaining Electronic Signatures with RPG-XML Suite

EchoSign it – Obtaining Electronic Signatures with RPG-XML Suite

Nearly every company requires documents to be signed in order to facilitate business transactions.  Some require hundreds or thousands to be processed daily.  Gone is the day of the fax machine.  Even a document scanner that facilitates the exchange of signed documents via email can be perceived as outdated.  Enter Adobe EchoSign. With RPG-XML Suite, […]

LeasePlan uses RPG-XML Suite to support 1.3 million vehicles across 32 countries

LeasePlan uses RPG-XML Suite to support 1.3 million vehicles across 32 countries

By Jim Utsler, IBM Systems Magazine: Big data has become an industry buzzword, but the interpretation of the term varies from organization to organization.  To some, it may be as simple as receiving both structured and unstructured data.  To others, it could be data coming from a variety of internal and external sources.  And to […]

Keep your Big Gulp: Get more out of Salesforce.com with real-time data from IBM i

Keep your Big Gulp: Get more out of Salesforce.com with real-time data from IBM i

So I’m a sales and marketing guy.  It’s what I do. In a previous life I worked for a manufacturing company running on IBM i that used salesforce.com to manage accounts, contacts, opportunities, and tasks like logging sales calls and follow up activities.  The overall inside sales team and the individual inside sales rep needed a […]

Using XSD Validation within RPG-XML Suite

Using XSD Validation within RPG-XML Suite

One of the greatest strengths of XML is how flexible it is as a data format. It has a few simple rules that must be followed – like nesting and case sensitivity, but otherwise XML can be used to create documents of any size and complexity required for a given task. Defining the rules Unfortunately, […]