- Paperback: 363 pages
- Publisher: Mc Press; 1 edition (Feb. 1 2000)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1583470085
- ISBN-13: 978-1583470084
- Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 2 x 22.9 cm
- Shipping Weight: 590 g
- Average Customer Review: 31 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,319,686 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
e-RPG: Building AS/400 Web Applications with RPG Paperback – Feb 1 2000
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About the Author
Bradley V. Stone has been programming since the age of eight, when a TRS-80 Color Computer showed up at his house one Christmas. He has been programming on the AS/400 since 1993 and has created many Web-based applications using the AS/400 and RPG.
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If it's the boss's money what the heck. If it's your money then keep looking!
E-commerce. A mystery to me and others of my ilk. A colleague of mine suggested that to sell anything today it need to have a e- at the front, and that we should just get a some sticky labels printed and attach to everyday items and re-sell. We spent an afternoon inventing new and innovative products: e-chair, e-watercooler, e-stapler etc.. Oh, how we laughed......
Imagine my surprise when later that evening I felt compelled to purchase a book with e-RPG as its title! Had the e-business trap caught me?
I saw the author was Bradley, I had visited some of his work with e-RPG examples some months ago and in the AS/400 Cyber Village his name is unavoidable.
Bradley reassures right from page one, that the foundations involved in launching e-commerce from an AS/400 with the toolset we already know - RPG!
Step by step, this book walks you through creating examples of RPG programs used as the foundations for web based applications.
The section on configuring the HTTP Server of the AS/400 showed in simple steps how to do it right, which made the setup a breeze compared with struggling with the basic IBM documentation.
Bradley takes you through the journey to understanding how RPG sits within e-commerce arena. His chapters include:
All in all, this book is essential in looking how RPG could reside with newer technologies and is a must for those looking to update their skills set.
Bradley V. Stone demystifies the use of RPG with Web Based Applications.
Dave George Editor
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