Programming:
Device

 

Use this information to learn how to use and program the System i printers, displays, and tape devices.

Basic printing
IBM System i products have powerful printing and display functions. You can present information using overlays, bar codes, graphics, images, and more. System i products support a variety of commercial printing and presentation solutions.

Application Display Programming
This book contains information about creating and maintaining displays for an application that uses DDS, creating and working with display files on the system, creating online help information, and defining panels and dialogs for an application that uses user interface manager (UIM).

ASCII Work Station Reference
This book provides information about how to adjust the settings of ASCII workstations and modems that are attached to the system through the ASCII Work Station Controller.

IBM Portable Utilities for i5/OS
The IBM Portable Utilities for i5/OS, LPO 5733-SC1, is available for i5/OS users. The LPO contains the OpenSSH, OpenSSL, and zlib open source packages, which were moved to i5/OS using the i5/OS PASE runtime environment. The LPO requires i5/OS V5R3, or later, and also requires that i5/OS Option 33 (i5/OS PASE - Portable Solutions Application Environment) be installed.

Optical device programming
Certain application programming interfaces (APIs) work with i5/OS optical file systems. i5/OS optical file systems consist of any data storage system that uses optical media, which includes CD-ROM, digital video disc (DVD), Write Once Read Many (WORM) media, and magneto-optical media.

Workstation Customization Programming
This manual describes concepts and terminology for the Integrated Language Environment (ILE) architecture of the operating system. Topics covered include module creation, binding, how to run and debug programs, and exception handling.