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June 4, 2014 | Volume 13 Issue 10

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS

TOP STORY:  Practical ILE: Building Your Service Program Library, Part 3
FEATURED ARTICLE: How Do I Know if Two Space Pointers Do Not Address the Same SLS Segment in ILE HLL Programs?
NEWS HIGHLIGHT:  LaserVault Releases UBD SCSI Express: Virtual Tape Appliance Simplifies IBM AS/400 and iSeries Back
WEBCAST CENTER:  Create Amazing, Modern Apps With Profound UI
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Feature Article - Programming
 
Practical ILE: Building Your Service Program Library, Part 3

In our final step, we connect application programs to the new service programs via binding.

joe plutaWritten by Joe Pluta

It's funny sometimes how the computer world goes in cycles. It seems ages ago that we wrote source code, compiled it into object code, and then linked the pieces together. We left that behind for all-in-one compilers, but in today's brave new world of interoperable ILE languages, we've revived the whole concept and now we have to once again think about linking. In current parlance, the concept is known as "binding," and this last article in our series will show you how to manage it.


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Feature Article - Programming
 
How Do I Know if Two Space Pointers Do Not Address the Same SLS Segment in ILE HLL Programs?

Learn the PowerPC instruction on which this technique is based.

junlei liWritten by Junlei Li

In IBM i, a space pointer is used to address bytes within a space. The addressability contained in a space pointer is the Single-Level Store (SLS) virtual address or the process-local Teraspace address stored in the 8-byte address portion. The distinguishing SLS addressing mechanism used by IBM i and its ancestors (AS/400 and System/38) is no doubt one of the cornerstones of the system. From the point of view of storage management, SLS is also the base of the object-based architecture of the system.


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