General 2E/Plex

July 27, 2017

Why attend the 9th CA 2E and CA Plex Worldwide Developer Conference? In depth training will be available for CA 2E and CA Plex, followed by customer-led sessions on the products.  Don’t miss the sessions on “Developing Modern Web Applications using CA WebClient,” “The Evolution of Application Development – Axon Ivy,” “MatchPoint & DevOps,” and

September 21, 2016

Morning! Sometimes in 2E developers just assume that there is an aspect of 2E that cannot be customized. For years we just work around items when really those items can be changed and adjusted. One of those items are the F7 & F8 keys. By default 2E is shipped with the F7 & F8 keys

February 1, 2016

Oftentimes it’s necessary to alter the 2E generated source before your function is compiled. In this case what I really wanted to do is add my own H Specs in before the program is compiled. This article will outline how I was able to do this with some user source and the YSCNRPLSRC command provided

October 14, 2015

When I train people to who are new to 2E, but have been RPG developers for sometime, one question I’m asked about is how to perform subfile drop/fold within 2E. This is actually pretty simple to do, just follow the following steps. First let’s work with a screen in which we want some fields on

August 21, 2015

In this post, I want to outline two concepts that may help you to create a better service architecture for CA Plex WCF services. First, we should make sure the interfaces are decoupled from the business logic in order to make sure that a change to business functions will not affect the interface used by

January 29, 2015

It’s Time for the 2015 CA 2E/CA Plex 7th Developers Conference Join the CA Community, Partners and Customers for this Premier Developer and Analyst Event in Austin, TX Hello again to the Worldwide CA 2E/Plex Community, Early Bird registration for only US$249 is now open for the 7th CA 2E/CA Plex Developers Conference, to be

November 11, 2014

Hello all! My name is Jason Olson and I am one of the newest members of the CM First team. I’m happy to be with this fine group, and Mark Schroeder has asked if I would pen a series of articles on IBM i administration and system maintenance. I thought a good place to start