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AS/400 TCP/IP Handbook

Chris Peters

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  • The Internet has become such a powerful instrument for business and communication that it would be hard to imagine operating without it. The business benefits of having an Internet presence are undeniable. Any AS-400 company that doesn't have an Internet implementation is going to find itself losing market share--it's that simple.

    This book is intended to give AS-400 professionals an understanding of the protocol at the heart of Internet and intranet communications. The information presented here will position you to take full advantage of your system's potential for optimizing your business.

    This is the most complete TCP-IP book on the market. It has the concepts and background material that traditional AS-400 professionals need as they start their Internet development journey. It covers the details of all the significant TCP/IP utilities available on the system so you can have all the information you need for your development in one source. And it explains sockets technology by presenting a full-featured production-quality TCP-IP sockets server program with RPG IV. This book is truly the source for AS-400 TCP-IP programming information.

    Upon completion of AS-400 TCP-IP Handbook, you will be able to:

    • Discover the top ten reasons projects fail
    • Master the five keys to project success
    • Explore the six phases of the project lifecycle--step by step
    • Review the documents necessary for good project management and learn how to complete them
    • Understand the warning signs of a project in trouble and learn how to get it back on track
    • Learn Quality Management and Quality Assurance practices in easy-to-understand terms
    • Acquire practical ways to develop effective leadership and team-building skills
  • Chris Peters has worked with S-36, AS-400, and PC networked platforms for 21 years. A specialist in client-server applications at Evergreen Interactive Systems, he frequently writes magazine articles for the IBM community and is a popular speaker at numerous conferences and events.
  • Item Number: 5008
    Author Name: Chris Peters
    Publication Date: October 1,1999
    Edition: First
    Pages: 396
    ISBN-10: 1583470050
    ISBN-13: 9781583470053
    Format: Paperback
    Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.8 x 9 inches
    Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
    Language: English




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