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Profound Pro Tip: Using Genie Customizations to Configure Subfiles

Posted by Megan Bond on Jun 25, 2019 12:17:22 PM

Profound Pro Tips is a blog series focused on issues that our support team receives and questions our Profound Logic customers have. Have a topic you’d like to see a Profound Pro Tip for? Please contact our team or leave us a comment below. We’re here to help!

Today’s Topic: Using Genie Customizations to Configure Subfiles

Genie does not contain a built in option to automatically adjust your subfiles, but it is possible to use Genie Customizations to manually configure your subfile. Below is an example on how to modify your subfiles to submit a response when clicking on a row.

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Topics: RPG Development, Application modernization, IBM i applications, Node.js, Profound.js, IBM i, RPG, AS400 modernization, IBM i Modernization, Agile modernization, iSeries, Legacy Modernization, Profound UI, AS 400, AS_400, Profound Logic

Profound Pro Tip: Adding Image Uploads to Genie Screens

Posted by Megan Bond on Jun 19, 2019 9:27:54 AM

Profound Pro Tips is a blog series focused on issues that our support team receives and questions our Profound Logic customers have. Have a topic you’d like to see a Profound Pro Tip for? Please contact our team or leave us a comment below! We’re here to help!

Today’s Topic: Adding image upload to Genie screens

You know that you can rearrange and beautify your 5250 screens using the Genie editor. But did you know you can add images that change based on the on-screen information and even add the ability for a user to upload new images? This blog post will show you how to add an image and upload option to an item description page.

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Topics: RPG Development, Application modernization, IBM i applications, Node.js, Profound.js, IBM i, RPG, AS400 modernization, IBM i Modernization, Agile modernization, iSeries, Legacy Modernization, Profound UI, AS 400, AS_400, Profound Logic

Profound Pro Tip: Set a Default Value for a Bound Field

Posted by Megan Bond on Jun 11, 2019 1:55:30 PM

Profound Pro Tips is a blog series focused on issues that our support team receives and questions our Profound Logic customers have. Have a topic you’d like to see a Profound Pro Tip for? Please contact our team or leave us a comment below! We’re here to help!

Today’s Topic: Set a Default Value for a Bound Field

Depending on what you are looking to accomplish, the default value of a bound field can be set in numerous ways. In this Profound Pro Tip, we will be looking at setting the default value of a list box, combo box, and select box. Perhaps the easiest way to set a default value for a bound field is to do so in your RPG program, but this isn’t always practical or desirable for legacy programs. Here’s the alternatives this Profound Pro Tip will show, but remember, there’s plenty more ways to do this! Have an alternative way you like to use? Please let us and the community know in the comments below!

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Topics: RPG Development, Application modernization, IBM i applications, Node.js, Profound.js, IBM i, RPG, AS400 modernization, IBM i Modernization, Agile modernization, iSeries, Legacy Modernization, Profound UI, AS 400, AS_400, Profound Logic

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