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Connection from Mainframe to AIX Server

Postby pucca71 » Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:14 pm

Hello.

I would like to receive an orientation in order to connect to an AIX server, execute some commands there and recieve the control back to finish some other tasks within mainframe.
Could anyone give me a clue ??

Thank you ! :roll:
Thank you so much.
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Re: Connection from Mainframe to AIX Server

Postby enrico-sorichetti » Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:29 pm

quoting from another post of Yours
Skosulu ! It worked perfectly !
Thanks a lot.
(BTW, we work for the same company )


why don' You get the orientation using Your employer' s resources ??
( your tutor or the internal IBM forums )

it is laughable (and unethical) for an IBM employee to ask for help on a public forum

we provide answers ..
free of charge
on our own time and our own equipment
why should we provide free consultancy to IBM
when IBM makes customers pay for even the simpler question asked to IBM support

a bit of legalese ...
when You qualify as an IBM employee IBM is accountable for what You say
... meditate before speaking on public forums
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Re: Connection from Mainframe to AIX Server

Postby pucca71 » Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:54 pm

I am sorry Enrico if I misunderstood the use of the forum. I thougth, like others, that is a place where we can exchange challenges which could work for others. So, to whom do you provide answers/support ? Which is the target audience of this forum ?
I never intended to take advantage of anything, your words sound a bit hard and unfair.
My error was as a human, not as an employee.
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Re: Connection from Mainframe to AIX Server

Postby dick scherrer » Tue Nov 16, 2010 2:10 am

Hello,

So, to whom do you provide answers/support ?
Which is the target audience of this forum ?
As the top of the page says:
A Help & Support Forum for Mainframe Beginners and Students

Once upon a time mostly experienced people were hired by IBM. These days it appears as though IBM hires as many inexperienced people as those with experience. Probably for 2 reasons - availablility and $ . . .

I thougth, like others, that is a place where we can exchange challenges which could work for others.
Yes, we're here for the exchange - keeping in mind that this particular forum is primarily for students and "freshers" to ask questions.

In answer to your original question, suggest you talk with the people who support networking and connectivity between these systems and learn what options are available. It might also help if you mention just what you are trying to accomplish.
Hope this helps,
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Re: Connection from Mainframe to AIX Server

Postby pucca71 » Tue Nov 16, 2010 2:58 am

Thank you unless for answering.

You deserve respect as I do, so please, don't qualify persons which you don't know, and yes, as you know, the world economy is changing, it is sad, but true. I have experience in many things but I don't know everything, if it makes me an "inexperienced" people, well, good. I am proud to work for this company, and I am trying to be proactive and research everywhere in looking for solutions. I will do all my effort to serve it. I don't see what's wrong there. In fact, I shared my solutions as well. I contribute here also.
I'm not sure how many members of this forum are "students". You mostly have contact with MF by working, and if this forum brings support also for begginers, well I am a begginer in some topics, while I am an employee. Is that incorrect ?

I guess this will be my last post.
Thank you Dick for your contribution here.
Thank you so much.
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Re: Connection from Mainframe to AIX Server

Postby dick scherrer » Tue Nov 16, 2010 3:14 am

You're welcome :)

I guess this will be my last post.
This would be your choice, but is not necessary.

Something i advise prople no matter who their employer - it is best to not name employers/clients in a forum. . .

Be well,

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Re: Connection from Mainframe to AIX Server

Postby enrico-sorichetti » Tue Nov 16, 2010 3:59 am

well I am a begginer in some topics, while I am an employee. Is that incorrect ?

did You care to read and understand the PM I sent You?
looks like not :D
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Re: Connection from Mainframe to AIX Server

Postby pucca71 » Tue Nov 16, 2010 4:26 am

Well Enrico, you have disabled the reply option to a PM, so I couldn't answer you in that way. Be sure that I read and understood what you wrote. I don't agree at all. I don't think someone is "incompetent" as you call me because of asking and researching, Incompetent is a person who is not engaged with his/her work. We have different points of view of the same situation.

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Re: Connection from Mainframe to AIX Server

Postby enrico-sorichetti » Tue Nov 16, 2010 11:19 am

you have disabled the reply option to a PM

my bad, I had not noticed that the choice was off, now I can receive PM s
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