Briefly describe PeopleSoft and Non PeopleSoft objects?
How do you work with semi colon se[arated files in BDC ?
Service Program : S1 Modules in S1 : M1 M1 having two procedures : ADD, SUB Current Binder Language STRPGMEXP PGMLVL(*CURRENT) EXPORT SYMBOL("ADD") EXPORT SYMBOL("SUB") ENDPGMEXP Doubt: I need to add one new Module to the Service Program M2 having one procedure ‘MULT’ How to add this new module to the service program S1 ? If I need to recreate the service program again, Do I need to mention the Module M1 again while recreating along with new Module M2? There is no Binding Directory. Binder language structure will be like this STRPGMEXP PGMLVL(*CURRENT) EXPORT SYMBOL("ADD") EXPORT SYMBOL("SUB") EXPORT SYMBOL("MULT") ENDPGMEXP STRPGMEXP PGMLVL(*PREVIOUS) EXPORT SYMBOL("ADD") EXPORT SYMBOL("SUB") ENDPGMEXP
Write a program to maintain a singly linked list having the following functions: a) Creation of the list b) Displaying the list. c) Swap all nodes at consecutive even odd positions. E.g.: The nodes at position 1 should be swapped with node 2, node 3 with node 4 and so on.
how to solved the crictical problems in d. g. set
how can we maintain the previous version scripts to new version.
c program which behaves like a shell(command interpreter). it has its own prompt say "NewShell$".any normal shell command is executed from your shell by starting a child process to execute a system program corrosponding to the command
What are DSA and DSS ?
If a high resistance fault occurs,then what are the changes will happen in the system?
How to stop the evergreen renewal contracts types?
how can we get the output of half adder by using 555 timer circuit,give it desired circuit diagram
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What is the difference between single core 2 wire and single core 3 wire system? Which application we are using this? and for What purpose we are using this?
Company XYZ split 5:1 on June 30, 2008. Date Close Price # of Shares Revised Closed Price Revised # of Shares June 15, 2009 $75.00 5,000 $75.00 5000 April 23, 2009 $72.00 7,500 $72.00 7500 March 31, 2009 $67.00 135 $67.00 135 March 31, 2008 $275.00 531 $55 2755 November 30, 2007 $233.00 266 $46.6 1330 October 6, 2006 $1,333.00 10 $266 50
What goals do you have in your career?