Easy400.net provides a number of tools that encourage RPG programmers
in developing WEB applications on IBM System i.
In July 1997, Giovanni B. Perotti, at that time working for IBM Italy, founded the site Easy400.ibm.it,
for allowing AS/400 developers to know and to use the WEB RPG enabler named CGIDEV (the original name of CGIDEV2).
In the following eight years, Giovanni added to the site a number of other public source utilities.
When in July 2005 Giovanni retired from IBM, he started his new personal site, this one, Easy400.net,
which has been continuously enhanced with new public source tools.
Giovanni is still spending most of his time in providing support to the IBM i community.
Easy400.net is a "public source" site.
All the Easy400 tools
do not need any authorization code (they never expire, they are always enabled to run)
can be redistribuited, if this is done at no charge
can be re-engineered and / or integrated into private or commercial products,
without requesting any permission, provided that those products carry different
names from the Easy400.net original tools.
To know what utilities can be downloaded from this site:
see page Documentation to access the documentation of each utility.
All the site utilities are repeatedly updated, as fixes or new features are requested by subscribers.
The Easy400.net utilities are provided "AS IS" without any warranties of any kind.
The implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose
and non-infringment are expressly disclaimed.
Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of implied warranties,
so the above exclusions may not apply to you.
In no event will the Easy400.net site be liable to any party
for any direct, indirect, special or other consequential damages for any use of this material,
including, without limitation, any lost profits, business interruption,
loss of programs or other data on your information handling system or otherwise,
even if we are expressly adviced of the possibility of such damages.
For any question, please contact the site owner:
Giovanni B. Perotti.
provides a terrific evidence of what you can do on IBM System i
with ILE-RPG and CGIDEV2.
JetpayI5 makes credit and debit card processing setup easy.
Within minutes being able to test against Mastercard, Visa, Maestro, Cirrus, Plus and 46 other
Principal member Servers.
This native software written in RPGLE can process high volume of transactions.
By including JetpayI5, you can process many of the World wide debit and credit cards.
JetPayI5 is a time tested system that enable setup within minutes, completely PCI certified and compliant.
You do not have to store card numbers, since the Principal member processors will store reoccurring numbers for you.
All you do is use the customer number. You can keep your own bank.
Get the technical processing up and running in a few hours. Use your own bank.
Like all the software that can use with CGIDEV2, you can download, install and use at no cost at all.
Have the programming for full credit and debit card processing in minutes.
The best of it, you can download and install at no charge at all.
Developed and distributed by
MFS for Principal members if including Mastercard and Visa.
This Easy400.net site is currently hosted ...
... by Holger Scherer of
RZKH GmbH - Rechenzentrum Kreuznach.
This Germany located consulting and hosting company concentrates on iSeries
services and highly protected hosting in their own fallout shelter for maximum
data protection and availability.
Renaissance is an addition to CGIDEV2.
CGIDEV2 enables RPG programmers to develop CGI WEB applications with no learning curve.
Renaissance goes one step further, by building around CGIDEV2 a complete framework
of development tools that allow to reach impressive productivity gains in implementing
high quality, robust and performing CGI-based WEB applications.
The best of it, Renaissance is open source RPG code, that you download
and install at no charge at all,
as it complies with the MPL (Mozilla Public Licence) Open Source strategy.
Worked 39 years for IBM Italy. Started with OS/360, went through 370, enjoyed System/38 and landed on the greatest system of them all: AS/400.
I was used to play two roles, manager and professional at the same time.
In year 1997 I got a major stroke when I discovered the easy way to make WEB from some Mel Rothman's work, CGIDEV.
That day I started a mission: enable AS/400 programmers to build WEB sites using their existing knowledge.
After retiring in year 2005 I decided to carry on with my own site.
Since then I've got more recognition than I ever had before.