MAPSYS provides development services on IBM’s iSeries platform using some of these technologies:
RPG and Cobol Development Services
The worlds of RPG and Cobol have changed dramatically over the years. RPG projects today may require skills anywhere from RPG II in a System 36 environment to RPG ILE solutions in free format leveraging embedded SQL calls. Cobol also can go from System 36 environments using Copy books to full Cobol ILE applications. We take the time to understand your environment to provide resources that have the correct mix of skills for your project.
MAPSYS provides Java application development services on the iSeries most often to create web applications or web services to support integration between applications. Our understanding of the iSeries and DB2 differentiate MAPSYS from most of our competition. When appropriate, Java can be used in conjunction with RPG and Cobol applications to leverage existing iSeries staff skills. Our expertise in both Java and legacy languages make MAPSYS an excellent resource to train mentor your staff as well. Applications can be deployed utilizing Websphere or Apache Tomcat application servers.
MAPSYS provides both Client and Web applications using Domino. Domino applications can utilize NSF files or access existing DB2 files. MAPSYS has developed many workflow applications for clients over the years, writing systems that both leverage and improve your existing business processes. For more information on System administration and Domino training services, visit the Domino page.
PHP runs on the iSeries in a PASE environment and can be leveraged to provide Web applications. PHP is installed on over 20 million web sites and 1 million web servers and runs well on the iSeries. Also, PHP can be easier to learn for iSeries legacy developers than other languages. MAPSYS can create and deploy applications on the iSeries and assist your staff in developing these skills as well.
xSeries, pSeries
Both Java, Domino, and Java development services are also provided on IBM’s xSeries and pSeries systems.

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