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Wim Stijnman
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Mar 31, 2012
Wim Stijnman posted a blog post

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines completed migration project

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has recently completed a migration project to replace the old Wang VS 8400 and Wang VS 16000 machines by virtual Wang machines. This insures troublefree continued operation of a number of critical applications for the Engineering & Maintenance division. I supply my translation of the message from the project manager.…See More
Mar 31, 2012
Thomas Junker left a comment for Wim Stijnman
"Excellent! This is exactly the kind of good information I had hoped to see exchanged here! Thank you!"
May 4, 2009
Bernard Erny left a comment for Wim Stijnman
"Hello Wim, thanks for your trick. I'll test it in few days. Best regards. Bernard Erny"
Apr 30, 2009
Wim Stijnman commented on Bernard Erny's blog post The NewVS a modern computing system
"An implementation of PDF conversion via LS printing may be obtained as follows. It requires a standard LS virtual printer and a PCL to PDF conversion tool at the printer gateway, in this case "pcl2pdf32" (scan the internet). At the printer…"
Apr 30, 2009
Thomas Junker left a comment for Wim Stijnman
"Welcome, Wim! Thank you for participating! I hope you will find useful information and friends here. Regards, Tom Junker"
Apr 28, 2009

Profile Information

What is your industry?
Aircraft Maintenance
How long have you worked with the Wang VS?
more than 20 years
What are your primary VS languages?
BASIC, Assembler
Are you presently actively working with a VS?
No
Do you have a "New VS" [a.k.a. "VSGX"]?
No
Is your VS the enterprise processor?
(Not applicable)

Wim Stijnman's Blog

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines completed migration project

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has recently completed a migration project to replace the old Wang VS 8400 and Wang VS 16000 machines by virtual Wang machines. This insures troublefree continued operation of a number of critical applications for the Engineering & Maintenance division. I supply my translation of the message from the project manager.…

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At 10:27pm on May 4, 2009, Thomas Junker said…
Excellent! This is exactly the kind of good information I had hoped to see exchanged here! Thank you!
At 2:52pm on April 30, 2009, Bernard Erny said…
Hello Wim, thanks for your trick. I'll test it in few days.
Best regards. Bernard Erny
At 7:24am on April 28, 2009, Thomas Junker said…
Welcome, Wim! Thank you for participating! I hope you will find useful information and friends here.

Regards,

Tom Junker
 
 
 

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