Adds an IBM i Notebook, which allows users to create notebooks to:
run CL commands
run commands in PASE (shellscript)
execute SQL statements
What is the point of a Notebook?
Notebooks are documents that contain a mix of rich Markdown, executable code snippets, and accompanying rich output. These are all separated into distinct cells and can be interleaved in any order.
Notebooks are great storytelling devices, allowing you to interleave Markdown elements like images, math equations, and explanatory text with your code. Notebooks can be a perfect way to share and explain your ideas with coworkers or the public community.
You can open .inb files in the IFS (not source members), or
you can open local .inb files.
You can also use the 'New Notebook' command to create a new local Notebook. Use F1/Ctrl+Shift+P and search 'new notebook'
When CL commands are executed, they will use the library list that is setup in Code for IBM i. If you have CL content assist enabled (as part of Code for IBM i), then you will be able to use utilise that when writing CL commands.
SQL statements run in SQL mode (*SQL) and will always have a default library that matches the user's user profile name. Any unqualified objects will use the default library.