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Re: Client Access Vs Rumba 5.2


  • Subject: Re: Client Access Vs Rumba 5.2
  • From: "DAVID BULOG" <d2ba@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 10:36:13 +1200

fixed

Thanks Ken,
I havent got to stage as a developer where I am comfortable using Active X
and Custom DLLs.
Your sample looks good-but it will take me a while to understand

Dave

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> From: Ken Slaugh <ken.slaugh@cm-inc.com>
> To: 'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
> Subject: RE: Client Access Vs Rumba 5.2
> Date: Wednesday, 26 May 1999 03:22
> 
> David
>       I've been using the CA/400 DLLs as ActiveX add-ons for years.
> I've was able to encapsulate them into a set of objects I call ActiveX
> AS/400 Objects. I haven't worked directly with the IBM supplied ActiveX
> components but have heard that the haven't stood up to certain tasks.
> I've been able to get lightning response times with these DLLs for
> anything from a Excel macro to an Microsoft IIS active server pages.
>  
> To see more check out http://www.cm-inc.com/AS400ole/
> 
> I've also created a very useful Spoolfile EMail'r program using this
> technology, see http://www.cm-inc.com/SplEMailr/
> 
> Ken Slaugh
> Senior Programmer/System Analyst
> AS/400 Professional Network Administrator/MSE
> Specialist - Client Access/400
> Chouinard & Myhre, Inc.
> 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From:       DAVID BULOG [SMTP:d2ba@xtra.co.nz]
> > Sent:       Tuesday, May 25, 1999 2:11 AM
> > To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> > Subject:    Client Access Vs Rumba 5.2
> > 
> > Hi all,
> > I have just been imformed that we own hundreds of liecenses for the
> > latest
> > Client Access.Any info or coments aboubt this product will be
> > welcome---does it have built in 
> > Macros like Rumba-which can also trigger any exes in the system or the
> > desktop.
> > Does it support Active X like Rumba.
> > We purchased hundreds of liecenses  also for Rumba 5.2 and I am quite
> > a way
> > into 
> > building projects based around the Rumba DDE engine
> > 
> > thanks Dave
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