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Hi All 

Does anyone know how to display graphics via a AS400 Display file.  I
would like to be able to press a function on the screen and have a
window appear with say, a scanned in ducoment?  Note, I am not looking
to start a windows application on the pc but have it all controlled on
the AS400.  I am a 5250 emulator via client access, so the monitor has
graphics display capabilities i.e. I am not using dumb terminal.

Thanks

-----Original Message-----
From: Adam Driver [mailto:adam_driver@yahoo.com.au]
Sent: 31 May 2000 04:58
To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Subject: Re: What are a programmer's rights to what he writes?


Al, 

Urban myth (sort of). This sort of thing does not
really happen these days, but historically this was
the case in some heavily unionised industries such as
construction and the public service. However, in the
last 15 years or so a lot has been done to restructure
Australian industry. The previous Labor government
even managed to convince the union movement to accept
reductions in real wages over a period of 6 or 7 years
to control inflation. 

Sorry about the off the topic mail. By the way, the IT
industry in Australia has never unionised to any great
degree. As far as I'm aware there aren't actually any
specific IT unions. 


Thanks

--- MacWheel99@aol.com wrote: > >  From:   
rob@dekko.com (Rob Berendt)
> >  
> >  Unions have a history of doing this same stupid
> thing.  
> >  Michelin tires for example.  'Management unfair! 
> Buy 
> >  someone else's product' (and put me out of a
> job)!
> 
> This may be a consequence of Management grabbing all
> the union workers that 
> appear to be half way intelligent, so that the union
> tactics get dumbed down.
> 
> From perspective of the union it is not stupid.
> 
> They do not care about the individual workers who
> are paying the dues, 
> they only care that the union will remain a force in
> power at that company & 
> that industry.
> 
> Thanks to the labor management dispute, the company
> loses market share, so 
> the union is hoping that in the future, the company
> will bow to the union to 
> avoid suffering the union discipline again.  What
> this does to the number of 
> workers who are members of the union is not
> important.
> 
> If union violence happens to destroy a few
> companies, then this will send a 
> message to other companies that they had better obey
> their unions or else.  
> What this does to the jobs for the workers who used
> to work there is not 
> important.
> 
> The only thing that is important to the union is the
> war with capitalism.  
> 
> I heard a union story out of Australia ... is this
> urban legend ... computer 
> workers there are unionized ... programmer union
> worker cannot change the 
> paper in a printer because that is the computer
> operator union job.
> 
> Al Macintyre  
> http://www.cen-elec.com MIS Manager Programmer &
> Computer Janitor
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=====
Adam Driver
AS/400 Systems Support Specialist

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