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Re: Tool for intercepting screen data



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From what I can remember, the problem with STRCPYSCN is that for each
screen capture, it requires the user to respond to a question each and
every time.


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On Thu, 2008-07-31 at 15:49 +0200, Tomasz Skorża wrote:
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Do you know any tool/software that allow me to "intercept" exactly data
on every field on screen when user press Enter (or any other function key)?


STRCPYSCN perhaps?

For 5250 emulation, the Client Access (please substitute the right
nom-du-jour) APIs let you build this.

I once built some programs (PC and System i in cooperation) that
captured screen images from an emulation session, but with a whole lot
more information besides. I could probably ressurect that, if you are
interested. Please feel free to tell us more.

Cheers,
Terry.



Regards



Tomek




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