I'm really struggling with the limitations of DDS. I did see this
preprocessor: http://rpglanguage.biz/copybook.html. Not being very
familiar with iSeries terminology, it sounds like it might be
capable of allowing a /COPY in my DDS. Has anyone had any
experience with something like this?
Booth Martin wrote:
The same energy you will need to fake the green screen into thinking
it is modern can be pointed in another direction. A direction that
many of us wish we were smart enough to go.
This a good, rock-solid platform. Why not use the platform and
scrap the 5250 solutions? Go straight to the web browser
solutions for your casual users? It is a learning curve,
but unless I am way off base, it is doable for someone who
understand the browser world.
Sarah Kemp wrote:
It's true I'm coming from a web background. I can't remember the
last time I made a page that was actually all located in one file so
I am trying to get these green screens working with the same
flexibility. I'm looking for a combination of CSS and a PHP (or ASP)
'include', which just grabs the header file (which could have
standard config, output, and style information) and adds it to the
page. I am ok with this 'grab' being at compile time rather than
runtime, but I really don't like the idea of just having a template
that I copy and paste into each new screen... what if something
We still have RPGII rolling around this system and all new development (aside from what I am working on) is in RPG/400. I am trying to convince our main programmer that RPGIV is worth using.
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