That thing I forgot the name - it is XMLSERVICE. It still ends up calling
some RPG program.
On 5/20/2014 10:35 PM, Vernon Hamberg wrote:
As far as I know, there is no way to directly write to a data queue from--
a browser - if that is what you mean by sending from the web
Everything from a form goes through a CGI program that is specified on
the <form> in HTML - and THAT program would take some parameter value and
pass it to the data queue.
Now PHP may have something like that - ultimately, there is a program
doing it but you don't see it, i think.
There might be something in this service program that came out a while
back - I forget the name, it is used by the PHP support, I think. It has a
number of builtins, sort of.
On 5/20/2014 10:20 PM, Booth Martin wrote:
Looking for example/instructions on sending data from web to a data queue
I want to send output from a web form to a data queue for processing by
an RPG program. I believe it is possible, and not all that hard, however I
have confused myself.
Any good places to look for a solution?
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