WebFacing does not necessarily do anything that alters or adds comments to 
your source.  The exception, is that you can use Code Designer to add 
customization to your display file that will only apply to WebFacing.  For 
example, perhaps you want to hide a certain field when it is displayed in 
a web browser, but not in 5250.  This can be set in Code Designer, and it 
stores comments in the source code that the WebFacing generator reads when 
producing the WebFaced version of the screens.

Once those comments are in the source, the display file should only be 
edited by Code Designer so that they are not lost.


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