• Subject: RE: NT(IIS)->AS400 - where's the bridge?
  • From: jkrueger@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 19:17:11 -0600

There is actually quite a bit of information on interfacing between AS/400
and COM on the Client Access site.  I'm not sure why you've written off
Client Access, as you didn't say, but you might want to reconsider it.  The
portion of the product with APIs is licensed as part of OS/400, so it would
not force you to ask your management to purchase another product.  On V3R7
through V4R3 the APIs in Windows 95/NT Client Access were licensed with the
operating system, and on V4R4, the APIs in Client Access Express are
licensed with the operating system.  Check out:


You should also look at the AS/400 ToolBox for Java.  If you find the full
toolbox too unwieldy for your needs, the source code is now online so you
can carve it down.  Check out:


Of course if you do that, read the licensing agreements carefully;  you
won't be able to report any problems to IBM unless you can reproduce them
in the unadulterated version...

Janet Krueger
D H Andrews Group

Nikolay.Ichpekov@ssa.co.uk on 03/17/2000 10:50:42 AM

Please respond to JAVA400-L@midrange.com

To:   JAVA400-L@midrange.com
cc:    (bcc: Janet Krueger/dhagroup/US)
Subject:  RE: NT(IIS)->AS400 - where's the bridge?

Thanks Jose. Are there any samples of this kind of work being done with
AS400 and COM. I've trawled through the IBM site and they don't even
acknowledge the existence of COM, seems to be a black hole in IBM's
strategy in my opinion.



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