>> that seems to whittle it right down to data queues...... Am I way off on
this?  Who has two cents to add?

Any reason why sockets wasn't on the list?  Java does it real well and real easy
- It is on most any release of AS/400 you'd want to run on and can be accessed
directly from RPG if there are no C coders handy.

I would have thought that these days it was the natural choice.  Data Queues
force you to work with a client that can talk data queues - why restrict it like
that?


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