where are you expecting the Java GUI to run?

If this is server side java, then you have no way of displaying a GUI

Are you talking about an interactive job calling RPG triggering the GUI on
your users PCs?


On 28/11/05, P.Goovaerts@xxxxxxxxxx <P.Goovaerts@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
> One of our RPG-programmers just returned from a java course and has now
> the following question:
> Is it possible to call a confirmation-window program, written in java,
> from RPG ?  The intention is to make some little java gui-programs to do
> some simple interactions with users (Yes - No - Cancel, ...)  which can be
> called from within RPG.
> I doubt it can be done because of the character-based sessions of the
> interactive RPG programs but one never know....
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