Mike:

Eclipse is written in Java. Eclipse has its own UI widgets, SWT and
JFace.

With them you can write GUI applications.

However I think Kevin developed his application in Eclipse RCP. Eclipse
RCP is the minimum set of Eclipse plugins necessary to give you a
framework to support your application. Go to www.eclipse.org and look for
the link to Rich Client Platform.

Bill Blalock





Mike Krebs <mkrebs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
06/21/2007 12:52 PM
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Subject: RE: SQL, Stored Proc, Other

You wrote the gui in Java using Eclipse? Or am I missing a new tool?

Mike Krebs

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Subject: SQL, Stored Proc, Other

Hi,

I've just written a GUI for a monitoring tool - It uses data queues from
the
server software on the iSeries.

The actual GUI is written in Eclipse.

The gui uses sql to get information from the database.

With Eclipse you get so much pre built - like the help system - automatic
update etc. etc.

And of course it runs on windows and Linux from the same code base

Good luck.

Kevin

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subject: SQL, Stored Proc, Other - whats best to use getting data from
iseries

Hello,



I am working on a new app that I would like to make GUI. My thoughts were
using a Java Gui, but not sure how I want to handle getting data from and
to
the iseries. I've read on using SQL, back end RPG stored procedure, Stored
proces using Data queues, etc.



Seems to be lots of options. Just would like feedback on some you all have
tried and pro/cons of each.



Thanks.



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