How about doing things the other way around? i.e. embedding a 5250 emulator
in a secure web page?
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Subject: Re: [LINUX5250] New use for tn5250
James Rich wrote:
I think this would be a very difficult thing to do since the 5250 protocol
and the HTTP protocol are so vastly different.
Actually, you *MIGHT* be able to do something that would translate basic
HTML (very basic) into UIM.
UIM, as I understand it (and my experience with it is limited to help text
only), is a way of creating display's that can be implementation agnostic.
I think this is limited to display size though.
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