At 06:31 AM 9/11/97 -0500, you wrote:
>Please help me with this...
>
>1) RISC-based 400 running V3R7.
>2) Simple spooled file with some vertical and horizontal lines
>using the (-) and (|) chars. with a mixture of approx. 200+ chars.
>across.
>
>Trying to get it out of the 400 and into a Web page!
>
>Got the process down, and can see it in the web page,
>but it doesn't respect the tabs(?), so the 'columns' of the
>report don't line up - it looks terribly messy!
>
>This is how I did it:
>
>First used the 'copy to file' command.
>Then, used Netsoft's 32bit transfer program to upload
>it to the PC side (basic sequencial type of format).
>Pulled it up in WordPad, and suprisingly looks just
>like it was on the spool file - columns lined up and
>everything!
>
>But then, I dropped into a 1 column by 1 column table
>(all 255 chars. across) on the Web pageand guess what?
>The columns were all messy! :-(
>
>HELPPPPPP!!!!!
>
>So, what's the best way to move a spooled file into
>*your* web page?
>
>Any third party products you'd recommend?
>
>Thanks in advance.

Robert

No answers, just questions--

Are you serving this through Workstation Gateway or some other means? I
think INet's Webulator can serve spooled files?

Alternatively, you might take a look at net.data, a feature of OS/400, the
followup to DB2WWW.

The new Host-On-Demand has an API of Java classes that can be used to
present AS/400 info--don't know it applies here, but...

Good luck, I'll be interested in other replies

Vernon Hamberg
Systems Software Programmer
Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
400 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 371-1111 x480
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