• Subject: Data Queues via TCP/IP ??
  • From: SCHENCK_DONALD <schencd%AM_LZCH%VASELL@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 03 Dec 1997 13:22:52 -0400
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In the "good old days", I was writing VB 3.0 code that did all kinds of
client/server stuff with the AS/400. I was using the API's and using data
queues, remote SQL, remote commands ... all that cool stuff.

Now, after a two year hiatus from AS/400 work, I'm back. And I'm wondering: Can
I access a data queue via TCP/IP? What does it take?

Likewise, can I launch an AS/400 job?

What about ODBC: can that be run over TCP/IP.

Is there a GOOD book about this stuff?


-- Don "Waiting with credit card in hand" Schenck

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