>Visual Basic-developed applications on
>>  a Win 95/NT client, possibly downloaded from a file server, pointing to an
>>  AS/400 via Client Access and TCP/IP and accessing databases via ODBC.

At least look at Visual Age RPG.  It offers the connectivity you want, and
the client-server relationship.  RPG programmers can make the change-over
to VARPG easily and quickly.  It's cost is under a thousand dollars per
developer and the code runs natively on the clients.  It will be available
with tcp/ip shortly.

I wrote a very small VARPG program and it is on my home page if you want
to see what VARPG code actually looks like.  

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Booth Martin     
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