• Subject: Re: Client/Server on the AS/400
  • From: "Marc Zylka" <marc@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 10:06:46 -0400

Booth,

> But...  get an evaluation copy of VisualAge RPG.  You can make GUI
screens
> easily.  (I did that part real easy, and quickly.)  Also it accesses data
> on the AS/400.  I have no idea how, yet, but I know it does.  The nice
> thing is that you are not making a screen scraper or a GUI screen.  You
> are using RPG to make real event driven applications that don't sit
> waiting for the Enter key to be pressed.   

I do have a copy of Visualage for RPG that was received with our new 170.  
We ordered it with the new development package and VARPG was included.
I've just now had a few moments to look at all the stuff that came with it.
I'm trying to set it up now but I'm having a problem with the remote
location 
name. How do I find out what that is?  When I connect using TCP/IP, this 
PC is assigned an IP address at that time.  Should I change that to have a 
consistent IP address?  If so, how is that done?  This connectivity
situation 
is obviously not my strong point.

Thanks,
Marc Zylka ( marc@netpath.net )
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