• Subject: Re: Client Access Express on a CISC system
  • From: Jeff Crosby <jlcrosby@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 08:02:13 -0500
  • Organization: Dilgard Frozen Foods

Roger Pence wrote:

> Express requires a TCP/IP connection only and can do everything "classic"
> 32-bit CA/400 can, except:
>     1. shared folders
>     2. virtual print
>     3. graphical access
>     4. backwards support for 16-bit CA/400 APIs
>     5. NetSoft router

We use virtual print rather extensively, and we store a number of
documents and spreadsheets in the IFS so a number of people can access
them.  The AS/400 is a file and print server for us.  I'll stick with
Classic.  Thanks for all the info.

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