Hi Brad, There used to be a file transfer function that used the green screen: the S/36 (or was it S/34?) would fill the screen, the PC program would grab the data and effectively press ENTER to get the next screen. These days there's ODBC, data queues, socket servers, etc. to communicate, and with the green-screen tax, I don't think anyone would like something that increases usage thereof. Regards, Peter Dow Dow Software Services, Inc. 909 425-0194 voice 909 425-0196 fax ----- Original Message ----- From: "Brad Jensen" <email@example.com> Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2001 12:33 PM Subject: Vb 5250 or 3270 term server > What about being able to write green screen applications with > Visual Basic? Suppose you could make a VB-based program that > talked to our server, and then to a green screen? Maybe if you > had a PC-based database that you wanted to give AS/400 access to > , or you want to write an email ap, or something. _________________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Get your free @yahoo.com address at http://mail.yahoo.com
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