Brad,

The company is California Software, and the software is _now_ Baby/iSeries.
Check out http://www.calsw.com/ for more info.

I think they are now running on NT.  FYI, I tried out their software many
moons ago - back when it ran on OS/2.  They lacked CL file system support
(e.g. doing a DSPOBJD to a file and then reading it) back then.  If their
new system supports API's to do what I used to use CL to do (display outq
contents, list objects, etc.) it might be robust enough to do what you are
suggesting.  Perhaps we will see a ESC/CS combo product in the future...

Chuck

<snip>
> I
> remember reading that somebody has a BABY/400 (I may have the
> wrong product name) that emulates an  AS/400 under Unix.
>
<snip>



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