Jt,

I'm not sure what your goal is, but I already have a shareware tool for
running interactive jobs in batch. It is called tnapi (telnet API) and works
with all of the languages you listed. The source can be downloaded from
www.telnet400.com <http://www.telnet400.com> .

Albert York


        -----Original Message-----
        From:   jt [SMTP:jt@ee.net]
        Sent:   Tuesday, January 01, 2002 11:40 PM
        To:     midrange-l@midrange.com
        Subject:        Brazen pre-announcement of vaporware

        As the subject line says...

        Sometimes I need to light a fire under my arse... in order to get
something
        done...  (Like all people.. generally, the hotter the fire, the
quicker I
        get it done...!)

        I'm using the Tech list, to hit the widest possible audience.



        I looking for one (1) Alpha tester, for a tool to run interactive
jobs in
        batch...  The alpha SHOULD be ready, on January 11, 2002...  If I
get some
        help on this, the job is more certain to be accomplished by the
deadline,
        and other alpha testers may be needed (up to 6)...

        The requirements for the Alpha tester are not fixed, but I'm
thinkin:

        1)  Current NDA in place with IBM (I also would like to compare
IBM's NDA,
        to the woefully insufficient one my lawyer did).
        2)  Mix of (in order):
        2a) ILE RPG
        2b) CLP
        2c) CBL
        2d) RPG/400?
        3)  *Mandatory* that this NOT be a production box.
        4)  *Mandatory* that source code is available.
        5)  Larger the code-base, the better...



        Assuming the Jan 11 target is hit, *if ever*, I'm still looking at
an
        extended Alpha, followed by a longer Beta...

        If there's anyone who's interested, e-mail me privately...  That's
all for
        today!.. folks. (or rather, tomorrow, in .au...;-)


        jt (James Jay Toran)
        Inciteful Business Solutions
        jt@ee.net





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