> So, your two basic approaches are to either rewrite your
business logic
> completely into true servers, or else update your I/O routines
to use an API
> along the lines of my server/client design.
> Joe Pluta
> www.plutabrothers.com

If you can abstract out the screen handling, we have the ability
to create a telnet server on the PC to talk to tn5250. We are
doing this now for our archiving product.

I'm wondering if you could use a remote controller that talks
telnet and connect green screens to our telnet 5250 server, then
have the server talk to RPg programs, and bypass  the interactive

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