You could also connect a Wireless Palm directly to the
AS/400 Using Mocha's Telnet5250 for Palm ( or WinCE )
product and viewing the data like a terminal.

Narayanan R Pillai
Senior Technical Architect
American Medical & Life Insurance


> 2) If you want "real" time, then you need a wireless
> palm pilot and can do
> one of two things:
> a.  You can have a Java program on the Palm connect
> to the AS/400 through a
> socket to receive the information.
> b.  Send an e-mail from the AS/400 to the Palm with
> the scheduling
> information.  This data can then be imported from
> e-mail into the scheduling
> application.


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