Brad,

We used j-walk about a million years ago, and back then, they had a 
Windows client and a Java client.  My bet is that the Windows client is 
the one that supports hllapi's.

Mike E.







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If you have maintenance, you can download the docs from their web site.
If they aren't listed individually, pulling down an install CD image
will include a bunch of PDFs including the developers guide, admin
guide, etc. 

-----Original Message-----
From: Brad Jensen [mailto:brad@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 03, 2004 5:19 PM
To: 'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion'
Subject: Talking to j-walk

 we have a customer that wants to integrate our imaging with his
fidelity software that runs under j-walk.

We do 5250 screen scraping, web screen scraping, and windows screen
scraping.

Unfortunately the jvm that j-walk runs under doesn't talk back under web
or windows apis.

I found something on the web that suggests that j-walk does some sort of
hllapi, does anyone know where there are docs on this?

Brad Jensen


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