The APIs you mention are documented in the V5R2 Information Center under
category HTTP Server so I'm not sure I understand your reluctance to use
the Information Center and having to "rewrite ... a similiar service
program" .  An include providing the prototypes can be found in
qhttpsvr/h.qzhbconf

Bruce



                                                                           
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Hi,

Is there anyone who knows how the procedures are defined inside the
QHTTPSVR/QZHBCONF service program?

I'm mostly interested in the group file API's (QzhbOpenGroupList,
QzhbCloseGroupList, QzhbAddGroupToList, ...). I can't find any
documentation
on the net on the prototypes/interfaces for these functions as they're
defined in the IBM supplied QZHBCONF service program.

I know I could just go ahead and rewrite myself a similar service program
using the API's doc found in the Information Center, but I'd prefer simply
using what already exist for sakes of simplicity. More importantly, it
would
also protect me from any future changes from IBM to the API's.

Thanks!


Simon Perez

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