I don't have specifics, but in general, nothing differently - a 5250 solution should be able take advantage of the constraints and referential features of the database and be able to call stored procedures or even web services, just as the so-called "modern" interfaces would do.

As I recall, you've been playing with newish ways of calling stuff in RPG, so it seems you're right there, ready to go, mostly!

Regards
Vern

On 12/31/2019 12:38 PM, Booth Martin wrote:
OK. I like that.

Question:  we're using one of these new & spiffy solutions. We want to provide the same function as our antiquated 5250 subfile but jazz it up with that modern stuff. And we have a 1,600,000 row DB/2 table.  What steps, generally, do we do differently than we'd do with a 5250 solution?


On 12/31/2019 12:21 PM, Vernon Hamberg wrote:
I don't know about Raul - but, as Jon, said - put the business rules in the database or stored procedures - then they are all in one place, callable by all the interfaces.

EZ-PZ!

Vern


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