Have you tried just presenting the .json file itself? ie..
Or if you need to build it then display it, that should be easy enough
with CGIDEV2 or eRPGSDK:
Look at the DSPJSON sample. Super simple. Of course this is just
displaying the file. Doing this with CGIDEV2 would be easy too. I know you
mentioned you didn't want ancillary products, but using one of these would
be to your benefit in the long run.
If not, I could through together an example that uses just the CGI APIs...
but that's nasty when you have such nice toolkits like the above.
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On Thu, Aug 9, 2018 at 12:15 PM Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
This has to be simpler than I am making it. I have a web page (
louie.martinvt.com ) that presents a simple page of states and cities.
It is populated with a .json file located with the page.
The actual .json file is produced with an RPGLE program (using Scott's
YAJL) and a regular physical file. My intention is to have an RPG web
service provide that .json file and it be accepted by my web page's
So far, all of the articles & examples I find discuss solutions
requiring php, jquery, or some other ancillary product.
I have looked for a simple "Hello World" solution that goes end-to-end
and had no luck.
Any examples or tutorials that are dumbed way down, so I can at least
see what it is I am supposed to be doing?
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