Thanks for posting Giovanni's reply, David!

And just as a side note - I have used CGIDEV2 in every place I've ever worked.  I use it extensively for creating XML documents, even if they don't get sent via web browser.  CGIDEV2 is fantastic for creating a template and filling it in with repetitive (or not so repetitive) enterprise data.

Yes, there are other tools, but the simplicity of an RPG program and a text editor is hard to beat.

On 3/15/2019 8:27 AM, DAVID LERMAN wrote:
I wanted to follow up with the response I got from the easy400 mailing list. The links provided by Giovanni do have the answers to my questions with a lot of detailed explanation as well. Many Thanks to Everyone who participated and provided answers to my questions. Here is the response from Giovanni.

Thanks to everyone providing answers to David Lerman question while I was away.

I think that the whole trouble arises from Paul Tuohy calling “directives” (NOT HTTTP CONFIGURATION DIRECTIVES!!!) what are simply “CGIDEV2 HTML internal html notations”.

CGIDEV2 features a full tutorial starting at page .

The answer to David’s question is at page and is related to naming conventions of HTML output sections issued to the WEB browser from CGIDEV2-based programs.

CGIDEV2 also features a number of small demo programs (see page ). One may easily display the sources of these programs and understand how a CGI program creates the HTML output sent to the WEB browser.

Giovanni B. Perotti

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