Here is a link to an old article, it shows how to get started with the IBM
Client Access Data Queue OCX control. It uses VB4, but the steps are
substantially the same for VB6.

http://www.web400.com/articles/dtaq.pdf

Craig Pelkie

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[mailto:systemidotnet-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Luke Gerhardt
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Subject: [SystemiDotNet] Any info on VB6 receiving from data queue on
iSeries?

I posted this originally on midrange-l, but it was rejected with the
admonition to post here -- So, YES, I know this is VB6, and not .net...
;)
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I've found a couple of articles online, but they are significantly
antiquated (e.g., VB DOS, VB3, etc).

The client is running VB6 and I'd like to implement a solution which asks
for the iSeries to notify the PC app when there's a new entry in the data
queue *without* having to resort to having the PC app poll the iSeries every
three seconds to see if there's anything new...so I thought using a data
queue might be more efficient.

Anybody done this before?
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