In the short, try calling "IEXPLORE http://..." - This will start a new
instance of IE.  Assuming you use IE, and it's in the path.

If you're already looking at a web page, and you generated it, you should
be able to generate a link to a new window, I think using the 'target'
attribute of the anchor tag.

If you want to force someone who is looking at a page to look at something
else in another browser window, include some javascript code in the
document to call a popup window.  Search google for javascript popup
window, I'm sure there are tons of references on how to do it.

If that's not what you want, perhaps you could rephrase?

Regards,
Rich

At 07:58 AM 12/7/01, you wrote:

>Hi
>
>We are starting to add URL link indexes/tables to our data base design and
>right now we are using the STRPCO and STRPCCMD (eg. STRPCCMD
>'HTTP://www.cnn.com') combo to fire off the URL from a PC connected with
>client access. There are a couple of problems with using this
>
>1. STRPCO will go 'bye bye' soon
>
>2. When we webface the command will not be able to fire from a browser
>
>3. Right now the STRPCCMD 'HTTP://.... ' launch uses what ever window is
>open
>
>As you can guess I am looking for a new method to do this. It should be
>able to
>
>1. Open a new browser window for URL viewing... And optionally I would like
>to have multiple view windows going (if the user wants to see multiple
>URL's at once)
>
>2. Be able to be invoked from a browser and independent of client access
>
>3. Ideally - and I do mean Ideally - Have a URL browser print function
>instead of a browser view function fire up. This will allow them to print
>multiple selected documents at once
>
>Anyone have an API or two or some AS/400 run  Java code that does this ??

Regards,
Rich



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