You may want to try Easy400 tools for the web:

-----Original Message-----
From: Howald, Glenn [mailto:HowaldG@xxxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, March 10, 2003 10:17 AM
To: 'web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: [WEB400] Customizing Webfacing screens?

Dear all,
Is there a relatively easy way to make the lines of a subfile into
pushbuttons using Webfacing? I finally got my few screens to work, but they
act too much like 5250 screens displayed in a browser for my tastes. If I am
going to web-enable, why not make the interaction feel like an HTTP screen?
I was hoping for a magic bullet, but in my opinion, this tool is not it.
I have done other projects with Net.Data and a little test using "e-RPG" to
handle cgi scripting, and for all the overhead of Webfacing, I see very
little benefit.
Yes, I am ranting and venting here.


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