Hi Fergal!

>From what I can tell in my initial experiments, webfacing doesn't require
any changes to your DDS source, unless you are using DDS keywords that
aren't supported by the webfacing tool. If you update the display file
within Code Designer (ie to add hyperlinks to a menu), those changes are
saved in the DDS source for the display file.

Webfacing DOES require access to the DDS source for your display files, but
does NOT need access to your actual program source code. It looks like
webfacing would be an option for you.

Good luck!
Richard Casey

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Hey all,
      The webfacing manuals say that webfacing requires very little change
to the source code, it are they referring to the DDS or RPG ? If I have to
change the DDS before I convert it, does this mean that I need to recompile
my RPG ?

I'm in a situation where the DDS for application is available to me bit the
RPG is not. Can I consider webfacing as an option ?
By the way it's also Synon ( Cool 2/e) generated.

                                          Regards, Fergal



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