JWALK can be deployed several different ways.  It can be deployed via the
client (users PC), ActiveX, and a Java Client.  Both the ActiveX and Java
Client use either Netscape or Internet Explorer.  Web-Facing is simply a
process of building/converting a Graphical User Interface (GUI) on top of a
new or existing business application.  Seagull software has system engineers
who will provide an onsite visit to demonstrate the products functionality
at no charge. They will also build a simple prototype of your existing
application.  It would definitely be worth looking into.

Chad


-----Original Message-----
From: William Washington III [mailto:w.washington3@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2004 11:32 AM
To: web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [WEB400] Web-Facing and 5250 removal

I am not familiar with JWALK... does it require deployment of (additional)
software on the PC? Or does it use the ubiquitous Internet Explorer as its
interface?
 
When someone mentions "web-facing", does that imply a browser interface?
 
William
date: Tue, 11 May 2004 08:09:08 -0600
from: "cornelius, chad" 
subject: RE: [WEB400] Web-Facing and 5250 removal

Rick,

I am not sure if you have heard of Seagull, but they offer a powerful
software called JWALK that web-enables green screens. We have a very large
application and just recently went live with our new Court system using
their product. Our users are very pleased. I can provide you with some
contacts if interested.

Thanks,
Chad
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