Re: [Tn5250j-general] tn250 code quesiton

2009-12-26 Thread Pete Helgren

Michael,

It is built from the latest SF project files.  I need to do some more 
complete testing and then set a valid version on the release but 
basically what I have at my site is what you could build from the SF 
project files.  If you have concerns about the validity of the file, you 
could just check out the files from SF and build them yourself.  I think 
the SF files carry a different versioning because the ant build files 
haven't been updated but the code that is compiled and deployed is current.


Pete


Michael D. Setzer II wrote:

http://www.petesworkshop.com/downloads/tn5250j-install-0.6.2_beta-1.jar

Is a file that I've downloaded and used recently from info on another 
list, and was wondering how this links with the project on sourceforge??


 
  



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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Spool File Export not working

2008-12-19 Thread Pete Helgren
V3R2M0!  Hmmm that *might* be the problem.  I'll see what command/api is 
called in the source and see if it is supported that far back. 

I'll take a look.  Unfortunately I sent my good ol E02 to the recycling 
center a while back and I don't have a customer on anything older than 
V4R5M0 at the moment.


I'll see what I can find out.

Pete


Karl Cunningham wrote:

Pete,

Thanks for the reply. The Windows system from which I am running this is 
XP SP2, Java 6. This is connecting to an AS/400 with OS/400 at V3R2. 
I've wondered if V3R2 is too old to support this function.


I can see a number of spool files present on the system with WRKSPLF, so 
I know there should be some for the spool exporter to display.


When I click the Load button and enter the user name and password, I see 
some SNA network traffic, so I think it's doing something.


I also looked at the source and didn't find the error. I thought maybe 
it's a Java error?


Thanks again for any help you can give.

Karl


On 12/18/2008 5:07 PM, Pete Helgren wrote:
  

Karl,

This is working OK on my system (XP SP3, Java 6).  I scanned the source 
looking for that error text and couldn't find anything.


Perhaps a bit more about your environment might help.

Pete


Karl Cunningham wrote:


Greetings --

I can't seem to get the Spool File Exporter to work.

After logging in, I right-click in the console window and select 
Export-Spool. The Spool Exporter dialog comes up. I leave everything as 
defaults and click Load. A dialog comes up asking for my user name and 
password, which I enter and click OK.


I expected a list of my spool files to appear. No spool files are listed 
and a red message comes up in the lower left corner of the Spool 
Exporter dialog which says system: Property is not set.


We've tried this from Linux and Windows clients, with the same result.

Could someone tell me which property needs to be set and how to do it? 
Has anyone else gotten this to work?


Thanks for any help.

Regards,
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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Spool File Export not working

2008-12-18 Thread Pete Helgren
Karl,

This is working OK on my system (XP SP3, Java 6).  I scanned the source 
looking for that error text and couldn't find anything.

Perhaps a bit more about your environment might help.

Pete


Karl Cunningham wrote:
 Greetings --

 I can't seem to get the Spool File Exporter to work.

 After logging in, I right-click in the console window and select 
 Export-Spool. The Spool Exporter dialog comes up. I leave everything as 
 defaults and click Load. A dialog comes up asking for my user name and 
 password, which I enter and click OK.

 I expected a list of my spool files to appear. No spool files are listed 
 and a red message comes up in the lower left corner of the Spool 
 Exporter dialog which says system: Property is not set.

 We've tried this from Linux and Windows clients, with the same result.

 Could someone tell me which property needs to be set and how to do it? 
 Has anyone else gotten this to work?

 Thanks for any help.

 Regards,
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Re: [Tn5250j-general] TN5250J in WDSC/RDi

2008-10-20 Thread Pete Helgren
Roberto,

Perhaps Sourceforge can help you contact Kenneth.  I don't think that 
anyone else has Admin access to the project but perhaps there is a 
method for transferring administrative control on a project that has 
been abandoned by a project admin.  And, don't get me wrong, I don't 
think that Kenneth has truly abandoned the project but I have to 
believe that he would want the project to progress, as we all do. And he 
hasn't checked in for quite some time.

As a last resort, Davide's suggestion to fork the project would be a 
possibility although the tn5250j name and project site has enough 
traction that changing to a new project name and site might have *some* 
downside risk that people wouldn't identify this new effort with the old 
and think that tn5250j is dead.

Pete Helgren


Roberto Endrizzi wrote:
 Good morning all,
 unfortunately I didn't receive any news from Kenneth and so I decided to 
 re-post in here hoping he will read and answer.
 But I also want to make myself clear about the meaning of my previous 
 message: me and my group are interested in taking all the project up, not 
 only being inserted as developers. As I said we work for an italian 
 IT-company which uses tn5250j a lot and that decided to give us the 
 opportunity (intended as working-hours) to work on the project to improve 
 it.
 In case Kenneth decides to pass the administration of the project to us it 
 will, of course, remain open-source and there's also the possibility that we 
 will need some external developers.
 Hoping to hear from you soon,
 Best Regards,
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Re: [Tn5250j-general] TN5250J in WDSC/RDi

2008-09-09 Thread Pete Helgren
I think that would be great.  I have a slightly modified version that 
includes the STRPCO fixes and an issue with sessions starting/ending. I 
keep meaning to work through the bug list and get things moving again 
but i haven't had time.  There is always something more to do on other 
projects and tn5250j has been pretty stable, all in all. With Frank 
Hildebrandt doing some work with the WDSc plugin, it looks like 5250 is 
alive and well out there. Perhaps it is a good time to move the project 
forward again.

As long as it stays open source, I am all for someone with time and 
resources moving things forward again.  This is a great project and 
deserves a little attention.

Pete

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Good morning Kenneth, 

 I am Roberto Endrizzi from DeltaDator SpA, an Italian IT-company.
 We are a group of 5 developers specialized in Java and ISeries.
 We used tn5250j for years and we noticed that there hasn't been released new 
 versions: so we would like to take care of the project.
 One of our main ideas was to start fixing some bugs we found out using it 
 and then add some new features such as The Printer Connections and a new 
 Installation Wizard (more user-friendly). 

 What do you think about it? Is it possible? 

 Best regards,
 Roberto Endrizzi
 roberto(dot)endrizzi(at)deltadator(dot)it

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] TN5250J in WDSC/RDi

2008-08-23 Thread Pete Helgren
I had seen this posted in WDSC in midrange.com as well.  I had been 
meaning to do this, since it seemed a natural as a plugin, but it had 
never made it to the top of my list. It was great that Frank shared this.


Glad to see that you are still alive!

Pete


kjpou wrote:

Hello everyone

Yes am still alive and kicking.
Just wanted to pass this on to the rest of you.





Subject:
TN5250J in WDSC/RDi
From:
Frank Hildebrandt [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date:
Fri, 22 Aug 2008 15:40:33 +

To:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]


Message body follows:

Hi,
 
we have created a little open source project to integrate  
TN5250J in WDSC/RDi. With this plugin it is no longer 
neccessary to leave the IDE if a 5250 session to the system 
i is needed. Further information about download and 
installation contains the following link.
 
http://www.taskforce-it.de/downloads/TN5250J%20Manual.pdf


We haven`t changed any code of TN5250J. All we needed was 
in the JAR tn5250j.


Greetings
 
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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Print screen whit Java 1.6

2008-01-03 Thread Pete Helgren

Richard,

Not sure I can match the environment but the next time I boot into SUSE 
I'll give this a whirl.  I think I am running Java 6 on that partition.


Are you running the latest version? (we HAVE to get a final built and 
posted one of these days)  The one that fixed the STRPCCMD?


Pete


Richard Houston wrote:

Hey Everyone,

Hope you all had a great holiday and got some time off.

Was wondering if anyone has had a chance to look the below issue? I know
your all busy so I humbly ask this question of you.

Thanks all and take care in the new year.

Rich


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Hey all,


Recently we started to update our Linux clients to ubuntu 7.10. The
users really like the Compiz 3D effects and they perform much better then
the Linux we were using before.


We initial used java1.5, installed via the Ubuntu repository's, but with
 Compiz on the tn5250j screen would only come up blank and would never
render. I updated to Java 1.6 and all was good again. We have found one
issue though. The ALT+P (print screen) does not work. When I try I get
this error: Exception in thread Thread-11
java.lang.NullPointerException: null
attribute at
sun.print.IPPPrintService.isAttributeValueSupported(IPPPrintService.java
:1147)
at
sun.print.ServiceDialog$OrientationPanel.updateInfo(ServiceDialog.java:2
121)
at
sun.print.ServiceDialog$PageSetupPanel.updateInfo(ServiceDialog.java:126
3)
at sun.print.ServiceDialog.updatePanels(ServiceDialog.java:437) at
sun.print.ServiceDialog.initPrintDialog(ServiceDialog.java:195)
at sun.print.ServiceDialog.init(ServiceDialog.java:124) at
javax.print.ServiceUI.printDialog(ServiceUI.java:188)
at sun.print.RasterPrinterJob.printDialog(RasterPrinterJob.java:855) at
sun.print.PSPrinterJob.printDialog(PSPrinterJob.java:421)
at org.tn5250j.PrinterThread.run(PrinterThread.java:157)

Any thought on that?


Thanks all!!


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Re: [Tn5250j-general] STRPCCMD

2007-12-14 Thread Pete Helgren

Sweet!  Compiled and works like a charm!

Thanks

Pete Helgren

Christian Geisert wrote:

Richard Houston schrieb:
  

Thanks Christian,

I am having issues patching the file I get a malformed patch error. Would
you consider just sending me your tnvt.java file?



Sure .. .attached.

  

Here is the error:

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/tn5250j$ patch
src/org/tn5250j/framework/tn5250/tnvt.java
/home/rich/Desktop/tn5250j.diff
patching file src/org/tn5250j/framework/tn5250/tnvt.java
Hunk #2 FAILED at 91.
Hunk #3 FAILED at 921.
Hunk #4 FAILED at 1194.
Hunk #5 FAILED at 1205.
Hunk #6 FAILED at 1917.
patch:  malformed patch at line 120: screen52.getCurrentPos());



Mmmh ... works for me with latest from cvs repository

Just did a fresh checkout and appliedt the patch without a problem:

cvs -d:pserver:[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/cvsroot/tn5250j co
tn5250j
cd tn5250j
patch -p0 ~/tmp/patch_tn5250j_pco-20071210-ok2.diff
patching file src/org/tn5250j/framework/tn5250/tnvt.java

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] STRPCCMD

2007-12-13 Thread Pete Helgren

I am going to second that.

I looked at my source and most of those lines in the patch were already 
in there.  After manually updating the file I can't get it to run 
because of a class cast exception.  A complete tnvt.java file might be 
the most expedient way to get this tested.


Pete

Richard Houston wrote:

Thanks Christian,

I am having issues patching the file I get a malformed patch error. Would
you consider just sending me your tnvt.java file?

Here is the error:

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/tn5250j$ patch
src/org/tn5250j/framework/tn5250/tnvt.java
/home/rich/Desktop/tn5250j.diff
patching file src/org/tn5250j/framework/tn5250/tnvt.java
Hunk #2 FAILED at 91.
Hunk #3 FAILED at 921.
Hunk #4 FAILED at 1194.
Hunk #5 FAILED at 1205.
Hunk #6 FAILED at 1917.
patch:  malformed patch at line 120: screen52.getCurrentPos());



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Christian Geisert schrieb:



Richard Houston schrieb:

  

Hey Everyone, Just wondering if there was anything I could do to
help the debugging of the STRPCCMD code. My client is looking forward
to putting another nail in the client accesses coffin in there
environment and this function would do that. Please let me know if
there is anything I can do to help out.


I didn't find the time until now but I hope I'll have the patch ready
early next week.
  

Finally here's a patch for testing


This is based on work by Wim Van Leuven with adaption from Mahmoud
GANGAT - I just did change the check for the PCO string which didn't
work for me (problem with codepages..)


A nice story aside: Last week I was at IBM (to test Apache OFBiz on the
System i) and guess what the IBM guy used to access the System i?
Yes, he was running tn5250j!! Woohooo that made already my day - and
Java performance looked really good on the new maschine ;-)


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Re: [Tn5250j-general] STRPCCMD

2007-11-29 Thread Pete Helgren

Christian,

Thanks.  Richard has been patient and I haven't been able to get to it 
(I'm swamped).


I need to review outstanding bugs as well.  It would be nice to release 
a Final sometime since we have been at 0.6.1 Beta 1 forever.


I'd also like to make this an Eclipse plugin so that I can have a 
tn5250j pane in WDSc.  My list is long and my available time is limited.


Pete


Christian Geisert wrote:

Richard Houston schrieb:
  

Hey Everyone, Just wondering if there was anything I could do to help the
debugging of the STRPCCMD code. My client is looking forward to putting
another nail in the client accesses coffin in there environment and this
function would do that. Please let me know if there is anything I can do
to help out.



I didn't find the time until now but I hope I'll have the patch ready 
early next week.


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Re: [Tn5250j-general] STRPCCMD

2007-10-29 Thread Pete Helgren
Interestingly, when I looked at the code this weekend, it had the code 
that implemented the STRPCCMD in it already.  I compared it against CVS 
and it looks like what I have is current. I need to debug the code, 
since it isn't working, but that may take a while for me to get to.


Pete


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Pete Helgren schrieb:
  

Richard,

If you scan the archives for STRPCCMD you'll find some activity from 
July, 2006, that indicated that the code for the feature hadn't been 
committed yet.  There was a patch submitted and a full jar containing 
other items from Win van Leuven.  The code hasn't been committed by 



And I tried to extract just the code for STRPCO, but it didn't work.
Then someone else sent an updated patch which I started to test
but then I got busy with other stuff... I'll see what I can do.

  
anyone, in fact the product has been so stable that there hasn't been 
much activity recently.



;-)

  

I meant to apply the updates but I really haven't gotten to it.

I'll see what I can do.  I have had some NPE's plaguing me lately with 
0.6.1 beta version and I need to get to the bottom of that so if I open 
up the code again I'll see if I can get the update done as well.



And there are some issues with Java 5 which I'd like to fix.

  
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Re: [Tn5250j-general] STRPCCMD

2007-10-27 Thread Pete Helgren
Richard,

If you scan the archives for STRPCCMD you'll find some activity from 
July, 2006, that indicated that the code for the feature hadn't been 
committed yet.  There was a patch submitted and a full jar containing 
other items from Win van Leuven.  The code hasn't been committed by 
anyone, in fact the product has been so stable that there hasn't been 
much activity recently.

I meant to apply the updates but I really haven't gotten to it.

I'll see what I can do.  I have had some NPE's plaguing me lately with 
0.6.1 beta version and I need to get to the bottom of that so if I open 
up the code again I'll see if I can get the update done as well.

That is about the best I can do.

Pete Helgren


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 We have a need to use the STRPCCMD command on TN5250J on Linux. Does
 anyone have this working and or know if this can be done?

 We have tried it on Linux and Windows and both throw and error about
 PCO.exe not found on the system.

 Thanks all and any help on this would be greatly appreciated.


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Re: [Tn5250j-general] STRPCCMD

2006-07-18 Thread Pete Helgren




Thanks Wim. I'll also build and test in the next day or so based on
what Christian has committed.

I am VERY interested in your screen scraper code. Thanks for including
that.

Pete


[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  Hello guys,
  
  
  sorry to get back to you so lately.
But been so busy here. In the meantime, our company has been takenover.
So you can imagine.
  
  
  I have checked the changes and those
are probably not commited to CVS. I'm including our changes, as I don't
have a project setup for TN development against sourceforge. Is anybody
willing to verify the changes and commit them? The class changed for
STRPCCMD
is of course the tnvt.java. The changes have been made against a
reference
version 0.5.8a. This surely isn't the latest. 
  
  
  Note also we have included a new a
new
package org.tn550j.swing.text.* We have set this up to implement a
screenscraper
on top of tn5250j. It allows you to render the datastream directly into
JTextArea as a GUI like an HTML file with textfields and buttons and
stuff.
Just take a look at it and see where we can get.
  
  
  
  Thanks in advance,
  
  Wim
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  

  
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Houston [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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  Hey guys,
  
We have been testing the strpccmd on our Linux setups but with little
success. We get a screen on the 400 saying that we need to start PCO.exe
on the PC but of course we can not so that on Linux.
  
So my question is, do we know if the below mentioned patches are in CVS
yet and does anyone know how I can get around the PCO.exe issue?
  
I have showed my client and he is really really excited to get it to
work.
  
Thanks guys!
  
  
  
  
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 Probably that we have the code on our fixes path for the emulator.
I'll
 verify this.





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 [EMAIL PROTECTED] schrieb:

 Did you try the STRPCCMD + F4 to display commandproperties and
then
 fill

 in the command on the screen?

 If you run /usr/bin/firefox from any shell, the browser opens?


 What version of the emulator are you running?
 It might be you have to set a property to enable the scanning
for

 strpccmd

 I just tried it with latest cvs and doesn't work for me either.
 Wim, are you sure the code has been committed?
 I remember there has been some discussion about implementing it
but
I
 don't think it has been comitted. I'll hopefully have some time to
have a
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Re: [Tn5250j-general] The web 5250 site is up.

2006-01-11 Thread Pete Helgren




Thanks Wim. It still have a ways to go. Function keys are problematic
(sometimes they pass through to the browser depending on what
browser). There are some bugs in the signon routine. I need to figure
out how to get SSL to work with all this stuff. I have some key
combinations that I haven't implemented. I wish I could figure out how
to get a cursor key to work on an HTML form. I'd like to have a
configuration tool that would allow for some user configuration control
from the server. A bunch of odds and ends.

I figure with a few more folks looking at this I'll be able to get
enough interest and perhaps, suggestions and help, to finish it up.

Kenneth gets most of the credit. He got it working, I've just been
"tweaking".

Pete


[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  That is fabulous!
  
  
  I've seen the rendering is complete
char bases? However it does work and look great!





Re: [Tn5250j-general] [Fwd: Fw: TN5250J License]

2005-12-14 Thread Pete Helgren




Wim (and all).

Sorry not to weigh in until now. I have been very, very busy. Hoping
things will slow down a bit over the next 2 or three weeks so I can do
more on the tn5250j stuff.

I am not a licensing expert but as I understand the LGPL, a company can
integrate the java classes/jars (library is what the LGPL language
says) into their application and can charge for the the application as
long as they don't "charge" for whatever they use from tn5250j. It is
a fine line in my opinion but they still need to indicate in their
copyrights that some of the application is dependent upon tn5250j and
licensed under LGPL (if we go that way). So they can use the tn5250j
as part of their solution. They cannot use any source from the project
in their own code or build a derived application from tn5250j and
charge for it. They can only use complete "components" that are
identifiable as such from tn5250j (like the protocolBean).

What I don't know is that if they decide to enhance the tn5250j code
are they obligated to contribute that code back to the project? I
*think* they are but I am not sure. Where things get "fuzzy" is how to
determine what "component" is being used.

No doubt some of the tn5250j code has found it's way into a commercial
product or two already. Not everybody plays by the rules. But I think
there is little risk in this approach.

In any case it speaks highly of what you guys have accomplished!

Pete


[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  Hello all,
  
  
  as I understood it, the people from
Help/Systems were looking for a 5250 protocol to embed into their
product.
Of course they will be charging their customers for this. As I
interpret
this, it's not a question of not OSS'ing the project anymore, but
establishing
a licensing policy on the project that allows them to integrate it.
  
  
  
  
  
  

  
Kenneth
Pouncey [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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  Matt 
  
If you are on the list now here was a personal e-mail sent to me from
one
of the people. I ony copied pasted a part of the e-mail as there
was some personal info and do not want to get him/her in trouble.
  
Could you maybe give some answers to the questions.
  
I want to open this conversation up and let everyone decide.
  
Sorry to put you in this but all the others that I have done this too
has
backed down answering the questions in a public format. You guys
have been the most up front and honest so far which is why I have even
considered it.
  
  
Regards
  
Kenneth
  
Email below:
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Kenneth - - 
  
Wow!! No kidding!! Help/Systems!! MOST INTERESTING (yes
I am
shouting).
  
Since I am only a user, not a developer on this project, my 2 cents is
from a different perspective. My concerns are the life of the product.
As you know and I have said repeatedly - tn5250j rocks! Its great!
  
I want it to survive as an oss product. I would understand if the
developers needed to generate a cash flow, as sad as that would make me.
  
Do you know what Help/Systems is up to? Are they planning on putting
out the 5250 emulation and trying to charge for it? Do they want
to use
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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Another change sent in

2005-11-03 Thread Pete Helgren

Kenneth,

That may be related to the fix I committed this summer.  The session 
counts were off by one in that case as well (see my post form 7/14 if 
you are interested).


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[Tn5250j-general] Project priorities and future development

2005-10-26 Thread Pete Helgren
(Duplicate post...I used the wrong e-mail address to send the original 
with and it now waits for moderator approval)


Kenneth,

YIKES! I thought I was suddenly inheriting the bug list! Glad to know
that it is your to-do and not mine.

Good to see you on the list again! The HTML stuff hasn't changed and I
promised Richard that I would post the code and perhaps set up a demo
site. I haven't done either, yet. Things continue to be pretty busy
around here and since the Web5250 application hasn't come front and
center for the company (yet) I haven't had much time to devote to it. I
will get it going in the next day or so.

We have discussed where to put it on a couple of occasions. I can:

1. Set up a new SourceForge project and maintain the distro there.
2. Set up a CVS entry for the project on my CVS server.
3. We could (you could) create a sub project or branch on the tn5250j
project and we could store it there (although I am not familiar with the
SF CVS)

I am not that CVS savvy so I don't know what the pro's and con's would
be to each approach. My aim for setting up the web site was to do a
brief project overview with screen shots and then have a live login link
to my iSeries so folks could try it.

I had not implemented the changes you sent in my version, so I'll have
to revisit that (I think you had a servlet that processed the login
request). I any case, most of the issues I have come across were of two
types. 1. The function keys failed to work as I wanted to and 2. The
translation of 5250 field types wasn't complete so that I was unable to
access some types of field data. Also, cursor movement is a problem
(using the cursor keys to move on the screen). I just haven't had the
chance to fully investigate it.

Richard has developers that have tweaked the code as well. We should
probably decide (soon) how we are going to manage the changes so we can
get one code base established.

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Checking in on the project

2005-10-18 Thread Pete Helgren




I. don't think there have been many changes since then (if any).

I can always use the help!

I'll figure out how to get a CVS going so we can keep the project
current.

Thanks,

Pete


Richard Houston wrote:

  No problem. We have a Java developer her who got the code you posted a few
months ago working and I am sure we can help out getting things ironed
out.

We found a few issue and are interested in seeing the newest version.
Maybe our Java guy can give you a had with some coding.




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On Tue, October 18, 2005 11:19 am, Pete Helgren wrote:
  
  
Well, I can't guarantee that it is at "project ready" status yet.  Still
plenty to do. I would consider this more at the Alpha level than Beta.

I'll send the link when it is ready...


Pete



Richard Houston wrote:




  That would be great! I have a project that we could really use this
for.




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On Mon, October 17, 2005 10:36 am, Pete Helgren wrote:



  
  
Richard,



I'll see if I can get a site up with some info and with a download
and setup instructions.

Pete




Richard Houston wrote:







  Hey Peter,



Your right, it is way more then just htmling the green screen, but
in it's most basic form that is one of the things it can do. We had
to do several labs at the tech preview I was talking about and I was
able to get a bunch of the "cool" HATS features going and I am not a
programmer at all. Licensing is not all that bad as well if you
already are using WebSphere.



For my client we are looking at just what web5250 is doing. Can I
get a copy of the latest code and a quick how to set it up?




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On Fri, October 14, 2005 2:37 pm, Pete Helgren wrote:






  
  
Richard,




HATS and Web5250 are a little different from one another.
Web5250 is
more like iSeries Access for Web, which I finally saw at Common
last month in Orlando.  Web5250 presents a "green screen" in a
browser, pretty much all.  Now, iSeries Access for Web does a
heckofalot more than that, but basically, that is it.

Screen shot like so: (I can't remember if they will display on
the list or not so I'll try it):



That is really all the Web5250 is.




I need to get a live link established and get my website updated
to show where this project is.  But, the concept is 5250 in a
browser. HATS (I
think) is more "invasive" in the look and feel area.

Pete





Richard Houston wrote:










  Hi all,




Just wanted to chiming on this topic.




I was at a proof of technologies at IBM here on HATS
http://www-306.ibm.com/software/webservers/hats/




It basically turns the 5250 screens into pure HTML. The
development env only works on windows right now which suck for m
400 based
client as they run Linux on the desktop. Nice this about hats is
 that there is no code changes required on the 400 side. You
can customize the layout and such as well so it can look nothing
like your green screen apps at all. Kind of cool.

I, personally, would like to see some sort of OSS version out
there and I think this is what web5250 we aiming for. Maybe with
enough effort web5250 could do the same. Just a thought.




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On Fri, October 14, 2005 9:48 am, Pete Helgren wrote:









  
  
Thanks Wim.





This sounds "exactly" like what I had in mind a couple of
years ago. Seems to me that the "mapping" concept would be
fairly straight-forward (probably a lot harder to do than it
sounded...) This
is very cool and Swing would be a good fit.



Have you looked at Java Server Faces at all?  I saw a demo of
a JSF
app that looked very "Swing-like" but was all HTML and mostly
a server side implementation.  I have been meaning to take a
look at it in more detail and see how 

Re: [Tn5250j-general] Checking in on the project

2005-10-14 Thread Pete Helgren




Well, not exactly sure how to describe it (although I have it in my
head clearly...) And, I'll be the first to admit that I am not fully
familiar with the architecture of tn5250j.

I am assuming you read a stream and figure out how to translate the
fields and values into GUI components. Those components have a given
ordinal relationship on the screen (X,Y locations) and then you place
the GUI components in place of the text ones. A VERY simple example:

Let's say you have screen that has two fields, a static text field and
a "text box", like so:

This is the text:

  

  this is the data
  

  


So lets say the static text starts at 1,1 and the text box starts at
2,1. Although you are reading a stream, it eventually maps the entire
screen to X,Y coordinates and that is how it displays on the screen.
You could "save" these ordinal relationships to a file (kind of like
SDA does) and then, through a GUI, allow the "designer" to move them to
where they want them to go so, as in the above example, although the
stream "says": Put static text field (STF1) in position 1,1 and put
text box field 1 (TBF1) in positions 2,1, you could use the "saved"
re-mapping file to tell the application to actually "paint" the
controls to position 5,20 and 7,1 like so




 This is the text:



  

  this is the data
  

  



So all the "mapping" file would do is to save the original field
positions and map them to new places on the screen. A GUI tool that
captured the original positions and allowed the "designer" to move them
to new positions would be needed to create and save the map file, and a
map in memory of the original screen before it is mapped would probably
be needed in order to send the data , updated with the changed data
values, back to the iSeries in the correct sequence. But this is the
general idea.

I think the Seagull screenscraper does something like this although I
have no experience with that product and don't know the underlying
technology at all. Maybe WebFacing is similar. But, conceptually,
that is what I have in my head.

Pete


[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  What exactly do you mean with the
map
file?
  
  
  
  
  
  

  
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  Thanks Wim.
  
This sounds "exactly" like what I had in mind a couple of years
ago. Seems to me that the "mapping" concept would be fairly
straight-forward (probably a lot harder to do than it sounded...) This
is very cool and Swing would be a good fit. 
  
Have you looked at Java Server Faces at all? I saw a demo of a JSF
app that looked very "Swing-like" but was all HTML and mostly
a server side implementation. I have been meaning to take a look
at it in more detail and see how difficult the coding is. The
JSP/Struts/Tiles
approach has always been too complex to me and JSF *seemed* to simplify
that. I need to take a look at it soon but it might give you a
richer-looking
UI without the client side hassles of Swing. Mapping to JSF components
might be a possibility. I'll look into it when I have a chance to
see what you are doing.
  
One other idea I had in the "screen scraping" area was a "static"
mapping option that would allow you to actually change the component
layout
at the client end. Rather than doing the transformation on the fly,
you could create "map file" and use that instead. Not sure
how to implement that though.
  
Thanks for the information on the code pages and the good news on the
code
page support in JT400. That should take care of it!
  
Look forward to hearing more about the screen scraper
  
Pete Helgren
  
  
  
  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote: 
  
  
Hello Pete, 
  
great to hear some acitivity from this corner. 
  
The screenscraper works for one of our customers and is tailored to
their
screen layouts. Still have to do some bugfixes for them shortly, so I
can
send some screenshots on the list to give an idea to what it looks
like.
We were now discussing internally whether w

Re: [Tn5250j-general] Connection issue

2005-08-24 Thread Pete Helgren




No idea at all. Some of that kind of stuff makes me very nervous...

Pete

Richard Houston wrote:

  Thanks Pete,

I actually updated to JDK 5.04 for 1.4.2_07 and it works fin again.
Not sure what the issue really was but it works now. We had two systems
that were having the issue and the update fixed both of then.

Have any idea why that would be?




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On Tue, August 23, 2005 12:53 pm, Pete Helgren wrote:
  
  
Richard,


Sorry for the delay, I just got back from vacation


Not sure what is up with that.  I bounced over to my Linux side and the
application is still working for me.

Do you use named devices when you configure tn5250j?  If so, does the
device show as "Available to use?"

Something strange going on there. Especially since telnet works.  Have
you tried running without SSL?

Just about all the ideas I could think of.


Pete



Richard Houston wrote:




  Hi all, I now have 2 systems with the same issue.


When the user tries to connect the get a DISCONNECTED message on the
th5250 window. I see the following when starting TN from a command line.


[EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# java -jar /usr/local/tn5250j/tn5250j.jar
No other instances of tn5250j running.
INFO [org.tn5250j.GlobalConfigure]  Information Message:
/root/.tn5250j/macros (No such file or directory).  The file macros will
 be created for first time use. 0[main] INFO
org.tn5250j.framework.common.SessionManager  - New session Manager
initialized 26   [main] INFO  org.tn5250j.framework.Tn5250jController  -
plugin directory is: /root/ext 27   [main] INFO
org.tn5250j.framework.Tn5250jController  - Tn5250j plugin manager
created 764  [Thread-0] INFO  org.tn5250j.framework.Tn5250jController  -
Tn5250j
plugin manager started 54587 [main] INFO
org.tn5250j.framework.tn5250.tnvt  -  new session - xraf9406 57250
[Thread-1] INFO  org.tn5250j.framework.transport.SocketConnector  -
Creating Plain Socket
57261 [Thread-1] ERROR org.tn5250j.framework.transport.SocketConnector
-
java.net.SocketException: Invalid argument or cannot assign requested
address 57263 [Thread-1] INFO
org.tn5250j.framework.transport.SocketConnector  - No socket was created
 57263 [Thread-1] WARN  org.tn5250j.framework.tn5250.tnvt  - I did not
get a socket

Now these systems were connecting just fine till last week. No new
software was installed and no changes to the VPN setups were made. They
can connect to all the other network service just fine. I can ping the
400
and I can also get to it via telnet which I believe eliminate routing
and net work connectivity issues.

This is tn5250j 0.6.1 Beta1 SUN jdk 1.4.2_6


Any thought and or comments would be greatly appreciated.





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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Startup with last view

2005-07-22 Thread Pete Helgren




Well, that at least is good news. That means my fixes didn't break
anything.. :-)

I am not an Ant expert so I can't give you much command line
instruction. I use Eclipse and then when it comes time to build
something I just right click the build.xml file and chose run, build
option 2. I use the "All" target in Ant to rebuild the whole project
and I am done (unless I get an error). 

Not sure what -DSSL=true parameter is but, I am not an Ant command line
guy.just a "point and click" guy

Pete


Richard Houston wrote:

  Yip, that works with out issue. I wonder what I am doing wrong. I compile
with ant -DSSL=true run. Any ideas?




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On Thu, July 21, 2005 2:13 pm, Pete Helgren wrote:
  
  
Richard,


Any chance to try the jar?  Just curious


Pete



Richard Houston wrote:




  Thanks Pete,


I'll let you know as soon as I get any info.


What JDK are you using? Just for my own reference.





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On Fri, July 15, 2005 1:37 pm, Pete Helgren wrote:



  
  
I tried that and it works fine in Linux so I am not sure what is
going on at your end..

I will attach the .jar I am using.  See if it makes any difference
for you.

Pete




Pete Helgren wrote:







  Hmmm...



That WAS what I was seeing before I tweaked the code.  I am not
seeing that now.  The first problem I saw was the start of the
default session and then the code was skipping the first "last view"
session in the list.  I was running it in Eclipse, however, so I
could debug it.  So, I'll rebuild the jar and stuff it over into my
Linux
partition and run it from there. I have some issues with Eclipse in
Linux
because I share the workspace between Windows and Linux and neither
side is happy with the other so I might have to do some work to
debug the code running in Linux if I see the same problem in Linux.

Meanwhile, Kenneth may get a chance to review what I did.  I admit
not not knowing all the subtleties of tn5250j from a programming
perspective so I might have missed something that Kenneth will
catch.

Pete




Richard Houston wrote:





  
  
Thanks Pete,



K I am still having an issue, I checked out a fresh copy of
tn5250j, removed my .tn5250 Dir and started fresh.

Compiled with Linux and sun JDK1.4.2_08 using ant -DSSL=true run.



Then I setup my connections and connect twice. I now have 2
session to the same machine in two tabs sitting on the login
screen. I then check of the save last session and click apply from
the connections window. Close down TN and reopen it with Java -jar
tn5250j.jar. I then see one tab marked -s. I open my session file
and find "emul.view =-s null". I then edited the emul.view to
emul.view=-s traf , the name assigned to the connection I setup in
the connections window. Relaunch TN and get one tab
marked as -s, same as the first run. When I view the sessions file
the emul.view is set back to emul.view=-s null.

Very strange. Any ideas?



Thanks



Rich






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On Fri, July 15, 2005 8:43 am, Pete Helgren wrote:








  I just committed the changes and I did test the start with
default and it seems to work.

Let me know what you think.




Pete





Kenneth Pouncey wrote:








  
  
Pete




As long as the start default still works I see no problem at
all in committing this.  Once it is committed I will test it
tonight to see if what I normally do works as well.  Will also
test a default setup as well.

Again thank you very much for the analysis and the fix.




Regards




Kenneth




Pete Helgren wrote:










  OK!




I found a couple of things that might be causing the
problem. Kenneth, you can check my assumptions before I
update CVS with my changes.

These two changes start at around line 348 in My5250.java




1.There is a startNewSession(); there even before we
start to iterate through the specific sessions retrieved.  I
think that will just start a default session (not sure where
it gets i

Re: [Tn5250j-general] Startup with last view

2005-07-22 Thread Pete Helgren




No problem. 

The most important thing is to solve the problem. How you get there is
just the fun part of the journey.

Pete


Richard Houston wrote:

  Thanks Pete,

the -DSSL=true is supposed to enable the ssl stuff, at least that is what
the tn5250j website said but that might be out of date.

Oddly enough I just did a cvs update and there was one file updated. I
recompiled and the last view works. I guess the previous update I did was
not the one I am compiling from now. Sorry to waist your time on this.
Turns out it was my mistake.

Everything looks good now. Thanks for the help.

P.S. Kenneth, do we still need to use the -DSSL=true to get the ssl
support in tn5250J? or is it included by default now. Just wondering.


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On Fri, July 22, 2005 11:10 am, Pete Helgren wrote:
  
  
Well, that at least is good news.  That means my fixes didn't break
anything.. :-)

I am not an Ant expert so I can't give you much command line
instruction.  I use Eclipse and then when it comes time to build something
I just right click the build.xml file and chose run, build
option 2.  I use the "All" target in Ant to rebuild the whole project and I
am done (unless I get an error).

Not sure what -DSSL=true parameter is but, I am not an Ant command line
guy.just a "point and click" guy

Pete



Richard Houston wrote:




  Yip, that works with out issue. I wonder what I am doing wrong. I
compile with ant -DSSL=true run. Any ideas?




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On Thu, July 21, 2005 2:13 pm, Pete Helgren wrote:



  
  
Richard,



Any chance to try the jar?  Just curious



Pete




Richard Houston wrote:







  Thanks Pete,



I'll let you know as soon as I get any info.



What JDK are you using? Just for my own reference.






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On Fri, July 15, 2005 1:37 pm, Pete Helgren wrote:






  
  
I tried that and it works fine in Linux so I am not sure what is
going on at your end..

I will attach the .jar I am using.  See if it makes any
difference for you.

Pete





Pete Helgren wrote:










  Hmmm...




That WAS what I was seeing before I tweaked the code.  I am not
 seeing that now.  The first problem I saw was the start of the
 default session and then the code was skipping the first "last
view" session in the list.  I was running it in Eclipse,
however, so I could debug it.  So, I'll rebuild the jar and
stuff it over into my Linux
partition and run it from there. I have some issues with Eclipse
in Linux
because I share the workspace between Windows and Linux and
neither side is happy with the other so I might have to do some
work to debug the code running in Linux if I see the same
problem in Linux.

Meanwhile, Kenneth may get a chance to review what I did.  I
admit not not knowing all the subtleties of tn5250j from a
programming perspective so I might have missed something that
Kenneth will
catch.

Pete





Richard Houston wrote:








  
  
Thanks Pete,




K I am still having an issue, I checked out a fresh copy of
tn5250j, removed my .tn5250 Dir and started fresh.

Compiled with Linux and sun JDK1.4.2_08 using ant -DSSL=true
run.



Then I setup my connections and connect twice. I now have 2
session to the same machine in two tabs sitting on the login
screen. I then check of the save last session and click apply
from the connections window. Close down TN and reopen it with
Java -jar
tn5250j.jar. I then see one tab marked -s. I open my session
file and find "emul.view =-s null". I then edited the
emul.view to emul.view=-s traf , the name assigned to the
connection I setup in the connections window. Relaunch TN and
get one tab marked as -s, same as the first run. When I view
the sessions file the emul.view is set back to emul.view=-s
null.

Very strange. Any ideas?




Thanks




Rich







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| Richard Houston  .^. |
| R.L.H.  Consulting   /V\ |
| E-Mail  [EMAIL PROTECTE

Re: [Tn5250j-general] Startup with last view

2005-07-21 Thread Pete Helgren




Richard,

Any chance to try the jar? Just curious

Pete


Richard Houston wrote:

  Thanks Pete,

I'll let you know as soon as I get any info.

What JDK are you using? Just for my own reference.




Best regards,
+--+
| Richard Houston  .^. |
| R.L.H.  Consulting   /V\ |
| E-Mail  [EMAIL PROTECTED]/(   )\   |
| WWW www.rlhc.net  ^^-^^|
+--+


On Fri, July 15, 2005 1:37 pm, Pete Helgren wrote:
  
  
I tried that and it works fine in Linux so I am not sure what is going
on at your end..

I will attach the .jar I am using.  See if it makes any difference for
you.

Pete



Pete Helgren wrote:




  Hmmm...


That WAS what I was seeing before I tweaked the code.  I am not seeing
that now.  The first problem I saw was the start of the default session
and then the code was skipping the first "last view" session in the
list.  I was running it in Eclipse, however, so I could debug it.  So,
I'll rebuild the jar and stuff it over into my Linux
partition and run it from there. I have some issues with Eclipse in Linux
because I share the workspace between Windows and Linux and neither side
is happy with the other so I might have to do some work to debug the
code running in Linux if I see the same problem in Linux.

Meanwhile, Kenneth may get a chance to review what I did.  I admit not
not knowing all the subtleties of tn5250j from a programming perspective
so I might have missed something that Kenneth will catch.

Pete



Richard Houston wrote:


  
  
Thanks Pete,


K I am still having an issue, I checked out a fresh copy of tn5250j,
removed my .tn5250 Dir and started fresh.

Compiled with Linux and sun JDK1.4.2_08 using ant -DSSL=true run.


Then I setup my connections and connect twice. I now have 2 session
to the same machine in two tabs sitting on the login screen. I then
check of the save last session and click apply from the connections
window. Close down TN and reopen it with Java -jar tn5250j.jar. I then
see one tab marked -s. I open my session file and find "emul.view =-s
null". I then edited the emul.view to emul.view=-s traf , the name
assigned to the connection I setup in the connections window. Relaunch
TN and get one tab
marked as -s, same as the first run. When I view the sessions file the
 emul.view is set back to emul.view=-s null.

Very strange. Any ideas?


Thanks


Rich





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On Fri, July 15, 2005 8:43 am, Pete Helgren wrote:





  I just committed the changes and I did test the start with default
and it seems to work.

Let me know what you think.



Pete




Kenneth Pouncey wrote:





  
  
Pete



As long as the start default still works I see no problem at all
in committing this.  Once it is committed I will test it tonight
to see if what I normally do works as well.  Will also test a
default setup as well.

Again thank you very much for the analysis and the fix.



Regards



Kenneth



Pete Helgren wrote:







  OK!



I found a couple of things that might be causing the problem.
Kenneth, you can check my assumptions before I update CVS with
my changes.

These two changes start at around line 348 in My5250.java



1.There is a startNewSession(); there even before we start
to iterate through the specific sessions retrieved.  I think
that will just start a default session (not sure where it gets
it from). 2. We start the sessions stored in the vector
(os400_sessions) at
1 rather than 0.  That skips the first session that was
configured.


I commented out the startNewSession() and then changed the for
loop to start at 0 rather than 1.

That took care of my problems.   Do you want me to commit those
 changes?

Pete






Pete Helgren wrote:





  
  
Is this version from a clean check out of CVS today?




Not today. I pulled from CVS and built my jar before Kenneth
had finished the patch for the splash screen.  I could rebuild
again since I updated last night but there is enough weirdness
going on that I am going to run in debug and see if I can
figure this out on my own.

I am pretty busy right now but I might get a chance to look
at this later today.

Pete






Richard Houston wrote:







  Pete,



Is this version from a clean check out of CVS today?
Just wondering.






Best regards,
+--+
| Richard Houston  .^. |
| R.L.H.  Consulting   /V\ |
| E-Ma

Re: [Tn5250j-general] Startup with last view

2005-07-15 Thread Pete Helgren




I just committed the changes and I did test the start with default and
it seems to work.

Let me know what you think.

Pete


Kenneth Pouncey wrote:

  
Pete
  
As long as the start default still works I see no problem at all in
committing this. Once it is committed I will test it tonight to see if
what I normally do works as well. Will also test a default setup as
well.
  
Again thank you very much for the analysis and the fix.
  
Regards
  
Kenneth
  
Pete Helgren wrote:
  

OK!

I found a couple of things that might be causing the problem. Kenneth,
you can check my assumptions before I update CVS with my changes.

These two changes start at around line 348 in My5250.java

1. There is a startNewSession(); there even before we start to
iterate through the specific sessions retrieved. I think that will
just start a default session (not sure where it gets it from). 
2.  We start the sessions stored in the vector (os400_sessions) at 1
rather than 0. That skips the first session that was configured.

I commented out the startNewSession() and then changed the for loop to
start at 0 rather than 1.

That took care of my problems. Do you want me to commit those changes?

Pete




Pete Helgren wrote:

  
  Is this version from a clean check out of CVS today?
  
Not today. I pulled from CVS and built my jar before Kenneth had
finished the patch for the splash screen. I could rebuild again since
I updated last night but there is enough weirdness going on that I am
going to run in debug and see if I can figure this out on my own.
  
I am pretty busy right now but I might get a chance to look at this
later today.
  
Pete
  
  
  
  
Richard Houston wrote:
  
Pete,

Is this version from a clean check out of CVS today?
Just wondering.




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On Thu, July 14, 2005 9:38 am, Pete wrote:
  

  Originally this wasn't working for me but now it is.  However, when one
of the sessions starts, it still shows the -s.  For example:



These are both active sessions but the system name on the first session
shows as -s.

It may have something to do with how the sessions are initially saved.
Where is the information about the "last view" stored.  I can clear that
info then re-test (or debug) the program.

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Startup with last view

2005-07-15 Thread Pete Helgren




Hmmm...

That WAS what I was seeing before I tweaked the code. I am not seeing
that now. The first problem I saw was the start of the default session
and then the code was skipping the first "last view" session in the
list. I was running it in Eclipse, however, so I could debug it. So,
I'll rebuild the jar and stuff it over into my Linux partition and run
it from there. I have some issues with Eclipse in Linux because I share
the workspace between Windows and Linux and neither side is happy with
the other so I might have to do some work to debug the code running in
Linux if I see the same problem in Linux.

Meanwhile, Kenneth may get a chance to review what I did. I admit not
not knowing all the subtleties of tn5250j from a programming
perspective so I might have missed something that Kenneth will catch.

Pete


Richard Houston wrote:

  Thanks Pete,

K I am still having an issue, I checked out a fresh copy of tn5250j,
removed my .tn5250 Dir and started fresh.

Compiled with Linux and sun JDK1.4.2_08 using ant -DSSL=true run.

Then I setup my connections and connect twice. I now have 2 session to the
same machine in two tabs sitting on the login screen. I then check of the
save last session and click apply from the connections window.
Close down TN and reopen it with Java -jar tn5250j.jar. I then see one tab
marked -s. I open my session file and find "emul.view =-s null". I then
edited the emul.view to emul.view=-s traf , the name assigned to the
connection I setup in the connections window. Relaunch TN and get one tab
marked as -s, same as the first run. When I view the sessions file the
emul.view is set back to emul.view=-s null.

Very strange. Any ideas?

Thanks

Rich




Best regards,
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On Fri, July 15, 2005 8:43 am, Pete Helgren wrote:
  
  
I just committed the changes and I did test the start with default and
it seems to work.

Let me know what you think.


Pete



Kenneth Pouncey wrote:




  Pete


As long as the start default still works I see no problem at all in
committing this.  Once it is committed I will test it tonight to see if
what I normally do works as well.  Will also test a default setup as
well.

Again thank you very much for the analysis and the fix.


Regards


Kenneth


Pete Helgren wrote:


  
  
OK!


I found a couple of things that might be causing the problem.
Kenneth, you can check my assumptions before I update CVS with my
changes.

These two changes start at around line 348 in My5250.java


1.There is a startNewSession(); there even before we start to
iterate through the specific sessions retrieved.  I think that will
just start a default session (not sure where it gets it from). 2.
We start the sessions stored in the vector (os400_sessions) at
1 rather than 0.  That skips the first session that was configured.


I commented out the startNewSession() and then changed the for loop
to start at 0 rather than 1.

That took care of my problems.   Do you want me to commit those
changes?

Pete





Pete Helgren wrote:




  Is this version from a clean check out of CVS today?



Not today. I pulled from CVS and built my jar before Kenneth had
finished the patch for the splash screen.  I could rebuild again
since I updated last night but there is enough weirdness going on
that I am going to run in debug and see if I can figure this out on
 my own.

I am pretty busy right now but I might get a chance to look at this
 later today.

Pete





Richard Houston wrote:


  
  
Pete,


Is this version from a clean check out of CVS today?
Just wondering.





Best regards,
+--+
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+--+



On Thu, July 14, 2005 9:38 am, Pete wrote:





  Originally this wasn't working for me but now it is.  However,
when one of the sessions starts, it still shows the -s.  For
example:




These are both active sessions but the system name on the first
session shows as -s.

It may have something to do with how the sessions are initially
saved. Where is the information about the "last view" stored.  I
can clear that info then re-test (or debug) the program.

Pete






  




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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Startup with last view

2005-07-15 Thread Pete Helgren




"What JDK are you using?"

1.4.2_06

Pete


Richard Houston wrote:

  Thanks Pete,

I'll let you know as soon as I get any info.

What JDK are you using? Just for my own reference.




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On Fri, July 15, 2005 1:37 pm, Pete Helgren wrote:
  
  
I tried that and it works fine in Linux so I am not sure what is going
on at your end..

I will attach the .jar I am using.  See if it makes any difference for
you.

Pete



Pete Helgren wrote:




  Hmmm...


That WAS what I was seeing before I tweaked the code.  I am not seeing
that now.  The first problem I saw was the start of the default session
and then the code was skipping the first "last view" session in the
list.  I was running it in Eclipse, however, so I could debug it.  So,
I'll rebuild the jar and stuff it over into my Linux
partition and run it from there. I have some issues with Eclipse in Linux
because I share the workspace between Windows and Linux and neither side
is happy with the other so I might have to do some work to debug the
code running in Linux if I see the same problem in Linux.

Meanwhile, Kenneth may get a chance to review what I did.  I admit not
not knowing all the subtleties of tn5250j from a programming perspective
so I might have missed something that Kenneth will catch.

Pete



Richard Houston wrote:


  
  
Thanks Pete,


K I am still having an issue, I checked out a fresh copy of tn5250j,
removed my .tn5250 Dir and started fresh.

Compiled with Linux and sun JDK1.4.2_08 using ant -DSSL=true run.


Then I setup my connections and connect twice. I now have 2 session
to the same machine in two tabs sitting on the login screen. I then
check of the save last session and click apply from the connections
window. Close down TN and reopen it with Java -jar tn5250j.jar. I then
see one tab marked -s. I open my session file and find "emul.view =-s
null". I then edited the emul.view to emul.view=-s traf , the name
assigned to the connection I setup in the connections window. Relaunch
TN and get one tab
marked as -s, same as the first run. When I view the sessions file the
 emul.view is set back to emul.view=-s null.

Very strange. Any ideas?


Thanks


Rich





Best regards,
+--+
| Richard Houston  .^. |
| R.L.H.  Consulting   /V\ |
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+--+



On Fri, July 15, 2005 8:43 am, Pete Helgren wrote:





  I just committed the changes and I did test the start with default
and it seems to work.

Let me know what you think.



Pete




Kenneth Pouncey wrote:





  
  
Pete



As long as the start default still works I see no problem at all
in committing this.  Once it is committed I will test it tonight
to see if what I normally do works as well.  Will also test a
default setup as well.

Again thank you very much for the analysis and the fix.



Regards



Kenneth



Pete Helgren wrote:







  OK!



I found a couple of things that might be causing the problem.
Kenneth, you can check my assumptions before I update CVS with
my changes.

These two changes start at around line 348 in My5250.java



1.There is a startNewSession(); there even before we start
to iterate through the specific sessions retrieved.  I think
that will just start a default session (not sure where it gets
it from). 2. We start the sessions stored in the vector
(os400_sessions) at
1 rather than 0.  That skips the first session that was
configured.


I commented out the startNewSession() and then changed the for
loop to start at 0 rather than 1.

That took care of my problems.   Do you want me to commit those
 changes?

Pete






Pete Helgren wrote:





  
  
Is this version from a clean check out of CVS today?




Not today. I pulled from CVS and built my jar before Kenneth
had finished the patch for the splash screen.  I could rebuild
again since I updated last night but there is enough weirdness
going on that I am going to run in debug and see if I can
figure this out on my own.

I am pretty busy right now but I might get a chance to look
at this later today.

Pete






Richard Houston wrote:







  Pete,



Is this version from a clean check out of CVS today?
Just wondering.






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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Startup with last view

2005-07-14 Thread Pete Helgren




No...No device name defined. Let me look at a few things and I'll get
back to you,

Pete


Kenneth Pouncey wrote:

  Wow Pete do not for the life of me understand why.  It is in the .tn5250j folder
under your user profile.  The file to look for is sessions and the element is
emul.view

emul.view=-s luxdev -s luxdev-gui -s luxdev-gui -s luubps01-gui -s luubps01-gui 

This is mine and it works like a charm.

Do you have a Device Name defined for those session?

Regards

Kenneth

Quoting Pete [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

  
  
Originally this wasn't working for me but now it is.  However, when one 
of the sessions starts, it still shows the -s.  For example:



These are both active sessions but the system name on the first session 
shows as -s.

It may have something to do with how the sessions are initially saved.  
Where is the information about the "last view" stored.  I can clear that 
info then re-test (or debug) the program.

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Startup with last view

2005-07-14 Thread Pete Helgren




Ok...A couple of thingshere is the sessions file I have: (I have
XXX'ed out the IP addresses)

#-- Session Information 
#Thu Jul 14 08:28:35 MDT 2005
emul.startLastView=
emul.frame0=0,0,1280,1024
emul.logLevel=2
emul.default=
emul.width=1280
emul.view=-s SLC400 -s SLC400 
emul.height=1024
JCPS400=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -p 992 -sslType SSLv2 -e -t -spp 1080 -d 
emul.restricted=
JCPS400A=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -p 23 -e -t -spp 1080 -d 
VAS400=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -p 23 -e -t -spp 1080 -d 
SLC-Local=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -p 23 -e -t -spp 1080 -d 
SLC400=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -p 992 -sslType SSLv3 -e -t -spp 1080 -d 

First thing I noticed was that the emul.view had -s SLC400 -s SLC400
listed twice. If I remove the second value and start it with last
view, I get ONE session correctly (but the WRONG session - I get the
VAS400 session with the "-s" showing as the system...not sure why. If
I then start the SLC400 session disconnect and exit and continue to
start with last view, I only get ONE session, the wrong session with a
-s displayed but the emul.view the has values -s -s SLC400

Seems to me like there is a problem storing and retrieving the
parameters. The "-s " entry *seems* to be starting the VAS400
session although I don't know why.

I'll keep playing with it as I get the chance...I am at a user
conference and don't *too* much time to play

Pete



Kenneth Pouncey wrote:

  Wow Pete do not for the life of me understand why.  It is in the .tn5250j folder
under your user profile.  The file to look for is sessions and the element is
emul.view

emul.view=-s luxdev -s luxdev-gui -s luxdev-gui -s luubps01-gui -s luubps01-gui 

This is mine and it works like a charm.

Do you have a Device Name defined for those session?

Regards

Kenneth

Quoting Pete [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

  
  
Originally this wasn't working for me but now it is.  However, when one 
of the sessions starts, it still shows the -s.  For example:



These are both active sessions but the system name on the first session 
shows as -s.

It may have something to do with how the sessions are initially saved.  
Where is the information about the "last view" stored.  I can clear that 
info then re-test (or debug) the program.

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Startup with last view

2005-07-14 Thread Pete Helgren





Is this version from a clean check out of CVS today?

Not today. I pulled from CVS and built my jar before Kenneth had
finished the patch for the splash screen. I could rebuild again since
I updated last night but there is enough weirdness going on that I am
going to run in debug and see if I can figure this out on my own.

I am pretty busy right now but I might get a chance to look at this
later today.

Pete




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  Pete,

Is this version from a clean check out of CVS today?
Just wondering.




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On Thu, July 14, 2005 9:38 am, Pete wrote:
  
  
Originally this wasn't working for me but now it is.  However, when one
of the sessions starts, it still shows the -s.  For example:



These are both active sessions but the system name on the first session
shows as -s.

It may have something to do with how the sessions are initially saved.
Where is the information about the "last view" stored.  I can clear that
info then re-test (or debug) the program.

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Startup with last view

2005-07-14 Thread Pete Helgren




OK!

I found a couple of things that might be causing the problem. Kenneth,
you can check my assumptions before I update CVS with my changes.

These two changes start at around line 348 in My5250.java

1. There is a startNewSession(); there even before we start to
iterate through the specific sessions retrieved. I think that will
just start a default session (not sure where it gets it from). 
2.  We start the sessions stored in the vector (os400_sessions) at 1
rather than 0. That skips the first session that was configured.

I commented out the startNewSession() and then changed the for loop to
start at 0 rather than 1.

That took care of my problems. Do you want me to commit those changes?

Pete




Pete Helgren wrote:

  
  Is this version from a clean check out of CVS today?
  
Not today. I pulled from CVS and built my jar before Kenneth had
finished the patch for the splash screen. I could rebuild again since
I updated last night but there is enough weirdness going on that I am
going to run in debug and see if I can figure this out on my own.
  
I am pretty busy right now but I might get a chance to look at this
later today.
  
Pete
  
  
  
  
Richard Houston wrote:
  
Pete,

Is this version from a clean check out of CVS today?
Just wondering.




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On Thu, July 14, 2005 9:38 am, Pete wrote:
  

  Originally this wasn't working for me but now it is.  However, when one
of the sessions starts, it still shows the -s.  For example:



These are both active sessions but the system name on the first session
shows as -s.

It may have something to do with how the sessions are initially saved.
Where is the information about the "last view" stored.  I can clear that
info then re-test (or debug) the program.

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Update

2005-07-11 Thread Pete Helgren




And, in my case, it displays in *front* of the splash screen.

I am running SUSE 9.2 on my other partition. I'll boot into Linux and
see what I get.

Pete


Richard Houston wrote:

  On Fri, July 8, 2005 6:10 pm, Pete Helgren wrote:
  
  
No.  The connection panel comes up right after the splash screen for me
(Windows XP, JDK 1.4.2_06)

  
  
Just to clarify, the screen pops up but is behind the splash screen. On
Linux you need to click on the panel to bring it forward. It's not a
failure but an annoyance really. Now on the version be for this one, the
splash screen would pop up and diapered after the connection panel is
displayed.  This is on Linux and Sun JDK 1.4.2_08.

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Update

2005-07-11 Thread Pete Helgren




Yes. I am *fairly* certain it did. 

Pete


Richard Houston wrote:

  Also, did your previous version have the splash screen disappear before
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And, in my case, it displays in *front* of the splash screen.


I am running SUSE 9.2 on my other partition.  I'll boot into Linux and
see what I get.

Pete



Richard Houston wrote:




  On Fri, July 8, 2005 6:10 pm, Pete Helgren wrote:



  
  
No.  The connection panel comes up right after the splash screen for
me (Windows XP, JDK 1.4.2_06)




  
  Just to clarify, the screen pops up but is behind the splash screen. On
 Linux you need to click on the panel to bring it forward. It's not a
failure but an annoyance really. Now on the version be for this one, the
 splash screen would pop up and diapered after the connection panel is
displayed.  This is on Linux and Sun JDK 1.4.2_08.

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Update

2005-07-11 Thread Pete Helgren




Richard (and Kenneth),

I re-booted into Linux, and I stand corrected. 0.5.7 pre3 has the
splash screen that doesn't disappear and displays over the Connections
panel. AND, the latest version 0.6.1.Alpha 1 does the same thing. It
is as though the "splash" screen doesn't know how to close. I ran it
under SUSE 9.2 with the same JDK I use in Windows (1.4.2_06)

So, it looks like you'll have to take a look at it and figure out
what's up. Works fine in Windows though.

So, it IS broken in Linux.

Pete


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On Mon, July 11, 2005 10:45 am, Pete Helgren wrote:
  
  
And, in my case, it displays in *front* of the splash screen.


I am running SUSE 9.2 on my other partition.  I'll boot into Linux and
see what I get.

Pete



Richard Houston wrote:




  On Fri, July 8, 2005 6:10 pm, Pete Helgren wrote:



  
  
No.  The connection panel comes up right after the splash screen for
me (Windows XP, JDK 1.4.2_06)




  
  Just to clarify, the screen pops up but is behind the splash screen. On
 Linux you need to click on the panel to bring it forward. It's not a
failure but an annoyance really. Now on the version be for this one, the
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displayed.  This is on Linux and Sun JDK 1.4.2_08.

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Update

2005-07-11 Thread Pete Helgren




No sweat. We are ALL busy!

I am not a committer in the project (or I would have committed the
patch myself) but the SSL/Applet patch is easy. Let me know if you
need more info on it.

Pete


Kenneth Pouncey wrote:

  Hello Richard and Pete

I will take a look at that tonight.  I wonder what changed.  I never got a
chance to look at the SSL sorry about that.  Got to take the work as it comes
and they do not have an AS/400.

Regards

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On Mon, July 11, 2005 10:45 am, Pete Helgren wrote:


  And, in my case, it displays in *front* of the splash screen.


I am running SUSE 9.2 on my other partition.  I'll boot into Linux and
see what I get.

Pete



Richard Houston wrote:


  
  
On Fri, July 8, 2005 6:10 pm, Pete Helgren wrote:





  No.  The connection panel comes up right after the splash screen for
me (Windows XP, JDK 1.4.2_06)



  

Just to clarify, the screen pops up but is behind the splash screen. On
 Linux you need to click on the panel to bring it forward. It's not a
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[Tn5250j-general] Issue with Applets and SSL

2005-07-08 Thread Pete Helgren
This discussion about SSL triggered a reminder that I needed to check to 
see how SSL from an applet worked.  I couldn't get it going. The system 
indicator comes on but then I get a Disconnected status after a while 
.  I suspect it isn't able to negotiate the protocol or there is a 
sandbox issue.  Not sure which.  I CAN use SSL when I run the emulator 
normally.


I then checked out the latest in CVS that was posted last night and 
rebuilt the jars and I still cannot connect.


The only difference between the emulator running (successfully) as an 
applet without SSL and then breaking WITH SSL is I added the following 
entries to the HTML:


PARAM NAME =  -p VALUE= 992 /
PARAM NAME =  -sslType VALUE= SSLv3 /

Perhaps what I am using as an SSL type is incorrect?  It is the same as 
I have in my other connections.


One other question has to do with the my5250s.jar that is referred to in 
the HTML.  This is just a copy of tn5250j.jar, right?  Nothing special?


Windows XP, jdk 1.4.2_06.

Thanks,

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2005-07-06 Thread Pete Helgren




This works for me in 0.5.7 pre3. When I start the session I am
prompted to accept the SSL cert and then I get the signon screen. It
was been quite a while since I set this up but I don't recall doing
much more than just following the SSLInstructions.html document.

Pete


Richard Houston wrote:

  Yeah, the no connect error is the same thing I got.
Kenneth, do you have any insight on how to get the ssl working?




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Hi Richard,




  Does anyone have a good howto on getting
ssl support on tn5250j to work?
  

Well i never got it running here at stafa.
When i enable it i get no connect, so i never
even tried it again.

Maybe there is somebody else with better luck.


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Re: [Tn5250j-general] SSL support

2005-07-06 Thread Pete Helgren




There is a pretty good setup article in the IBM iSeries knowledge base.

http://www-912.ibm.com/s_dir/slkbase.nsf/slkbase

Search using "17615517" (the
document number) you should have a hit on "SSL and Secure Telnet
Server Configuration". Make sure you have the correct licensed
programs installed (Cryptographic Access Provider and Digital
Certificate Manager).

The Mochasoft site has a good overview as well.
(http://www.mochasoft.dk/tn5250.htm)

It has been a little while since I have set this up but I'll give you
help where ever I can. Once the Certificate is set up and assigned to
telnet, you just want to make sure that your telnet settings allow SSL
(CHGTELNA ALWSSL (*YES) )

The SSLInstructions.html just has this:

- Tested with Sun JRE 1.4.0_01-b03
on Win2K  XP
Security Policy File Installation
1. Download Security Policy java.policy.
2. Read Instructions in java.policy to install/setup policy file.
3. Restart Browser

That is about it.

Pete


Richard Houston wrote:

  Thanks Pete,

Do  you know where that doc is? Sorry for my ignorance here. :/

Also do we know if the ssl 5250 port is on by default on the AS/400 or do
we need to turn it on?




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On Wed, July 6, 2005 1:55 pm, Pete Helgren wrote:
  
  
This works for me in 0.5.7 pre3.  When I start the session I am prompted
to accept the SSL cert and then I get the signon screen.  It was been quite
a while since I set this up but I don't recall doing much more than just
following the SSLInstructions.html document.

Pete



Richard Houston wrote:




  Yeah, the no connect error is the same thing I got.
Kenneth, do you have any insight on how to get the ssl working?





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Hi Richard,







  Does anyone have a good howto on getting
ssl support on tn5250j to work?


  

Well i never got it running here at stafa.
When i enable it i get no connect, so i never
even tried it again.

Maybe there is somebody else with better luck.



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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Web5250

2005-06-10 Thread Pete Helgren




Should have said:

so if
you press enter the entire screen lights up with errors because all the
characters are off by 5 (in position 1 instead of position 6)

Pete


Pete Helgren wrote:

  
How do you do that? I wish I knew more about the inter workings of
tn5250j. One of these days I'll roll up may sleeves and get my hands
dirty and muck around in the code base for a few weeks.
  
That took care of the ability to edit the code, however, there appears
to be an alignment issue with the data as it appears in SEU. SEU must
have a field that tells it how to align the data on the screen because
the Type entry in SEU normally aligns to position 6 (at least in an RPG
OPM program) and in this case the type field aligns to position 1 so if
you press enter the entire screen lights up with errors because all the
characters are off by 1. If you could point out where to look for this,
I could take a shot at it. The field itself, in debug, does not have
the leading blanks and I can't tell how SEU "knows" to align the data
since tn5250j DOES align the data.
  
I'll also add a properties file that will hold the IP address so we
don't have to keep changing IP addresses if we fully update the code.
I'll also investigate the "cursor movement" issues.
  
Final question: How do we want to handle the CVS access on this? This
is a pretty small piece of code so far. We could:
  
1. Create a sub project of tn5250j and make the code available there.
2. Create a new SF project .
3. I could get you set up with CVS access on our CVS server. I might
be able to get anonymous access set up for folks to check out the
source but I am really not in a good position to set up multiple
committers and such.
  
Your call. I know that Richard is interested in the code and I expect,
if I post to a few other lists that I participate in , that we could
get some volume of interest on this. I just don't want to announce it
being available until we are ready for folks to access the code. What
do you think? I'll do the legwork on the SF project or our company CVS
if you think that is the best way to go. As admin on tn5250j, you'd
have to set up the sub-project (however that is done).
  
Pete
  
  





Re: [Tn5250j-general] Web5250

2005-06-09 Thread Pete Helgren
Cool!  I tried as best I could to get the function keys working and also 
hard coded the control key as Enter (my preference).  You'll find out 
pretty quickly that the complete set of key movements still needs to be 
handled.  Try  the cursor movement keys, for example.  Or new line.


Also, I have been  trying to figure out equivalent field types for the 
5250 data.  Go into SEU on a source member and you can't edit anything.  
So I need to figure out all the variations of editable vs non-editable 
fields.  Since I don't know the 5250 stream well enough, I could 
probably use some help there.


We should probably externalize the IP address and port settings to a 
properties file (on the server) and we'll have to figure out things like 
local preferences and key mappings and store them locally (I guess 
cookies are the only local way to do this with a browser).


Plenty still to do.  Probably need a central place for a features 
list, build that list, and start working on it. 


Pete


Kenneth Pouncey wrote:


Pete

Well just got through setting up and testing with the web5250.  The keys work
quite well.  With all the extra lines in the .js file it does slow down just a
tad.  For me it is fast enough to be satified with it.

Even the F4 help F3 and enter keys work.  Really cool if you ask me.

I just had someone looking over my shoulder when I finally got it all up and
running.  They just stood there with their mouth open.  The next thing was oh
those html tools that come with the V5r2 are really nice, will have try that
myself.  I just laughed and told him it was part of the tn5250j emulator
package and he took a double take.  Was really funny.

So what do you think is next for this?

Regards

Kenneth



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