Java is now quite a general term.
1. Java the language might be compared to RPG the language. Fine (except
that there is a huge cultural difference and Java isn't clearly better
at traditional database and transaction).
2. Java the technology (JVM) is being held back on the Web client -
browsers aren't keeping up, I don't know why.
3. There are several Applets that can offer terminal emulation (from browser).
Many people are choosing JSP and servlets as the next solid step to
take. As this requires little from the browser (especially important for
a store front).
> What are the necessary inputs/tools required to Java-enable existing RPG
> Since I'm more interested on the Java end, is it possible to develop the GUI
> front-ends in PC and just later integrate them with AS400 applications
> Is "zero-coding" for Java possible when using screen-scraping solutions?
> If not, how extensive is the Java coding needed to web-enable existing RPG
> applications to Java?
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