Invoking a webpage from JDE World 7.3

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There is a requirement wherein data which is on a JDE World screen should be passed to a web page when a function key is pressed. On pressing of the particular function key, data which is on the JDE World screen must be passed to and displayed on the web page. I need ideas about how this can be implemented.

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Why pass the data from the green screen to the web page? Why not just use something like CGIDEV2 or one of several commercial applications to display the data on a web page in the first place? You can set up Client Access to use hot spots to let people click on a link on your green screen app to launch the page or better yet, skip the green screen altogether and just give you users a link that they can use in their browser.

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  • TomLiotta
    First, is this your in-house programming? (Is the source code available to you?) What OS version/release? The mention of pressing of the particular function key implies that it would be in-house programming, but it's a question that needs to be answered. Obviously, if all the source is available, the programming can be changed to cause it to do whatever a computer is capable of doing -- and sending data to a web server or generating a web page is within capabilities. Determining the rational method is in the discussion. If this is not in-house programming, it may still be possible to generate a web page from data on the screen, but it might be very tricky to link the action to a function key. (The attention key might be available though.) Tom
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