DISPLAYING HELP TEXT OF A PROGRAM IN AN INTERNET EXPLORER WINDOW VIA RPGLE

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Hello all, I was wondering if anyone has had any experience in using Internet Explorer in conjunction with RPGLE programs. Now, I'm not looking to go out to any internet site, instead, my boss wants me to create something for our user community. While in an Interactive Program, if the user hits F1 for Help, we want an Internet Explorer Window to appear with all the help text in it. Can anyone point me in the right direction as far as how to do this? Maybe articles, specific books, pages, etc. Thanks

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ASKED: March 27, 2013  11:40 AM
UPDATED: March 27, 2013  2:55 PM

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Awesome. Thank you very much. Haven’t had hardly any exposure to doing things like this and i’m starting to get more involved with it.

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  • TomLiotta
    Simplest and most widely understood would be with STRPCCMD. RUNRMTCMD, or rexec(),  could also be used as could a number of similar RPC protocols.   Bear in mind that any method that is used will need to work essentially through  kinds of vulnerabilities that allow some remote system to execute code on the target PCs.   Tom
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