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Creating an AS400-Object

 
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Hello,
I am an experienced VBA-Programmer and I where instructed, to
work with Java-Toolbox for AS400. I don't know, how to create
an as400-Object visually. I tryed to to that only in source-code,
but the compiler didn't like the command:
AS400 myas400 = new AS400();
Now I am looking for a method, to solve the problem into the
visually environment. I selected the bean "As400" from
AS400 Toolbox and connected it with the clickbutton, but
no result !
I would be very glad, If anybody helped me !
Sincerely
Axel Goede

 
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What toolbox. And where is doco on AS400?
 
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Here's the doc: IBM Toolbox for Java. Read the tutorials, examples.
Also check out the Troubleshooting section of the Toolbox homepage. It answers questions like "Why can't I connect to an iSeries or AS/400 system?"
Good luck!

[This message has been edited by Manku Thimma (edited July 26, 2001).]
 
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LOL - Only IBM can create AS400 objects ......
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