I'm investigating the possibilities of how to access mainframe data/applications using a standard webbrowser.
Does anybody know how to set something like this up?
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SystemAdmin 110000D4XK101 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: using a webbrowser for mainframe applications2009-05-05T09:16:28Z in response to SystemAdminYou might like to take a look at IBM Rational Host Access Transformation Services (HATS) - http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/products/rhats/
With HATS, you can extend your 3270 and 5250 host applications to the Web, to a portlet, to a rich client, or to browsers on mobile devices quickly, easily, and with low risk.
This article explains how to make your existing mainframe applications available on the Web can help extend their value, plus increase efficiency and encourage reuse of assets -
danielpac 270000KK995 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: using a webbrowser for mainframe applications2009-05-07T18:18:01Z in response to SystemAdminAnother possible way is to use Java to code applications and WebSphere Application Server to host these applications.
You can find more information on:
PedroV 060000RXG815 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: using a webbrowser for mainframe applications2009-05-13T00:25:58Z in response to SystemAdminOne of my colleagues had these comments:
This is what immediately springs to mind:
WebSphere Host On-Demand provides a 3270 emulator via a web browser http://www-01.ibm.com/software/webservers/hostondemand/
TSO/ISPF Client Gateway is available in z/OS 1.10 can be configured to invoke TSO and ISPF commands from a browser
ISPF Workstation Agent allows client/server access to ISPF, although not through a browser.