Mainframe screen scraping in ASP.net

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  1. Esha

    Esha Guest

    Mainframe screen scraping in ASP.net
    =======================================
    Scenario :
    Every client is enabled with mainframe screenscraping component.(this
    component reads the data from mainframe screens). Need to create a ASP.net
    web application where in server side code/functionality is dependant on the
    values of client's mainframe scraped data.
    In the server side it is very much required to instantiate client side
    mainframe screenscraping component and read the values from that.


    Eg.
    Please find the below pseudo code :

    In the Server side :

    If fnReadScrapedata()=='RN2' // fnReadScrapedata() should read values from
    mainframe screenscraping client component
    {
    ..
    ..
    ..
    Response.write("This feature is not available for this login");
    }



    If fnReadScrapedata()=='RN2' // fnReadScrapedata() should read values from
    mainframe screenscraping client component
    {
    if fnReadScrapedata1()=='GR3' // fnReadScrapedata1() should read values
    from mainframe screenscraping client component
    ..
    ..
    ..
    Response.write("This feature is available for this login");
    }

    How do i invoke the client component in the sever side code???
     
    Esha, Sep 4, 2008
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  2. "Esha" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > How do i invoke the client component in the sever side code???


    I am very sure I have answered this already. You cannot invoke anything on
    the client from the server. Never. Under no circumstances. At all.

    The client will have to have some piece of code that invokes the screen
    scraping component and sends the scraped data to the service. That is the
    only way to do it.
    --
    John Saunders | MVP - Connected System Developer
     
    John Saunders, Sep 5, 2008
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