6 edition of Client-server programming with OS/2 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Robert Orfali, Dan Harkey.|
|Series||VNR computer library|
|LC Classifications||QA76.76.O63 O74 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 993 :|
|Number of Pages||993|
|LC Control Number||90028345|
IBM AS/ Programming Languages and Application Development Tools give programmers a rich set of tools to create new client/server applications on the host and/or the OS/2 and Windows environment. In addition, this software provides the following features and benefits. Due to the critical importance of C/S applications to business enterprises of the s and beyond, we will focus on C/S applications in this book. Client/Server–A Special Case of Distributed Computing. Figure shows the interrelationships between distributed computing and client/server models.
Emulator High-level Language Application Program Interface (EHLLAPI) is an enhanced version of HLLAPI. It was introduced in by IBM in association with the IBM PC to provide access from a DOS PC environment to data on an IBM mainframe.. EHLLAPI can be used to determine screen characters, track and send keystrokes, check the host status and perform file transfers. Typically this . Find out information about Client-Server Analyst Programmer. A person who analyses and designs application programs for a client-server architecture. Typical skills .
Home Health Guides) An Invisible Client Rdo and Odbc: Client/Server Database Programming With Visual Basic (Special Report (Kent, Wash.)) Host/Workstation Client/Server Implementation Using Visualage Cobol on Os/2, Aix, and MVS Client/Server Developer's Guide with Delphi 3 with. 'TWAIN for OS/2 Software Developer's Kit (Solution Technology, Inc.)' is located on disc 3. *** Development Tools (Discs 1/2) *** 'ADTS CS: Application Development ToolSet Client Server for OS/ V3R6' is located on disc 4. 'AIXLIKE: OS/2 version of .
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Client/server programming with OS/2 by Robert Orfali; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Client/server computing, OS/2 (Computer file). Que's book is an in-depth reference to using remote procedure calls (RPCs) to streamline operations.
Disk includes sample code from the book, including RPC functions. Shows how to optimize code that will work on WindowsWind Windows NT, OS/2, UNIX, or Macintosh.
Expert tips on using the best RPC methods.3/5(1). The term "client/server" describes a type of distributed processing in which an application is divided into two parts, each possibly residing on separate operating systems, but working together to provide a service to the end user.
As shown in Figure 1, one part of the application, the client, typically resides on a workstation and requests a service for the end-user. Client/server programming with OS/2 Robert Orfali, Dan Harkey.
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Books by Robert Orfali. Robert Orfali Average rating ratings 16 reviews shelved times Client-Server Programming with OS/2 by. Robert Orfali, Dan Harkey. The exciting potential of Client/Server programming is just now being realized as businesses begin to install networks.
Libraries, running as processes (servers) anywhere on the network have become specialized into database, transaction, and output services, to name a few.
Because OS/2, 95, and NT actually uses true logical address spaces. Beginning Client/Server Programming: Named Pipes.
This article is an introduction to client/server applications, and their interface in OS/2. Throughout this article, click on "Forward" to. The term client/server describes a type of distributed processing in which an application is divided into two parts, each possibly residing on separate operating systems, but working together to provide a service to the end user.
As shown in Figure 1, one part of the application, the client, typically resides on a workstation and requests a service for the end-user. This network-related software article is a can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
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the Smalltalk version of the WTA was implemented in OS/2, the corre-sponding C++ version was implemented under Windows This book explains how to use DB2 for OS/2 or DB2 for Windows 95/NT as database for application data through the VisualAge database parts, and also as server for the DB2 WWW Connection gateway.
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Bobak Not In Library. OS/2 Quick Reference LibraryDevelopment, Presentation manager, Programming, OS/2 Programming, eComStation, Microsoft, Client/server computing, OS. This redbook details the configuration of a client/server environment consisting of the IBM COBOL, DB2, and CICS family of products on OS/2, AIX and MVS.
Installation details as well as application development techniq ues are covered. The book was written for. 1 Robert Orfali and Dan Harkey, Client-Server Programming with OS/2 Extended Edition (2: Van Nostrand Reinhold, ), p.
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