A real world look into HATS
from end-user and developer perspectives
Bob Presser, Odyssey Data Systems, Inc.
November 14, 2006 FASUG Meeting
This session will present:
- The design concepts, screen layouts and system flow of a recently and newly developed iSeries ILE-RPG-SQL application that provided a Web-based "Client Information System"
- The application was developed to display rather ugly green-screens, that no end-user would ever see, but would be exactly what HATS needed to display as a native Web-based system would.
- This development effort was NOT created using default rendering or screen scraping techniques; but rather took advantage of full HATS customization techniques.
- How the HATS development was accomplished by showing actual:
- Screen captures, customizations, transformations and other components used in the application
- Tips and techniques, learned from experience, given to help you through your first web implementation project. This project was extremely exciting and rewarding for us, and we believe that you will be as enthused, after attending this presentation.
is President of Odyssey Data Systems, Inc., a company he founded in 1975. He served as an IT Consultant to many companies who were customers and users of IBM Midrange and micro-computers.
Over the years, he functioned in many capacities, both for his company and for his clients; namely: executive, marketing and sales, personnel and project management, primary client contact, applications designer and analyst, programmer, client technical support representative, security administrator, standards developer, educator, etc.
He is an active member of COMMON (an international IBM Users Group) and Long Island System Users Group. He has been a frequent speaker at COMMON, IBM and other local user groups. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University.
Bob can be reached at RPresser@odysseydata.com
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