Advanced Concepts in RPG-CGI
So, you’ve created your first RPG-CGI web pages to
deliver static reports to your users over your intranet. Now what?!? The
logical next step is to allow the users to input data through the same
medium, but how? CGI enables you to do that and much more. From
mail-forms and counter programs, to the most complex programs that
generate entire websites on-the-fly, CGI programs deliver a broad
spectrum of content on the web today.
This presentation is designed to
give you some insight into the possibilities available on the web to i5
developers today. We'll cover some advanced topics, such as writing
forms that use different types of input elements, using cookies,
redirection, and other useful CGI tricks. Things that you've may have
thought were beyond your reach.
Michael Daly has been gainfully
employed writing RPG applications for the last 14 years. He has spent
the last 6+ years as a Consultant with KS2 Technologies, Inc.,
here in the Metroplex, and he loves his job.
As an IBM Certified Specialist in
RPG IV Development, Michael has been designing and creating intranets
and interactive web pages for the last five years using the techniques
shown in this presentation.
Michael can be reached at