With the advent of Domino for the AS/400, one of the most intriguing issues to explore is exactly how to integrate "traditional" AS/400 programs with Domino applications. This is particularly true for those who are new to Domino. It is often said, quite correctly, that is "easy" to make the two environments work together, but specific, concrete examples of how to make this happen are often few and far between. It is hoped that this paper will answer that question by providing a specific, working code sample that illustrates how to call an AS/400 program via LotusScript.
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