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NetRexx Redbook Final

Ueli Wahli
The final version of the NetRexx redbook is now available on the ITSO
Redbook home page under Redpieces:

    http://www.redbooks.ibm.com
    http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpieces.html

Look for "Creating Java Applications with NetRexx, SG24-2216

Content:
  - Redbook in HTML format
  - Pointer to the redbook examples, nrxredbk.zip file
       ftp://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooks/SG242216

Examples were developed on Windows, tested on OS/2, based on JDK 1.1.1.
Currently one problem on OS/2: thread termination in one sample gives
a null pointer exception in the stop method.

The GUI examples need a JDK 1.1.1 enabled browser, or appletviewer.
 - Netscape 4.02 for Windows, with an additional zip file from the
   Netscape download site runs now jdk 1.1.1
 - Netscape 2.02 for OS/2 with the njbridge.zip file installed
   runs jdk 1.1.1 as well

Ueli Wahli - WAHLI at WTSCPOK               ITSO San Jose    Tie-457-3617
             Internet: [hidden email]   The Redbook Co.  408-927-3617
Application Development/Object Technology   650 Harry Rd/E2  Fax:927-3616
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Re: NetRexx Redbook Final

mcbrides
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>The final version of the NetRexx redbook is now available on the ITSO
>Redbook home page under Redpieces:

Ueli,

Now that this is a finished draft, what will happen to the book? Does it get
published or remain an online creation? My reason for asking is that my access
to a "real" printer is limited, making the need for a decently published text
very desireable.

Thanks,

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Re: NetRexx Redbook Final

William H. Geiger III
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In <[hidden email]>, on 09/03/97
   at 07:16 PM, "Ueli Wahli" <[hidden email]> said:

>The final version of the NetRexx redbook is now available on the ITSO
>Redbook home page under Redpieces:

>    http://www.redbooks.ibm.com
>    http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpieces.html

>Look for "Creating Java Applications with NetRexx, SG24-2216

>Content:
>  - Redbook in HTML format
>  - Pointer to the redbook examples, nrxredbk.zip file
>       ftp://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooks/SG242216

>Examples were developed on Windows, tested on OS/2, based on JDK 1.1.1.
>Currently one problem on OS/2: thread termination in one sample gives a
>null pointer exception in the stop method.

>The GUI examples need a JDK 1.1.1 enabled browser, or appletviewer.
> - Netscape 4.02 for Windows, with an additional zip file from the
>   Netscape download site runs now jdk 1.1.1
> - Netscape 2.02 for OS/2 with the njbridge.zip file installed
>   runs jdk 1.1.1 as well

Is there anyplace where the redbook can be downloaded? Online reading is a
bit of a PITA.

Thanks,

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Re: NetRexx Redbook Final

mcbrides
>   at 07:16 PM, "Ueli Wahli" <[hidden email]> said:
>
>>The final version of the NetRexx redbook is now available on the ITSO
>>Redbook home page under Redpieces:
>
>Is there anyplace where the redbook can be downloaded? Online reading is a
>bit of a PITA.
>

I used a "websucker" and grabbed all the html then converted it to ipf then
to inf and now have it available (some what whole) on my desktop...

Just a suggestion...

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