The 7.0 version of QTerm brings a new look and easily accessible function panels which
can be permanently displayed (pinned) or can be automatically hidden and only displayed when
moused over. Mutiple frame windows are also supported with one or more terminal windows in each frame. This allows you
to easily take advantage of multiple monitors.
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DescriptionThe QTerm functionality is provided in a java bean and as java applets. The base functionality is common to the java bean and to the applets, which support terminal emulation in a web browser. The java beans may be used in a variety of implementations including servers and web services.
The java components provide the complete functionality of a terminal connected over TCP/IP to a Unisys mainframe.
Please refer to the QTermJavaUTS and QTermJavaT27 product descriptions for the web browser implementations. A web server page is accessed from a user's desktop to automatically download the applet. The first access may involve downloading of the java plug-in.
The java beans provide terminal connectivity, from which many instances may be invoked. Such connections are typically used for host screen scraping in server applications. As such the terminal "screen" is normally hidden but may easily be made visible, for debug purposes.
The primary objects are QScreenUTS and QScreenT27, each of which provides a single instance of a terminal connection to the host.
The provided applets actually create one or more instances, depending on how many terminal screens are required. If you write your own applet or stand alone java program you would do something similar.
If you are programming a server application then you will create one or more instances of the terminal object directly, using the classes from the bean jar file.
Sample java code and html pages are included. For programming interface details please see the JavaDoc. Note that although you create a QScreenUTS or QScreenT27 object the common methods and properties are described in the superclass (QScreenTerm) from which both are derived.