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automating mainframe application running on Rumba

by ansh (Initiate)
on Nov 05, 2009 at 02:12 UTC ( #805121=perlquestion: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??
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Hi,I am quite new in perl.. and i need to automate a mainframe application running on Rumba. Stuff like sending keystrokes for entering string etc. Can sumone guide me .. from where i should begin learning?

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Re: automating mainframe application running on Rumba
by gman (Friar) on Nov 05, 2009 at 02:50 UTC

    Probably not much help, as I'm not familiar with Rumba, but from their white paper:

    VBA-type scripting support
    Enables automation via scripting to improve end-user
    productivity and streamline business processes. Supports the
    execution of existing Micro Focus OnWeb Web-to-Host,
    ViewNow, and/or competitive scripts on the Micro Focus
    Micro Focus RUMBA PC-to-Host platform, reducing the
    administrative costs associated with multi-client-type
    installations and consolidations.
    Custom application development
    Support for EHLLAPI and COM interfaces provides maximum
    flexibility and convenience for programmers, developers,
    and other IT professionals.
      I'm a big fan of O'reilly's Learning Perl. It's geared to people who have previous programming experience imo.
        Rumba scripting is pretty easy . if you have access to Rumba scripting editor,you will have all the keywords that it accepts and a short description of them. All you have to do is record all the actions and keep them in a loop.

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