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How to customize CA 2E (Synon) Web Option with JavaScript, CSS, and HTML

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  • Let me talk a bit about the company Mark and I are working for. CM First has been in business since the 1990’s. Recently there has been an expansion into Italy and the USA, and Mark and I both work for the USA office. Our focus is squarely on IBM i and CA 2E/Plex modernization. We help companies evolve into more modern paradigms. We have a number of strategies based on the situation. That might mean putting as SOA framework in place for web services. Or it might mean migrating RPG/COBOL based logic to Java or C#. But some of the real low hanging fruit in this area is what we are talking about today. WebOption is really an exceptionally fast and quality way to bring your 2E application to the web. You pay a fixed cost for the tool, get some training/mentoring, invest in some CSS and JavaScript customization - and then you are on your way using the skills that you already have. It can be an important first and very visible step to modernization, one that is immediately valuable to your users.
  • In case you don’t know me, I am a CA and IBM i hand from way back. Mark has also been in the industry for a number of years. Mark has also work with the web enablement of CA 2E using multiple technologies, and can give some insights into why WebOption can work so well in a Synon shop.
  • CA 2E WebOption / Web2E Customization

    1. 1. What’s New in the CA 2E Web Option <br />Customization / Demo<br />August 18, 2011<br />John Rhodes / Mark Schroeder<br />
    2. 2. What are we talking about<br />Customizing WebOption<br />Enhance the Value Prop of Web2E<br />Web from the model, using the proven 2E paradigm<br />Not having to modify generated code<br />And it can look great!<br />
    3. 3. CM First Group<br />Founded in 1998, offices in Switzerland, Italy, USA<br />IBM i / CAModernization Focus<br />Mobile/Web presentation<br />CA 2E, CA Plex, PHP, Java, JavaScript<br />Enterprise Web: HTML5/CSS3, Dojo, Sencha Touch<br />Expert Training / Mentoring Resources <br />
    4. 4. Speaker Bios<br />John Rhodes – Consultant, CM First Director<br />Experience with IBM i back to the days of S/36, S/38<br />Architect and Principal Consultant with Kraft, CA Technologies (Synon, Sterling)<br />Mark Schroder – Consultant<br />IBM i developer for 20 years<br />Health Care, Life Insurance, Food Industry<br />Experience with PHP, JavaScript, Java, Portals<br />
    5. 5. CA 2E Web OptionCustomization<br />
    6. 6. End User / Developer Expectations of 2E<br />Generate and build 1800 screens – Voila! <br />And by the way, no tweaking the generated code!<br />
    7. 7. Highly Productive, But<br />Appearance not cutting edge<br />Lacking some web niceties<br />= Fast and Utilitarian<br />Out of the box…<br />
    8. 8. CSS, Colors, Logos,<br />Headers, <br />Footers<br />Using skeletons (templates)<br />HTML Help access <br />CustomizedCombo<br />Widget<br />Sort SFLSEL and CMD to a menu<br />Sort CMD Keys to footer<br />applied at field-, file-, format- or entry-level<br />
    9. 9. Live DemoThe Technical Details<br />
    10. 10. Available Information<br />http://cmfirstgroup.com<br />Contact us<br />john.rhodes@cmfirstgroup.com<br />mark.schroeder@cmfirstgroup.com<br />

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