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There is a number of ways to implement this.1 person found this helpful
From what you are describing it looks like you would need to create a Java application and embed AutoVue in it.
Then you could use AutoVue API to implement the functions you are mentioning.
But before doing that you need to consider all options.
For example can you use AutoVue Desktop Deployment out of the box and just customize GUI to include only the functions you need.
You could also add some custom actions that don't come out of the box with AutoVue.
If you could describe exactly what your application should do from user's point of view we could give you more precise recommendations.
Thank you for the information. I don't think using a Java application and embedding AutoVue into it will work for us though. We have a rather complex MicroFocus COBOL windows application, and that's the main window that the users interface with. AutoVue functions are actually controlled from within the COBOL application. AutoVue is not embedded in our COBOL application (nor could it be). We currently launch AutoVue Desktop Version as a separate application and just send it commands via C++ API's. I need to accomplish the same thing in Java using the new version of AutoVue. I hope this additional information clears some things up, and I appreciate your help and feedback.