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WebClient Applications


WebClient™ lets you, the application deployer, take a Web-enabled OpenEdge application, deploy and configure its back-end components as desired, package its front-end components, and host these packages on a server. Similarly, you can package updates to the application front end and place them on a server as well. The end user, typically using a Web browser, can request to run the application. In response, WebClient downloads the initial front-end package, installs and runs the application, downloads update packages, and installs the updates—all with a high degree of transparency.
* Differences between WebClient and the standard ABL client
* Common WebClient scenarios
* WebClient files and software
* Personnel involved in WebClient deployments
* WebClient installation types
* Requirements for using WebClient
* WebClient architecture
* Running the application
* Application requirements
* WebClient platforms