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Webpshere Development Studio Client Won't Work On Windows 7?

Webpshere Development Studio Client Won't Work On Windows 7?

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We ahave used Websphere Development Studio Client For iseries V7 on XP laptops for a year or so to write RPG programs.

One of our developers has now upgraded to a Windows 7 laptop.
He has installed the software we use on XP but it just will not allow him to create a connection to our Iseries even thoughw e follow exactly the same steps as the create connection on the XP machines.

Anybody know why this is and how to correct it?
Anybody know if there is a more up to date windows editor we should be using?
 

Dazed and confused.

Remember.. 'Depression is just anger without enthusiasum'.
 

RE: Webpshere Development Studio Client Won't Work On Windows 7?

(OP)
Thanks we will give it a go and report back.

Dazed and confused.

Remember.. 'Depression is just anger without enthusiasum'.
 

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