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VBA to access AS400 - ConnList comes back as zero

VBA to access AS400 - ConnList comes back as zero

VBA to access AS400 - ConnList comes back as zero

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I am writing some VBA code to read values from an excel file, put those values into an AS400 window and then scrape some values off that AS400 window.  I am using VBA 6.0, and IBM Iseries Access for Windows (PCOMM) v5.7.

My code, so far, is as follows:

CODE

Public Sub TestRoutine()

Dim PS As AutPS
Dim IA As AutOIA
Dim SessionList As AutConnList

Set SessionList = CreateObject("pcomm.auteclconnlist")

NumberOfSessions = SessionList.Count

Set IA = CreateObject("PCOMM.autECLOIA")
Set PS = CreateObject("PCOMM.autECLPS")

IA.SetConnectionByName ("A")
PS.SetConnectionByName ("A")

PS.SendKeys "504878", 3, 11

Stop

End Sub

However, the SessionList count always comes back as zero so when the SetConnectionByName attempts to execute it generates a run-time error.

I have an active PCOMM session running and on the desired screen when I run this code.

Suggestions, anyone?

Thank you.

RE: VBA to access AS400 - ConnList comes back as zero

I found a source-code download available at http://www.itjungle.com/mpo/mpo061903-story02.html that might be helpful to you.

I haven't used this method myself, (moved from EHLLAPI to ODBC), but it looks like it might be an interesting experiment.

Good luck.

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