www.xyz.com:5061/, the syntax would be like this:
Spaces are not allowed inside the query string, you must substitute a + for all embedding spaces.
NEWwhich instructs the Session Manager to always start a new session or Session Number which instructs the Session Manager to use a specific session.
?DEVICE=QPADEV0010in the query string.
USEAUTHENTICATION ALLOWSIGNONOVERRIDEfor Webulator/400 to recognize the
PGM, MENU or LIBquery string keywords.
There are no restrictions when using the
ALLOWSIGNONOVERRIDEfeature. When this feature is enabled, it allows you to override any of the initial signon values based on a HTML link. This may be useful if you wish to create a series of HTML links to some of your most popular applications but you don't want to create separate user profiles that have those applications as their initial program. In this case, you could use the query string keywords to override which application is called based on the HTML link regardless of the user profile that was used to signon. This flexibility does not come without additional security considerations. If you enable the
ALLOWSIGNONOVERRIDEfeature, any user that has access to that URL can also override the query string keywords to run any program that their user profile has access to. Please keep this in mind before enabling this feature.
There are no security considerations associated with the
string keyword. The inclusion of this keyword on the query string is the equivalent to the
user typing it in themselves. They are not able to get access to any additional AS/400 programs
or functions by using this feature. You may find this feature useful if you have a URL with a
signon method of
USER that brings up an AS/400 menu as its first screen.
In this case, you would be able to create a series of HTML links to the same URL but with
a different query string
FIELD1 value that would automatically select
the appropriate menu option for the user.
If you would like the user to automatically start the program called
MYLIB library, you would use the following URL:
If you would like the user to automatically take option 1 from the menu called
MYMENU in the
you would use the following URL:
You can also use the FIELD1 keyword to call an initial program that accepts dynamic
parameters. Please be aware that in order to do this, you must give the user access to
a command line which may not always be desirable for security reasons. Assume that
MYPGM accepts parameters. You could call this
program with the following URL: