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The release is primarily a maintenance release that corrects errors detected in the 8.0.2 release. The release does have some minor functional improvements, mainly related to IBM 3270/5250 emulation modes
This release of Glink Enterprise Edition corresponds to R8.0 of Glink Professional Edition, including all the significant new functionality and features that are described in the release announcement for the Professional Edition.
This is a significant release of Glink. It introduces a completely new, modernized, efficient, XP-style user interface, 64-bit platform support for Windows 2003 and XP and choice of SSH/SSL for all TCP/IP Comms, including Glink FTP.
This release introduces support for the 64 bit Intel Itanium processor family with operating systems Windows 2003 server, Linux and HP-UX 11i, Ggate support for TNVIP local dialog, Gweb screen identification and capture on the fly and further performance increases and improvements in stability.
Glink R7.2.3 introduces official support for the G&R GlinkVisual product. The run-time support is included in the release, and the GlinkVisual Forms Assistant is available as a separately priced product for customers who would like to use Visual Basic to develop workstation or server-side applications that access mainframe applications using Glink.
This release contains a completely new edition, Glink Enterprise Edition which is licensed by number of simultaneous sessions and allows use of Glink from the web. A Glink license server must be set up to issue session licenses.