In this release we have made it possible to ask the user for input in macros and to map more physical buttons and external keyboard buttons (Ctrl, Alt and Shift) to Glink keys and functions. We have also added support for Unitech mobile computers via Data intents, and added an alternate arrow key mode to the 5250 emulation. There are also other minor corrections and improvements in this version.
The upgrade is free for customers who purchased earlier versions of the Glink for Android products with support.
What is new in version 2.3.8
Recorded macros can include query for user input
More special keys on physical keyboards can be mapped (Ctrl, Alt, Shift)
Unitech barcode scanner devices supported with Data Intent interface
Status line is no longer transparent
5250: Alternate arrow key mode (only move within input area)
5250: Fixed emulation issues
Minor corrections and improvements
Glink for Android is available on the Google Play Store and in G&R's webshop as four different apps:
Glink is a full version that includes all emulations and communication protocols. Glink is used to access applications running on Bull, IBM, DEC, UNIX and Linux host systems. Glink has emulations for the IBM 3270 and 5250 terminals, Bull Questar DKU7107 and DKU7211 terminals, Bull VIP7800, VIP7760 and VIP7700 terminals, and DEC VT320 and VT102 terminals. ANSI 3.64 is supported for general communications work.
Glink 3270 is used to access applications running on IBM host systems. Glink 3270 emulates all IBM 3270 terminals and uses the TN3270 protocol for communication with the host systems.
Glink 5250 is used to access applications running on IBM iSeries systems. Glink 5250 emulates all IBM 5250 terminals and uses the TN5250 protocol for communication with the host systems. TN5250 Enhanced Display Auto Sign-On supported.
Glink VT is used to access applications running on UNIX, Linux and DEC host systems. Glink VT emulates DECVT100/220/320/420 terminals and uses the Telnet protocol for communication with the host systems.