November 4, 2011 Shannon O'Donnell
NOTE: The code accompanying this article is available for download here.
In my previous articles in this series, I showed you how to use Flash Builder to create a customer information GUI. You learned how to add visual components such as input text boxes, drop down lists, and even a tab navigator control. In this article, I will show you how to make your GUI into a server client that talks to Websphere Application Server Express running on your iSeries, and I will show you how to exchange data with the iSeries DB2/400 database.
I will also demonstrate how