In this mode, your COBOL program starts in a window separate from the browser, making it look the same as it would if it were launched locally. All the functions of your original program are available to users, including a main window menu bar.
Although your program cannot access the library routines used to communicate with the browser in this mode, users can still access functions like Forward, Back, and Search simply by activating the browser window. However, when the user selects a browser function, the runtime object terminates. This is because the runtime object executes as an object related to the HTML page, even when running in a separate window.