AcuToWeb relies on your program or application to be run with AcuConnect, and so when preparing your application, you must
bear that in mind.
Details on how to prepare your application are covered in the AcuConnect documentation; use the links at the bottom of the
topic for further details.
With AcuToWeb, your COBOL application interface displays in a browser. By default, the title of the tab in the browser
is 'AcuToWeb' .You can change this by using the ACUTOWEB_TAB_TITLE configuration variable; it can be set in a runtime configuration
file and then specified in the AcuConnect alias, or by using the SET phrase within your COBOL source.
If you are planning to deploy a character mode application that will include DBCS characters, then you should be aware of
the effect that AcuToWeb sizing has on text and layout elements when a screen is displayed. AcuToWeb uses cascading style
sheets to render the web pages when viewing the application within your browser.
When dealing with character screens and DBCS characters, AcuToWeb offers two ways to view the screen. The default way is that
the DBCS character text is presented properly, but screen elements for entry may not lay out like they do when running through
the runtime. Alternatively, if the layout of your screen elements is more important to your application than the text, then
you can use a theme provided: in the URL used to launch your program, add
, which ensures screen elements are laid out correctly.
Note: You can also select the
DBCS_fixed_table.css style sheet using the CUSTOMIZE_CSS option in the configuration file, which becomes available on the
Connection Setup dialog box after the service has been restarted.