Celcorp has released their latest terminal emulation product:
Celview for Macintosh 3.0.
“The leading product in 5250/3270 terminal emulation for the Mac, Celview 3.0 is the first carbonized 5250/3270 emulator to run on OS X,” Stuart Sabatier of Celcorp said.
Celview 3.0 supports Mac OS 8.1 and later, including, as mentioned, Mac OS X. It handles tn5250e, and tn3270e, which are telnet protocols for communicating with AS/400, and mainframe computers either directly or through SNA gateways of IBM and Microsoft, It also performs file transfer via FTP, IND$FILE and PC Support protocols. In addition it can print from the AS/400 or Mainframe.
Printing capabilities include the ability to print data from any AS/400 or mainframe application over TCP/IP to a Mac. IP printing is functional with hosts supporting the 5250e and 3270e data streams.
Celview for Macintosh AS/400 Edition includes session device naming. With this feature, a user has the ability to request a specific session name or printer name from the tn5250 editor. Celview for Macintosh Mainframe Edition has LU association that enables users with a tn3270 connection to request and assign a specific device name (LU name or network name) to that connection.
“Now users are able to associate LUs to display and printer sessions. Celcorp was one of the first to provide LU Association capabilities for Macintosh emulators,” Sabatier said. “Celview has time saving features: which include macros, Applescripting, drag and drop key mapping, and customizable on-screen keypads.”
A fully functional demo is available from the product Web site. Celview costs US$295 — volume discounts are available.