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Control Multiple Reflection Frames

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using System;

using System.Collections.Generic;

using System.Text;

using Attachmate.Reflection;

using Attachmate.Reflection.Emulation.IbmHosts;

using Attachmate.Reflection.Framework;

using Attachmate.Reflection.UserInterface;

using Attachmate.Reflection.Emulation.OpenSystems;

namespace StartReflection


  class Program


      static Guid instanceID;

      static void Main(string[] args)


      //Start Reflection

      instanceID = MyReflection.Start("WorkSpace1");

      //Connect to the running Reflection Workspace

      Attachmate.Reflection.Framework.Application reflectionApplication1 =


      //Create a New IBM Session

      IIbmTerminal terminal1 = (IIbmTerminal)reflectionApplication1.CreateControl(new


      //Create a View, making Reflection visible to user

      IView sessionView1;

      IFrame theFrame1 = (IFrame)reflectionApplication1.GetObject("Frame");

      sessionView1 = theFrame1.CreateView(terminal1);

      sessionView1.TitleText = "Your IBM session";

      //Start a second Workspace

      instanceID = MyReflection.Start("WorkSpace2");

      //Connect to the running Reflection Workspace

      Attachmate.Reflection.Framework.Application reflectionApplication2 =


      //Create a New Open Systems Session

      ITerminal terminal2 = (ITerminal)reflectionApplication2.CreateControl(new


      //Create a View, making Reflection visible to user

      IView sessionView2;

      IFrame theFrame2 = (IFrame)reflectionApplication2.GetObject("Frame");

      sessionView2 = theFrame2.CreateView(terminal2);

      sessionView2.TitleText = "your Open Systems Session";