Interface objects are built in Web Builder.
Depending on the application that you want to use, Web Builder can build the appropriate project type: in a Java environment, choose Attachmate interfaces, ICA Task Files or ITask Task Beans, or build legacy Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 Web services.
Either way, once you've generated an interface object, the next steps are to build an application that calls the interface object to send and receive data from the host and to ensure that the runtime environment is configured properly.
|Capturing Host Data|
|Building a Resuable Interface Object|
|Configuring Your Run-time Environment|