The question is stright forward.
No it is not. . . . If one knows very little about the technology, it might seem straightforward, but sorry, it is not.
This is a mainframe forum, not a pc forum. If a "user" is going to see some info thrown by the system and/or enter some info into the system, it will typically be thru some type of 3270 terminal emulator, not some web page. Pretty much all of the web pages i use require the mouse, in additon to the keyboard, and the 3270 does not use the mouse. In addition to being mouse-driven, web pages have their own protocol for exchanging information (http) which is not used in mainframe to terminal exchanges.
So, instead of using some interface, can we directly call URL from the source code?
So, maybe you will be willing to define this. . . Maybe you could post some example of how this might work.