Did you find stuff that was there that wasn't in iSeries Access for 

Rob Berendt
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safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." 
Benjamin Franklin 

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Re: Access for Web up and running!

Alright - now you get to wait minutes for what takes seconds in PC5250!

Actually, I see some nice things in Access for Web, esp. some of the PDF 
output stuff. I had to learn about Infoprint Server, which I should 
probably have done so, anyway.

Getting SQL output to PDF is nice - it even has alternating shaded bars, 
like green-bar - gotta love it! Other options exist. The SQL wizard is not 

ready for prime time, IMO - I entered part of a statement in the text 
control, then went to the wizard, and it did not use what I'd already 

There seem to be some nice (eventually) possibilities for inter-user 
communication, with the personal folders.

Of course, being at the low end of power, it is very sluggish, so I'll 
probably use other means for awhile. But it's pretty neat. And 
personalization is quite extensive.


At 03:35 PM 9/24/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>Ha!  I figured out my problem and now have iSeries Access for Web up and 
>I used port 2016 for Apache and 2018 for Tomcat.  In the "out-of-process" 

>servlet engine connection for Apache I put port 2016 instead of 2018.
>Jeff Crosby
>Dilgard Frozen Foods, Inc.
>P.O. Box 13369
>Ft. Wayne, IN 46868-3369

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