Are you going to run the web serving publicly or privately behind a 
firewall ?

That can have a big impact on how to deploy the application.

If you're running publicly, you should be able to route some of the pages 
over the same domain name with a different IP port. 

Ex: iSeries could be on port: 80 and IIS on 8080 or some other port. 

Tell us more info about specifically what you want to do. 

Richard Schoen
RJS Software Systems Inc. 
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message: 9
date: Tue, 7 Nov 2006 10:43:38 -0500
from: "Bob Anderson" <banderson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: iSeries and Windows Web Pages

Good Morning,
                 Is it possible to have an iSeries Web Server and a 
Windows IIS
Web Server running at the same time in a domain so that some web content
comes from the iSeries and some comes from the Windows Server along with

                 I am real new to building web servers and haven't figured 
out yet.


Bob Anderson
IT Guy
Kent Sporting Goods
433 Park Ave. S
New London OH 44851
419-929-7021 x315
email: banderson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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