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Gil,

You should give IceBreak a try. As far as I know IceBreak is the only 100%
native OS400 Web Application Sever on the marked. When using it you will
always have full control over your own os400 jobs and you can even use
legacy code like RPG, COBOL, CLP or SQLRPGLE ? it is up to you.

More info: http://icebreak.org


Regards,

Bent


-----Original Message-----
From: web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Gilbert Noetzel
Sent: 1. december 2006 22:13
To: Web Enabling the AS400 / iSeries
Subject: Re: [WEB400] iSeries Access for Web

Matt -

Although we all can download the latest and the best of Apache from 
their own corporate site, but does the OS/400 Setup/Configuration using 
the Apache Server will work with the newer version or not?

I sense some people like those Step by Step setup/installation of the 
Apache Server on the OS/400.

Can it be done or not?


Gil





Matt.Haas@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

They did that to appease the masses after they dropped the free version
of WebSphere (this isn't an issue any more). You still need a bigger box
to run WebSphere with good performance but version 6 should help when
using the 32 bit JVM which has a much smaller memory foot print. 

Also, there's no reason why you need IBM to provide you with an old (it
was old when IBM delivered it), insecure version of Tomcat that has had
functionality removed from it. You can download and install a newer and
un-crippled version from apache.org (make sure you get the connector as
well, the newer connector performs better and is required with Tomcat 5
and newer).

Matt

-----Original Message-----
From: web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Shannon O'Donnell
Sent: Friday, December 01, 2006 3:44 PM
To: Web Enabling the AS400 / iSeries
Subject: Re: [WEB400] iSeries Access for Web

This is true?  IBM is dropping support for Tomcat on iSeries?  Didn't
they JUST! Give us support for this in V5R1?

-----Original Message-----
From: web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Mark Allen
Sent: Friday, December 01, 2006 1:51 PM
To: Web Enabling the AS400 / iSeries
Subject: Re: [WEB400] iSeries Access for Web

yeah I saw that while doing upgrade, jsut trying to "buy" some time as
they
seem "h### bent" on picking a "replacement" ASAP followed by at least an
18-24 month conversion and thats IF we stick with the same SW vendor and
use
their "new and improved" .NET version running of course on MS and
covnert
from the "native" RPG app........

On 12/1/06, R Bruce Hoffman <bruce.hoffman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
 

well, don't get too attached, according to the MTU... V5R4 is the last
release supporting tomcat. You would have to download, install and run
the Apache version or use WebSphere.


On Fri, 2006-12-01 at 12:29 -0500, Mark Allen wrote:
   

I REALLY REALLY REALLY wish there was 1 place on how to get this up
     

and
 

running, been all over InfoCenter.......

On 12/1/06, Mark Allen <scprideandms@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
     

Yep, I got past it by changing back to default (for now) and
       

nuttin
 

blown
   

up yet, the ASF tomcat server is running but I "missed" or am
       

"missing"
   

something because the URL's I am seeing in doc's to config/start
       

sessions
   

are not working....I'll keep looking.......

On 12/1/06, Wayne McAlpine <wayne.mcalpine@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
       

wrote:
 

Sounds like someone got lazy and used a sledgehammer to solve an
authority problem.  The default for QTMHHTTP is SPCAUT(*NONE)
         

and
 

the
   

same for QTMHHTP1 if you're using CGI programs.

Mark Allen wrote:
         

Playing with this a little to see if it might help stave off
           

"lets
 

switch to
a Windows platform and get off these OLD green screens" and I
           

have
 

it
   

to
         

the
point (I think) where I am actually starting

STRTCPSVR SERVER(*ASFTOMCAT) TOMCATSVR(*all)

I get the following which "scares" the crap outta me....  am I
           

missing
   

something or has someone changed the QTMHHTTP user profile (it
           

has
 

a
   

user
         

class of *user but special authority=*ALLOBJ) which looks like
           

the
 

ASFTOMCAT
doesn't like? I am leery of changing it as the HTTPSVR
           

currently
 

running
         

uses this profile as far as I can tell?


Message ID . . . . . . :
HTP8719
Date sent  . . . . . . :   12/01/06      Time sent  . . . . .
           

. :
 

09:31:35


Message . . . . :   ASF Tomcat server IWATOMCAT did not start
           

because
   

of
         

an
authority error. Reason
1.


Cause . . . . . :   ASF Tomcat server IWATOMCAT failed to
           

start
 

because
         

of
reason 1.  See the reasons below for a description of the
error.
  0 - Current user is not authorized to user profile QTMHHTTP
           

in
 

the
configuration. The signed on user must have *USE authority to
           

the
 

user

profile.
  1 - User profile QTMHHTTP has special authority *ALLOBJ or
           

is a
 

member
         

of
a group profile with this authority. This authority is not
allowed.
           

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