• Subject: Re: Database connectivity - web based
  • From: "Richard Shaler" <shaler@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 12 May 2000 08:41:54 -0700

Shane,

You can use DECS to publish AS/400 data to the Web via the Domino HTTP
server. Any data change made to the back-end DB2/400 database will be
reflected on the Web immediately (of course, if your Web page is displaying
the record just changed, you will need to use your browser refresh button).
Just be sure when you create your connection activity in DECS that you
disable caching.

Significant performance enhancements were made to Domino server in V4R3 and
even more so in V4R4. Also, have you installed the latest QMUs. For example,
QMU 5.0.1.02 includes performance enhancements. Goto URL:
http://www.as400.ibm.com/domino/iocp.htm

--Richard
----- Original Message -----
From: "Shane D. Rowe" <srowe@hici.net>
To: <DOMINO400@midrange.com>
Sent: Friday, May 12, 2000 6:52 AM
Subject: Database connectivity - web based


> This question is similar to one posted earlier about DECS.  I have similar
> needs in being able to connect to an AS/400 database.  But the interface I
> will be using is web-based using Domino's HTTP server.  I've created some
> sample pages, but am now stuck as to how to get to my backend databases to
> pull information.  One person mentioned using lotus script.  It is my
> understanding that lotus script does not work on the web side.  Therefore,
> how do I connect to my backend database so web browsers can see my data?
>
> Also, are any of you using the Domino HTTP server as your primary web
> server?  If so, how did you speed up its serving abilities?  When I hit my
> server from a web browser, it connects and then waits several seconds
before
> the page is ever served.  Can I speed up this process?
>
> Any suggestions or ideas would be greatly appreciated as I am new to
Domino.
>
> Have a great day,
> Shane D. Rowe
>
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