• Subject: Re: Options for Notes access from different iSeries box?
  • From: "Scott Johnson" <sjohnson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2001 06:58:37 -0500


I don't think DECS is an option because the data change would be initiated
from the non-Domino iSeries to the Domino iSeries.  I looked at DECS early
on in this project, but I did not like the need to have the key stub in the
Domino db.  Plus it did not work quite the way I needed to access back-end
data.  I may look into its 'big brother', Enterprise Integrator.  What they
are offering in RNext with 'virtual' stuff looks real cool!  Too bad they
aren't doing the same for DECS.


Have you given DECS a thought, it comes bundled with Lotus Notes Domino.
With this product you can transfer data
from file to file on your iSeries box using a Notes Application.  It is a
fairly simple program to use and depending on
what type of database you are using, ex(DB2) I forget the other databases
it supports,  but I've used this program and
it can make life much easier.  It sounds like you would be using  ODBC, but
DECS is much faster.  When someone
makes a change in one application that effects the database, you will see
the information immediately when you
look at it from your notes application. AND if I am wrong about this,
someone please let me know, if I'm right (as I think I am)
give it a look.  PS you don't have to have Domino on both iSeries boxes.

Troy C. Dills
Julius Blum Inc.
704-827-1345 ext 269

spammers  not  welcome !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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