Paul,

Mike's questions are right on - volume and network traffic play a huge role
in how you handle anything.  We have our web site on an NT platform and I
use LSX to access our AS400 database real time (including AS400 program
calls).  So far, no complaints about speed, but we don't have a high volume
of requests either (200 - 400 a day).

If you need real time data, running a Domino agent (no matter how frequent)
to keep databases in sync won't work.  Sooner or later someone will miss a
piece of information due to a timing problem.

Sandy
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From: <MEovino@estes-express.com>
To: <domino400@midrange.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2002 9:14 PM
Subject: Re: Need advice


>
> Paul,
>
> How important is data integrity vs. performance?  How high will the volume
> of transactions be?  Is all the data in NSF files, or is some of it in
> DB2/400 files?  If it's in DB2 files, how are you going to get it with
> Domino?
>
> Mike E.
>
>
>
>
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>                     "Paul Nelson"
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> I've got a client who is in the process of developing a purchasing
> application in Domino. The discussion they are now having relates to
> performance.
>
> Their RPG programmer thinks that they will get acceptable performance by
> doing lookups of vendors, G/L account numbers, etc., by passing these
> parameters to the accounting system machine and getting responses back.
>
> The Domino programmer is saying that they need to have "duplicate"
> databases on the accounting system machine and the Domino machine, and
then
> just keep them in synch.
>
> When these master files are updated on the accounting system machine, a
> program can be written to push this data into work files that can then be
> retrieved by the Domino machine using an agent that runs on a frequent
> basis.
>
> I'd be interested to hear about similar experiences both ways.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Paul Nelson
> Braxton-Reed, Inc.
> 630-327-8665 Cell
> 708-923-7354 Home
> pnelson@braxton-reed.com
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