Well, I run proofs of concept all the time on my workstation. I connect to the IBM i (both through SQL and through program calls) and then deploy to a project on my workstation. Then when I want to show to others, I go to a conference room and start a browser using a URL that points to my workstation.

The downside is that they can't just play with it at their leisure. But for quick and dirty demos it works quite well.

Joe,

Thanks for your answer.

I know I can test inside the RBD, nevertheless, I need to show my bosses
the job I'm doing has a practical connection to the IBM i.

I'm on license until next Monday. I'll try to update our system's Tomcat
then (we already have Java 1.5, though).

Thanks again, and have a Happy New Year!! All the best for you and yours.


Best Regards,

Luis Rodriguez
IBM Certified Systems Expert — eServer i5 iSeries


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