• Subject: RE: Servlet and WebSphere
  • From: "Bleddyn Williams" <bleddyn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Mar 1999 18:25:37 -0000
  • Importance: Normal

Hi Ken we have been playing with servlets since it first came out on the 400
at IGNITe/400 and a few thoughts.

1/ Don't expect a lot of help in the current documentation to get things
going.

2/ IBM are working on point 1 :)

3/ At the moment personally I feel that Websphere is the future on the
AS/400 but not the now. When it works its really good we managed to take a
servlet written for NT/UNIX platforms and get it to run on the 400. Its a
search engine driven through servlets. We had a few issues in that the 400
is more stringent in the code it will run but its proof of the power
servlets bring in portable code. The site is http://search.ignite400.org. It
does have problems though and one of the difficult parts in Websphere is
trying to find things that break and work out why.

4/ Its a good concept and IBM Software group need to learn how to push the
product have a look in the forum at IGNITe for some of the conversations we
have been having with IBM with regard to this.

5/ Luther has a lot more knowledge and the servlet front and can give a lot
more hands on advice.

Thanks
Bleddyn

http://www.ignite400.org/ your AS/400 Internet/Intranet questions answered.





-----Original Message-----
From: owner-java400-l@midrange.com
[mailto:owner-java400-l@midrange.com]On Behalf Of Ken Yamasaki
Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 1999 05:05
To: JAVA400-L@midrange.com
Subject: Servlet and WebSphere


Hello All,

I want to know how many Website runs Java Servlet.And I want to
know how many Website runs WebSphere on AS/400. Does anyone have
the data of it?

And more,
does anyone know the good example of WebSphere solution on AS/400
in the Internet? I want to introduce it to customers as WebSphere
solution demo.

Thanks,
---
Ken Yamasaki

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