• Subject: Re: Servlet and WebSphere
  • From: "Roger Pence" <rp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Mar 1999 14:13:57 -0500

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

Bleddyn (or informed others)--

It seems to me like Java servlets is _the_ place where server-side Java will
get real with the AS/400 this year. From everything I've read, Java servlets
look like a great alternative to the traditional CGI programming methods
used to bring results to the Web (assuming IBM gets its documentation and
performance act together).

Am I nuts? Aren't Java servlets (assuming you have V4R3 or higher) a great
place to start looking for instant payback with Java on the AS/400?

Thanks for your thoughts...

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