• Subject: Re: Help Setting up AS400 as Web server
  • From: "Chanh Le" <Chanh_Le@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Sep 1999 09:44:08 -0700

Need help.


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Chanh Le
09/22/99 08:31 AM

To:   JAVA400-L@midrange.com@ INTERNET
cc:   heibercobb@berbee.com@ INTERNET
Subject:  Re: Help Setting up AS400 as Web server  (Document link not

I can connect to //server:2001, but I can not connect to //server:9090.  Do
you know how to start up the server at port 9090?  I would like to know
where is the administration documentation for WebSphere which shows us how
to start //server:9090.

I think that all the code between <% .....%> are executed on server.  Is
there any case in which these codes run in browsers?

In the service directives on AS/400, the module
"/QZHJSVLT.SRVPGM:AdapterService" is specified to handle all JSP files and
servlets.  I would like to monitor the job which executes this module in
order to find out if the application server running properly.  If you know
the job name, could you give me the job name.


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