• Subject: Re: Best tool for Reports and Queries on the Web
  • From: joberhol@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 21 Jul 1999 11:48:42 -0500

Dan,

Check out Information Builders products.  They have query and report stuff
built for most of the big packages.  Also their web tools are very good.
You can find them at:   www.ibi.com
Another tool to look into is from Kalos.  They have a query product that
"webizes" reports.  You can find them at :

http://www.kalos.com/Web/WebSite.nsf/Homepage?OpenFrameset


*DISCLAIMER*

I neither work for nor represent any of these products.  I was at one time
an Information Builders employee.

Jim Oberholtzer






Dan Thomas <DThomas@lpw-mdi.com> on 07/21/99 11:04:49 AM

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Any ideas on good tools for offering customers access to data (JBA) on our
AS/400?   Primarily, these would be reports we have developed that various
customers would run with the option of specifying some run-time parameters.
We would prefer that the user requirements be nothing other than a standard
browser, although some downloadable client software would be considered.
For a variety of reasons, we'll be using Microsoft IIS running on
Windows/NT
for our webserver.  We'll be getting into E-Commerce transactions later and
we're learning towards IBM Net.Commerce (on a separate Windows/NT) server
for that.  We're open to some functions being performed on the AS/400 where
it makes sense.  The ideal solution would offer dynamic queries that
allowed
user drill-downs to data and offered high quaility printed reports and also
the ability to download data into popular PC formats.  Eventually, we'll be
wanting to give customers access to some data on our MS SQLserver C/S
applications also, so a tool with support for both platforms would be a
plus.  Thanks for any input.
Dan Thomas
Sr. VP Information Systems
Medical Distribution, Inc.
4500 Progress Blvd
Louisville, KY  40218-5058
Phone (502) 454-9013 ext 120
email  DThomas@lpw-mdi.com
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