• Subject: 2 webserver questions
  • From: "Joe Teff" <jteff19@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 21:11:43 -0500

1. I was visiting with someone today that is heavily into
    the M$ world. He asked me if the AS/400 supported
    the HTTPS server which would make secure
    encrypted connections between the AS/400 and a
    browser. These connections are handled by the
    HTTP server and browser without any effort on the
    server and regardless of the version/type of browser.
    I did some searching, but all of the sites I went into
    appeared to contain references to HTTP but not
    HTTPS. I am assuming this is different from SSL
    and VPN.

    Can anyone shed some light on this for me or give me
    some sources to investigate?

2. I remember reading an article about the new search
    engine that is part of the HTTP server in V4R4. We
    are installing V4R4 later this week. I found the IBM
    site about the search engine, but I cannot locate the
    original article. Also, does anyone have any experience
    with the new search engine? I would appreciate any
    insights (or warnings).

Joe Teff

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