Good question.  I'm playing around with it now.  Of course, I don't have the
knowledge to compare it to the Unix version.  I'm kind of excited to start
really using it.....If I'm betting there will be somethings better and
somethings worse............

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> IMHO, Apache is a VASTLY better webserver than IIS.  And UNIX
> is a vastly
> better operating system than NT.
> None of this appears to have anything to do with the AS/400,
> however, so
> I'm wondering where this is going?

Will Apache on the AS400 be as strong as Apache on unix?

david

Title: RE: Webservers - IIS, etc.

> IMHO, Apache is a VASTLY better webserver than IIS.  And UNIX
> is a vastly
> better operating system than NT.
> None of this appears to have anything to do with the AS/400,
> however, so
> I'm wondering where this is going?

Will Apache on the AS400 be as strong as Apache on unix?

david


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