• Subject: Re: Server Instances & Configuration Directives
  • From: "oludare" <oludare@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2001 09:07:34 -0500

Brad,
 
I have your book and PURCHASES IT too
 
I have done some reading and I don't think I'm that bright to get this stuff on the first round.  I'm one of those guys that learn by discussion rather than reading. 
Thanks anyway, I found the EASY400 website and everything I need is there.
 
Dare
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2001 8:12 AM
Subject: RE: Server Instances & Configuration Directives

That's a lot to ask.  These are covered (and fairly well I may add) in the IBM Manuals online.  (Webmaster's Guide.)  I also cover them in my book, but that's not free.  :)
 
The ones I would worry about first,
 
Map - maps incoming requests to another location
Exec - maps incoming requests and treats as a CGI call   
Pass - allows access to a particular area on the system (IFS or library)
 
Brad
-----Original Message-----
From: Oludare [mailto:oludare@ix.netcom.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2001 5:47 PM
To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Subject: Re: Server Instances & Configuration Directives

Hello guys,
 
I was at Commons in Baltimore last year.  I got my first hands on in Java, CBI, Web Mastering and using AS/400 as a WEB Server.
I have been trying to configure my AS/400 as a web server. I am also trying to understand the configuration of SERVER INSTANCES and CONFIGURATION DIRECTIVES using the AS/400 green screen or using Internet Explorer with ADMIN server started.
I have had some success but I still have a long way to go.
 
 
Could someone explain, in details, the usage of the  following as it relates to IFS and AS/400 libraries:
 
1.    CONFIGURATION DIRECTIVES
            MAP
            PASS
            EXEC
            FAIL
            REDIRECT
            NAMETRANS
            SERVICE
            TEMPLATE
            ALWAYS WELCOME
            WELCOME
            DIRACCESS
 
2.    SERVER INSTANCES CONFIGURATION USING INTERNET EXPLORER

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