----- Original Message -----
From: <rob@dekko.com>
To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Sunday, December 16, 2001 4:17 AM
Subject: Re: Re:Where are all of the /400's going.

> I look at it this way, Brad has admitted to being rather new on
the 400.

No, I admit to being rather nontechnical on the AS/400. I've owned
400's since 1990 or so. (I've got somewhere between 4 and six of
them right now - b10s (I think we may have given one of those
away, a D model (30?) , a p02 'portable' , an S10, and E10.  I've
read enough about the pieces of 400 programming (CL and RPG, only
a little about COBOL) to have some reasonable idea of what goes
where, and how it relates to the other 8 or ten platforms I have
programmed on. I've been doing CGI and ASP web server programming
, for quite some time.

> Coming from the NT server farm issue - you break up tasks by

I've never used an NT server farm, we've never had more than 150
simultaneous ASP users so we have never needed one (we do our ASP
as compiled dlls, not wb script.)

> I do not mean this as a flame.  I am sorry if it comes off this
way.  This
> is my 17th straight hour on the job.

I never consider anything anyone writes to me as a flame. There is
no point taking things that way.

A computer OS is a place to run applications/ Where are the
applications that you want to run? IBM has realized this and made
OS/400 Java-enabled.

Brad Jensen

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