From: <Jim.Nelson@RCIS-NET.COM>
> if we cannot get the system performing better we'll have
> to migrate the apps off the 400.  Am hoping this is not
> the case (last thing I need is another replication project)
> but the performance difference is that significant.

If you're only using the AS/400 as a database server, it sounds like you've
already moved the applications off.  If you want to get both good value and
good performance from your AS/400, it's best to deploy both application and
database logic on it.

Nathan M. Andelin
www.relational-data.com




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