>> Heck, if you're willing to redevelop your systems or you're starting from scratch, then Lansa or Synon may even be a good bet. I'm not sure why you think web enablement through LANSA would require people to redevelop their systems -- the LANSA tools can be used quite well to supplement development, with the core business applications left in RPG. LANSA allows you to store pointers to RPG business rules in their repository, effectively linking the two bases of code and reducing maintainance costs. >From what I've seen, there are probably more AS/400 iSeries customers who have successfully done web enablement using LANSA than with any of the other technologies that have been mentioned. I just checked the LANSA web site -- there are 65 web-based customer case studies listed at http://www.lansa.com/casestudies/ebusiness.htm Janet Krueger Andrews Consulting Group
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