Oliver:
You don't need Websphere to serve up the Mochasoft java TN5250 emulator.
It runs fin if served from the plain old HTTP server.  Try this link to
see:
http://timeshare.ediconsulting.com/www/tn52502.html
cjg

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Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2002 3:54 AM
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Subject: Apache webserver on AS/400


Hello,

on a demonstration workshop, I've just seen the setup of Apache
webserver and integration of a Java 5250 applet (from Mochasoft).

It looks easy and straightforward and could be very useful for our
intranet users in other countries. We have no outside access to our
intranet, so I don't fear much about security.

But what are the other implications of running Apache? Performance,
bugs? We run V4R5 and have no test machine.

What are your experiences?

Thanks,

Oliver
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