There's a redbook "Getting started with DB2 Web Query for System i". That
seems like a good fit based on your question.
Sounds like you've already seen the online demos, but there is a
registration option on IBM website for an "interactive" demo. Not sure what
that really means, but I know the IBMers that travel around world doing Web
Query demos and can tell you that they do a very good job.
If you click on "Getting Started" tab at that link you'll see an
informational APAR link. This outlines what you need to get it installed.
There is also a PDF with installation steps.
You know I work for Centerfield. We're offering an Install/Configure/Verify
(ICV) service for a small fee. There is also a PREREQ tool you can download
Celebrating 11-Years of SQL Performance Excellence on IBM i5/OS and OS/400
Subject: DB2 Web Query Detailed Overview?
Where can we find a detailed overview on web query? IOW, not the 30K
foot glossy "it's great" presentation, but something that shows where it
fits, how to install/access/use it at a high level.