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.

http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/i/software/db2/webquery/

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
for free.
http://centerfieldtechnology.com/wq_main.asp

HTH, Elvis

Celebrating 11-Years of SQL Performance Excellence on IBM i5/OS and OS/400
www.centerfieldtechnology.com


-----Original Message-----
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.

-Walden


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