John, Could you first clarify (technically) what you exactly mean by portal ? Obviously it is not a portal website like 'Yahoo' ? Or do you mean it's a VPN ? Kind regards, Paul ------------------------ firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: ------------------------ >Thanks, Paul. We don't need it to build the portal. That's being done by >contractors. We do, however, want to be able to use WDSc remotely from home >to build apps when we are in the portal. The portal eventually will be the >only way we can access all of our systems remotely. > >Our UNIX manager thought WDSc would work in the portal if it is >"Web-enabled". I couldn't find any info in the IBM Redbook that is published >on WDSc, SG24-6600-00,WebSphere Development Studio Client for iSeries: >Bringing New Life into 5250 Applications. > >So...any further help is appreciated. > >Thanks > >John > >-----Original Message----- >From: Paul Nicolay [mailto:email@example.com] >Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2002 8:10 AM >To: firstname.lastname@example.org >Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] (no subject) > > >Hi, > >WDSc is actually based on Eclipse which is an open source cross platform >solution. It is WDSc that adds specific plugins for iSeries, however it >doesn't limit you to other platforms. > >BTW... WDSc will not run "in" your portal... but you can use it to build the >portal. > >Kind regards, >Paul
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