• Subject: RE: Web Development Question
  • From: "Dave George" <editor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001 07:53:29 +0100
  • Importance: Normal

Rusty,

I run various CGI methods on a 150 and have toyed around with
4 differing methods of CGI building.

1. Building CGI Dynamically
2. Parsing Pages from the IFS
3. Parsing Pages from source members
4. Using a third party product to build the CGI code.

All work with encouraging results albeit over an internal
network only. Each method as its own place and features,
but for a very rough guide take a look at:

http://www.400times.com/Documents/what_cgi.htm


HTH

DG
-----Original Message-----
From: owner-web400@midrange.com [mailto:owner-web400@midrange.com]On
Behalf Of Rusty Luse
Sent: 13 June 2001 19:55
To: WEB400@midrange.com
Subject: Web Development Question


All,

I have developed a couple of RPG CGI applications that enable salesmen to
enter quotes and orders over the internet.  The salesmen love the ability to
use the internet but the response time is very slow even for those using
high speed connections.  The application is running off a 9401-150 machine
with no other applications.  The operating system is V4R5.

Does anyone know of any changes to the system and/or HTTP server I could
make that might help the speed?  Or, is this just a situation where the 150
machine just doesn't have the processing speed to effectively run web
applications?  IBM has told me that I need to upgrade to one of their
iSeries machines. Surprise. Surprise.

I would also like to get some feedback on what techniques, software, etc.
others are using to develop dynamic web applications for the AS400.

TIA,
Rusty

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