> From: dkeys@oreillyauto.com
> We have a set of applications on our corporate iSeries that is currently
> accessed via dial-up terminals.  We're kicking around the idea of
> web-facing those applications.  I've not had a chance to read all the
> documentation yet, so please forgive me if this question has already been
> answered.
> We have a completely separate iSeries running WebSphere.  Will we be able
> to webface the rpg application when the application server is on another
> box (one that is accessible from the internet)?
> Thanks ahead of time.
> Duane Keys

PSC/400 is designed for this sort of situation.  While the standard
configuration uses WebSphere on the same machine, you can also run the web
server on a second iSeries, or even on a non-iSeries platform.

PSC/400 has a 5250 emulation mode that looks almost exactly like your
dial-up interface, so there's no retraining.  The second mode allows as many
different customizations as you want, and the ability to select between them
by user ID or IP address or even browser.

Joe Pluta
Pluta Brothers Design, Inc.
Makers of PSC/400

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