Bruce,

You can use Net.Data to create includes as well as regular HTML pages.  So
you can keep most of the page as static HTML and reference a Net.Data
generated page in an include statement.  I can't speak to performance as I
haven't tried it in production.

With some judicious use of cache controls, it might perform pretty well.

Mike E.



                                                                                
                                  
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Thanks the Main page will not be a static page. News information and links
will change on a reg. basis.  I have already down loaded all manuals and
have been reading my a%% off on them.  If you all have any tips on
performance on the server or using net.data that would be great. I see most
applications on our box as being dynamic at this time.




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Bruce,

I'd begin by downloading the Net.Data manuals in PDF format from the
iSeries
Library.  There's a tutorial and reference guide available.

I'd caution about using Net.Data for static pages, however.  The little bit
of extra control you get may not be worth the degraded performance.

Nathan M. Andelin
www.relational-data.com


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> I am setting up our first web site on our AS400 and was wondering how do
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> like all the pages on the site to be dynamic. I am using the apache web
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