I do not see any reason why it would not work on AIX.

As for the "zero interactive" my understanding has always been that you 
can still connect a single green screen session, although perhaps only at 
the console?  It is only if you attempt to run a second session that you 
run into problems.  So you can still do green screen admin functions.


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        Subject:        [WEB400] Webfacing: Deploying to Websphere on 
pSeries AIX

We want to deploy our webfaced JSPs onto an AIX machine where websphere is
Anyone done this? Any problems.

I deploy to Websphere on my NT laptop  testing so I presume it will work

We won't be running Websphere on the iSeries - just the webfacing module.

btw I'd like to save our company a bunch of money by going zero 
CPW (scary I know).
As far as I can tell there is no way to access the system screens except
through Ops Navigator.
Anyone done this. It seems somewhat risky to give up a direct connection 
the box.

Any help will be appreciated.

Colm Byrne
iSeries Developer

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