I did open a PMR but I got it working before they called back by trying
different things. The problem was with what userids were authorized to
the db2www *PGm object. Under the original server QTMHHTP1 was the only
userid that needed authorized. Under Apache both QTMHHTP1 and QTMHHTTP
need authorized. The Original HTTP server switchces IDs before checking
for file existence. The Apache server checks first then switches IDs. If
the file can't be accessed by QTMHHTTP you get a not authorized error.

>>> rob@xxxxxxxxx 01/17/05 12:17 PM >>>

Open a pmr on it with IBM.  Perhaps if IBM spends enough money manually

fixing everyone's migrated config, they'll fix the wizard.  I sent them
my 
data and they fixed it up fine for me and I pasted that back in. 
Worked 
great. Granted most of you have enough pride to not release something
this 
bad in your code.  However if your users had you doing UPDDTA all the
time 
to fix your mistakes you might be more inclined to put out something 
better in the first place.  Those that even that wouldn't inspire, need
to 
get out of programming.

But learning how to do it on your own, as the other suggested, isn't a
bad 
idea.

Rob Berendt
-- 
Group Dekko Services, LLC
Dept 01.073
PO Box 2000
Dock 108
6928N 400E
Kendallville, IN 46755
http://www.dekko.com





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Does anyone have a barebones Apache config that does nothing but run
net.data macros they would be willing to share ?  We have an original
server doing this now and when we run the migration tool the Apache
server gives us authorization errors on all of our macros. The
net.data
macros do some direct SQL but others do calls to CL and RPG programs.

Thanks
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