GWT sounds like an interesting AJAX framework.

Might want to install Tomcat and learn a little simple JSP page
programming first and use the JT400 toolkit to learn about DB access to
the iSeries.

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message: 1
date: Wed, 22 Apr 2009 14:25:35 -0500
from: Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [WEB400] Tomcat server on V5 R4 machine

Here's what I am trying to do. I want to use GWT (Google Web Toolkit)
to develop applications. It seems to me to be well established, backed
by a winning team, and very flexible. It seems ideal for a programmer
who is learning Java. I want to use it with AS400 applications.and data
files. In my opinion it would be nice if I could download and apply a
Tomcat server to the AS/400 and have the application and the data all on
the same box.

I have legitimate access to a V5R4 machine that is on the Internet. It
looks to me like it is easy to do; at least, thats the way I read the
instructions. But I can't make it happen. Obviously I need more basic

Is my plan flawed? Fraught with danger? Idiotic? Are there simple yet
complete instructions that someone can point me to that I can handle?

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