I assume you want to provide data-driven content. You can leverage RPG
programs in many ways. If you are looking for a quick path to get up and
running you have a few options - CGIDEV2 or Net.Data. I've not used
CGIDEV2 but Net.Data should serve your needs in the short term. The setup
is fairly straightforward and you can get support here:

The drawback is that Net.Data is not being enhanced so it is a temporary
solution to fill your web needs. You can then look at Java or PHP for a
longer term solution.

Todd Allen
Electronic Data Processing Services

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2010-08-11 11:50 Subject
Re: [WEB400] WEB400 Digest, Vol 8,
Issue 278
Please respond to
Web Enabling the
AS400 / iSeries


I work on a iseries system, as a rpg programmer. I have been asked by my
manager to find out what information our department should provide to Ops
Admin to set us up on the HTTP Server so we can serve web pages from the
iseries using rpg.

I have written rpg programs that serve web pages before at other
companies, and actually setup a configuration, but that was sometime ago,
and have forgotten alot. I won't be doing the setup, only need to provide
the information so admin can do their work proprly.

I know we probably need to provide the path where we will store html and
graphics on the ifs, and where to find the iseries *pgms but after that,
what else?

I was hoping someone here could provide more input.

Appreciate any help you can provlide.



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