Take a look at http://www.easy400.net/ the home for CGIDEV2. Or if you
are interested in providing a more robust user interface that uses the
Apache server, www.cnxcorp.com has a portal that is free
(http://www.cnxforum.com/showthread.php?t=128) and a small license fee
to develop web pages with their tools. This is a product we are
considering since it uses the base Apache, can server up existing pages
and allows creation of more application like web experience using the
EXT JS (now Sencha) web interface tooling.

Both will install an Apache server that you can get ideas of how to
create your own if you are not interested in either, however I recommend
at minimum going with the CGIDEV2. Also, here is the official Apache
server conf docs, http://httpd.apache.org/docs/.

Thanks, Matt
-----Original Message-----
From: web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of DLee@xxxxxxxx
Sent: Wednesday, August 11, 2010 9:51 AM
To: web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [WEB400] WEB400 Digest, Vol 8, Issue 278


I work on a iseries system, as a rpg programmer. I have been asked by
manager to find out what information our department should provide to
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
and have forgotten alot. I won't be doing the setup, only need to
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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