Hans hasn't chimed in yet so I'll do it for him. :)

There's also http://powerext.com/ that is based on CGIDEV2 but he has added
a several useful procedures. I am currently using PowerEXT core for a
project and have been pretty impressed.


web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 08/11/2010 04:19:27 PM:

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Re: [WEB400] Setup HTTP Server Config File (formerly WEB400 Digest,
Vol 8, Issue 281)

Paul Tuohy

to:

Web Enabling the AS400/iSeries

08/11/2010 04:31 PM

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I did a set of quick tutorials on configuring an Apache server for use
with RPG (CGIDEV2) - you will find them at
http://www.systemideveloper.com/quicktutorials.html

Regards

Paul Tuohy
ComCon
www.comconadvisor.com
www.systemideveloper.com





DLee@xxxxxxxx wrote:
Sorry about not correcting the subject line.


Aaron, thanks for the suggestion, I'll go check it out.,


<Check out RPGUI which is open source/free and during the install it
sets
up
<a basic Apache server for doing RPG+CGI programming. The program with

the
<code you will be looking for will be in RPGUI/QRPGLESRC,CRTAPACHE once

you
<have restored the *SAVF - or you can just run the install and it will
create
<the Apache instance for you.


hi;

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.

Regards,



SWBC
9311 San Pedro Ave., Suite 600
San Antonio, TX 78216

Visit our website at www.swbc.com


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