A couple of points:

First, I have a lot to learn about how all this can/should work, so I have to keep it simple.

Second, my thought for the moment is that by staying on the Intranet and using normal iSeries security, the data should be as secure in one place as the other. Additionally, in my experience, when users see their data in graphical presentations they understand it better. That often leads to new consequences - sometimes bad but on balance more often good. Therefore the game is worth the candle. imho.

On 11/11/2016 7:26 AM, Kevin Turner wrote:
I know you wouldn't dream of it - but that is what Booth is doing (apparently).

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first of all - I couldn't dream of serving data from static xml-files for data but I do use static XSLT files that may be shared in pages. ...

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