I believe you. This was my original assumption. The web page has a table. The table is filled in with data from a .json file. (see ventures.martinvt.com for the same site on a non-iSeries machine.

I need to stop on this for a while. I am getting inconsistent and unpredictable behavior which of course means its me, not the machine.

I do appreciate the help and insight though. It does make a difference. Thank you.



On 12/12/2016 10:33 AM, Kevin Turner wrote:
In order for an HTTP server to be able to deliver a page to the browser it simply needs *R authority. *X is relevant to execution, but your page pages are not executable objects. If for some reason the HTTP server needed to be able to update a file on the IFS, it would need *W (probably *RW).


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