So how does Node run, from an IBMi perspective? Is it like Tomcat, where
you run a QSH command in batch? Does Node always run the same way?

Node could be thought of as being similar to Tomcat in that Tomcat also has
its own HTTP server.



Aaron Bartell
IBM i hosting, starting at $157/month. litmis.com/spaces


On Thu, Dec 15, 2016 at 12:10 PM, Justin Taylor <JUSTIN@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Well I already have an Apache instance listening on port 80. I've heard
the term "reverse proxy", but I have to research it because I don't know
what it means.


So how does Node run, from an IBMi perspective? Is it like Tomcat, where
you run a QSH command in batch? Does Node always run the same way?
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