You've never heard of easy400 and cgidev2? Bit old hat buts it's been around for ages and is pretty simple to use. Just visit the easy400 website.


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On 20 Dec 2016, at 22:44, Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

It sounds like CGI is the only answer that fits my goal of avoiding the vagaries of the dozen & more specialized solutions.

Already doing CGI on Apache? No, this is an effort on my part to find why ISeries programmers are so reluctant to give their casual users web-based solutions where training, experience, and a tether to a workstation is not essential to getting & giving the data needed to do their job.

So far for me, plowing through each step has been tedious but when I look back afterwards it really wasn't all that hard. Any willing RPG programmer can do it. If s/he wants to.

Check back with me in a week or so though; I may have changed my mind after trying to figure out the cgi-piece of the puzzle.


On 12/20/2016 12:05 PM, Justin Taylor wrote:
It sounds like you want CGI. Are you doing CGI already on Apache?

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