Ever wished there was a way to access iSeries resources from a
desktop without having to install and maintain software on every client
Need a way to get your legacy applications to web fast with minimal
investment in skills ? Did you know that you can get both of these
capabilities using products in the iSeries Access family?
After this session you will be able to install and configure Websphere
Application Server v5 - Express as well as install, configure, and use
iSeries Access products to web enable your 5250 applications.
About the Tools
IBM WebSphere Application Server - Express is a tightly integrated
development tool and application server that provides an easily
approachable on-ramp to e-business for companies creating dynamic Web
iSeries Access for Web offers browser-based access to iSeries servers.
iSeries Access for Web enables end users to leverage business information,
applications, and resources across an enterprise by extending the iSeries
resources to the client desktop through a web browser.
iSeries Access for Web...
· is server based.
· is implemented using Java Servlet technology.
· uses industry standard protocols - HTTP,
· is lightweight, requiring only a browser on the
· runs batch commands, provides access to
integrated file system, printers, printer
messages, and a 5250 interface.
HATS Limited Edition is a new member of the iSeries Access Family.
HATS Limited Edition dynamically transforms 5250 screens with a
point-and-click Web interface. Screens are converted on the fly and
delivered as HTML to the end user's Web browser (Internet Explorer or
· Dynamically transforms 5250 screens to HTML
· Does not require access to source code
. Rejuvenates legacy applications with a Web-like
. No requirement for programming skills
· Provides stock HTML templates that can be
for example, change the company name and
logo in the
. Integrates with WebSphere Application Server
Sabrina Welch recently joined the IBM team in
Austin, Texas as an iSeries technical sales specialist focusing on
Websphere and Linux solutions.
Prior to joining the team in Texas, Sabrina was a programmer in the hard
disk manufacturing organization where she was responsible for developing
tools in C/C++ as well as developing Lotus Notes databases.
Contact Sabrina Welch at firstname.lastname@example.org.