Web Gateway Tools

Web Gateway Tools

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Complete coverage of the total range of tools for integrating IBM legacy applications with the Internet Written by the expert designers of IBM's Web Gateway tools, this book tells you what you need to know about implementing and managing IBM and non-IBM Internet connections economically, securely, and with minimum disruption of day-to-day business operations. Not only will you find all the information you need to integrate IBM's groupware (Lotus Notes), databases (DB2 and IMS), and transaction systems (CICS, Encina, and MQSeries), you'll also learn how to develop new Web applications using IBM's latest Web Gateway products and Lotus Domino Server. Experts Cheng, Malaika, Fallside, McCall, Nguyen, Shen, Srinivasan, and Allfree give you detailed descriptions of the various tools needed to design and code Internet and intranet applications . . . hands-on examples of Web Gateway tools and techniques . . . proven strategies for planning and managing connections to the Internet . . . and dozens of instructive examples. This comprehensive guide to making the most efficient and cost-effective connections to the Internet includes: Application development using Net.Data in conjunction with HTML, Java, JavaScript, REXX, and Perl Lotus Internet applications, such as publishing, electronic commerce, broadcasting, and customer service using Lotus Domino Server Accessing CICS, DB2, Encina, IMS TM, and MQSeries from the Web Specific business applications and security considerations A comprehensive and informative case study of the development of an application server. Visit the companion Web site at: http://www.ibm.com/technology/books/webgate/ Visit our Web site at http://www.wiley.com/compbooks/The disadvantage of this approach is that VisualWave interprets the existing parts to generate the HTML, but this interpretation ... The HTML tags also specify an HTML form that is used for directing the pizza order back to Loua#39;s Cyber Pizza.

Title:Web Gateway Tools
Author:Josephine Cheng, Susan Malaika
Publisher:Wiley - 1997-04-01


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