IBM eServer iSeries e-business Handbook: A V5R1 Technology and Product Reference

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on 31 October 2001, updated 01 November 2001

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ISBN-10: 0738424013
ISBN-13: 9780738424019
IBM Form #: SG24-6711-00


Authors: Brian Smith, Veronica Chatfield and Ohki Uemura

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redbooks publication -- a technology and product reference guide -- targets IBM marketing personnel, Business Partners, and AS/400e and iSeries customers who are looking to extend and expand their information server into e-business. It provides a bottom-up approach to learning about base OS/400 features and functions that provide a rock-solid foundation for e-business. Like adding a layer to an onion, it adds details about the networking aspects of e-business that are based primarily upon the TCP/IP protocol suite. The next layer describes the built-in Web serving features of both the original and powered by Apache HTTP servers.

    OS/400 is built for e-business.

    But the implementation e-business today does not stop at an HTTP server. It is the evolutionary movement of your presence on the Web from static Web pages, to dynamic data, and finally to a transactional site -- a business-to-business (B2B) or business-to-consumer (B2C) marketplace.

    To this end, we provide information to help you organize your understanding of some of the major e-business application environments available on your iSeries with V5R1 of OS/400. This includes the WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Commerce Suite, Lotus Domino for iSeries, and Host Integration programming information for those who would rather extend an e-business environment themself.

    To round out this study of e-business on the iSeries, this book looks at sizing and performance, national language support, and systems management. It also serves as a fantastic reference for the myriad of Web sites, white papers, manuals, and other Redbooks that allow you to dive into greater detail once you have chosen the road down which you will take your business to e-business.

    For a V4R5 look at the same topics, see iSeries e-business Handbook: A Technology and Product Reference, SG24-5694.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. A brief introduction to e-business

    Chapter 1. The how, what, and why of iSeries e-business

    Chapter 2. Building e-business sites: Phased approach

    Part 2. OS/400: Built for e-business

    Chapter 3. OS/400: Your foundation for e-business

    Chapter 4. TCP/IP: Fundamental to the network computing paradigm

    Chapter 5. The Web server: The core to your e-business

    Part 3. iSeries e-business environments

    Chapter 6. e-business-out: Extending core applications to the Web

    Chapter 7. Domino Application Server for AS/400 (5769-LNT)

    Chapter 8. WebSphere Application Server

    Chapter 9. WebSphere Commerce Suite for iSeries V5R1 (5798-WC5)

    Part 4. B2B: Business transform through applications

    Chapter 10. B2B: Transforming business processes for e-business

    Chapter 11. B2B: Connectors

    Chapter 12. B2B: Application solutions

    Chapter 13. B2B: Services

    Part 5. Appendixes

    Appendix A. Sizing and performance

    Appendix B. NLS considerations

    Appendix C. Related iSeries e-business products

     

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