iSeries Access for Web:
a new Browser-Based Alternative!
Carole Miner, IBM

December 14th, 2004 FASUG Meeting

The iSeries Access Family now includes a browser-based solution called 'iSeries Access for Web'. If you are looking for an easy-to-use product that needs no desktop install or configuration, yet enables users to work with all their iSeries resources, then iSeries Access for Web is that solution! Come to this session to learn how this client can simplify your PC network administration while at the same time offering end user functions customers have come to expect with Client Access products. By the end of this session, attendees will be able to see how 5250 emulation, database and IFS access can be used from a browser, as well as work with printers and print jobs, etc on the server. Attendees will also see how an administrator can set up unique 'front pages' for different groups of users to enter the iSeries giving complete control over what capabilities are provided to a connecting user. For example, you can provide the ability to click on links and start a specific 5250 application, or print invoices from the spool file, or run a predefined database request. You will also learns about all the new capabilities Access for web in delivering in 2004.
A demo will be included if an Internet connection is available.

Carole Miner  is a Senior Software Engineer for iSeries Client Integration, IBM Rochester Laboratory. Carole has a strong grounding in programming, planning and leadership including the original PC Support, FSIOP (now called Integrated xSeries Server). Carole's current focus is client integration technologies and support for iSeries Access products. She is an internationally known technical speaker, author and iSeries authority.

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