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EDA Server and Webfocus

EDA Server and Webfocus

EDA Server and Webfocus

(OP)
I am looking to migrate EDA Server off an OS390 mainframe to an NT 2000 windows box.  Has anyone done this?  I need some directions.

RE: EDA Server and Webfocus

It depends on: what you are using the edaserver for? What it is accessing?  What it is executing?

RE: EDA Server and Webfocus

(OP)
We are using it for WebFocus.  We are accessing DB2 on OS390.  The NT box will be using DB2 Connect to access DB2 on the OS390.  We are executing WebFocus reports.  Normally we would want to leave this on the mainframe but in  our particular case we need to do the above.  Can you help?  Do you work for IBI?

RE: EDA Server and Webfocus

I do not work for IBI.  I have not had any experience with a mainframe but my environment seems to be similar.  I have my web server on one NT box.  I have my webfocus server on another NT box.  I am accessing oracle data that is on HP and IBM servers (unix).  All that you need to do is load webfocus on the NT server.  However, follow the instructions for 3-tier installation.  Also, IBI should be able to help you.  Just call your local sales office...

RE: EDA Server and Webfocus

Well?
Have you done the porting?
Was it easy?
I am about to do the same and I`ll be glad to hear some conclusions you reached to.

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