Where to Go from Here
Now that the product is installed and running, it is time to find out
more about what can be done with the Web Server/400 product. This page
suggests some of the more important sections to read and some of the
changes that have been made to the product since version 1.2.
Below are some useful sections to read before going much further with
New since Web Server/400 Version 1.2
- Natonal Language Support
- Support for serving double- and mixed-byte content has now been included in the
- IFS File CCSID Override Abilities
- Support for mixed byte files and the ability to override incorrect IFS code
pages is now included.
- Authentication User Storage
- Previous versions of Web Server/400 allowed for the storage of authentication user
information in stream files. You can now choose to store users in stream files or
database files (for authentication only, not for Webulator/400).
The way that user passwords are stored (for authentication only, not for
Webulator/400) has also changed since the availability of Web Server/400 version 1.2.
The Web Server can be configured to use the new Normalized mode of
- Server Identification Support
- Used to identify and describe a server. The server identifier is used
in the naming of the server jobs and objects,
and is supported by the server
start and end commands.
- Server Start and End Command Enhancements.
- Used particularly during the start of operations for an AS/400, or for the
start of TCP/IP operations, the STRWWW command
now has enhanced functionality that waits for TCP/IP to be active before beginning
In addition, it is now possible to end all Web Server/400 activity via the
- Server Performance
- Many enhancements have been included to achieve improved performance
by incorporating more efficient processes and calls to system functions.
Server performance can be affected
by many factors. Advanced configuration
provides information that can be used to customize how the server runs on your