2 Technologies to bring your applications
into the 20 teens - by Barry Hayes
Technology 1. Green screen modernization taken to the max. It is
possible to run your current applications in a browser with graphics and high
performance. Demonstration to follow.
While IBM has promoted numerous Web development technologies from CGI-Bin to
Java Servlets to PHP, if a company were to make a clean start on B2B today, a
different core technology would probably be used. Today, new Web
Development centers around HTML5, AJAX and a few other concepts.
Presentation to follow.
Barry Hayes has been working with mid range systems since the 1970s as a Systems
Engineer at IBM. He has worked at ADVANCED BusinessLink since 1994.
ABL is a worldwide provider of Mid Range solutions including Application
Modernization and Web Development Technology.
Searching Unstructured Text Using
Text Search Server for DB2 for i - by Nicholas Lawrence
This session describes the integrated text search capabilities of DB2 for the i.
In this talk, I'll show you why being able to index and search the unstructured
text and XML data that is stored in a DB2 for i column is a big deal, and why
the integration of OmniFind Text Search Server for DB2 for i is an advantage.
I'll talk about what it takes to set up and administer a text search
environment. In addition, I'll cover extensions that will allow you to
index and search text data that is stored in IFS stream files, spool files, or
members in a source physical file.
Nick Lawrence is an IBM Advisory Software Engineer working on DB2 for i in
Rochester, Minnesota. You can reach Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org.