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Re: J Walk Server on the AS/400

Re: J Walk Server on the AS/400

Don,

They installed this prior to my coming to work here. It was their way of
giving a GUI front-end without going Client Server. I agree with you about
the Dongle and the developer kit. What a deal...

Right now we have 5500 named users, 350 concurrent licenses. Our WAN
reaches from Idaho to Nevada, Arkansas and Minnesota.

Seagull recommends 100 mb LAN, Pentium III 450mhz clients with 128m RAM,
etc. We're not there! My goal is to get the fastest performance we can
without much cost and see if we can make it fly with the user
community. Right now, we're installing the client portion on each PC or
running the Client off servers...not a good way to do it. Upgrading is a
bummer.

Thanks,
Rich

At 09:37 AM 1/5/2001, you wrote:

>Rich,
>
>I just took a look at it and had a few issues with it, but none were
>performance related...I didn't like the lack of documentation, it's not
>the easiest thing to learn overnight, and I really HATE dongles!
>
>Don
>
>
>
>On Fri, 5 Jan 2001, Rich Buttenhoff wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > Does anyone out there use J Walk from Seagull Software? If so, are you
> > running the server off your AS/400 http server?
> >
> > We installed it and are not pleased with the performance.
> >
> > Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Rich
> >
> > ===========================================================
> > Rich Buttenhoff Phone:(208)799-4181
> > Potlatch Corporation Fax:(208)799-1687
> > 805 Mill Road Mailto:rich.buttenhoff@potlatchcorp.com
> > Lewiston, ID 83501-1016 http://www.potlatchcorp.com
> > ===========================================================
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===========================================================
Rich Buttenhoff Phone:(208)799-4181
Potlatch Corporation Fax:(208)799-1687
805 Mill Road Mailto:rich.buttenhoff@potlatchcorp.com
Lewiston, ID 83501-1016 http://www.potlatchcorp.com
===========================================================
Walking on water and programming from
specifications are easy, if both are frozen.
===========================================================
 

dr2

Active Member
Re: J Walk Server on the AS/400

Rich,

Uh, did you call Melissa at Seagull tech support? Sharp cookie!

Uh, my testbed was NT4.0, 100mb ether, P2-450mhz/256k/80gigDasd
PC...Server is a P-III/800/256/60gig... All attached to a full blown
170....

No wonder my house elect bill is so high...:)

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On Fri, 5 Jan 2001, Rich Buttenhoff wrote:

> Don,
>
> They installed this prior to my coming to work here. It was their way of
> giving a GUI front-end without going Client Server. I agree with you about
> the Dongle and the developer kit. What a deal...
>
> Right now we have 5500 named users, 350 concurrent licenses. Our WAN
> reaches from Idaho to Nevada, Arkansas and Minnesota.
>
> Seagull recommends 100 mb LAN, Pentium III 450mhz clients with 128m RAM,
> etc. We're not there! My goal is to get the fastest performance we can
> without much cost and see if we can make it fly with the user
> community. Right now, we're installing the client portion on each PC or
> running the Client off servers...not a good way to do it. Upgrading is a
> bummer.
>
> Thanks,
> Rich
>
> At 09:37 AM 1/5/2001, you wrote:
>
> >Rich,
> >
> >I just took a look at it and had a few issues with it, but none were
> >performance related...I didn't like the lack of documentation, it's not
> >the easiest thing to learn overnight, and I really HATE dongles!
> >
> >Don
> >
> >
> >
> >On Fri, 5 Jan 2001, Rich Buttenhoff wrote:
> >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Does anyone out there use J Walk from Seagull Software? If so, are you
> > > running the server off your AS/400 http server?
> > >
> > > We installed it and are not pleased with the performance.
> > >
> > > Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Rich
> > >
> > > ===========================================================
> > > Rich Buttenhoff Phone:(208)799-4181
> > > Potlatch Corporation Fax:(208)799-1687
> > > 805 Mill Road Mailto:rich.buttenhoff@potlatchcorp.com
> > > Lewiston, ID 83501-1016 http://www.potlatchcorp.com
> > > ===========================================================
> > > Walking on water and programming from
> > > specifications are easy, if both are frozen.
> > > ===========================================================
> > >
> > > *************************************************************
> > > This is the JDEList World Mailing List.
> > > Archives and information on how to SUBSCRIBE, and
> > > UNSUBSCRIBE can be found at http://www.JDELIST.com
> > > *************************************************************
> > >
> >
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> >This is the JDEList World Mailing List.
> >Archives and information on how to SUBSCRIBE, and
> >UNSUBSCRIBE can be found at http://www.JDELIST.com
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>
> ===========================================================
> Rich Buttenhoff Phone:(208)799-4181
> Potlatch Corporation Fax:(208)799-1687
> 805 Mill Road Mailto:rich.buttenhoff@potlatchcorp.com
> Lewiston, ID 83501-1016 http://www.potlatchcorp.com
> ===========================================================
> Walking on water and programming from
> specifications are easy, if both are frozen.
> ===========================================================
>
>
>
>
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CWeinig

Member
RE: J Walk Server on the AS/400

SEAGULL has committed to eliminating dongles in future releases of the J
Walk developer. Please be patient.

Carolyn Weinig
Director of Strategic Alliances
SEAGULL
6996 S. Chapparal Circle West
Aurora, CO 80016
303-693-4487 (phone)
303-693-1218 (fax)
720-234-8179 (cell)
email: cweinig@seagullsw.com
 
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