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Where to put BLOB's

ckeller

Member
Where to put BLOB\'s

We are just beginning our project to move from World to One World Coexistence. I've heard two differenct recommendations: to put the BLOB's on the AS/400 vs. putting them on the deployment server.

I would like to get some feedback from other clients on where you'd recommend putting them and what are some of the advantages/disadvantages of each?

Thank you in advance
Carmen Keller
 

Tom_Davidson

VIP Member
Re: Where to put BLOB\'s

I suppose it depends on if you need 7/24 availability.

We put central objects ONLY on our deployment server. All other tables
reside on our AS/400. This allows us to take the deployment server down
periodically without impacting our users. Development is impacted as they
need access to CO, we are a TSE shop and all our users access OW via TSE,
so JITI is not an issue.

Tom Davidson








We are just beginning our project to move from World to One World
Coexistence. I've heard two differenct recommendations: to put the BLOB's
on the AS/400 vs. putting them on the deployment server.
 

andymcclure

Well Known Member
Re: Where to put BLOB\'s

Carmen,

If you are running V4R4 or higher on your AS/400, I would recommend putting
the Central Objects on that system. The advantages are:

1) You don't have to rely on the deployment Server being up to run your
business.

2) You can backup your all of you OneWorld data with a single save.

3) You don't have to learn/support SQL Server.

The Dis-advantages:

1) If you are not running SQL Server on you deployment server, you have a
fairly powerful server just sitting there, unless you are building or
deploying a package.

2) You don't get to learn SQL Server


Hope this helps,

Andy


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>We are just beginning our project to move from World to One World
>Coexistence. I've heard two differenct recommendations: to put the BLOB's
>on the AS/400 vs. putting them on the deployment server.
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>I would like to get some feedback from other clients on where you'd
>recommend putting them and what are some of the advantages/disadvantages of
>each?
>
>Thank you in advance
>Carmen Keller
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