If you are using a configuration that involves an IBM i, you must enable web processing on the IBM i. For details, refer to the Installing LANSA on IBM i Guide.
Configuration and set up tasks must be performed on the Web Server before using the Web. For details, review the LANSA on IBM i Administration Guide for the relevant topics.
Web Platform Differences
If you have been using Web on an IBM i as a Web Server or Data Application server, and are moving to a Windows-based platform, take a look at the differences between one platform and the other. You will find a list of these differences in Web Platform Differences the Web Administration Guide.
If you haven't already done so, take a quick look at how best to use the documentation in 11.8 LANSA's Online Documentation.
If you are a current Web user, review the What's New? summary or the detailed (Readme) list of changes on the software DVD. All changes in this version are listed. You should review the What's New? information before using the installed software.
If you are a new Web user, go to the Visual LANSA Fundamentals Windows Tutorials. If you're an experienced LANSA user, go straight to the section: RDML Programming using Web Pages.
There are a number of LANSA courses, from elearning to classroom as well as the self study exercises offered with the documentation.
Visit LANSA's Web Site
If you are not already familiar with this Web site, you will find that it contains information about items such as product releases, support desk tips and techniques, courses available, support contact details, demonstrations and so on.
Database Licensing Issues
Depending on the Web configuration you are using, you may need to purchase a database license.