The advent of the World Wide Web, the availability of powerful and inexpensive personal computers, and the ready availability of connection to the Internet, led to explosive growth in Internet usage and in the number of individuals and organizations with access to it. As a result, many organizations are considering whether they should provide direct access to their operational systems for customers and/or clients via the Internet in order to provide better service or gain competitive advantage.
This IBM Redbook is written primarily for information technology professionals responsible for designing and managing CICS-based OLTP applications, to help them make these applications available to users of the Internet and the World Wide Web. It looks at how this can be done, and at issues such as security and data integrity that need to be understood when deciding whether to proceed down this path, and how far to go.
IBM Redbooks are expert "how to" guides written by an international team of IBMers who have spent years supporting customers and their IT needs. The books are filled with their hands-on experiences in developing, implementing and integrating IT solutions. You'll read about the challenges they faced, tips they uncovered, and innovative solutions they developed for a wide variety of technologies. IBM Redbooks are produced by the IBM International Technical Support Organization (ITSO)
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