Re: Web Publishing from a Database (#115401)

Subject: Re: Web Publishing from a Database (#115401)
From: wburns -at- MICRON -dot- COM
Date: Mon, 2 Dec 1996 07:38:15 MST

Matt--you wrote:

>I'm not sure how well it fits your SGML goal, but I know of one
>excellent option for getting a database on the web: IBM produces an
>HTTP server (the non-secure version is free) that has full support to
>link directly into a DB2 database (it also has CICS support!). If you
>want to give it a look, go to www.ibm.com and use their search engine
>to look for "Internet Connection Server".

<snip 8< 8< 8< 8< >

Then added the tasteful signature from my favorite Canadian band...

> Living in the limelight, the universal dream, for those who wish to seem
> Those who wish to be, must put aside the alienation
> Get on with the fascination, the real relation
> The underlying theme...
> - Rush, "Limelight"

I've checked out this site, and it looks like it handles at least one element
that I'm looking for. I'm also experimenting with Access 7.0 (ptui) to build
relationships between document fragments and sections and hope to use CGIs to
call these up to a web page. The other piece is that I have to be able to
compile fragments into a single flat file for printing. So far, this part has
been esay. The difficulty will come in when I have to map and translate the HTML
(and in the future, raw SGML) into some proprietary print format like PDF. Don't
suppose you can tell me how to do that, can you?

Thanks,

Bill Burns
wburns -at- micron -dot- com
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"WHAAAAAAAGGGHHHH!"
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