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Web Server - Dynamo - Jaguar Topology

2 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-03-17 02:24:21.0Z
Tedd King Posted on 2000-03-17 02:24:21.0Z
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I'm looking for some documentation on the topology of a web server,
Dynamo, Jaguar architecture. Is it possible to have a web server, such
as Netscape Enterprise Server reside on one box, Dynamo reside on
another box, and Jaguar on a third box? From what I can tell, the web
server and Dynamo must be coupled together on the same box. I don't
know if the same thing is true about Dynamo and the application server,
Jaguar? Is there a plug in or redirector that is available to go
directly from the web server box to the box where Jaguar is installed?


Carson Hager[Team Sybase] Posted on 2000-03-17 02:21:44.0Z
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The web server and PD must reside on the same box if you want to use
the NSAPI interface. Jag and PD can, and arguably should, be on
different boxes.


Carson

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On Thu, 16 Mar 2000 18:24:21 -0800, Tedd King

<tedd.king@webzonecom.com> wrote:

>I'm looking for some documentation on the topology of a web server,
>Dynamo, Jaguar architecture. Is it possible to have a web server, such
>as Netscape Enterprise Server reside on one box, Dynamo reside on
>another box, and Jaguar on a third box? From what I can tell, the web
>server and Dynamo must be coupled together on the same box. I don't
>know if the same thing is true about Dynamo and the application server,
>Jaguar? Is there a plug in or redirector that is available to go
>directly from the web server box to the box where Jaguar is installed?
>

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Team Sybase
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Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training

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