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Last Post 2/28/2006 11:11 AM by  John Henley
LID and portal
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2/27/2006 6:31 AM
    Hi:
    If a company uses both LID and portal applications, will any change made on a .scr file in LID be automaticlly reflected on Portal (and vice-versa)?.
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    2/27/2006 12:43 PM
    Yes. You will need to run scrgen and xscrgen on the app server, and IOSCacheRefresh on the web server. And make sure the form has not been modified in Design Studio.
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    2/28/2006 5:23 AM
    Thanks John!
    I understand all business logic is written in COBOL, which can be accessed only from LID (Am I right?). So even if a company is interested in using only portal applications, they will be provided access to LID too? (to make changes, if they wish- in Business logic, .scr etc.)

    Thanks in advance!
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    2/28/2006 11:11 AM
    The business logic is written in COBOL (or RPG for iSeries customers). Forms running in Portal are calling the COBOL "business logic" on the application server. Portal clientswill receive LID--whether they roll it out to their users (or use Portal, or both) is up to the individual clients. If a client wants to change logic, they would ideally have to do it in COBOL...Design Studio is not the place to do it.
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