WHAT'S NEW IN 3.6?
- Faster Performance for CGI, NSAPI, and SSL
- Rock Solid Reliability
- Increased Scalability for Virtual Servers
- Multiprocess Capability
- Dynamic Log Rotation
|Please note: The Web
Publisher, Search, and Agents links below are activated by enabling the
corresponding feature in your Enterprise Server. If these links are inactive,
ask your server administrator to use the Administration Server to enable
content authors can easily manage their files on a Netscape Enterprise
Server by using the Netscape Web Publisher
to publish and organize documents and directories. As documents are
moved, renamed, and updated, the server automatically maintains and updates
the links. Document
control and versioning preserve document integrity in collaborative
capabilities let users search the text content and the file properties
of any document on the server. This provides great flexibility and precision.
For example, a user can find all documents created within the last month
that include the word revenue. Netscape Enterprise Server automatically
handles content in various formats, including HTML, Microsoft Word, Adobe
PDF, and many others.
Access Control, authors specify who can edit and view documents, enabling
workgroups to manage and share critical information. Both administrators
and web content providers can create flexible, Internet-ready access controls.
on Netscape Enterprise Server improve an organization's communication and
efficiency by providing timely change notification and information to a
user's attention. Both users and administrators (with valid user accounts) can create agents that
run on the server and interact with the server's content.
DEVELOPER AND ADMINISTRATOR
can design applications that combine static and dynamic content, database
and HTTP and IIOP for communication. These applications use web resources
with native database connectivity to Oracle, Sybase, Informix, DB2, and
connectivity to other data sources through ODBC.
CENTRALIZED SERVER MANAGEMENT
Enterprise Server incorporates a broad set of management tools that significantly
reduce the cost of managing and maintaining multiple web sites, including
distributed administration. Maintaining users and groups for access control
is more flexible through the Internet-standard directory service (LDAP).
See Netscape's home site
for information on developing NetHelp,
material, and more.