HTTP Server (powered by Apache) plugin for Domino for IBM i
As an alternative to using the HTTP server provided in Domino, customers can take advantage of the HTTP Server (powered by Apache) to forward HTTP traffic to their Domino servers.
Why use IBM HTTP Server (powered by Apache) with Domino?
HTTP Server (powered by Apache) plug-in for Domino 8 on i5/OS (V6R1)
Domino 8 for IBM i customers can take advantage of the HTTP Server (powered by Apache) to forward traffic to their Domino 8 servers. Be sure that you are running a version of Domino that is supported on IBM i V6R1 - Domino 8.0.1 (or later) are supported.See Support for Lotus Domino and related products on IBM i V6R1 for more information.
The plug-in service program QZSRVAP20A is provided with the HTTP Server product (5761DG1). When an HTTP request is received by the HTTP Server (powered by Apache), the plug-in will forward it to the Domino server (if appropriate). The QZSRVAP20A plug-in uses a configuration file called domino-plugin-cfg.xml to control which HTTP ports are used and which HTTP requests are forwarded to the Domino server. The QZSRVAP20A plug-in is compatible with Apache version 2.2.3 and above.
This plug-in is based on WebSphere 6.1 technology, but does not require WebSphere to be installed on the system (it is a completely separate plug-in and has no direct ties to WebSphere). It can be loaded and run simultaneously with any of the WebSphere plug-ins within the same HTTP Server (powered by Apache) instance.