It succeeded another highly popular product, the System/36 and was itself based on a later, more sophisticated product, the System/38.
AS/400 customers can choose from thousands of applications that have already been written and many have been "Web-enabled." IBM points to the AS/400's "uptime" of 99.9%. One widely-installed option is Domino (Notes with a Web browser).
Permissions at the Lotus Notes document level are specified by each document's ACL (viewable from document properties) or the Reader field, or both.
This means that the Lotus Notes user ID for a particular Domino user must be granted at least Reader permissions on the document's properties page or must be listed in the Reader field of the document or both.
This magnificent slaughterhouse of relentless modular deconstruction easily obliterates any previously established notion of high BPM's and intelligent (de-)composition, while viscerally exploiting those quasi-aleatoric holes few humans are likely to have ever conceived of.