Let’s ‘C’ a bit more PHP

Thought I would add a simple addition to the PHP process so that we can extract some information from the system such as the processor group, LPAR ID and license info.  This is something we […]

Let’s ‘C’ it’s been a while

It’s been a long time since I did anything with the Let’s ‘C’ project so while I had a few moments I thought I would do something a bit different. The use of PHP on […]

HA4i gains new features using Let’s ‘C’ technology

We have previously posted about how to connect to a remote web server from your IBM i using both secure and non-secure sockets as part of a series of open source snippets (Let’s ‘C’) we […]

Let’s ‘C’ using TLS to the web.

Its been a long few weeks since the last real techie post. We had a number of issues with the Secure Sockets program talking to our externally hosted website which took a lot of debugging […]

Let’s ‘C’ automated build process

The build process for all of the samples was starting to get a bit long winded as each build was described in the Blog post related to it so we have now built a program […]

Let’s ‘C’ changed source

Found a problem with the exports in the Service Program QSRVSRC so updated to reflect the correct order. Not a major problem as most will be rebuilding all objects from scratch each time but if […]

Let’s ‘C’ how to talk to the web server

We are developing some new functionality which requires the IBM i talks to a web server to extract some information which it uses to define if certain actions are required. The current thrust of the […]

PowerUp18 San Antonio a few days away

Preparations are done and we are now finalizing the our agendas for the PowerUp18 COMMON Spring conference in San Antonio. While we are attending the event primarily as a Vendor in the Expo (come by […]

Let’s ‘C’ some server messages

We are now starting to see some functionality in the server program so lets enhance that a little more. One of the problems we all experience is accessing the messages in a message queue on […]

Let’s ‘C’ it work some commands

So far we have created a Server which will allows a user to sign onto the IBM i via an ASCII based terminal, now we are going to look at how to add a bit […]