Continuous Integration using Jenkins and More…

I recently attended an online meeting with the MAGIC user group which showed how to install and set up Jenkins on the IBM i for Continuous Integration purposes. The installation and configuration all seemed very […]

RE4i with RDi

Some time ago we built a product that would allow objects to be replicated between systems without the need to use FTP. This is very useful to us when we develop changes to our products […]

Let’s ‘C’ some IFS locks

I was recently asked about how to retrieve information about what jobs were locking a particular IFS object which is something we covered in a post back in July 2012. IBM does provide a program […]

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 […]