Bob Cancilla's off the mark!

I thought Bob Cancilla was actually changing his position on the need to pull away from the IBM i, but it looks like he has had yet another episode! You can find a copy of his latest rant here http://planet-i.org/2013/05/29/continued-decline-of-the-ibm-i/ […]

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Pagination now added to log viewer

One of the tasks we left out in the initial release of the PHP Interface of FTP Guard4i was the ability to set the page size when viewing the log entries. What we wanted to do was allow the number […]

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FTP Guard4i is available for download

FTP Guard4i is now completed and available for download. We have placed the manuals online as well as the objects required to install the product. You will need to sign in as a member to download the objects and once […]

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FTP Guard4i Log Viewer

As promised we have now developed the log viewer which shows the events which have been logged by the FTP processes. The log view has a number of columns each of which is sortable but the default sort is done […]

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FTP Guard 4i Take 2

We had been discussing the FTP Guard 4i with a prospect and they mentioned that they would like to be able to monitor the FTP Server and SFTP Server from the FTP interface. So we have added a couple of […]

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Adding a Bar Graph for CPU Utilization to HA4i and DR4i

[adrotate group=”3,5,7,8,9″] As part of the ongoing improvements to the PHP interfaces we have developed for HA4i and DR4i we decided to add a little extra to the dashboard display. The dashboard display is a quick view of the status […]

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Linking IBMi data to a Gauge in PHP

[adrotate group=”3,5,7,8,9″] We were thinking about how to create a new interface for one of our old utilities using PHP and decided that using a JavaScript based gauge would probably be a good start. There are plenty of free and […]

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Adding configuration Capabilities to the HA4i PHP Interfaces

[adrotate group=”3,5,7,8,9″] We have been developing the management interface for HA4i our High Availability product in PHP for some time, but we had not got round to looking at how we could extend that interface to allow us configure the […]

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