HA4i latest PHP interface now ready.

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The PHP interface for HA4i is now complete. We have a little bit of tidying up to do to ensure the code is as bug free as possible but in the main the PHP coding is finished.

The latest screens have the requested control functions built in using either button controls or links, a few of these require JavaScript but we have kept that to an absolute minimum to ensure the main functionality is available without it.

We have added many new controls to be able you to start, stop, suspend or resume the processes where applicable. Another nice feature we have added is the ability to remove or retry errors directly from the PHP screens, previously you had to sign onto the Green Screen menus to get at this functionality. We have also added more information to a number of the screens to allow you to better understand what is going on.

The next step is to develop a configuration facility for the PHP scripts and an install process to allow the EasyCom Server to be installed and configured on each of the servers involved. We are going to recommend the use of the EasyCom Server even if the Zend Server install is present because we need to be able to access both systems using PHP, configuring a single Zend Server instance can be a struggle for some so having to create 2 could be a real problem. The EasyCom server will be installed by the product and it will be managed within the HA4i environment. The HTTP server can then be installed on any IBM i/Windows?Linux system you wish.

Here is a glimpse of the latest main screen.

Latest Main monitoring Screen
Monitor Screen HA4i

We are hoping the GA version of HA4i will be available for shipment by the end of October this year or earlier if we can get enough testing done beforehand.

If you are interested in looking at HA4i for High Availability or want to replace your existing HA product let us know and we will be happy to provide costings and a demo, you may very surprised at just how affordable the solution will be!


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