Multiple IBM i servers off a single Linux HTTP Server

[adrotate group=”3,4,7″] We deal with a lot of HA/DR customers who are running 2 or more systems to provide either High Availability or Disaster Recovery on their systems, this means they have two copies of the data which the could […]

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Retrieve message queue contents in PHP

[adrotate group=”3,4,7″] We have been looking at how to pull a list of messages from a message queue and show them via PHP to a browser for our Dr4i product. We have asked EasyCom if they would add support for […]

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Updates already underway for DR4i

[adrotate group=”7″ banner=”13″] Even though the DR4i product has only just been released we have our first set up upgrades under development as a result of customer requests. The requests came after a couple of demo’s of the product to […]

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PHP screens starting to take shape for our new HA/DR products

[adrotate group=”7″] We have posted recently about the initial screen we had developed to front a new DR product we will be announcing soon call DR4i. We have continued to develop the screens adding a lot more data collection via […]

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DR4i initial PHP screens designed

[adrotate group=”7″] The DR4i product is well underway, it will be an option for customers who are just looking for data replication (journalled objects only) between IBM i systems. The Receiver Apply Program (RAP) had become complex for installation which […]

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Hmm how about running PHP on the IBM i plus allowing other platforms to run PHP requests

[adrotate group=”3,4″] PHP is gaining in popularity with the IBM i user base and we are seeing a lot more activity in the forums and bulletin boards asking for assistance on how to set it up on the IBM i. […]

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Don't run PHP on the IBM i!

[adrotate group=”3,4″] If you already have a HTTP/PHP server running in your organization why add the burden of running another just to get at your IBM i data and objects from web pages! Installing the pre-requisites and Zend Server on […]

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Running PHP without HTTP or Zend on the IBM i

[adrotate group=”3,4″] We have posted before about the possibility of requesting IBM i objects and data from a HTTP server running on a Linux or Windows server and how well it performed. Well for that test we simply moved the […]

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PHP and IBM 'i' without Zend or HTTP running on the IBM 'i'

We have always looked at the building of HTTP interfaces for IBM ‘i’ with a view that they should run on the IBM ‘i’. Our main reason for this was performance, if we are running a web server on a […]

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PHP for i #4

In this post we will add the same functionality we added in the C for i #4 post to the PHP Project. The way we will display the details of the user will be different to a 5250 screen, we […]

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