Object replication between systems

[adrotate group=”3,4″] Object replication is standard in High Availability products and is provided using a variety of technologies that capture the change of an object and trigger a replication request. In our RAP product we use the Audit Journal to […]

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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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5733SC1 downloads and PHP

[adrotate group=”3,4″] We have removed the downloads from the blog due to an increase in our website bandwidth which is not sustainable. We have seen over 200 downloads of the image since January (over 50 of those in the last […]

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RPG Open Access Good, Bad or indifferent.

[adrotate group=”3,4″] The debate about RPG Open Access seems to be gaining some attention from a number of well known IBM i supporters, some good, some bad and some which is pretty much indifferent! Where do we stand, well not […]

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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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Problems with APYJRNCHG command

[adrotate group=”4″] We have been trying to get IBM to assist us with a couple of issues reported from customers using our RAP product which occur when running on V6R1. When V6R1 was announced they moved the APYJRNCHGX functionality into […]

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