System and Software for journaling system objects patent EP 1559019 A1

To view the above patent please click here. Why the interest My interest was peaked by a recent LinkedIn comment about how using the Audit Journal to capture replication requests was a poor design choice. I have been developing High […]

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Building language capabilities into products

One of the challenges we have been attacking is how to build our products in such a manner that we could embed local language support. The majority of the content can be shipped in language product loads that allow the […]

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Been a very busy winter period.

Winter in Canada can be a very long affair and as we know its been a very hard and cold winter this year. This has kept us locked in the office for a lot longer allowing us to do a […]

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Getting the most from LVLT4i

While it is early days for the LVLT4i product we have already had a number of interesting conversations with IBM i users and Managed Service Providers about how we see it being deployed to the smaller IBM i user base. […]

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New Product Library Vault, Why?

We have just announced the availability of a new product, Library Vault for IBM i (LVLT4i) which is aimed primarily at the Managed Service Providers. The product allows the replication of data and objects from *SYSBAS on a clients system […]

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LinkedIn group formed for EASYCOM for PHP.

[adrotate group=”9″] We have started a group for EASYCOM for PHP on LinkedIn. If you are interested in getting involved or have some questions about EASYCOM for PHP it is a place to visit. We are hoping to increase the […]

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New XMLService is not what I expected.

[adrotate group=”9″] As posted in the previous post I was setting up the Zend Server on our V6R1 system to give the new XMLSERVICE a try to see if the program calls would be faster using it rather than the […]

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