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Slides from Past Talks Articles Contact ← ZF2 and DB2 for IBM i How to prevent Easycom cwb4016 from loading → Using procedures and service programs with the PHP php toolkit for ibm i Toolkit for IBM i Posted on December 27, 2012 by Alan Seiden The open source PHP Toolkit enables PHP applications to call procedures (functions) that are defined within RPG service programs on IBM i. (For more information on the toolkit, see my toolkit information page.) Here's an example that will work with PHP Toolkit API version 1.4.0 or higher. I also included some ‘boilerplate' to show best practices for connecting to the toolkit and checking for a successful connection. The illustration of how to call a procedure is in the second half. getCode();     $msg = $e->getMessage();     switch ($code) {     case 8001:         // "Authorization failure on distributed database connection attempt"             // Usually means a wrong DB2 user or password             echo 'Could not connect due to wrong user or password.';             break;         case 42705:             echo 'Database not found. Try WRKRDBDIRE to check.';             break; default:             echo 'Could not connect. Error: ' . $code . ' ' . $msg;             break;    } //(switch) die; // couldn't connect...handle this however you wish      } //(try/catch) // set stateless mode for easy testing (no 'InternalKey' needed). // (setOptions() introduced in v1.4.0) $conn->setOptions(array('stateless'=>true)); /* If you wish to test this script but you don't have a real service program, * use parseOnly and

in the PHP in i5/OS series. In previous articles we have provided an overview of PHP on System i as well as the basic syntax of the language. This article provides an overview of the http://www.itjungle.com/fhg/fhg103107-story01.html API toolkit, and a collection of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that facilitate PHP programs http://www.ibmsystemsmag.com/ibmi/developer/general/XML-Toolkit-for-iSeries-Provides-Interface-for-RPG/?page=2 accessing and working with i5/OS objects. Web Development and Deployment Stacks--LAMP To begin our discussion let's first look at the Web development and deployment stack that incorporation of PHP provides to i5/OS. In the past you have probably encountered the LAMP stack a Web development/deployment stack based on the Linux operating system, Apache Web server, MySQL database engine, iseries toolkit and the PHP (or Perl or Phython) scripting language. The following diagram provides a high-level architectural view of the LAMP stack: Over the last several years, the LAMP stack has become a major development platform for the enterprise and is used by such companies as Amazon, Friendster, Google, and Yahoo. LAMP represents the open source software components used as a "toolkit" by Web developers for deploying robust Web content complete with data access and iseries toolkit example manipulation. System i customers have for a number of years been able to leverage the LAMP stack through the incorporation of Linux running in a Logical Partition (LPAR) on their System i systems. Web Development and Deployment Stacks--iADP The adoption of PHP in i5/OS provides a Web development/deployment stack similar to the LAMP stack. The iADP stack is a Web development/deployment stack based on the i5/OS operating system, Apache Web server (installed in the PASE environment as part of the Zend Core installation), the DB/2 database engine, and the PHP scripting language. The following diagram provides a high-level architectural view of the iADP stack: NOTE: The next article in this series will take a look at yet another Web development/deployment stack--the iAMP stack--facilitated by the adoption of MySQL on the platform and used to leverage existing open community applications in i5/OS. With the iADP stack, a System i customer can develop and deploy PHP based Web applications directly in i5/OS without the need to manage an additional Logical Partition and operating system. You will notice from the above diagram, that the PHP engine runs in the PASE environment. When Zend Core is installed, in addition to PHP and Apache being installed in the PASE environment, an additional program is installed in i5/OS (called i5_COMD) that listens for requests for i5/

RECOVERY DB2 DOMINO HIGH AVAILABILITY LPAR NETWORKS PERFORMANCE PRINTING SECURITY SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT WEBSPHERE WINDOWS INTEGRATION GENERAL JAVA MODERNIZATION RPG WEBSPHERE CLOUD COMPUTING IBM ANNOUNCEMENTS IBM RESEARCH iTALK WITH TUOHY LINUX OPEN SOURCE SOA WHAT'S NEW APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT MISCELLANEOUS SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT AUTOMATIVE BANKING/FINANCE HEALTHCARE INSURANCE MANUFACTURING MISCELLANEOUS NON-PROFIT RETAIL DISK FLASH OPTICAL SERVERS TAPE PRODUCT REVIEWS IBM i > DEVELOPER > GENERAL XML Toolkit for iSeries Provides Interface for RPG and XML May 2003 | by James R. DeVries, Jay R. Hansen Print The preparations are now complete and coding can begin by starting with the generic setup required by any RPG application that uses the toolkit (see Code Sample 1). The /COPY directive loads the RPG procedure and data definitions for the procedural parser. Two key data structure definitions are the environment data and parser data. [email protected] is the address of the environment data, which contains error information for calls into the procedural parser. [email protected] is the address for the parser environment data, which holds error information specifically for parse calls, such as what line an error occurred on in a failed parse. Also note the inFile character string, which is passed to the DOM parser as the name of the document to parse. This value should be changed to the name of the XML document that will be used as input. Once the general toolkit settings are complete, the next step is the entry procedure. Before any other procedures in the parser are used, the QxmlInit procedure must be called. There may have been errors on the call to QxmlInit, so the Qxml_ DOMRTNCOD variable is checked for an error state. If an error occurred, an error description can be retrieved from the Qxml_Reserve character string. Other parser procedures can be called once the environment is successfully initialized. The call to QxmlXercesDOMParser_new creates the DOM parser used to parse the XML file. It also initializes the data structure that [email protected] points to. This data structure holds the parser error information, which is used to determine if there was a problem parsing the XML input. Next, validation is turn

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