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Alan Seiden Consulting: PHP and IBM i Expertise › Free webinars sponsored by COMMON Europe (open to all)

January 23rd, 2015 Comments off

Starting January 27, 2015, I’ll be giving three free Tuesday webinars:

  • January¬†27: Strategic Modernization with PHP
  • February 17: Bring RPG/COBOL business logic to the web with the PHP Toolkit
  • March 10: Speedy PHP on IBM i

All three one-hour webinars will be held at 14:00 Central European Time (CET). That’s 8 AM Eastern Standard Time (EST). The registration page includes a time zone converter.

Details and to register: http://www.data3.se/?p=5287

Thanks to Torbjörn Appehl of Data3 (COMMON Sweden) for organizing these.


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Simply i › Embedded SQL in a C program on IBM i.

January 21st, 2015 Comments off
Quick post about my experiences and hopefully a guide to others who are starting to look at the possibilities of embedding SQL in C Programs. First note: Not a lot of samples or good tutorials out there. Second note: Remember … Continue reading


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Alan Seiden Consulting: PHP and IBM i Expertise › January newsletter

January 9th, 2015 Comments off

I’ve relaunched my PHP and IBM i newsletter. Here is the January 2015 edition, out today.

To subscribe and receive this free newsletter each month, go here: alanseiden.com/tips.

Comments welcome. Happy 2015–

Alan


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Alan Seiden Consulting: PHP and IBM i Expertise › Learn to combine RPG+PHP at Toronto user group, Jan. 21, 2015

January 4th, 2015 Comments off

I’ve recorded a special message about my upcoming presentations at the Toronto Users Group for Power Systems evening meeting on January 21, 2015:

In the video, I discuss the two sessions I’ll be presenting:

  • Bring RPG/COBOL business logic to the web with the PHP Toolkit
  • PHP Tricks for RPG Developers

Hope you can make it to the Toronto meeting, Jan. 21, 2015, Markham, Ontario. Details: http://tug.ca


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Simply i › PASE to the rescue..

January 2nd, 2015 Comments off
I was working with a client over the Holidays looking at an issue where our save processes for the IFS kept failing to get a lock on a couple of IFS objects. The problem meant that the Sync Manager would … Continue reading


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Simply i › First Node.js example

December 22nd, 2014 Comments off
For me one of the main reasons to run Node.js on the IBM i is to access IBM i data and objects. I can already access all of these using PHP today so I wanted to see just how easy … Continue reading


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Simply i › Adding the correct Path variables to .profile for Node.js

December 18th, 2014 Comments off
The PASE implementation on IBM i is not the easiest to work with! I just posted about the setting of the environment to allow the Node.js package manager and Node.js to run from any directory (On first installation you have … Continue reading


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Simply i › Adding Path variables for Node.js and npm

December 18th, 2014 Comments off
I broke the LinkedIn Node.js group discussion board otherwise I would have put this information there. I have finally worked out what the problem is with the path set up when trying to use Node Package Manager (npm) on the … Continue reading


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Simply i › Node.js up and running on IBM i

December 17th, 2014 Comments off
We have Node.js up and running on two of our systems. Our initial attempt failed due to a problem with PTF’s on V7R1 but with IBM’s help we finally got everything up and running. We have 2 working instances of … Continue reading


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Simply i › QNAP and NFS issues

December 15th, 2014 Comments off
I don’t know why, but the setup we created for backing up to the QNAP NAS from the IBMi LPARS stopped working. We have been installing PTF’s all weekend as we try to get Node.js up and running on them … Continue reading


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