Tag Archives: IBMi
Clients have asked me whether their IBM i servers may be vulnerable to hackers due to the widely publicized OpenSSL Heartbleed bug. The answer is no. IBM i is safe from this bug, which is present only in specific OpenSSL … Continue reading
Alan answers questions about DB2 for IBM i support in Zend Framework 2. Continue reading
Here is the easiest way to determine which version of Zend Server is installed on a given IBM i system. From a 5250 command line, follow these four steps: 1. GO LICPGM 2. Take option 10 (Display installed licensed programs) … Continue reading
This blog, alanseiden.com, has been named to the “Best i Blog Bets” top 10 list by Alex Woodie, Senior Editor of IT Jungle. Thank you to Alex for this honor. This site will continue to offer articles, presentations, event listings, … Continue reading
IBM i had a solid presence at ZendCon, the Zend/PHP conference. IBM itself was a sponsor and staffed a booth (Tim Rowe and Tony Cairns). Here are a few photos from the conference. I’ll post more when I get time.
Next week I’ll be in Framingham to present at the Northeast System i Users Groups Conference (NEUGC). In early May, it’s Minneapolis for the COMMON 2011 annual meeting. Here are the dates and places of these great conferences: NEUGC: April … Continue reading
Instructions for setting up SSH on IBM i, a handy way to save scripts from Zend Studio 8.0. Continue reading