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January 7, 2011 | Volume 8 Issue 1


TOP STORY: TechTip: Getting Started with Zend Framework on IBM i, Part II
FEATURED ARTICLE: QuickLook: Linoma Software's GoAnywhere Director
NEWS HIGHLIGHT: ASNA Management Acquires Company in Buyout
ADVERTORIAL: Partner TechTip: What's Eating All the Disk Space on Your IBM i Server?
FORUM: More on Compile-Time Arrays
BUSINESS CONTINUITY TODAY: Ch.11: Is the Cloud Right for You?
TRIAL SOFTWARE: Managed File Transfer Software GoAnywhere
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Feature Article - TechTip
TechTip: Getting Started with Zend Framework on IBM i, Part II

IBM i developers often mistake Web designers as the enemy.

jeff_olenWritten by Jeff Olen

In the previous article, we went over how to use some Zend Framework classes in an actual procedural PHP script. We created a simple login/authentication script that could easily be combined with a login form to create a simple Web page/portal authentication system. So adding the login form is exactly what we are going to do in this article.


Feature Article - System Administration
QuickLook: Linoma Software's GoAnywhere Director

Exchange files with customers, trading partners, and other servers without writing tedious scripts.

Written by Linoma Software

Editor's Note: To download and try GoAnywhere Director at no obligation, visit the MC Software Center.


GoAnywhere Director streamlines and secures the exchange of data with your customers, trading partners, and other servers. With Director, you can connect to almost any system or trading partner using standard protocols, including FTP, SFTP (SSH), SCP, FTPS (SSL/TLS), HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, POP3, and IMAP. Director also supports OpenPGP and ZIP with AES encryption for securing sensitive documents.


Advertorial - Help/Systems
Partner TechTip: What's Eating All the Disk Space on Your IBM i Server?

How do you monitor the IFS and temporary storage growth?

tom_huntingtonWritten by Tom Huntington

You know the all-too?familiar cry from your staff: "Where did the disk space go? Who is responsible for consuming the entire disk?" As a good administrator, you rerun the reports from the past weekend, but you can't find the reason. The library disk reports show that the disk space is the same, yet your WRKSYSSTS disk space percentage is at 92 percent. The culprit may be IFS growth or temporary storage consumption.


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Latest Chapter: Business Continuity Today Ch.11: Is the Cloud Right for You?


Business Continuity Today Ch. 1: Planning for Business Resilience

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