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November 6, 2009 | Vol 6 Issue 43


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Feature Article - TechTip
TechTip: MySQL and PHP Are a Perfect Match, Part II

Putting MySQL under your PHP/AJAX hood really gives your apps horsepower.

jan_jorgensenWritten by Jan Jorgensen

If you've read my last two tips, you should by now have installed an Apache Server running PHP and a MySQL Database Server locally on your PC. Even if you haven't, you can benefit from this tip because if you have the installment on a "remote" Web server, the scripts provided here will still work. But you might have to do a little tweaking.


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This webinar is presented by Carol Woodbury. During this session Carol will examine the new security features of i5/OS for V6R1. She will discuss new system values and how you might use them, as well as new user profile attributes, new auditing values, new commands and more. Carol will lend her experience and expertise to help you understand how best to take advantage of these new features.

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Feature Article - Analysis
Halcyon Addresses Today's IT Challenge to Do More with Less

The company's refresh of its Systems Operations Suite adds application monitoring to an already-rich collection of message, monitor, and automation functions.

chris_smithWritten by Chris Smith

Think of the recession as an adventure in which you have to improvise and test your imagination and resourcefulness in ways that you haven't been challenged to do before. Talk about making an organization lean and mean—yikes. Pretend you're out there on the road and all you've got going for you is a good Swiss Army knife; could you survive?


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