Tag Archives: DB2

Use Ajax with PHP and DB2 9 – Xajax

Cal Evans   January 30, 2007   Comments Off on Use Ajax with PHP and DB2 9 – Xajax

p. Over at developerWorks, Deepak Vohra has written an excellent primer on getting up and running with PHP, ajax and IBM’s DB2-9. Let’s take a look at it.

Performance case study using Zend Core for IBM with IBM DB2 9 to service 10,000 active database connections

PHP is the market-leading dynamic language for producing modern Web applications. Its popularity for building content management and e-commerce systems stems from its portability, ease of use, and wide support for accessing database and enterprise data sources. IBM and Zend Technologies have partnered to deliver Zend Core for IBM®, which is the industry’s only certified and fully supported PHP development and production environment for IBM data servers.

Work with XML Data in the Zend Framework

One of the incubator projects in the Zend Framework is Zend_Db_Xml. Zend_Db_Xml, also known as the XML Content Store (XCS), allows web applications that use XML data to easily update, save, and otherwise manage this data. In this article I will introduce the XCS persistence API and discuss an implementation using IBM’s DB2 9 database with its pureXML technology. Finally, I’ll discuss a sample social networking application to show how easy and fun it is to develop XML-centric applications using the XCS.

Do You Really Need a Database?

Cal Evans   July 10, 2006   Comments Off on Do You Really Need a Database?

p. The PHP Blog posted an article a little while ago titled “PHP & MySQL are not Peanut Butter & Jelly”. The gist of the article is that PHP and MySQL are not joined at the hip and that programmers needlessly rely on databases for projects that don’t necessarily require them. Whoops, I may have said to much. To get more, you’ll have to click the [ more ] link.

DB2 for i5/OS sample

Zend Community   July 10, 2006   Comments Off on DB2 for i5/OS sample

Now that you have PHP, Zend Core, and DB2 up and running on i5/OS you need something to run on it. Here is a sample application you can play with that shows off these complimenting technologies.