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COMMON Fall Conference & Expo | October 15-17 | Pittsburgh, PA | www.common.org/fall
Tuesday, October 16 • 8:00am - 9:00am
21AC PHP and Database Access

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As the “glue” that holds the LAMP stack together, PHP is used both as the language to represent the business logic of a web application as well as leveraging data from various data sources including relational databases. The session will start out with a look at the basic database access and manipulation functions provided by PHP. From there we will explore the PHP language extensions for accessing and working with data resident in DB2 on IBM i. Additionally, we will take a look at how PHP accesses MySQL/MariaDB data and how that data can actually be stored in DB2 without any code changes. Finally, we will take a look at how the PHP language can be used to build solutions from multiple disparate data sources – specifically in our case we will look at how data from DB2 and data from MariaDB can be represented together to deliver holistically (from a data perspective) solutions.



This is Session ID:180277

Speakers
avatar for Erwin Earley

Erwin Earley

Sr Solutions Consultant, Rogue Wave Software
With over 20 years working in the IBM i community previously at IBM and now with Rogue Wave Software I have worked with a number of technologies on the POWER platform including cloud (PowerVC), Dev/Ops solutions (Docker, Chef), Open Source technologies (Linux, MySQL/MariaDB, PHP... Read More →


Tuesday October 16, 2018 8:00am - 9:00am
Grand Ballroom 1