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This article provides step-by-step instructions for manually compiling Apache and PHP on Linux for OpenAdmin Tool for Informix.
Note that there is an automated installation option for OpenAdmin Tool (OAT) that installs and configures Apache and PHP for you. To use the automated installation, install OAT as part of the IBM Informix Client SDK installer or the IBM Informix bundle installer. OAT is available as part of the Client SDK and bundle installers for Linux 32, Linux 64, Windows 32, and Mac OS 64 for Informix version 11.70 and higher.
By contrast, this article is intended for advanced users who would prefer to compile their own Apache and PHP on Linux.
In this article, I will be using Apache HTTP Server version 2.4.2, Apache Portable Runtime version 1.4.6, Apache Portable Runtime Utility version 1.4.1, PHP version 5.4.4, and PDO_INFORMIX version 1.2.7. There are the versions that are currently shipped with the OAT that is part of the automated installer. Feel free to try with more recent versions of these software components if you like.
1. Install the Informix Client SDK
The Informix Client SDK is required to run OAT. It will also be required to compile the PDO_INFORMIX driver with PHP in step 3.
(a) Install the Informix Client SDK
(b) Set the INFORMIXDIR environment variable to point the directory where the Client SDK was installed.
2. Compile and Configure the Apache HTTP Server
(a) Download the UNIX source for the Apache HTTP Server from https://httpd.apache.org/
(b) Download the UNIX source for the Apache Portable Runtime (APR) and Apache Portable Runtime Utility (APR-util) from https://apr.apache.org/
(c) Extract the Apache HTTP Server source code.
tar xvfz httpd-2.4.2.tar.gz
(d) Extract the APR and APR-util packages into the Apache srclib directory...
There are new functions in Informix 12.10 designed to raise applicaiton compatibility with other vendors. Some of these are packaged in the excompat (External Compatibility) library, and within that library are functions for enabling tracing or logging of user routines. These are the DBMS_OUTPUT functions, which are:
The CASE statement within SPL is a long overdue request for many Informix users. Finally this wish fulfilled in Informix release 12.10. Now you can use the CASE statement within SPL routines as a faster alternative to IF...ELSE...END IF statements to define a set of conditional logical branches. The syntax for the CASE statement is:
Title: Primary Storage Manager (PSM) a parallel backup alternative to ontape
This session will provide an overview of the PSM functionality. You will learn the features of PSM, the advantages as well as the usage of PSM. We will review how PSM/onbar is easy to use as ontape but provide for faster backup/restore, we will also see how to export and import objects. Come to learn more about this easy-to-use and understand storage manager which allows users to easily embed parallel backup/recovery solutions. Register for the Event: https://events.na.collabserv.com/register.php?id=39533c2ac3&l=en-US
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