Zend Core for IBM - A guided tour for PHP developers

Getting started with PHP and IBM Cloudscape and DB2 on Linux

From the developerWorks archives

Grant Hutchison and Stewart Nickolas

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: July 14, 2005

Have you considered setting up a PHP 5 on your Linux™ server, but not had the time to learn how? This article will help guide you through the installation of a PHP 5 environment using the industry's first integrated PHP environment that includes the IBM® Cloudscape™ database server. Installation and configuration is greatly simplified using Zend Core for IBM compared to setting up a complete development and deployment environment from scratch. Zend Core for IBM also provides commonly used PHP extensions and DB2® client libraries to get you connected to your DB2 Universal Database™ (UDB) servers. Support for Zend Core is available from Zend Technologies, a leading provider of PHP products and services, but it is a free download and a time saver for any PHP developer who wants to build web applications for IBM Cloudscape or DB2 UDB.

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