|Develop with Java and PHP technology on AIX Version 5.3, Part 5: Installing and integrating the PHP Java Bridge
It is possible to develop applications that employ both Java(TM) and PHP technology on AIX(R). Part 5 of this six-part series teaches you how to install, set up, and integrate the PHP Java Bridge into the Tomcat application server, making you all set for developing a PHP Web interface.
|Articles||21 Aug 2007|
|Develop with Java and PHP technology on AIX Version 5.3, Part 6: Building a PHP Web interface to the Java business application
Set up a PHP Web interface for a Java(TM) business application using the database created in earlier in this series. The PHP Web interface collects information from users and sends the session data to the Java business application for processing and for a response.
|Tutorial||15 Jan 2008|
|Running your Java application on AIX, Part 1: Getting started
IBM Developer Kits for AIX, Java Technology Edition (SDK, JDK) provide the performance, scalability, and stability you need for deploying enterprise e-business Java solutions. This series of articles will help you quickly start running your Java applications, including getting the toolkit, understanding the AIX implementation of JVM, and common porting issues. This article explains how to get started, how our just-in-time (JIT) compiler works, and the implications of using Java native interface (JNI) on AIX. The second article will discuss the complicated Java process memory model on AIX. The third article will be all about garbage collection, Java thread, its connection with POSIX thread and AIX Kernel thread, stack size issues, and more. The last article will discuss common problems people run into when porting their Java applications to AIX.
Also available in: Russian
|Articles||01 Oct 2003|