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It's shame the Dom and XML stuff is disabled in the Ported Tools PHP (5.1.2), otherwise one batch job could convert the WLM policy, send it to USS, and it would be ready to use with your PHP script running on the z/OS HTTP server.I found this out when I tried doing it.....

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Hello Patrick! (I know several in mainframe circles, care to tell us which one you are?) :-)<div>&nbsp;</div> You raise an interesting point. I've yet to play with PHP in the Ported Tools, though one day I'll have a z/OS HTTP Webserver of my own.<div>&nbsp;</div> It occurred to me that maybe it's what (if anything) is in your php.ini file that determines what's loaded. Maybe you need to fiddle with that. (I don't know, I'm just guessing.)<div>&nbsp;</div> Anyhow, I'm glad you tried it. And thanks for commenting here.

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(I'm not one you know. Sysprog from TNT)<div>&nbsp;</div> PHP.ini first place I looked, but unfortunately, no luck. From Googling around, it looks like PHP has to be recompiled. Perhaps IBM will do this with further Ported Tools editions (along with getting the SFTP server to translate EBCDIC to ASCII!!)<div>&nbsp;</div> PHP in Ported Tools is ok, a bit limited compared to the versions we're probably all used to, but it is a nice start.

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TNT in Atherstone? Have visited a couple of times in the fairly distant past.<div>&nbsp;</div> I don't even know the people who did the porting though I suspect it was Dovetailed. I notice the material from the Ported Tools website is quite old. I actually downloaded a manual from there the other day and was disappointed to discover it was 2007.<div>&nbsp;</div> So we're probably due to for a respin of the tools. But I know NOTHING of any plans to do that. :-(<div>&nbsp;</div> It might interest you to know I have ideas for at least 2 more ways of processing the XML WLM Service Definition, at least 1 of which OUGHT to be available to you. Part of the reason for blogging this stuff was to explore the ways in which people MIGHT process the Service Definition, now it's available in XML. I hope at least 1 will suit. (That's 2 more than the 2 in this and the follow-on post describe.)