Zend Studio for Eclipse i5 Edition – Configure an RSE Connection
The internal Zend Studio debugger does not support i5/OS functions. The way to use Studio for i5/OS with your i5 is to use Remote Debugging.
When the PHP Project with Remote Server Support is completed, you will be able to edit and debug scripts stored locally in a specified folder, and automatically or manually upload edited scripts to the application directory on the IBM i IFS.
PHP scripts return the wrong time of day, unless the time zone is set correctly. This article explains how to set up time zones for PHP on IBM i.
The history log is a database file that is tagged with CCSID 65535. The system copies the messages in the QHST message queue to the history log files and then removes them from the QHST message queue.
Working with i5/OS JOBLOG (job logs).
Working with i5/OS OUTQ (output queue)
To safely remove Zend Core from your system after Zend Server for IBM i has been installed, please verify that you are at version 2.6.1 of Zend Core for IBM i5/OS. If you are at an earlier version, please upgrade to 2.6.1 before uninstalling Zend Core for IBM i5/OS. Uninstalling an earlier release of Zend Core for IBM i5/OS will cause ZENDADMIN and other user profiles to be deleted, along with any objects owned by these user profiles. This includes the objects in the Zend Server for IBM i library ZENDSVR.
IBM Power Systems Performance Capabilities
The way to use Studio for i5/OS with your i5 is to use Remote Debugging. This will allow you to compose a script on your PC and run it in Studio using the php engine running on your i5. You will need to do this to access the i5 Toolkit Functions such as i5_connect(), as well as the ibm_db2 extensions, such as db2_connect().
The PHP mail() function is used to send emails from inside a script.
Upgrading i5/OS to V5R4 or V6R1 Breaks Zend Core for i5/OS or Prevents Installation of Zend Core for i5/OS
Upgrading i5/OS to V5R4 or V6R1 breaks Zend Core for i5/OS or prevents installation of Zend Core for i5/OS.