Python on IBM i has proven itself as a tool for building utilities to create/read Excel files, transfer data, automate processes, call REST APIs such as Salesforce and ServiceNow, monitor applications, and more. What was missing was an easy way to use the power of Python from CL and RPG. In 2019 we introduced you to the PYRUN command for running Python scripts from CL and RPG programs. In this post we introduce you to QSHPYRUN, the next generation of PYRUN and part of Richard Schoen’s open source QShell on i Library – QshOni. QSHONI makes it easy for traditional…
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About Richard Schoen
An active open source advocate, Richard has contributed several development projects to the IBM i community, including iForgit, ILEusion, and two libraries of wrappers to enable communication between Python or Mono and IBM i.
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Getting Started with MariaDB on IBM i MySQL and MariaDB have long been databases used in the Linux world for popular web apps in PHP and other languages. The collective development components—Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP—are often called the LAMP stack. When PHP was released on IBM i in 2006, the combination of IBM i, Apache, MySQL and PHP became known as the iAMP stack.