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No difference regarding PHP on IBM i or a Linux server. ( thanks to Calvin

DB2 is a bit of a headache in that column names are all upper case when
they are brought into Javascript via a fetch from an SQL result set. Which
is not the case with MySQL on a PC server.

DB2 is awesome once you get away from RPG record i/o and use SQL functions,
procedures, assign default values to columns, SQL views, procedures which
return result sets, ...

Biggest difference between IBM i and a PC web server is performance. IBM i
just does not scale well. A web page will work great when you demo it to
the user. But a single core power 8 can get bogged down by web code and the
SQL that serves results sets to the web pages. When that happens, code that
worked now fails with timeout messages.


On Sat, Aug 20, 2022 at 12:52 AM jerry ven <jerryven95@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


What is the difference between AS/400 and any normal web server in terms
of size, physical space, capacity ,performance, user friendliness etc.?

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