One of the ideas that I had a few years ago was to use PHP and SQL,
preferably on an in-house System i, of course. My thoughts, besides the
benefit of learning PHP, was that (1) I could "hide" data in a database, and
(2) give people the ability to update their own information (realizing, of
course, that most of these old folks would simply send it to me, anyway)
securely. If I win the lottery or a rich (unknown) uncle dies and leaves me
his estate, I'll get back with you, Jon, about that PHP training!
So the server has to support Drupal, huh? Well, I'm pretty sure the host
server that we currently subscribe to doesn't, but we could always move it.
Jerry C. Adams
My goal in life is to have a psychotic disorder named after me.
IBM i Programmer/Analyst
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