I think that's talking about running both WAS stuff and PHP stuff at the
same time. I have PHP running on a system now and there's no WAS. Just go
through the PHP install process...I'm assume you're using Zend Server 5.2 or
5.3, right? All you have to do is install it, start the instance, and run
the samples.

On Wed, May 19, 2010 at 9:55 AM, <DLee@xxxxxxxx> wrote:


Looking back at the verification process as described for PHP install, I
see this instruction:

If you plan to use WebSphere Application Server with the HTTP Server,
install a version of the WebSphere Application Server Apache plug-in that
is compatible with your current level of HTTP Server. If the proper
WebSphere Application Server PTFs are not loaded, the mismatch will
prevent the HTTP Server from starting.

So, novice that I am, does that mean I can run a PHP without it?
I guess my next step is to learn how to run a php.


Why do you need Websphere Application Server for PHP? I don't think you
WAS v6.1 on V5R4 is licensed program 5733W61.

On Wed, May 19, 2010 at 8:59 AM, <DLee@xxxxxxxx> wrote:


I'm in the process of installing php for the iseries, and going the the
process of verifying all the products required. In looking at the
licensed programs, I seem to have all the ones I need, but I can't seem
identify the program for WAS.

I was hoping someone would know the product code I need to see.

Also, I don't seem to find a way to tell what version of WAS is

To be truthfull, I'm not really sure if it has been installed or

I see these in wrkactjob, but they may just be the default.


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