There may be a licensed program (1ZCORE5 Option *BASE) that is Zend
Core. My recommendation would be to delete that program and
download/install Zend Server for IBM i. This is the newer generation of
the PHP stack for IBM i. More info at:

It is a single LP that can be either the full Zend Server product or the
Zend Server Community Edition based upon the license key installed.



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We could use some help, we are in the process of attempting to setup PHP
on our iSeries, which is on release V6R1M0, which I understand Zend
Core, the PHP runtime is preloaded with IBM i, 6.1.

It appears I have verified all the prerequsite products installed on our
system to use PHP on i.
Is there a way I can verify the zend runtime is on the system?


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