Hi All,

I finally have most of my issues sorted out, and I have a web server running on our AS400 again (yay!). However, I am having issues with the final part of the integration with the Zend server. To get my website up and running, I did this:

1) Created the DNS entry on the Windows server

2) Created the entry in the Websphere server to reference the DNS record entry to IP address/httpd directory

It works great - I'm able to type in my web address (zendisd.simcoeparts.com) and it comes up fine. However, when I try to serve up a PHP webpage it simply shows me the code for the php (ie: I have a simple "hello world" php page and when I execute it all I get is the <?php echo "Hello, World";?> page instead of it saying "Hello World").

How do I hook in the Zend server to intercept my calls from the Websphere server to show this page in it's proper context instead of the raw code in the file? Can it be done through the dashboard?

Thanks for your help!


Brian Piotrowski
Assistant Mgr. - I.T.
Simcoe Parts Service, Inc.
Ph: 705-435-7814 x343
Fx: 705-435-5029

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