For the ambitious, the default example provided in ZF is the Guestbook and that can be "tweaked" to do phone directory. http://framework.zend.com/manual/en/learning.quickstart.html


I know Jeff Olen did a little preso on this so he can probably offer some advice.



Sounds like a fun place to code a little PHP. :-)


Mike

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Subject: Re: [WEB400] PHP Based Telephone Directory

Michael,

You should be able to download any of the MySQL based "free" phone books
out there.(I found a ton of them)
Then with a little work you could change all the MySQL statement to their
db2 equivalent.

Or if you wanted you could fire up MySQL on the i and use the IBMDB2i
storage engine to store the data in a library/file.
That way you would not have to muck around converting the MySQL syntax.

Bryan

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