And a data structure array would be a fine idea. My problem is getting the
data from the HTML form to the i via PHP. I'm not sure of the right
mechanism when I do the post.


On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 11:13 AM, Vernon Hamberg
<vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

Without much thought, I recommend using a data structure array instead
of an MODS. Coding is a smidgeon easier - certainly cleaner and easier
for the future to understand.

HTH
Vern

On 2/15/2013 9:56 AM, Michael Ryan wrote:
I need to send a bunch of data to the i using PHP. I'm reworking a 5250
subfile program that presents a data entry subfile to the user. The user
enters information into the subfile fields, presses enter, and the
program
then processes each entry in the subfile.

I want to do this process in HTML and PHP. I'm thinking of displaying an
HTML table and then processing each row when the user POSTs the data. I
want to call a stored procedure to validate the data in each row.

My first thought would be to send all the data to the stored procedure
as a
series of arrays, one for each column in the . The RPG developer (who
will
write the code that will become the stored procedure) is looking for
basically a MODS as input. I want to keep the validation SP accessible
from
both RPG and PHP.

Any ideas? Thanks!

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