[nycphp-talk] talk Digest, Vol 40, Issue 30

Nicholas Hart nhart at
Mon Mar 1 14:34:24 EST 2010


I'm trying to use the Zend provided mysql which runs on the ISeries.
However, I also need a way to replicate certain DB2 data files to it.  There
should be a way to do this without having to go out to the network.  So I am
looking for an API and/or a way to write directly to the binlogs if
possible.  Any information on this would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.


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> Hi All,
> I need an RDBMS application that has a decent UI for managing users
> and groups to demo a generic security API I'm working on. I was
> thinking about Joomla maybe but I'm interested in other suggestions.
> It doesn't even have to be PHP or Linux but preferably it should be
> something Free that everyone will have access to and preferably
> something either very popular or very small.
> More specifically, I'm working on a security API that handles client
> and server authentication, creating, updating and deleting accounts
> and groups, manipulating group membership, checking group membership,
> setting and changing passwords, and so on. I have various
> implementations of this API for protocols like Kerberos and LDAP and
> now I would like to create an example implementation that uses a
> traditional relational database like Oracle or MySQL. But rather than
> create an entirely custom database, I thought I would just use an
> existing application that installs it's own database and includes a UI
> for user and group management.
> So can anyone suggest a preferably small, popular, Free RDBMS
> application with a good UI for CRUD operations on accounts and groups?
> Mike
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