the latest versions of powerEXT Core and powerEXT for node.js.
powerEXT for node.js – beta in the IBM i version includes both powerEXT for node.js and powerEXT Core that is discontinued as an independent project.
Installation of powerEXT Core:
** the installation should be run under an **
** user profile with *ALLOBJ authority **
- Download the savf to your PC
- FTP it to a savf on your iSeries
- Restore the library PEXTCD2 from it
- Run CALL PEXTCD2/PXCRTCD2 – converts all source files to your CCSID and recompiles all programs to current IBM i OS version.
- include PEXTCD2 in your library list
Installation of powerEXT Core Test Environment:
powerEXT Core comes with a little environment for test. The Installation will create an Apache Server named pextWebCD2 listening on port 8080 and it will create a CGI program library named PEXTCD2LIB that also includes misc. examples.
When running the installation program the web-server is started automatically If port 8080 is free, if not, the port in “listen” in the file httpd.conf has to be changed using EDTF STMF(‘/pextwebCD2/conf/httpd.conf’)
The web then has to be restarted with STRTCPSVR SERVER(*HTTP) HTTPSVR(PEXTWEBCD2) You can verify that the test environment is installed by entering the the following URL: http://10.10.10.10:8080/ using your servers IP address instead of 10.10.10.10 this should result in a powerEXT verification page.
The Test Environment is installed by calling the program CALL PEXTCD2/PXWEBCD2 that starts an Apache server (pextWebCD2) on port 8080
Demo-CGI program: http://10.10.10.10:8080/pextcd2lib/zdemo05.pgm
Demo-node.js programs may be run at http://10.10.10.10:8080/nodeproxy/z…..js
Installation of powerEXT for node.js:
The base environment is installed by calling the program CALL PEXTCD2/PXRSTNOD
Installs all node .js and documentation files in /powerEXT/node/base/
Requires node version 6.xxxx installed on the machine but may run on node version 4.xxxx (not testet)
Start the node server by calling CALL PEXTCD2/ZNODES (Runs under sub-system QHTTPSVR and listen on port 8081)
POWEREXT USERA BCH 0,0 PGM-ZMAINHTTP TIMW QP0ZSPWT USERA BCI 0,0 PGM-node SELW QZSHSH USERA BCI 0,0 PGM-QZSHSH EVTW
The server is endning by ending the POWEREXT *IMMED, sometimes the QP0ZSPWT dosn’t end if so use ENDJOBABN to end it.
Demoprograms: welcome.js, zdemo01.js, zdemo02.js, zdemo03.js, zdemo04.js, zdemo06.js
powerEXT for node.js – BETA – IBM i version – V7R1M0+ (includes powerEXT Core Version 6.00)
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powerEXT Core – Version 5.04 – IBM i version – V5R4M0+ (frozen)
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powerEXT for node.js BETA
– Contains powerEXT for node.js beta and powerEXT Core Version 6.00 – where support for IBM i OS V5R4M0/V6R1M0 is discontinued.
– new subprocedures added to powerEXT Core for faster YAJL JSON support without using the CGIDEV2 EBCDIC output buffer are included:
responseWriteHead(ccsid:mimeheader); // cssid is the output buffer CSSID, mime-header must be in EBCDIC responseWrite(text); // text must be in EBCDIC, use responseWriteBin for adding DBCS data responseWriteBin(ccsid:addr:size); // written data is automatically converted to the buffer CCSID responseSend();
– TS_***** teraspace storage allocation subprocedures renamed to PX_*****
– Minor error in the YAJL /copybook corrected
– New program XML/JSON examples in the demo library based on QIWS/QCUSTCDT demo table.
– Open Source YAJL (Yet Another JSON Library) C service program (ported by Scott Klement to IBM I) is now a part of the download. Adds 5x performance to the original RPGLE based JSON subprocedures.
– Support for OS V5R2M0 and V5R3M0 ended.