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<?
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   //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
   // iSeries Linux DB2/PHP/ODBC Demo
   // Written by Dave Boutcher (boutcher@us.ibm.com)
   //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
   // This PHP script does the initial page
   //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
   include("checkauth.inc");

   // Count the number of employee records
   $cur=odbc_exec($db,"select count(empno) from employee");
   checksql($cur);
   $nemp = odbc_result($cur,1);

   // Count the number of department records   
   $cur=odbc_exec($db,"select count(deptno) from department");
   checksql($cur);
   $ndept = odbc_result($cur,1);
   
   // Count the number of project records   
   $cur=odbc_exec($db,"select count(projno) from project");
   checksql($cur);
   $nproj = odbc_result($cur,1);
   
   // Count the number of activity records   
   $cur=odbc_exec($db,"select count(actno) from act");
   checksql($cur);
   $nact = odbc_result($cur,1);

   // Include the standard banner and buttons on the page
   include("html_mainhdr.inc");

   // Output the information on the database
   echo "<p>There are currently $nemp <a href=\"emplist.php\">employees</a>, ";
   echo "$ndept <a href=\"deptlist.php\">departments</a>, ";
   echo "$nproj <a href=\"projlist.php\">projects</a>, and ";
   echo "$nact <a href=\"actlist.php\">activities</a> recorded in this database.";
?>
<p>Explore the database.  On each page, you can look at the PHP source that 
generated the page using the link at the bottom.</p>
<p>PHP is mixed in with HTML on a web page.  The PHP portions are stored between
&lt;? and ?&gt tags.</p>
<p>There are a couple of interesting database features here.  Some employees have 
pictures and resumes stored in the database.  From the employee list you can see
which employees have these.  When these employees are retrieved, the pictures are
retrieved as <q>BLOBs</q> (Binary Large OBjedts) from the database.  The resumes are 
retrieved as <q>CLOBs</q> (Character Large OBjects)</p>
<?
   // Include the standard page footer
   include("html_mainftr.inc"); 
?>








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