1.20 runs fine, but my old JDBC stuff?

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1.20 runs fine, but my old JDBC stuff?

serkom
Hi NetRexxers,

my (german) java JDK111 now runs fine and with it NetRexx 1.20. One StarOffice DLL
got into the way ...
Thanks for help/encouragements.

The excellent Redbook  (http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpieces.html) is a great
Tutorial using NetRexx, especially with newer JDK11 features.

JDBC with Java11:

Could someone tell me where to get the fitting DB2JDBC driver (DLL and classes) to
run (the former working) DB2 database with NetRexx 1.20.
[on OS/2, DB2 version 2.12]

All the best

Kai



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Re: 1.20 runs fine, but my old JDBC stuff?

Patric Bechtel-4
On Mon, 08 Sep 97 12:15:13, Kai Schmidt wrote:

>Hi NetRexxers,
>
>my (german) java JDK111 now runs fine and with it NetRexx 1.20. One StarOffice DLL
>got into the way ...
>Thanks for help/encouragements.
>
>The excellent Redbook  (http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpieces.html) is a great
>Tutorial using NetRexx, especially with newer JDK11 features.
>
>JDBC with Java11:
>
>Could someone tell me where to get the fitting DB2JDBC driver (DLL and classes) to
>run (the former working) DB2 database with NetRexx 1.20.
>[on OS/2, DB2 version 2.12]
>
>All the best
>
>Kai
>
Seeing you've got the same problem as me. I think a have the solution !
(probably after 2 weeks of searching, testing and so on... grrr)

See at url: ftp://testcase.boulder.ibm.com/ps/fromibm/db2/hkbank/db2java.zip and db2jdbc.dll

Download these, copy them to the standard locations where the previous version reside, and
see what happens.

One tip: use the tempjava.sql instead of java.sql and as driver use ibm.netsql.DB2Driver.
Tests with the jdbcgui-class in the redbook examples showed a rather stable and fast state :-)
ah: don't forget to start the db2jd with db2jstrt <portnr> and use an url jdbc:db2://host:portnr/database.
Solutions welcome though if somebody get's it running with the standard java.sql-classes.
I don't know really know really the diffence to the original classes, beside their naming and
a special numeric.class file (hmmm).

till then...

Patric (happily developing... 8-))




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Re: 1.20 runs fine, but my old JDBC stuff?

Patric Bechtel-4
In reply to this post by serkom
On Mon, 08 Sep 97 12:15:13, Kai Schmidt wrote:

>Hi NetRexxers,
>
>my (german) java JDK111 now runs fine and with it NetRexx 1.20. One StarOffice DLL
>got into the way ...
>Thanks for help/encouragements.
>
>The excellent Redbook  (http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpieces.html) is a great
>Tutorial using NetRexx, especially with newer JDK11 features.
>
>JDBC with Java11:
>
>Could someone tell me where to get the fitting DB2JDBC driver (DLL and classes) to
>run (the former working) DB2 database with NetRexx 1.20.
>[on OS/2, DB2 version 2.12]
>
>All the best
>
>Kai
>
Seeing you've got the same problem as me. I think a have the solution !
(probably after 2 weeks of searching, testing and so on... grrr)

See at url: ftp://testcase.boulder.ibm.com/ps/fromibm/db2/hkbank/db2java.zip and db2jdbc.dll

Download these, copy them to the standard locations where the previous version reside, and
see what happens.

One tip: use the tempjava.sql instead of java.sql and as driver use ibm.netsql.DB2Driver.
Tests with the jdbcgui-class in the redbook examples showed a rather stable and fast state :-)
ah: don't forget to start the db2jd with db2jstrt <portnr> and use an url jdbc:db2://host:portnr/database.
Solutions welcome though if somebody get's it running with the standard java.sql-classes.
I don't know really know really the diffence to the original classes, beside their naming and
a special numeric.class file (hmmm).

till then...

Patric (happily developing... 8-))



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