DB2 AS400 JDBC DRIVER

The DB2 App driver is a legacy driver that can be used to connect to DB2 assuming that DB2 client software is installed on the user’s machine. This means that the DB2 server would need to be listening on a port that applications can connect to. This would be the host name or ip address of your server port: The connection shows success and it appears to be connected, but while running any query or browsing any table, every time I get below error: The license file is contained in the DB2 Connect software installation.

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The DB2Connect configuration needs to be complete cb2 this option to work. Lised below are links to more information about getting connected to DB2: By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

This is the name of the database to connect to. Post as a guest Name.

Sign up using Email and Password. Remove the others from your classpath and then try to access as4000 database. The license file is contained in the DB2 Connect software installation. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. The connection shows success and it appears to be connected, but while running any query or browsing any table, every time I get below error: More information at IBM-doclink.

Since the type 2 driver uses DB2Connect, the only piece of information required to connect is the database name.

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Those two paths should be separated by a semi-colon. Depending on your configuration, it may be easier to connect via the ODBC driver. DB2 Net Driver The DB2 Net driver is a legacy driver that can be used to make a direct connection to As40 assuming that the appropriate proxy is set up on the DB2 server machine to listen for connections.

The DB2 App driver is a legacy driver that can be used to connect to DB2 assuming that DB2 client software is installed kdbc the user’s machine.

The DB2 Net driver is a legacy driver that can be used to make a direct connection to DB2 assuming that the appropriate proxy is set up on the DB2 server machine to listen for connections. ODBC is available for Windows users only.

The connection shows success and it appears to be connected, but while running any query or browsing any table, every time I get below error:. However, a special license file is required for this to work.

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The most recent driver can be found at jt This is the port that DB2 is listening on. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. This would be the host name or ip address of your server port: Assuming your DB2 instance is configured to allow this type of connection, you would need to provide RazorSQL with your login id and password, and jfbc following information: RazorSQL ships with the Universal Type 4 driver, so no additonal downloads are necessary to connect with this driver.

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Thank You for pointers will check those with the dba Lised below are links to more information about getting connected to DB RazorSQL does not ship with this driver. Here as4000 the name of the license file: Any other drivers mentioned below would need to be obtained manually. I need to connect to db2 7.

For example, a common port DB2 listens on for this type of connection is dg2 Of the above drivers, only jt More information on the driver is available from here: Sign up using Facebook. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service jdcb, privacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.