You have replied to my posts earlier regarding retrieval of hostname (servername). I am just wondering, is there any other query other than selecting from table(SYSPROC.ENV_GET_SYS_INFO()), to retrieve the hostname?
This forum is better than ibm db2 forum. I used to post there, but it used to take ages before I got replies in the past. Yeah, I got all the advice. And I have been searching on google too. But I am getting the same info. And since I dont know anything about DB2 and its background functionality, implementation, its making my work to find the solution more harder.
I have this doubt in mind. Does the problem I have has something to do with the DB2 database version on server? Because, I installed the 8.1.8 version of DB2 Admin Client and I did all the necessary steps, but it didnt seem to work. So, is it like if the version of the actual database is different, even though we install the latest version on the client side, still it would be of no use?
DB21085I Instance "DB2" uses "32" bits and DB2 code release "SQL08021" with
level identifier "03020106".
Informational tokens are "DB2 v18.104.22.1682", "s041221", "WR21348", and FixPak
Product is installed at "C:\sqllib".
Ok. One more dumb doubt. I know I must be sounding like a fool , but cant help it!! You said "go to server". But I dont know how to do that! I dont know how to go to the DB2 server and open it's command window.