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    Unanswered: DB2 Administration client V8.2 and Dataserver Client V9.7

    Hello,

    In our application server, we are currently running DB2 Administration client V8.2.
    I want to install Data server Client V9.7 (I believe that this is the equivalent to Administration client) in the same machine.

    Because, I have two seperate database servers one with DB2 V8.2 and the other db2 V9.7.

    So, how can I configure my application server to connect to database server appropriately.

    Please advise

    Valan.

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    Hi,

    what OS is your Application Server running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvk@vhv View Post
    Hi,

    what OS is your Application Server running?
    Windows 2003 32bit.

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    I'm not sure, if you can install 8.2 and 9.7 in parallel. In 8.2 you could only have 1 Installation of DB2 on Windows.

    If you only need connectivity, you could catalog both versions of the database in the 8.2 Client.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvk@vhv View Post
    I'm not sure, if you can install 8.2 and 9.7 in parallel. In 8.2 you could only have 1 Installation of DB2 on Windows.

    If you only need connectivity, you could catalog both versions of the database in the 8.2 Client.
    I am planning to install the V9.7 Client as a new copy and keep in seperate folder.
    Then catalog v8 client to v8 db and v9 client to v9 db.

    I beleive that I can define only one Instance name in env variable using
    db2set.

    So, every time do I need to change the instance name when I do the test?

    Please advise. Thanks

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