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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: IConnect

    I am running Informix version 10. How can I tell if our former administrator installed IConnect?

    Thanks in advance for help.

    - Joy Conner

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    You can install IConnect or CSDK, CSDK contains every IConnect function.

    I'm not sure how to say that its definitely installed in IDS10, but you should find a "CSDK" directory in your INFORMIXDIR.

    The standard installation contains CSDK.

    I could tell you more tomorrow.
    WilhelmW

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    I'm using 9.3 IDS but it's probably the same or something similar for IDS 10. If you're on a UNIX box you can login as user informix and key check_version csdk <cr> at the command prompt. check_version conn <cr> will return the I-Connect version.

    If you're on a PC or Windows-based server you should see "Informix Client-SDK x.xx" when you click Start and All Programs.

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    I'm not sure how to say that its definitely installed in IDS10, but you should find a "CSDK" directory in your INFORMIXDIR.
    The standard installation contains CSDK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zhucelun789 View Post
    I'm not sure how to say that its definitely installed in IDS10, but you should find a "CSDK" directory in your INFORMIXDIR.
    The standard installation contains CSDK.

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    ???

    mjldba got the right solution with "check_version csdk/conn".
    WilhelmW

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