We use DB2 9.7 ESE on Linux and we got to connect to z/OS Databases as if it is local to UDB server. I was trying to create federated server using control center and the option is disbaled. I have updated DBM config param Federated to Yes and started the instance. DB2 license command shows, "License is not registred". Is this create any problem? Please advise. I am new to LUW world. What are the other options, I have? Thank you.
you are probably missing the license for db2 connect ??
can you connect to z/os db2 from command line without federation ?
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Thank you all for the reply. I would be able to connect to z/OS with DB2 Connect client and can export data from z/OS and load into Linux DB2 server. But unable to create federated server. The output of db2licm -l command as follows.
db2inst1@mhsocc172:/> db2licm -l
Product name: "DB2 Enterprise Server Edition"
License type: "License not registered"
Expiry date: "License not registered"
Product identifier: "db2ese"
Version information: "9.7"
if you want to use Federation between LUW and z/OS. You need two Products/Licenses.
The First is homogenous Federation which is included in all Editions beside DB2 Express-C. Additionally you need DB2 Connect-Licenses.