I am about to install DB2 V9.7 on a Linux server and as far as I know the Task Center is depricated on this version and later. I have never used IBM Data studio. My question is what version I need to install on a Linux server with DB2 V9.7 (Client, Full version e.t.c). I should be able to do all the things I was doing from Task Center in eralier versions like schedule database backup, data load/exract, reorg/runstats e.t.c. If some one give me a link to appropriate IBM data studio link, would be greatly appreciated.
Best Regards, Guy Przytula
Database Software Consultant
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Being a java application (based on the Eclipse framework)
the IBM Data Studio also runs on Linux although with a bit of config effort.
Most people run Data Studio on a Windows platform.
Some functions previously available in Control-Centre are no longer available via the free Data studio but instead are available from other IBM products at extra cost. Refer to the infocenter for details.
Current (July 2013) version of data studio is v4.1.