Unanswered: use bldrtn script with remote database
I'm using DB2 10.5 client on Linux, and I have a server on a remote machine which can be Windows, Linux or AIX.
I want to use bldrtn script to create C++ routines and store them in the server so that they can be invoked by some triggers defined on the remote db.
My doubt is: is this ok for remote servers also?
That is, even if the bldrtn script is invoked on the Linux client, does the compiler run on the remote server machine, so I need to install the proper compiler on Windows/Linux/AIX? Are there limitations/concerns to use bldrtn this way?
bldrtn as supplied by IBM expects everything to be locally installed (i.e. the compiler/linker etc).
Better to use ssh to automate the bldrtn on each target environment, unless you have all the relevant cross compilers accessible locally on Linux.