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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Stored Procedures without Stored Procedure Builder? ;-)

    Hi there..

    Since this company used DB2 on Windows exclusively before I came along, I only know how to build storec procedures using the Windows-Application.
    Any suggestions for a good Unix/Linux-Environment?

    Thanks in advance,
    Ben

  2. #2
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    There are two ways to build Stored procedures under Linux. You can still use the Stored Procedure Builder. It works fine from a windows client attached to the linux server. Or you could just issue the CREATE PROCEDURE commands yourself from the CLP, etc. I prefer the SPB since it does so much for you (especially when changing stuff).

    HTH

    Andy

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