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    Unanswered: difference between the run-time, application developer and admin clients

    What is the difference between the run-time, application developer and administration clients?

    I am mostly writing java apps that will use the "app" driver to access a remote DB2 server. Thus, I am an application developer, but I think I do not really need the appdev client. Is this true? Does that client provide anything to a java programmer?

    We are currently still using 7.2.

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    Re: difference between the run-time, application developer and admin clients

    Run-Time client: has just the drivers and apps to setup and access DB2 servers.

    Admin: adds to the runtime by adding admin utilities (Control center, etc).

    App Dev: adds the stored procedure builder to the admin client.

    HTH

    Andy

    Originally posted by milkchaser
    What is the difference between the run-time, application developer and administration clients?

    I am mostly writing java apps that will use the "app" driver to access a remote DB2 server. Thus, I am an application developer, but I think I do not really need the appdev client. Is this true? Does that client provide anything to a java programmer?

    We are currently still using 7.2.

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    Thumbs up Re: difference between the run-time, application developer and admin clients

    Originally posted by ARWinner
    Run-Time client: has just the drivers and apps to setup and access DB2 servers.

    Admin: adds to the runtime by adding admin utilities (Control center, etc).

    App Dev: adds the stored procedure builder to the admin client.

    HTH

    Andy
    Thanks, that's the answer I was looking for.

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