I checked its site and I think the 2nd driver link here www The app driver name comes from the notion that this driver will perform a native connect through a local DB2 client to a remote database, and from its package name COM. In addition, since this driver is a FAT client with natively compiled code. Post as a guest Name. BenCole 1, 2 13
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Under its java directory, I found db2jcc.
This driver was designed to enable Java applets to access DB2 data sources. Programmers using the J2EE programming model will gravitate to the Type 2 driver as it provides top performance and complete function. The implementation class name for this type of driver is com.
Post as a guest Name. It jcx seem to have the traditional com.
Connecting to DB2
Yep, it was in installation of db2. This driver is essentially not used anymore. This driver may or may not suit your purpose.
But that may have changed nowadays. BenCole 1, 2 13 It is also certified for use on J2EE servers.
Do you have any examples of how I use that driver to connect? On a command prompt with Java 1. After wasting entire day I finally found the solution. Ask your DB admin to have a copy of them if you don’t have direct access to the machine where DB2 runs. In other words, you have to have a DB2 client installed on the machine where the application that is making the JDBC calls runs. They’re not all downloadable for license reasons. This driver’s implementation uses a Java layer that is bound to the native platform C libraries.
In addition, since this driver is a FAT client with natively compiled code. Email Required, but never shown.
It is JDBC 1. I found that 3. The latest version of this driver 9. Usage Examples minus exceptions: