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new to DB2 and CLI0621E Unsupported JDBC server configuration.

P: n/a
Hi,

I'm currently trying to learn DB2. I have the following version
below installed on my server machine on my little LAN. However when I
try to connect to it from my client machine, I receive the following
error:

[IBM][JDBC Driver]CLI0621E Unsupported JDBC server configuration.

Everything I've read on the net though pertains to a Unix based setup
with DB 7.x. I'm running the DB2 on a Windows 2K Server machine with
SP4. The client machine is Windows 2K Pro with SP4. From what I was
told before was the setting uses the thin JDBC Driver, which means
that clients do not have to have DB2 Client Software installed, no
client configuration is required, and all platforms are supported.
However, the DB2 Server MUST be running the DB2 JDBC server which the
services show that it is.

Can anybody help me figure this one out?

================================================== ==========
About DB2 Administration Tools Environment
================================================== ==========
DB2 administration tools level:
Product identifier SQL08013
Level identifier 02040106
Level DB2 v8.1.3.132
Build level s030728
PTF WR21324
================================================== ==========
Java development kit (JDK):
Level IBM Corporation 1.3.1
================================================== ==========
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Hello,
it seems to me that you are using the APP driver. In this case you
have to use the driver-package supplied with the connected client.
Just try this or even better use the JCC driver, where you do not need
any client installation.

Joerg

st**********@hotmail.com (Steverino) wrote in message news:<39**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi,

I'm currently trying to learn DB2. I have the following version
below installed on my server machine on my little LAN. However when I
try to connect to it from my client machine, I receive the following
error:

[IBM][JDBC Driver]CLI0621E Unsupported JDBC server configuration.

Everything I've read on the net though pertains to a Unix based setup
with DB 7.x. I'm running the DB2 on a Windows 2K Server machine with
SP4. The client machine is Windows 2K Pro with SP4. From what I was
told before was the setting uses the thin JDBC Driver, which means
that clients do not have to have DB2 Client Software installed, no
client configuration is required, and all platforms are supported.
However, the DB2 Server MUST be running the DB2 JDBC server which the
services show that it is.

Can anybody help me figure this one out?

================================================== ==========
About DB2 Administration Tools Environment
================================================== ==========
DB2 administration tools level:
Product identifier SQL08013
Level identifier 02040106
Level DB2 v8.1.3.132
Build level s030728
PTF WR21324
================================================== ==========
Java development kit (JDK):
Level IBM Corporation 1.3.1
================================================== ==========

Nov 12 '05 #2

P: n/a
It sounds like you are intending to use the Type 3 ("net") driver. Make
sure the driver your application specifiies is
"COM.ibm.db2.jdbc.net.DB2Driver", and the URL your application specifies is
of the form "jdbc:db2://hostname:portnum/jdbc" (where "hostname" and
"portnum" are actual values, not literals).

Or, as Joerg suggests, you might want to try using the Universal driver
(a.k.a., the "JCC" or "Java Combined Client" driver). I'm sure you can find
it on the web site.
--
Larry Menard
IBM Workstation Database (DB2) Information Development, Samples Coordinator
Defender of Geese and of All Things Natural
"joerg" <jo**********@publica.de> wrote in message
news:47**************************@posting.google.c om...
Hello,
it seems to me that you are using the APP driver. In this case you
have to use the driver-package supplied with the connected client.
Just try this or even better use the JCC driver, where you do not need
any client installation.

Joerg

st**********@hotmail.com (Steverino) wrote in message

news:<39**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi,

I'm currently trying to learn DB2. I have the following version
below installed on my server machine on my little LAN. However when I
try to connect to it from my client machine, I receive the following
error:

[IBM][JDBC Driver]CLI0621E Unsupported JDBC server configuration.

Everything I've read on the net though pertains to a Unix based setup
with DB 7.x. I'm running the DB2 on a Windows 2K Server machine with
SP4. The client machine is Windows 2K Pro with SP4. From what I was
told before was the setting uses the thin JDBC Driver, which means
that clients do not have to have DB2 Client Software installed, no
client configuration is required, and all platforms are supported.
However, the DB2 Server MUST be running the DB2 JDBC server which the
services show that it is.

Can anybody help me figure this one out?

================================================== ==========
About DB2 Administration Tools Environment
================================================== ==========
DB2 administration tools level:
Product identifier SQL08013
Level identifier 02040106
Level DB2 v8.1.3.132
Build level s030728
PTF WR21324
================================================== ==========
Java development kit (JDK):
Level IBM Corporation 1.3.1
================================================== ==========

Nov 12 '05 #3

P: n/a
Make sure that you are using JDBC ver 2 on your server. The way IBM
packages DB2 you have to specifically run the 'usejdbc2' bat file on
your server. Then when you run DB2JSTRT it will use the right libraries.
I don't remember if WIN requires a reboot or you just need to stop and
start the appropriate DB2 services from the services panel. I have seen
this message trying to access a ver 7 DB2 (on AIX) with jdbc type 3
where the instance hadn't been set up for JDBC ver 2. If this doesn't
help a little more info on how your client application accesses the
database would help.

joerg wrote:
Hello,
it seems to me that you are using the APP driver. In this case you
have to use the driver-package supplied with the connected client.
Just try this or even better use the JCC driver, where you do not need
any client installation.

Joerg

st**********@hotmail.com (Steverino) wrote in message news:<39**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi,

I'm currently trying to learn DB2. I have the following version
below installed on my server machine on my little LAN. However when I
try to connect to it from my client machine, I receive the following
error:

[IBM][JDBC Driver]CLI0621E Unsupported JDBC server configuration.

Everything I've read on the net though pertains to a Unix based setup
with DB 7.x. I'm running the DB2 on a Windows 2K Server machine with
SP4. The client machine is Windows 2K Pro with SP4. From what I was
told before was the setting uses the thin JDBC Driver, which means
that clients do not have to have DB2 Client Software installed, no
client configuration is required, and all platforms are supported.
However, the DB2 Server MUST be running the DB2 JDBC server which the
services show that it is.

Can anybody help me figure this one out?

================================================ ============
About DB2 Administration Tools Environment
================================================ ============
DB2 administration tools level:
Product identifier SQL08013
Level identifier 02040106
Level DB2 v8.1.3.132
Build level s030728
PTF WR21324
================================================ ============
Java development kit (JDK):
Level IBM Corporation 1.3.1
================================================ ============


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