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What is the publication# for a full DB2 v8 Linux paper documentationset?

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aj
I'm looking to order a full paper-based (dead trees)
manual/doc set for DB2 v8 for Linux. I assume it
is all the books I see listed here:
http://www-306.ibm.com/cgi-bin/db2ww...bs.d2w/en_main

But when I call the IBM Publications center, they want
a publication#, or a catalog# or some bloody number
that uniquely identifies what I want.

I visited the IBM Publications web site, and I guess
what I want might be called a Bookshelf?

Can someone tell me what this # is that identifies a
full manual set for DB2 v8 for Linux, and is something
that the nice lady at IBM Publications center will
recognize?

TIA

aj

Nov 12 '05 #1
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aj wrote:
I'm looking to order a full paper-based (dead trees)
manual/doc set for DB2 v8 for Linux. I assume it
is all the books I see listed here:
http://www-306.ibm.com/cgi-bin/db2ww...bs.d2w/en_main
But when I call the IBM Publications center, they want
a publication#, or a catalog# or some bloody number
that uniquely identifies what I want.

I visited the IBM Publications web site, and I guess
what I want might be called a Bookshelf?

Can someone tell me what this # is that identifies a
full manual set for DB2 v8 for Linux, and is something
that the nice lady at IBM Publications center will
recognize?

TIA

aj

There is something called a lit pack or a doc pack that has all the
..pdf documentation printed out. I have not figured out how to order it,
but I know it is $100.

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Nov 12 '05 #2

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You need to order the DOC PACK (with the 7 character alphnumeric part
number) from the list below - likely Workgroup Edition or Enterprise
Server Edition:

Doc Packs

English BB06XNA
DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Unlimited Edition V8.1

Part
Program Name Number

Media Packs

English BB09ZNA

Doc Packs

English BB0A0NA
DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition V8.1
Part
Program Name Number

Media Packs

English BB0ABNA

Doc Packs

English BB0ADNA
DB2 Warehouse Manager V8.1
Part
Program Name Number

Media Packs

English BB09VNA

Doc Packs

English BB09WNA
DB2 Data Links Manager V8.1
Part
Program Name Number

Media Packs

English BB09TNA

Doc Packs

English BB09UNA
DB2 Spatial Extender V8.1
Part
Program Name Number

Media Packs

English BB09XNA
DB2 Net Search Extender V8.1
Part
Program Name Number

Media Packs

English BB09RNA
DB2 Personal Developer's Edition
Part
Program Name Number

Media Packs

English BB09PNA

Doc Packs

English BB09QNA
DB2 Universal Developer's Edition V8.1
Part
Program Name Number

Media Packs

English BB09LNA

Doc Packs

English BB09MNA

aj wrote:
I'm looking to order a full paper-based (dead trees)
manual/doc set for DB2 v8 for Linux. I assume it
is all the books I see listed here:
http://www-306.ibm.com/cgi-bin/db2ww...bs.d2w/en_main
But when I call the IBM Publications center, they want
a publication#, or a catalog# or some bloody number
that uniquely identifies what I want.

I visited the IBM Publications web site, and I guess
what I want might be called a Bookshelf?

Can someone tell me what this # is that identifies a
full manual set for DB2 v8 for Linux, and is something
that the nice lady at IBM Publications center will
recognize?

TIA

aj


Nov 12 '05 #3

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