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db2 connect 7.2 on Linux with OS400 V5R3

hi,
I have an 820 iseries on V5R1. I use DB2 connect V7.2 on a linux server.
This week I must migrate the 820 iseries toward an 620 i5 on V5R3. I would
to know if my DB2 connect V7.2 on linux will be compatible with V5R3 ????

Thanks for your help.

Pascal.

Nov 12 '05 #1
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Do you have the V5R3 machine yet? Can you try to create a test DB and
connect to it?

Also, you may check the lic program version of DB2 on V5R3. If the version
of DB2 on V5R3 is same as that on V5R1, you stand a very high chance to
connect to V5R3.

"Pascal PEYRE" <pe***@cir.fr> wrote in message
news:41**********************@news.free.fr...
hi,
I have an 820 iseries on V5R1. I use DB2 connect V7.2 on a linux server.
This week I must migrate the 820 iseries toward an 620 i5 on V5R3. I would to know if my DB2 connect V7.2 on linux will be compatible with V5R3 ????

Thanks for your help.

Pascal.

Nov 12 '05 #2
Thanks for the information.
I tested it some minutes ago and it works.
DB2 7.2 Connect works withe IBM OS400 V5R3

"Skyline" <????@????.com> a écrit dans le message de news:
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Do you have the V5R3 machine yet? Can you try to create a test DB and
connect to it?

Also, you may check the lic program version of DB2 on V5R3. If the
version
of DB2 on V5R3 is same as that on V5R1, you stand a very high chance to
connect to V5R3.

"Pascal PEYRE" <pe***@cir.fr> wrote in message
news:41**********************@news.free.fr...
hi,
I have an 820 iseries on V5R1. I use DB2 connect V7.2 on a linux server.
This week I must migrate the 820 iseries toward an 620 i5 on V5R3. I

would
to know if my DB2 connect V7.2 on linux will be compatible with V5R3 ????

Thanks for your help.

Pascal.


Nov 12 '05 #3

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