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HADR and Type 4 Driver

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Does anyone have some java code for automatic client reroute using the Type
4 client with HADR? The Type 2 client supports this automatically with parms
in the database configuration, but it has to be done in the code for the
type 4 driver.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Mark,

DB2 UDB's V8.2 automatic client reroute is supported for both type-2 and
type-4 drivers. See

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...d/cjvclrrt.htm

There are some slight differences, but it basically works the same way.

Larry Edelstein

Mark A wrote:
Does anyone have some java code for automatic client reroute using the Type
4 client with HADR? The Type 2 client supports this automatically with parms
in the database configuration, but it has to be done in the code for the
type 4 driver.

Nov 12 '05 #2

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"Larry" <la***@nospam.net> wrote in message
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Mark,

DB2 UDB's V8.2 automatic client reroute is supported for both type-2 and
type-4 drivers. See

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...d/cjvclrrt.htm

There are some slight differences, but it basically works the same way.

Larry Edelstein

Mark A wrote:

Thanks Larry. Seems like the HADR/TSA No Shared Disk on Linux document might
need to be clarified a bit to point to the documentation. Here is what it
says:

"If using jcc type 4 clients, client reroute information will not be picked
up from the local db directory; applications need to be designed to store
and recover the alternate server information in a text file."
Nov 12 '05 #3

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That is one of the "slight differences" :-).

Larry E.

Mark A wrote:
"Larry" <la***@nospam.net> wrote in message
news:cq*****************@fe12.lga...
Mark,

DB2 UDB's V8.2 automatic client reroute is supported for both type-2 and
type-4 drivers. See

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...d/cjvclrrt.htm

There are some slight differences, but it basically works the same way.

Larry Edelstein

Mark A wrote:


Thanks Larry. Seems like the HADR/TSA No Shared Disk on Linux document might
need to be clarified a bit to point to the documentation. Here is what it
says:

"If using jcc type 4 clients, client reroute information will not be picked
up from the local db directory; applications need to be designed to store
and recover the alternate server information in a text file."

Nov 12 '05 #4

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