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client licensing question

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I've got about a dozen new staff that need query access to an existing
database (db2 ese v9 on aix). They'll probably be using brio, and
aren't covered by my existing db2 licensing environment.

I'd prefer for them to use the db2 v9 client - since that provides a
richer environment in case we need to debug something, they want a
tool to explore the tables, etc, etc.

But I can't tell what the db2 client licensing requirements are. I've
spent about two hours sifting through ibm's web pages and still can't
find anything that makes a definitive statement here. Any help
regarding licensing of db2 runtime, db2 client is very much
appreciated!

Thanks,

ken

Sep 10 '07 #1
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On Sep 10, 7:45 pm, kenfar <ken...@gmail.comwrote:
I've got about a dozen new staff that need query access to an existing
database (db2 ese v9 on aix). They'll probably be using brio, and
aren't covered by my existing db2 licensing environment.

I'd prefer for them to use the db2 v9 client - since that provides a
richer environment in case we need to debug something, they want a
tool to explore the tables, etc, etc.

But I can't tell what the db2 client licensing requirements are. I've
spent about two hours sifting through ibm's web pages and still can't
find anything that makes a definitive statement here. Any help
regarding licensing of db2 runtime, db2 client is very much
appreciated!

Thanks,

ken
All of the DB2 clinets are free for unlimited use.

Sep 11 '07 #2

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