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How to identify the specific DB2 version installed in a system and restore a db to that.

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Hi All,

Now I have some other question.
Our application installs DB2 Express Edition C V9.0 and then restores
the master database.
But there are other lower versions of DB2 in the client systems
already installed.
DB2 Express C is getting installed into it but the problem comes while
restoring the database.
Its throwing exceptions.

-- Our plan is to identify Express C command prompt and restore the db
through it.
We have identified the specific folder that contains DB2 Express C --
CLP exe file but its name will not be specific for all the systems
depending on the number of other versions in it.

Cud u give help me in this issue????/\

Thanq,
Dutt....................

Sep 14 '07 #1
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On Sep 14, 2:12 pm, Dutt <Mr.D...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi All,

Now I have some other question.
Our application installs DB2 Express Edition C V9.0 and then restores
the master database.
But there are other lower versions of DB2 in the client systems
already installed.
DB2 Express C is getting installed into it but the problem comes while
restoring the database.
Its throwing exceptions.

-- Our plan is to identify Express C command prompt and restore the db
through it.
We have identified the specific folder that contains DB2 Express C --
CLP exe file but its name will not be specific for all the systems
depending on the number of other versions in it.

Cud u give help me in this issue????/\

Thanq,
Dutt....................
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If you are on Linux, use db2ls -a command to identify the versions
installed.

deogirikar.
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Sep 19 '07 #2

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