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AIX and HP-UX db2 v9 ese fixpacks and Control Center

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Hello, all.

I noted that when I install these fixpacks on a clean machine, there
are no any java graphical tools like db2cc, db2ce on this machine
after installation.
I have tried to install all types of installation: ese, client, rtcl.
Is it a feature or I have missed something?

Sincerely,
Mark Barinstein.

Oct 5 '07 #1
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On Oct 5, 9:42 am, 4.s...@mail.ru wrote:
Hello, all.

I noted that when I install these fixpacks on a clean machine, there
are no any java graphical tools like db2cc, db2ce on this machine
after installation.
I have tried to install all types of installation: ese, client, rtcl.
Is it a feature or I have missed something?

Sincerely,
Mark Barinstein.
Fixpacks are like patches, you install them over your original
software installation. You install some version of DB2 first. I think
you attempted to install a fixpack without installing any DB2.

This is what I infer from the question and I might be wrong in my
interpretation.

Oct 5 '07 #2

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Fixpacks are like patches, you install them over your original
software installation. You install some version of DB2 first. I think
you attempted to install a fixpack without installing any DB2.
Starting from v9 it's not true for Linux and Unix:
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...c/t0024957.htm
You can install fixpack as a new database product without prior
installing any DB2 product.

Oct 6 '07 #3

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4.****@mail.ru wrote:
Hello, all.

I noted that when I install these fixpacks on a clean machine, there
are no any java graphical tools like db2cc, db2ce on this machine
after installation.
I have tried to install all types of installation: ese, client, rtcl.
Is it a feature or I have missed something?
DB2 v9 no longer supports the graphical client tools on AIX, HP, Solaris, or
various forms of Linux. Only Windows/ia32, Windows/amd64, Linux/ia32 and
Linux/amd64 support these tools (and maybe Windows/ia64, I don't recall
offhand). You're encouraged to install the DB2 Client on your local
workstation (usually Windows or Linux) - it's a free download/install
anyway - and use that to administer your AIX and HP servers.
Oct 9 '07 #4

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