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Can we create a sample database on the app dev client

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Hi,

I have app dev client installed on my machine.

Can we create the sample database using db2sampl.

I was able to create database using the 'Create Database' command.

But I am not able to create Sample database using db2sampl.

Is db2sampl only executable on the server.

Is it not executable on the client,

Let me know.
Nov 18 '08 #1
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On Nov 18, 6:21*pm, kirthi.amu...@gmail.com wrote:
Hi,

I have app dev client installed on my machine.

Can we create the sample database using db2sampl.

I was able to create database using the 'Create Database' command.

But I am not able to create Sample database using db2sampl.

Is db2sampl only executable on the server.

Is it not executable on the client,

Let me know.
Until you get a better answer, try to attach to the instance:

db2 attach to <instnameuser <usernameusing <password>
db2sampl
Nov 18 '08 #2

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<ki***********@gmail.comwrote in message
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Hi,

I have app dev client installed on my machine.

Can we create the sample database using db2sampl.

I was able to create database using the 'Create Database' command.

But I am not able to create Sample database using db2sampl.

Is db2sampl only executable on the server.

Is it not executable on the client,

Let me know.
When you say that you created a database, you mean (I hope) that you created
a database on server from the client.

db2sampl is not a db2 command. It is an executable program (which is not
part of the DB2 engine) that resides on the server at must be executed on
the server. If you have Linux or UNIX you can telnet or ssh to the server
and execute the command there. If you have Windows, you can use Remote
Desktop Connection to the server and execute the program.
Nov 19 '08 #3

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