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01-01-1995, 02:00 AM
I have two AS/400, they have the same configuration. However, I can run a java application with JDBC from one machine and not the other. I get a SQLState(08001) -99999, requestor cannot make connection. I can find no errors on the AS/400. Authorities look fine. Servers are up. I can run applets, and application from this machine, but can't get JDBC to work. Any suggestions on where to look now? There's never time to do it right, but.....there's always time to do it over.
08-03-1998, 02:53 PM
There are two JDBC drivers from IBM--one in the Toolkit, written in Java, and the other on the AS/400, in compiled format (probably written in C or C++). The second one, called the native driver, only runs on an AS/400. The one in the Toolkit runs on any JVM. <font color="blue"> On Monday, August 03, 1998, 02:30 PM, Yvon Sauvageau wrote: You don't have to go this route with DB2/400 since it already has a JDBC driver available (From what I understand. I've been away from AS/400 development for a while). The applet (or application) downloads the driver from the server and registers it with Sun's JDBC driver manager, which acts as a translator between the JDBC API (understood by the application) and the JDBC driver API. This totally excludes ODBC from the picture.</font>
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