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Stefan Forner

Joined: Jun 20, 2001
Posts: 14
I want to connect to a DB2 OS/390 V6 database through DB2Connect V8. I get a connection, but in the ControlCenter I cannot see the tables. In the CommandCenter I can get the tables via a "Select-Statements". Also I can`t get the Tables in WSAD 5.0. So is there a problem with DB2 OS/390 V6 and DB2 Connect V8? Or do I make a mistake. I have the rights and the connection, but I can`t see the tables.
In WSAD I create a Data Connection, there I get the Connection with the
but I can`t see tables, views, etc. only the db.
Can anyone help me??
vincent spalding

Joined: Jun 15, 2005
Posts: 1
hey man did u ever find out why u couldnt view the tables?
I am in a similar situation.

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I guess .0001%
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Welcome to JavaRanch! As the original post was two years ago, I agree you are unlikely to get an answer from the original poster. However, the rest of us can help. Post some more details about the problem you are having.

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