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hi,
I installed the trial version of the Websphere 3.5.
I don't see any driver installed for me to connect to the database. Where should I get one.
Regards
Laloo
 
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Originally posted by Laloo Yadav:
hi,
I installed the trial version of the Websphere 3.5.
I don't see any driver installed for me to connect to the database. Where should I get one.
Regards
Laloo



Ref :www.software.ibm.com/data/db2/db2tech/index.html
refer the REd books.
You have install DB2 or Oracle.
in oracle there is thin driver class111.zip
It's contain app/product/8.1.6/jdbc/lib
set OERACLE_HOME/DB2_HOME and WAS_HOME
Thanks
Pram Kumar
 
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