• Subject: Re: Loading JDBC Drivers onto the AS/400
  • From: dawall@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 25 Mar 1999 09:57:56 -0600

Can you provide any additional information?  Where is your Java program
running?  If on an AS/400, is the data on the same AS/400?

Many companies provide JDBC drivers.  For the AS/400, IBM ships two -- one
that comes with the AS/400's JVM and one that comes with the AS/400 Toolbox
for Java.  The one that comes with the Toolbox is a "client/server" type of
driver.  It runs on a client that has a TCP/IP connection to the AS/400.
It uses existing servers on the AS/400 to access data.  Since it uses
existing servers, Java is not required on the AS/400.  Since the Toolbox is
pure Java, the client can be any machine with a JVM (OS/2, Win 95/98/NT,
AIX, Solaris, AS/400, ...).

David Wall
AS/400 Toolbox for Java

>>I was able to install the Toolkit and Development kit.  I was not able to
>>download the JDK 1.1.6 or the swing classes because we do not have
>>access and we do not have a zip drive for me to bring it into work from
>>I purchases my own Standard copy of Visual J++ 6.0 and that incorporated
>>zip file that I copied to my PC jt400.zip.

>>My problem is I started the JDBC driver on the AS400 with driver
>>like ->
>>com.ibm.db2.something            but my program uses
>>com.ibm.as400.access.JDBCDriverManager or something like that.  Am I
>>my time trying to make a connection using the com.ibm.as400 classes?  How
do I
>>get the com.ibm.db2 classes are they included in the swing classes or on
>>JDK that I downloaded but was unable to install?

>>Thank you, Dan Conte

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