Matt

Do they use iSeries Access for terminal emulation? Then they probably have the product on their iSeries - take a look at /QIBM/ProdData/CA400 and keep digging - see if it's there.If the licensed product is installed, it's all there. Well, at least the ODBC driver and OLEDB providers are. If the Java Toolbox is installed, then there is the JDBC driver already present.

No distribution issues in those cases. The Toolbox can be installed from their own media that they got when they got the machine.

HTH
Vern

On 6/27/2011 1:40 PM, Matt Lavinder wrote:
We have a client and may need to provide them with a JDBC/ODBC driver for
connecting to our system. This is part of an application we are developing
for them.

What are the restrictions of redistributing the files necessary for creating
a data connection to the IBM i? I am having a hard time finding the terms
in the documentation.

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