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DB2 jdbc driver 6.2 on linux red Hat 7.2 it doesn't Work with Iplanet web server 6.0

 
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My System is Linux Red Hat 7.2 Code Name ENIGMA.
I have a db2 Client 6.2 for linux that catalog e Data Base in another DB server.
I have a Iplanet Web Seerver 6.0 sp2.
I have a Java Servlet that used a DB2 jdbc Layer 3.
When i Try to connect to a database by a jdbc the output log say "No Suitable Driver".
I have a db2 istance environment, db2java.zip, db2runtime.zip, sqlj.zip seted in a
/etc/profile. I put a db2java.zip file in a Web Server's LIB directory, following the schema
of Application Deployment Structure Directory.
The same servlet work fine with tomcat 4.0....very strange this things no!!??.
The same servlet Work fine on Windows 2000 Professional with same version of web server and
db2 client, and with tomcat.
Can i Run My Servlet on linux with iplanet web server??
Thanks for the time that you spend for me.
Bye.
 
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"smokerz",
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