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Installing on DB2 (on iSeries)

 
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Hi,

Has anyone tried to install JForum on a DB2 database ?

If so, what settings need to be choosen ? Any changes required ?


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Nobodoy ...?
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r2504 wrote:Hi,

Has anyone tried to install JForum on a DB2 database ?

If so, what settings need to be choosen ? Any changes required ?



db2 on iSeries? Very rare enimal
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Serge Maslyukov wrote:db2 on iSeries? Very rare enimal



If it would be DB2 in general it would be fine as well.

Anyway, seems nobody is using it, so I'll see if I can make the necessary changes. I only need to find out where the SQL is stored (and that seems to be centralized fine) and spend some time on it (will be after my upcoming holidays I guess).
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Yep, db2 is not supported.

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Any plans on doing so ?
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