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George Peter
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what version of DB2 is compatible with WAS version 4 Advanced Edition
 
Jeanne Boyarsky
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George,
I don't see why it would matter to WAS what version of db2 you are using. You just need a jdbc jar from db2. Or you are you asking about something with embedded db2.
 
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Your applications just need the appropriate drivers for connecting to the database. If you've got that, any database really shouldn't be a problem.

I've certainly used 8.1 and 9 for managing sessions. I'm most confortable with 8.1.

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Jaffer Sadiq
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Hi,
Please check which db2 driver you are using....

like db2jcc ...
While using driver please have a glance of your java code ....

Thanks,
Jaffer
 
George Peter
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well i wanted to know "what version of DB2 is compatible with WAS version 4 Advanced Edition "

I think it is version 7.1

thanks
Peter
 
Jaffer Sadiq
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Hi All,

I have DB2 version 8.2 and IBM Websphere 5.2.2 but ... it is compatible... But have small issue on mod_mpmstat.so.... But everything is fine....

Thanks,
Jaffer
 
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