Remote DB2 Administration

Steven Mallett

Remote DB2 Administration
> Dear Listmembers,
>
> We are using DB2 Connect - Enterprise Edition, Version 5.2 on a Windows NT
> Server (Terminal Server Edition) platform. The NT Server is acting as a
> DB2 Gateway Server allowing DB2 CAE Version 5.2 Clients on a Windows NT
> Workstation platform to access DB2 on an OS/390 platform. Is there a way
> of administering DB2 connections on the Gateway Server from the Client
> PCs? For example, can we remotely view the details of the DB2 instance on
> the Gateway Server as we can from the Control Center on the Gateway
> Server? Can we remotely 'List Applications' or 'Force Applications' as we
> can on the Gateway Server?
>
> Mike.
> ________________________________________________________
> Michael Kitchen (Product DBoR Services, CABA Development)
> Telstra Corporation, 2/484 St Kilda Road (east side), Melbourne, 3004
> Telephone: +613 9865 8509 Fax: +613 9804 5368
> E-mail: [login to unmask email]
>
> sent on behalf of Mike,
> Steve Mallett
>



Mike Vaughan

Re: Remote DB2 Administration
(in response to Steven Mallett)
Using something like "pcANYWHERE" would allow you to sign onto the server
remotely and basically do anything you could do if you were sitting at the
server. Aside from that, you can also issue the list/force-applications
commands remotely from a command-line processor prompt, but you need to attach
to the server first using the "ATTACH" command ("DB2 ATTACH TO <node> USER
<userid> USING <password>").

Mike.
-----Original Message-----
From: Mallett, Steven [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Friday, January 07, 2000 1:10 AM
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Subject: Re: Remote DB2 Administration


> Dear Listmembers,
>
> We are using DB2 Connect - Enterprise Edition, Version 5.2 on a Windows NT
> Server (Terminal Server Edition) platform. The NT Server is acting as a
> DB2 Gateway Server allowing DB2 CAE Version 5.2 Clients on a Windows NT
> Workstation platform to access DB2 on an OS/390 platform. Is there a way
> of administering DB2 connections on the Gateway Server from the Client
> PCs? For example, can we remotely view the details of the DB2 instance on
> the Gateway Server as we can from the Control Center on the Gateway
> Server? Can we remotely 'List Applications' or 'Force Applications' as we
> can on the Gateway Server?
>
> Mike.
> ________________________________________________________
> Michael Kitchen (Product DBoR Services, CABA Development)
> Telstra Corporation, 2/484 St Kilda Road (east side), Melbourne, 3004
> Telephone: +613 9865 8509 Fax: +613 9804 5368
> E-mail: [login to unmask email]
>
> sent on behalf of Mike,
> Steve Mallett
>