Scripts in UDB

Donald Tipton

Scripts in UDB
We are using Control Center version 5.2 to create scripts to run against our UDB
version 5.0 database that resides on an AIX platform. If we use the smartguides
to create the scripts we are unable to view the contents of the script after it
has been created. The output from the script execution is also lacking
meaningful details. Has anyone found a way to view the contents of the scripts
when using the smartguides? IS there a way to get more detailed output when
executing the script?
Thanks
Don Tipton

Chris Hoch

Re: Scripts in UDB
(in response to Donald Tipton)
yes reboot your computer in safe mode and delete all the files relating to
your problem then reinstall them.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Donald Tipton [SMTP:[login to unmask email]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 1999 8:00 AM
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> Subject: Scripts in UDB
>
> We are using Control Center version 5.2 to create scripts to run against
> our UDB
> version 5.0 database that resides on an AIX platform. If we use the
> smartguides
> to create the scripts we are unable to view the contents of the script
> after it
> has been created. The output from the script execution is also lacking
> meaningful details. Has anyone found a way to view the contents of the
> scripts
> when using the smartguides? IS there a way to get more detailed output
> when
> executing the script?
> Thanks
> Don Tipton

Leon Katsnelson

Re: Scripts in UDB
(in response to Chris Hoch)
I recomend you take a look at the Control Center (and Script Center) in V6.1. I
think it has what you are looking for.

Leon Katsnelson, DB2 Connect Development Manager
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We are using Control Center version 5.2 to create scripts to run against our UDB
version 5.0 database that resides on an AIX platform. If we use the smartguides
to create the scripts we are unable to view the contents of the script after it
has been created. The output from the script execution is also lacking
meaningful details. Has anyone found a way to view the contents of the scripts
when using the smartguides? IS there a way to get more detailed output when
executing the script?
Thanks
Don Tipton

Centro de Computos

Re: Scripts in UDB
(in response to Leon Katsnelson)
Hi Don !
I had the same problem with a backup script some days ago, I received lots of suggestions from the list in order to solve the problem, and at last I solved it (in fact, it "solved" I don´t exactly know how or why...). I created the script using the SmartGuide, and I also couldn´t view the code of the script. I forward you the post I received with your Subject.
Good luck, HTH and "cross your fingers" :)

Regards

Daniel
Red Robe Wizard from Palanthus

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Asunto: Scripts in UDB

We are using Control Center version 5.2 to create scripts to run against our UDB
version 5.0 database that resides on an AIX platform. If we use the smartguides
to create the scripts we are unable to view the contents of the script after it
has been created. The output from the script execution is also lacking
meaningful details. Has anyone found a way to view the contents of the scripts
when using the smartguides? IS there a way to get more detailed output when
executing the script?
Thanks
Don Tipton