SMPE for V7

john matthews

SMPE for V7
Now that the utilities are packaged separately from the base DB2, does it
make more sense to include the Utilities FMIDs in the same CSI as the base
DB2 or to use separate CSI? I had previously put the optional
FMIDs(ODBC,JDBC, etc.) in the same CSI as base DB2.

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cliff boley

Re: SMPE for V7
(in response to john matthews)
I toss all DB2 parts into one CSI with no problems, except, be careful with
products that use UNIX/HFS.
Not being use to that environment I've stomped on production files while
applying maintenance.
Old dogs can learn new trick, it just takes a while.

cliff:-)



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Now that the utilities are packaged separately from the base DB2, does it
make more sense to include the Utilities FMIDs in the same CSI as the base
DB2 or to use separate CSI? I had previously put the optional
FMIDs(ODBC,JDBC, etc.) in the same CSI as base DB2.
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