DB2 ESE and DB2 Connect installed concurrently

Jim Brown

DB2 ESE and DB2 Connect installed concurrently
Hi All!!



I have some questions concerning installing DB2 ESE v8.2 and
DB2 Connect EE v8.2 concurrently on the same Solaris server.

1) Is it necessary to install Connect with ESE, ie I was
under the impression that ESE provides much of the same functionality as
Connect

2) What, if any, additional functionality would be provided by having
both products installed and

3) What is the proper sequence to install both products?



Thanks in advance.



Jim



SunTrust Banks, Inc.

Suntrust Enterprise Information Services

Enterprise Architecture & Engineering

Database Administrator

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Leon Katsnelson

Re: DB2 ESE and DB2 Connect installed concurrently
(in response to Jim Brown)
There are 2 things that you need to think about:
product installation and
licensing

DB2 UDB ESE provides the same function that DB2 Connect servers provide but
this function is licensed for only 5 NAMED USERS. This number can not be
increased without a license for the real DB2 Connect product. From the
product install point of view, you can have one install perform dual
function i.e. have a DB2 UDB ESE instance act as a DB2 Connect instance as
well. I usually recommend that people do not do that. It is usually a
better idea to have a separate database instance and a DB2 Connect
instance. It provides for better isolation and easier problem
determination. You do not have to have DB2 Connect and DB2 UDB servers be
at the same level. If you still decide to go with using DB2 UDB ESE install
as your DB2 Connect then you do not have to install DB2 Connect. You just
need to have the DB2 Connect server CD and install the DB2 Connect license
file from this CD. You can install the license by using DB2 License Center
(invoke for the DB2 Control Center) or by using db2licm command. Once the
license is installed you will stop getting "you are not licensed" messages
in your db2diag.log.

If you do install both proiducts, the licensing is taken care of for you.

Leon Katsnelson








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Hi All!!

I have some questions concerning installing DB2 ESE v8.2 and
DB2 Connect EE v8.2 concurrently on the same Solaris server.
1) Is it necessary to install Connect with ESE, ie I was under
the impression that ESE provides much of the same functionality as
Connect
2) What, if any, additional functionality would be provided by having both
products installed and
3) What is the proper sequence to install both products?

Thanks in advance.

Jim

SunTrust Banks, Inc.
Suntrust Enterprise Information Services
Enterprise Architecture & Engineering
Database Administrator
Direct: (804) 553-9024 Network: 623-9024
Fax: (804) 261-9652 Cell: (757) 810-2896




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Jim Brown

Re: DB2 ESE and DB2 Connect installed concurrently
(in response to Leon Katsnelson)
Thanks Leon!!!

That's exactly what I was looking for.

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Subject: Re: DB2 ESE and DB2 Connect installed concurrently

There are 2 things that you need to think about:
product installation and
licensing

DB2 UDB ESE provides the same function that DB2 Connect servers provide
but
this function is licensed for only 5 NAMED USERS. This number can not be
increased without a license for the real DB2 Connect product. From the
product install point of view, you can have one install perform dual
function i.e. have a DB2 UDB ESE instance act as a DB2 Connect instance
as
well. I usually recommend that people do not do that. It is usually a
better idea to have a separate database instance and a DB2 Connect
instance. It provides for better isolation and easier problem
determination. You do not have to have DB2 Connect and DB2 UDB servers
be
at the same level. If you still decide to go with using DB2 UDB ESE
install
as your DB2 Connect then you do not have to install DB2 Connect. You
just
need to have the DB2 Connect server CD and install the DB2 Connect
license
file from this CD. You can install the license by using DB2 License
Center
(invoke for the DB2 Control Center) or by using db2licm command. Once
the
license is installed you will stop getting "you are not licensed"
messages
in your db2diag.log.

If you do install both proiducts, the licensing is taken care of for
you.

Leon Katsnelson








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I have some questions concerning installing DB2 ESE v8.2 and
DB2 Connect EE v8.2 concurrently on the same Solaris server.
1) Is it necessary to install Connect with ESE, ie I was
under
the impression that ESE provides much of the same functionality as
Connect
2) What, if any, additional functionality would be provided by having
both
products installed and
3) What is the proper sequence to install both products?

Thanks in advance.

Jim

SunTrust Banks, Inc.
Suntrust Enterprise Information Services
Enterprise Architecture & Engineering
Database Administrator
Direct: (804) 553-9024 Network: 623-9024
Fax: (804) 261-9652 Cell: (757) 810-2896




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