OSC use of subsystem connections in db2 connect

Richard Janni

OSC use of subsystem connections in db2 connect
I'm having a problem with the OSC version 1.1 fixpack 7. I uninstalled
the old version and installed the new. It did not automatically see the
subsystems that I have in DB2 connect. The old version did. And yet
when I try to add one, it won't let me use an existiing subsystem alias
name because it can see it. I have to install on 100 clients, and I don't
want to add the subsystems to each one. Anyone else have this
problem?

Thanks,
Rich

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David Simpson

Re: OSC use of subsystem connections in db2 connect
(in response to Richard Janni)
I also have this problem with fixpack 7. I believe it is a bug.

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Subject: [DB2-L] OSC use of subsystem connections in db2 connect

I'm having a problem with the OSC version 1.1 fixpack 7. I uninstalled
the old version and installed the new. It did not automatically see the
subsystems that I have in DB2 connect. The old version did. And yet
when I try to add one, it won't let me use an existiing subsystem alias
name because it can see it. I have to install on 100 clients, and I don't
want to add the subsystems to each one. Anyone else have this
problem?

Thanks,
Rich

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Philip Sevetson

Re: OSC use of subsystem connections in db2 connect
(in response to David Simpson)
Rich,
I, at least, can't help ya -- they don't let me install diddly on the machine I have, has to be done by a domain admin. I'd recommend hitting Glenn up to do an ETR to get a fast response, as I haven't seen a lot of discussion of configuring the OSC on this list.

Say hi to everybody, would ya?
--Phil Sevetson

-----Original Message-----
From: IDUG DB2-L [mailto:[login to unmask email] On Behalf Of Rich Janni
Sent: Wednesday, December 09, 2009 4:02 PM
To: [login to unmask email]
Subject: [DB2-L] OSC use of subsystem connections in db2 connect

I'm having a problem with the OSC version 1.1 fixpack 7. I uninstalled
the old version and installed the new. It did not automatically see the
subsystems that I have in DB2 connect. The old version did. And yet
when I try to add one, it won't let me use an existiing subsystem alias
name because it can see it. I have to install on 100 clients, and I don't
want to add the subsystems to each one. Anyone else have this
problem?

Thanks,
Rich

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