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Perl and DB2
There are a few modules that subclass it to provide additional facilities, but nothing that avoiuds it altogether. DB2 driver source from http: If on Windows platform, the make dpan will respectively be dmake or nmake based on using MingW or the VC compiler Refer section Architectural consideration for setting Environment variables for details on architectural considerations Root access may be required for the make install command With this the perl environment to access data in DB2 is ready.
PL dmake dmake test dmake vpan [download] One world, one people. Anything else is insanity. If your clients are requiring dh2 you connect to a database, then they have to allow you to use the appropriate drivers to connect to the database. I haven’t used DB2 in any capacity, but I’m thinking that Corion ‘s suggestion makes sense – install needed client before installing DBD:: In that case, perhaps it would be easier to do that then install the modules.
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Others studying the Monastery: The reason I say this is because it seems dv2 connecting to DB2 requires a bit more legwork than other databases. Any advice remember I am a novice on how to begin in order to connect to a DB2 database?
If there is, then installing that and using DBD:: You could format the output if you like. My company is using DB2.
Why do you want to write your program without it? I honestly do not know where to start.
Don’t look for work-arounds for imaginary problems. Try using active state Perl.
Setting cpaan the DBD:: PerlMonks somehow became entangled with The Perl Foundation. Download the latest perl for your respective platform from http: I have written this code using the DBI moduleHere is the code! Failed during this command: I have used it and pretty much things are available.
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More on DS Driver can be read at Infocentre If connecting to a database on local machine you will not need to install the DB2 client separately. If it is a question of getting root access, you can install the modules locally to your script, without changing the system’s Perl installation.
How can I install Perl modules without root privileges? DB2 module by issuing the following commands bit ppm install http: ODBC might work too. Installing DBI requires internet access so it can download additional files. This document provides step-by-step instructions to install the DBD::