E1: DB: OS: How To Connect a UNIX Server to an AS400 DB2 Database Using JDBNET (Doc ID 640957.1)

Last updated on JULY 28, 2017

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

How to connect a UNIX Server to an AS400 Enterprise Server that has the RDBMS for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.  When using JDBNET to connect both server, the connection is not working.

For this example, the following will be used as server names to illustrate the issue, connection and datasources:

For UNIX Server:

UNIX Server: chsunix
Data Source: chsunix - B7333 Server Map
Library: SVMCHSUNIXE

The library called SVMCHSUNIXE holds tables F98611 (Data Source Master) and F986101 (Object Configuration Manager) as defined in the chsunix - B7333 Server Map, System - B7333 and test400 - B7333 Server Map Data Sources.


For AS400 Enterprise Server:

AS400 Server: test400
Data Source: test400 - B7333 Server Map
Library: SVM7333

Library List (machine name): test400
Connection: to the IBM/DB2 database on AS400 Server test400 via libjdbnet.so dll
JDBNET connects to test400


Library SVM7333 holds tables F98611 and F986101 as defined in the test400 - B7333 Server Map, System - B7333 and test400 - B7333 Server Map Data Sources.
Library List (machine name): test400 connects to the DB2 database on test400 via DBDR DLL. 

***Takes incoming JDBNET request and uses SVM7333.F98611 and SVM7333.F986101 to find the chsunix - B7333 Server Map definitions to connect to the SVMCHSUNIXE.F98611 and SVMCHSUNIXE.F986101. 

Solution

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