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DBCON table

How do you set up this table?

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2004 at 05:44 PM

    Use SM31 to maintain this table.

    CON_NAME - Connection name which identifies your connection. You can give any name up to 30 Charecter's. This name would be used in conjunction to "CONNECT TO <name>" command to make an actual connection to database.

    DBMS - Type of database you want to connect

    ORA Oracle

    INF Informix

    MSS Microsoft SQL Server

    DB2 DB2/MVS

    DB6 DB2/RS6000

    ADA ADABAS/D

    DB4 DB2/OS400

    USER_NAME - Database User name used by the connection

    PASSWORD - Database User Password

    CON_ENV - name that identifies the database instance

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2004 at 11:47 PM

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