|Oracle® Database Gateway for DRDA User's Guide
11g Release 2 (11.2)
|PDF · Mobi · ePub|
The Oracle Database Gateway for DRDA provides users with transparent access to DB2.
This guide is intended for anyone responsible for installing, configuring, and administering the gateway, and also for application developers.
Read this guide if you are responsible for writing applications that access DRDA databases through the gateway.
You must understand the fundamentals of Oracle Database Gateway and the operating system you are working on before using this guide to install or administer the gateway.
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The following typographic conventions are used in this guide:
||Monospace type indicates commands, directory names, user names, path names, and file names.|
|italics||Italic type indicates variables, including variable portions of file names. It is also used for emphasis and for book titles.|
|UPPERCASE||Uppercase letters indicate Structured Query Language (SQL) reserved words, initialization parameters, and environment variables.|
|Bold||Bold type indicates screen names and fields.|
|SQL*Plus prompts||The SQL*Plus prompt, SQL>, appears in SQL statement and SQL*Plus command examples. Enter your response at the prompt. Do not enter the text of the prompt, "SQL>", in your response.|
The SQL*Plus prompt,
SQL>, appears in SQL statements and SQL*Plus command examples. Enter your response at the prompt. Do not enter the text of the prompt, "
SQL>", in your response.
Storage measurements use the following abbreviations:
KB, for kilobyte, which equals 1,024 bytes
MB, for megabyte, which equals 1,048,576 bytes
GB, for gigabyte, which equals 1,073,741,824 bytes