Mon, 16 May 1994 15:38:04 EDT

 


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When NDB came out as a component of VM TCP/IP, it was stated that read-write access to SQL/DS would be coming in the future. Should we still be waiting, or has that now "out of plan"? Looking at things like DRDA, DDCS, but NDB comes with that lovely generic C code (NDBCANCR.C) which I can compile on various platforms. -- Bob Shair shair@uiuc.edu Open Systems Specialist SHAIR@UIUCVMD (bitnet) Champaign, Illinois 217/356-2684



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When NDB came out as a component of VM TCP/IP, it was stated that read-write access to SQL/DS would be coming in the future. Should we still be waiting, or has that now "out of plan"? Looking at things like DRDA, DDCS, but NDB comes with that lovely generic C code (NDBCANCR.C) which I can compile on various platforms. -- Bob Shair shair@uiuc.edu Open Systems Specialist SHAIR@UIUCVMD (bitnet) Champaign, Illinois 217/356-2684



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Bob Shair <shair@UIUC.EDU> writes: > When NDB came out as a component of VM TCP/IP, it was stated that > read-write access to SQL/DS would be coming in the future. > > Should we still be waiting, or has that now "out of plan"? I would say that it's still in plan but I certainly do not have a date to give for it. If and when there is a full blown VM TCP/IP release it could certainly be made a part of that. You should see read/write DB2 access later this year as part of the next MVS release. Bill



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Bob Shair <shair@UIUC.EDU> writes: > When NDB came out as a component of VM TCP/IP, it was stated that > read-write access to SQL/DS would be coming in the future. > > Should we still be waiting, or has that now "out of plan"? I would say that it's still in plan but I certainly do not have a date to give for it. If and when there is a full blown VM TCP/IP release it could certainly be made a part of that. You should see read/write DB2 access later this year as part of the next MVS release. Bill






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