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I have a series of queries in a coldfusion script that I originally used to create the tables in a SQLServer 2000 database. I now want to create the exact same set of tables in a DB2 data base on an AS400 machine. I would like you to look at each of the queries below and tell me what kind of syntax changes will need to be made to get the script to work with the DB2 databse or if it will work fine.
For those of you who aren't familiar with coldfusion, the SQL statements will be inbetween "<cfquery>" and "</cfquery>" like this:

<cfquery (tag attributes)>
SQL Statement goes here
</cfquery>

Here are the queries:
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<Cfquery name="CreateTable_CM_Instances" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
CREATE TABLE [CM_Instances] (
      [Instance_ID] [bigint] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
      [Description] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL ,
      [Support_Email] [varchar] (100) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL ,
      [IP_Address_external] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL ,
      [IP_Address_internal] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL ,
      [Domain_Name] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="CreateTable_CM_Gallery_Types" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
CREATE TABLE [CM_Gallery_Types] (
      [Gallery_Type_ID] [bigint] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
      [Description] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="CreateTable_CM_Languages" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
CREATE TABLE [CM_Languages] (
      [Language_ID] [bigint] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
      [Description] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="CreateTable_CM_Roles" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
CREATE TABLE [CM_Roles] (
      [Role_ID] [bigint] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
      [Description] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="CreateTable_CM_Users" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
CREATE TABLE [CM_Users] (
      [User_ID] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL ,
      [First_Name] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL ,
      [Last_Name] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL ,
      [Email_Address] [varchar] (100) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL ,
      [Password] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="CreateTable_CM_Galleries" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
CREATE TABLE [CM_Galleries] (
      [Gallery_ID] [bigint] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
      [Gallery_Type_ID] [bigint] NOT NULL ,
      [Description] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="CreateTable_CM_Languages_2_Instances" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
CREATE TABLE [CM_Languages_2_Instances] (
      [Instance_ID] [bigint] NOT NULL ,
      [Language_ID] [bigint] NOT NULL ,
      [Description] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="CreateTable_CM_Sections" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
CREATE TABLE [CM_Sections] (
      [Section_ID] [bigint] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
      [Description] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL ,
      [Nav_Flg] [bit] NOT NULL ,
      [Parent_Section_ID] [bigint] NULL ,
      [Instance_ID] [bigint] NOT NULL ,
      [Sort_Order] [int] NOT NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="CreateTable_CM_Users_2_Instances" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
CREATE TABLE [CM_Users_2_Instances] (
      [User_ID] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL ,
      [Instance_ID] [bigint] NOT NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="CreateTable_CM_Users_2_Roles" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
CREATE TABLE [CM_Users_2_Roles] (
      [User_ID] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL ,
      [Role_ID] [bigint] NOT NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="CreateTable_CM_Gallery_Items" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
CREATE TABLE [CM_Gallery_Items] (
      [Gallery_Item_ID] [bigint] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
      [Gallery_ID] [bigint] NOT NULL ,
      [Description] [varchar] (200) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL ,
      [File_Name_1] [varchar] (300) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL ,
      [File_Name_2] [varchar] (300) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="CreateTable_CM_PAGE_CONTENT" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
CREATE TABLE [CM_PAGE_CONTENT] (
      [Page_ID] [bigint] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
      [Section_ID] [bigint] NOT NULL ,
      [Description] [varchar] (50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL ,
      [Details] [varchar] (8000) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL ,
      [Content] [varchar] (8000) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL ,
      [Nav_Flg] [bit] NOT NULL ,
      [Gallery_ID] [bigint] NULL ,
      [Sort_Order] [int] NOT NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_PK_CM_Instances" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Instances] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [PK_CM_Instances] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED
      (
            [Instance_ID]
      )  ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_PK_CM_Gallery_Types" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Gallery_Types] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [PK_CM_Gallery_Types] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED
      (
            [Gallery_Type_ID]
      )  ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_PK_CM_Languages" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Languages] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [PK_CM_Languages] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED
      (
            [Language_ID]
      )  ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_PK_CM_Roles" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Roles] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [PK_CM_Roles] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED
      (
            [Role_ID]
      )  ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_PK_CM_Users" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Users] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [PK_CM_Users] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED
      (
            [User_ID]
      )  ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_PK_CM_Galleries" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Galleries] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [PK_CM_Galleries] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED
      (
            [Gallery_ID]
      )  ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_PK_CM_Languages_2_Instances" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Languages_2_Instances] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [PK_CM_Languages_2_Instances] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED
      (
            [Instance_ID],
            [Language_ID]
      )  ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_PK_CM_Sections" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Sections] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [PK_CM_Sections] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED
      (
            [Section_ID]
      )  ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_PK_CM_Users_2_Instances" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Users_2_Instances] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [PK_CM_Users_2_Instances] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED
      (
            [User_ID],
            [Instance_ID]
      )  ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_PK_CM_Users_2_Roles" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Users_2_Roles] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [PK_CM_Users_2_Roles] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED
      (
            [User_ID],
            [Role_ID]
      )  ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_PK_CM_Gallery_Items" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Gallery_Items] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [PK_CM_Gallery_Items] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED
      (
            [Gallery_Item_ID]
      )  ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_PK_CM_PAGE_CONTENT" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_PAGE_CONTENT] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [PK_CM_PAGE_CONTENT] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED
      (
            [Page_ID]
      )  ON [PRIMARY]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_DF_CM_Sections_Nav_Flg" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Sections] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [DF_CM_Sections_Nav_Flg] DEFAULT (1) FOR [Nav_Flg]
</cfquery>
<Cfquery name="CreateTables" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_PAGE_CONTENT] WITH NOCHECK ADD
      CONSTRAINT [DF_CM_PAGE_CONTENT_Nav_Flg] DEFAULT (1) FOR [Nav_Flg]
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_FK_CM_Galleries_CM_Gallery_Types" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Galleries] ADD
      CONSTRAINT [FK_CM_Galleries_CM_Gallery_Types] FOREIGN KEY
      (
            [Gallery_Type_ID]
      ) REFERENCES [CM_Gallery_Types] (
            [Gallery_Type_ID]
      )
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_FK_CM_Languages_2_Instances_CM_Languages" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Languages_2_Instances] ADD
      CONSTRAINT [FK_CM_Languages_2_Instances_CM_Instances] FOREIGN KEY
      (
            [Instance_ID]
      ) REFERENCES [CM_Instances] (
            [Instance_ID]
      ),
      CONSTRAINT [FK_CM_Languages_2_Instances_CM_Languages] FOREIGN KEY
      (
            [Language_ID]
      ) REFERENCES [CM_Languages] (
            [Language_ID]
      )
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_FK_CM_Sections_CM_Instances" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Sections] ADD
      CONSTRAINT [FK_CM_Sections_CM_Instances] FOREIGN KEY
      (
            [Instance_ID]
      ) REFERENCES [CM_Instances] (
            [Instance_ID]
      ),
      CONSTRAINT [FK_CM_Sections_CM_Sections] FOREIGN KEY
      (
            [Parent_Section_ID]
      ) REFERENCES [CM_Sections] (
            [Section_ID]
      )
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_FK_CM_Users_2_Instances_CM_Instances" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Users_2_Instances] ADD
      CONSTRAINT [FK_CM_Users_2_Instances_CM_Instances] FOREIGN KEY
      (
            [Instance_ID]
      ) REFERENCES [CM_Instances] (
            [Instance_ID]
      ),
      CONSTRAINT [FK_CM_Users_2_Instances_CM_Users] FOREIGN KEY
      (
            [User_ID]
      ) REFERENCES [CM_Users] (
            [User_ID]
      )
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_FK_CM_Users_2_Roles_CM_Roles" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Users_2_Roles] ADD
      CONSTRAINT [FK_CM_Users_2_Roles_CM_Roles] FOREIGN KEY
      (
            [Role_ID]
      ) REFERENCES [CM_Roles] (
            [Role_ID]
      ),
      CONSTRAINT [FK_CM_Users_2_Roles_CM_Users] FOREIGN KEY
      (
            [User_ID]
      ) REFERENCES [CM_Users] (
            [User_ID]
      )
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_FK_CM_Gallery_Items_CM_Galleries" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_Gallery_Items] ADD
      CONSTRAINT [FK_CM_Gallery_Items_CM_Galleries] FOREIGN KEY
      (
            [Gallery_ID]
      ) REFERENCES [CM_Galleries] (
            [Gallery_ID]
      )
</cfquery>

<Cfquery name="Create_FK_CM_PAGE_CONTENT_CM_Galleries" datasource="#Request.Datasource#">
ALTER TABLE [CM_PAGE_CONTENT] ADD
      CONSTRAINT [FK_CM_PAGE_CONTENT_CM_Galleries] FOREIGN KEY
      (
            [Gallery_ID]
      ) REFERENCES [CM_Galleries] (
            [Gallery_ID]
      ),
      CONSTRAINT [FK_CM_PAGE_CONTENT_CM_Sections] FOREIGN KEY
      (
            [Section_ID]
      ) REFERENCES [CM_Sections] (
            [Section_ID]
      )
</cfquery>

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Thanks,
Scott
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The only Issue I see is your collate statements - won't work in DB2.  However, you can script these tables from SQL server without the collation.  Just make sure the "only script 7.0 compatible features" box is checked in the options from the script objects form, along with the script keys and contraints. etc . . .

You should be able to run that script on db2 . . .

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ok I have removed the Collate statements. I am going to run this script at a clients location tommorrow so i won't be able to test it untill then. Please let me know if there is anything else you guys see. I have heard from someone else that I might have trouble with the long tablenames because the db2 database is on an AS/400 machine. I am going to be connecting to it from a windowsNT machine. do you have any input on that?

Thanks,
Scott

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Actually if your using ODBC to connect from a different machine and running the script in Cold Fusion . . . things should be a little easier.  The ODBC driver should take care of things like filenames, etc behind the scenes.  Let me know how it goes . . .
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ok thanks, I'll get back to you by friday
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Thanks it worked fine (once I got all my unexpected problems got worked out and I could finally try it). sorry it took so long..
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No worries Scott, glad things worked out! . . .
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