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Port DB2 SQL Stored Procedure UDB v 8.1 from windows to linux

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Hi,

How to port DB2 SQL Stored Procedure UDB v 8.1 from windows to linux........

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DB2 v8.1 is running in both Windows and Linux.

Thanks in advance

Regards,

P.Hemanand.
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should'nt be a problem are you moving the actual database? (use DB2MOVE)

otherwise at most should just need to be re-compiled....

 

 
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