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Configuration Assistant in DB2 10.1

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Hi,

 When in DB2 95, I used to use DB2 Configuration Assistant to create and share the Database profiles and share them with other developers. With DB2 10.1, there is no DB2 Configuration Assistant.
How would i create and share the Database profiles using this version?
Please advise.
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by:Chris Morkel
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the Configuration Assistant to manage connections to databases; and IBM data .... product is installed using the /opt/IBM/db2/Version 10.1 default installation.
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Tomas Helgi Johannsson earned 500 total points
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Hi!

The Control Center tools have been discontinued as of version 10.1.
The recommended tools that perform similar task are listed in this link as well as this one.
For distribution of connections between developers you should use IBM Data Studio (free tool) where you can create, import and export connection configurations.
DataStudio is also a great tool for accessing and managing DB2 on LUW as well as Mainframe.

Regards,
     Tomas Helgi
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by:pvsbandi
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Sorry for the delay and thanks for your inputs!
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