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How do I connect to a server 

How do I connect to a server 

How do I connect to a server 

I just installed the free version of DB2 on my PC. How do I find my server name, port, ID and password.
I'll be really helpful to me if someone answer my question. I've stick to it and it is very important for my blog (buydianaboluk.co.uk/)because it is in the starting stage and I want to grow it. How Can I connect to server? Should I go for Paid one? Please suggest.

RE: How do I connect to a server 

If you have the free DB2, then the database should be installed in your PC. Try starting DB2 and use the help. I am not sure how the local copy of DB2 acts relative to a server installation.

If you want to attach to a remote DB2, then the administrator of that DB2 database will need to provide you with server name and port, and will need to create a ID and password for you.

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