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Q: How can I create an empty IBM DB2 Eco database?
A: Normally you need an empty database as a container for storing EcoSpace. Delphi 2005 provides a CD-ROM, which includes the IBM DB2 UDB Developer Edition. You can use Control Center (which can be found in IBM DB2 General Administrator Tool). In control Center, you can use a tree view to view systems, DB2 instances, and databases. Use the wizard to create a new database, which provides you with a 7-step wizard that simply specifies the name of the new empty database (some similar to eco2asp).
The SQL DDL used to create the database looks like this:
CREATE DATABASE ECO2 on c:using codeset
IBM-1252 Territory US COLLATE USING SYSTEM;
Note: After you create an empty IBM DB2 UDB ECO2 database, you need to switch to Data Explorer and add a new DB2 Connection to the ECO2 database. Make sure that you have specified the correct database name (ECO2), and that you need to specify the correct username and password to connect to the database.
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