nmake and Stored Procedure Builder 
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 nmake and Stored Procedure Builder
I'm trying to run Stored Procedure Builder using the SQL wizard, but
when electing to build my selection it bombs out saying that the command
nmake is not found.

This file is not present on my system, so the message is correct.

System is DB2 7.1 with fix pack 1, NT4 with sp6a.

The question is, do I need to load some other software - eg. C or C++ -
or am I completly missing the point. I see no mention of this in the
documentation.

Thanks in advance.

Ray Harrison

Silverstone Systems Ltd




Sun, 06 Jul 2003 05:02:16 GMT
 nmake and Stored Procedure Builder



Quote:
> I'm trying to run Stored Procedure Builder using the SQL wizard, but
> when electing to build my selection it bombs out saying that the command
> nmake is not found.

> This file is not present on my system, so the message is correct.

> System is DB2 7.1 with fix pack 1, NT4 with sp6a.

> The question is, do I need to load some other software - eg. C or C++ -
> or am I completly missing the point. I see no mention of this in the
> documentation.

> Thanks in advance.

> Ray Harrison

> Silverstone Systems Ltd



Hi,

You do need a C compiler. It's described in the Application Builder
Guide but I also saw something about it in the Release Notes.

Hope this helps



Sun, 06 Jul 2003 05:29:44 GMT
 
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